QSight® 210 MD Screening System


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Due to advancements in treatments of lysosomal storage disorders  and the subsequently increasing demand for newborn screening of these disorders, we are proud to release the NeoLSD™ MSMS Kit, the first commercial mass spectrometry based IVD kit for newborn screening of up to six lysosomal storage disorders from a single blood spot punch. The analysis of the enzymatic activity is intended as an aid in screening newborns for the following lysosomal storage disorders respectively; Gaucher Disease, Niemann-Pick A/B Disease, Pompe Disease, Krabbe Disease, Fabry Disease, and MPS I Disease.

The NeoLSD MSMS kit enables running up to 500 tests per instrument per day. In addition, the NeoLSD™ kit provides you a wide analytical range, leading to potentially lower false positive rates, less costs associated with repeat enzyme activity tests and unnecessary molecular confirmatory testing. 

Product number: 3093-0010 3093-0020 3093-001U
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Benefits of the assay

Screen for up to six LSDs from a single DBS punch and single incubation You can screen for the most commonly occured LSDs from a single DBS punch, saving time, human resources, and consumables
Wide dynamic range MSMS provides you a wide dynamic range, enabling better separation of affected and non-affected individuals, leading to less false positives less costs and subsequent parent anxiety
High sample sample volume per day With a run time of two minutes per sample, you can achieve a throughput that meets the demand of newborn screening
NeoLSD™ MSMS Kit may not be available in all countries, such as Canada. Please check availability with your local PerkinElmer representative. NeoLSD™ MSMS Kit is not available on the QSight 210 MD Screening System in the US and Canada

Kit includes everything for effective newborn screening of Lysosomal storage disorders

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