Bacterial antigens

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Helicobacter pylori

Helicobacter pylori is a genus of non-spore forming bacteria. It is associated with gastritis and is a common cause of peptic ulcers.

NF130801 strain: 43504, in glycine buffer  

$100/mg

NF130802 strain: 43503, in glycine buffer  

$100/mg

NF131001 strain: 43504, antigen extract in H2O  

$100/mg

NF131002 strain: 43503, antigen extract in H2O  

$100/mg

Legionella pneumophila

This bacteria is the main causative agent in Legionnaire’s disease. Symptoms of Legionnaire’s include high fever, acute flu-like symptoms, and pneumonia.

NF1108 strain: ATCC Numbers 33152, 33154, 33155, 33156, 33215, 33216, in glycine buffer  

$100/mg

NF110903 strain: ATCC Numbers 33153, heat extracted, in phosphate buffered saline  

$100/ml

NF110908 strain: ATCC Numbers 33152, heat extracted, in phosphate buffered saline  

$100/ml

Chlamydia trachomatis

Chlamydia trachomatis is one of three species of chlamydia. It can cause interstitial pneumonia, various genital diseases and conjunctivitis. The LGV strain is responsible for Lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV), which is primarily an infection of the lymph nodes near the site of infection.

NF2009 purified elementary bodies, LGV type II, in phosphate buffered saline

$100/mg