Tropical diseases encompass a range of illnesses that are prevalent in tropical and subtropical regions around the globe. A subset of pathogens in this group, Neglected Tropical Diseases, primarily affect impoverished communities and has required a global effort in the attempt to control these diseases. Many tropical diseases are caused by vector-borne pathogens such as parasites, viruses, and bacteria. These pathogens often have complex life cycles or animal reservoirs which complicate public-health efforts. One of these pathogens, Malaria, is caused by the parasite Plasmodium sp., a mosquito-borne disease that has a global impact including in the United States.

Entamoeba histolytica

Capture: E164 (clone ENTH-0504)
Detection: E165 (clone ENTH-7620)

Giardia lamblia

Capture: G151 (clone GIAR-4849)
Detection: G152 (clone GIAR-6208)

Plasmodium sp.
(Causative agent of Malaria)

Plasmodium sp., pan-LDH

Capture: P507 (clone PLAS-5967)
Detection: P506 (clone PLAS-0349)

Plasmodium falciparum, HRP-2

Capture: P508 (clone PFAL-7871)
Detection: P509 (clone PFAL-8611)

Capture: P511 (clone PFAL-3182)
Detection: P508 (clone PFAL-7871)

Capture: P510 (clone PFAL-2440)
Detection: P508 (clone PFAL-7871)

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