IVD Refers to Medical Mevices and Tests
Antibodies and antigens are important raw materials for in vitro diagnostics (IVD) industry. GBB biological platform can be applied to the field of IVD to achieve rapid, stable and high-yield expression of antibodies.
The International Virus Taxonomy (IVD) is a system of classification used to classify viruses. It is used by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) to classify viruses into different groups according to their biological and structural characteristics. The IVD is based on the Baltimore classification system and is updated periodically to include newly discovered viruses. The IVD is divided into seven orders, which are further divided into families, genera, and species. The classification system is important for understanding the diversity of viruses and their relationship to each other.
GBB biological platform can be used to develop recombinant antibodies, which can be used in clinical diagnosis and disease prevention. The platform provides a cost-effective and efficient method for producing antibodies for IVD applications. This platform can be used to produce various kinds of antibodies, including monoclonal antibodies, polyclonal antibodies, humanized antibodies and chimeric antibodies. Furthermore, it can also be used to produce antigens for IVD applications. In addition, the platform can be used to produce recombinant proteins and immunological reagents for IVD applications. With the help of GBB biological platform, the IVD industry can produce more efficient and cost-effective products.
IVD stands for In Vitro Diagnostics, which refers to medical devices and tests used to detect diseases, infections, and other medical conditions in samples of blood, urine, tissue, or other bodily fluids outside the body (in vitro) without the need for invasive procedures.
IVD tests can help healthcare professionals diagnose, monitor, and manage diseases and conditions. They can also be used to screen individuals for specific health conditions, detect the presence of infectious agents, or assess the efficacy of treatments.
Examples of IVDs include blood glucose monitors, pregnancy tests, infectious disease tests, genetic tests, and cancer biomarker tests. These devices and tests can provide critical information to help doctors make accurate diagnoses, determine appropriate treatment plans, and monitor the progression of diseases over time.