EnLite Neonatal TREC Instrument

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The first commercially available solution for SCID screening

PerkinElmer is proud to introduce the first commercial T-cell Receptor Excision Circle (TREC) screening assay. The assay is part of a complete system for the effective and safe screening of Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID). 

The EnLite™ Neonatal TREC Kit is an in vitro diagnostic device intended for the semi-quantitative determination of TREC (T-cell receptor excision circle) DNA in blood specimens dried on filter paper. The test is used in conjunction with the VICTOR™ EnLite Instrument and is an important aid in screening newborns for severe combined immunodeficiency disorder (SCID).

Why choose PerkinElmer for SCID screening?

We cover every process stage from DBS cards to software
Ready-to-use reagents and devices from one supplier no need to custom build
Effective training and support included in every system delivery
QUALITY ABOVE ALL Manufactured according to GMP and quality standards
The first SCID screening solution to receive marketing authorization in the US
Improved sample integrity and a wide range quality control tools
Product may not be available in all countries. Please check availability with your local PerkinElmer representative
Optimized products for best results

Dedicated software

With EnLite Workstation software, you can interpret and report results effectively. One look and you see the results of your SCID screening program. The EnLite workstation software can be run independently or linked up with Specimen Gate® for full integration of the EnLite TREC system into your existing screening programs.

  • Worksheet view of results

    User friendly software provides color coding of results to facilitate easy identification variants. Visual flags, comments and color coded abnormalities. Also view TREC or Beta-actin calibration curves. Results can be exported for further use.
  • Plate view of results

    Easy to interpret plate view with ability to view and comment results in alternative formats.
  • Quality control

    Graphical view of data with automated quality control flagging. View various chart formats (LJ plot day-to-day variance, grid view and histogram)
  • Audit trail

    A detailed history of all user actions
When performance matter
EnLite  Neonatal TREC system

Excellent sensitivity and
specificity with our screening kits

For Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID)

EnLite Neonatal TREC kit

The EnLite™ Neonatal TREC Kit is an in vitro diagnostic device intended for the semi-quantitative determination of TREC (T-cell receptor excision circle) DNA in blood specimens dried on filter paper. The test is used in conjunction with the VICTOR™ EnLite Instrument and is an important aid in screening newborns for severe combined immunodeficiency disorder (SCID). - View kit

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