Aflatoxins are toxic and carcinogenic. They are metabolites of the fungi Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus. There are four principle types of aflatoxin: B1, B2, G1 and G2, which are named for their respective innate fluorescent properties. Aflatoxins can be found mainly in cereals, nuts, cottonseed and human blood.
|Sample Type||Grain, nuts, cottonseed and feed|
|Methodology||Indirect competitive enzyme-labeled immunoassay.|
|Storage||The kits should be stored at a dry place away from the sunlight and the storage temperature is 2-8˚C. DO NOT FREEZE!|
|Shelf life||The validity for this kit is 12 months|
|Lead time||Shipped within 5-12 working days.|
|Cross Reactivity||Aflatoxin B2 ---107%|
Aflatoxin B1 ---100%
Aflatoxin G1 ---77%
|Result Interpretation||Analyze the result by using the software|
|Limit of detection||Peanut, feed, edible oil, corn and other grains……………1.05ppb|
Provided Materials and Reagent:
|Antigen coated plate||12 x 8 wells|
|6 vials of Standard||1mL each|
|AFT Enzyme Conjugate||6mL|
|AFT Antibody Solution||6mL|
|Concentrated Wash Buffer (10X)||40mL|
|Plate Cover Sheet||2|
Note: The concentrations of the standard are 0ppb, 0.035ppb, 0.09ppb, 0.22ppb, 0.55ppb and 1.35ppb.
Materials Required But Not Provided:
---- Microwell plate Reader (450nm/630nm)
---- Balance (sensibility: 0.01g)
---- Separating funnel
---- Centrifuge tube (10mL, 50mL)
---- Micropipette: Single channel pipet (10µL-100µL, 100µL-1000µL)
Multi-channel pipet (300µL)
---- Deionized water
---- Concentrated sulfuric acid (18 mol/L)
Note: The pictures shown are sample product pictures.
For the actual product, please check Provided Materials and Reagent or consult the sales manager.