EnLite Neonatal TREC Instrument

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).

Manufactured according to good manufacturing practice (GMP), the screening kit includes ready-to-use reagents, as well as control and calibrator materials supplied in DBS format to make them as closely representative of newborn screening specimens as possible. 

This test is not intended for use as a diagnostic test or screening protocol for SCID-like syndromes such as DiGeorge Syndrome or Omenn Syndrome, nor for the screening of less acute SCID syndromes such as leaky-SCID or variant SCID


Product number: 3401-0010, 4 x 96 reactions (ROW) | 3401-001U, 4 x 96 reactions (USA) 3402-0010, 1 x 384 reactions (ROW) | 3402-001U,1 x 384 reactions (USA) 3403-0010, 3 x 384 reactions (ROW) | 3403-001U, 3 x 384 reactions (USA)
EnLite Neonatal TREC kit

Complete system for safe and effective SCID screening

Good manufacturing practice (GMP) Our expert network helps to set-up the system and supports during routine
CE Marked and authorized in USA Safe and effective in its intended use
Four steps to results: Punching, Elution, Amplification, Measurements No separate DNA extracion or transfer steps
Ready-to-use reagents All reagents are included in the kit and ready to use. The wholes system ordered from the same source
Decreased risk of contamination Manufacturing of calibrators and controls is challenging and may cause DNA contamination
Tools for quality controlling Lot-specific quality certificate with each kit
Product may not be available in all countries. Please check availability with your local PerkinElmer representative.

One potential screening algorithm for SCID screening

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