1. Home
  2. >
  3. Applications & Technologies
  4. >
  5. Integrated Solutions for Influenza Research, Detection, and Analysis
  6. >
  7. Research Tools for Influenza Confirmation & Analysis

Research Tools for Influenza Confirmation & Analysis

Life Technologies understands that surveillance includes downstream applications that go beyond just detecting the influenza virus. After detecting the presence of influenza in respiratory samples using real-time PCR, results should be confirmed by sequencing the positive samples. Sequencing of the full viral genome is useful to determine if any genetic drift or novel mutations (“reassortment”) have occurred. We supply the tools, reagents, and support necessary to help further characterize influenza viruses identified during detection, and offer support for whole-genome sequencing, resequencing, and antiviral resistance determination testing.

Experimental Workflow: Find the Products You Need for Every Step.

Click the arrows above to view products

Related Products in Antiviral Resistance Testing

 
NA-Star
  NA-Star® Influenza Neuraminidase Inhibitor Resistance Detection Kit

The NA-Star® Influenza Neuraminidase Inhibitor Resistance Detection Kit includes everything you need to quantitate neuraminidase activity and neuraminidase inhibitor resistance in avian, equine, human (types A and B), and porcine influenza viruses.

 
NA-Fluor
  NA-Fluor™ Influenza Neuraminidase Assay Kit

The NA-Fluor™ Influenza Neuraminidase Assay Kit provides a standardized protocol and validated reagents for conducting neuraminidase enzyme assays, including neuraminidase inhibitor susceptibility screening using the fluorescent MUNANA substrate.

 
NA-XTD
  NA-XTD™ Influenza Neuraminidase Assay Kit

The NA-XTD™ Influenza Neuraminidase Assay Kit is a next-generation chemiluminescence-based assay that provides a longer signal read-out compared to the first-generation NA-Star® Influenza Neuraminidase Inhibitor Resistance Detection Kit. The NA-XTD™ kit includes detection reagents and microplates, eliminating the need for luminometers equipped with a reagent injector and improving ease-of-use.