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Polycheck Serum Diagnostics

Innovative and reliable since 1999


certified by TV Rheinland
EN ISO 13485:2012
EN ISO 13485:2012/AC:2012

Catalog
2016

About Polycheck
Polycheck is a brand of Biocheck GmbH. It stands for a
platform technology to facilitate multiparameter testing
in human and veterinarian medicine. Quantitative screening of different parameters can be processed in one test
approach. The user-friendly Biocheck Imaging Software
evaluates the tests precisely. Result documentation can be
printed in numerous languages and stored in a central LIS,
including the raw data image.

Short Facts
Produced in: Germany
Established: 1999
Distribution into countries: 28
Product of: Biocheck GmbH
EN ISO 13485:2012/AC:2012
GDMN Code: 30278
EDMA Code: 12 02 01 05

POLYCHECK Product Lines


Panels for human and veterinarian serum diagnostics
Test Kits for human serum diagnostics are available to test for allergies as well as autoimmune
disorders. Variants of allergens or antigens can
include: different numbers of targets to evaluate
allergic responses in the field of inhalation, food,
pediatrics, insects and other challenges. Additionally regionally specialized panels are offered

Allergy

as well as panels intended to test the response to


components and recombinant allergens. Concerning autoimmune disorders the panels are suitable
for general screenings as well as organ related
autoaggression. In the field of veterinary diagnostics the panels are customized for dogs, cats and
horses with their characteristic problems.

Autoimmune

Veterinary

Manual Testing

Automated Testing

Inexpensive and easy

High-throughput and comfortable

With Polycheck all you need is standard laboratory equipment for testing and a PC with flatbed
scanner for analysis. Polycheck is the ideal

The fully automated system is geared to large


laboratories doing a high volume of testing. The
automated Polycheck solution allows you to run

system for any size laboratory.

up to 36 tests in one approach within a 3.5 hour


time frame and finish with clear, easy to interpret
documentation. The software identifies the panels and gives quantitative results. Subsequently it
saves and archives the data which can be printed
and/or transferred as needed.

A User-Friendly Testing System


for Reliable Diagnostics
Polycheck is an innovative product for Allergy and Autoimmune Tests
with many advantages for nowadays test systems. More and more laboratories all
over the world are using it and it can easily get started too.

1.

Taking a Blood Sample


A simple procedure that doctors and medical staff can
easily perform. Unlike the Prick-Test this procedure
does not directly expose the patien
quently it is safe
even for children under six as it is not interfering w

2.

Pipetting Serum

3.

Serum is applied onto cassettes carrying


membranes with different allergen composition or antigens. For up to 30 allergens
only 200 l volume is needed for testing
which is highly sufficient and economic.

Incubating Allergens
At this stage it is important to follow the protocol concerning
incubation times and conditions. There is a wide variety of different
regional allergen compositions available.

4.

Proceeding the Assay

5.

The membranes have to be washed


thoroughly several times according to the
protocol. Special reagents are used for
Allergy, Autoimmune and Veterinary tests,
respectively ending with the final precipitation of AP-related substrate conversion
reflecting the severeness of the disease.

 Evaluating & Analyzing the Results


With the help of the Biocheck Imaging Software and a flatbed
scanner it is simple to analyze the results, store, transfer and/
or produce an easy-to-read printout.

For high throughput testing we offer a fully


automated solution including the imaging
analysis.

Biocheck Imaging Software


One-for-all-Software
Our One-for-all-Software offers automatic panel-recognition by colour and identifiers. It offers you an easy and quick
test approach documented either digitally or on printouts.
For the interpretation of the testing-results a flatbed scanner or a CCD camera is needed. Correct panel recognition is
crucial for reliable test results. For this purpose it is important to use one of our recommended scanner models.
Here are the most important advantages:
> Imaging by scanner or CCD camera
> Data storage locally or exportable (LIS)
> Printout of results, personal comments can be
added before printing and saving
> Standardized system control check for choice
> Plotting standard curve for each cassette possible
> Currently 12 different languages

Download Our
Software for Free
www.polycheck.de

What you need for the test:


Polycheck Kit:
Available from our distributors
Standard Lab Equipment:
Rocking Shaker, Pipettes,
Timer, Refrigerator
IT Equipment:
Personal Computer (Win 7 or
higher, Net Framework 3.5),
Printer & Flatbed Scanner
Biocheck Imaging Software:
Free Download on Our Website
> www.polycheck.de

Any questions about


technical requirements?
Christopher Welling
Technical Support
+49 | 251 | 93 25 75 93
welling@polycheck.de

Results Documentation
This is what the printout looks like!

Standard
Lines

Any questions about


autoimmune panels?
Eugenia Acmeneva
Dipl.-Chem.-Ing.
+49 | 251 | 93 25 75 93
acmeneva@polycheck.de

Any questions about


allergy panels?
Antje Bondzio
Certified Biologist
+49 | 251 | 28 09 632
bondzio@polycheck.de

Any questions about


veterinary panels?
Ute Borchard
Dr. med. vet.
+49 | 251 | 28 09 634
borchard@polycheck.de

Quick and easy


Polycheck offers a test-system
suitable for every kind of laboratory

Polycheck
Products

These are your benefits:


> Approach up to 30 targets in one test
> Use only 200 l of serum
> Choose automatic or manual procedure
> For QC assess INSTAND e.V. and UK NEQAS
> Add up to 12 cassettes to one MTP holder
> Rely on ready-to-use reagents
> Use your standard lab equipment
> Save time and use full automation

The benefits of our


25 different allergy panels:

The benefits of our


seven autoimmune panels:

The benefits of our


three veterinary panels:

> H
 ighly specific determination using monoclonal antibody specifically against IgE
> Minimal serum needed
(only 200l for
up to 30 allergens)
> Total IgE validation
> CCD Marker
> Native and recombinant
allergen preparations
> Control serum samples
available

> D
 etermination of
Autoimmune-specific IgG
or IgA in serum
> Only 15 l serum for up to
18 targets
> Testing for IgA insufficiency
> Native and recombinant
antigen preparations
> Control serum upon request

> D
 etermination of species
specific IgE by use of
monoclonal antibodies
> M
 inimal serum needed (only
200 l for up to 20 allergens)
> P
 anels with species related
allergens
> C
 ontrol serum upon request
> S
 upport for source and
protocol of hyposensitization
available

Inhalation Panels

Food Panels

Inhalation 20-I

Inhalation 10-I

Food 20-I

t03

Birch pollen

t03

Birch pollen

f17

Hazelnut

t02

Alder pollen

t02

Alder pollen

f13

Peanut

t04

Hazel pollen

t04

Hazel pollen

f16

Walnut

t07

White Oak pollen

t07

White Oak pollen

f20

Almond

g06

Timothy Grass pollen

f14

Olive pollen

f02

Milk

g12

Rye pollen

g06

Timothy Grass pollen

f01

Egg White

w06

Mugwort pollen

g12

Rye pollen

f75

Egg Yolk

w09

Plantain pollen

w01

Ragweed pollen

f78

Casein

d01

D. pteronyssinus

w06

Mugwort pollen

f35

Potato

d02

D. farinae

w09

Plantain pollen

f85

Celery

e02/e05

Dog epithelia

Carrot

e01

Cat epithelia

Inhalation 10-II

f31
f25

Tomato

e03

Horse epithelia

d01

D. pteronyssinus

f03

Codfish

e06

Guinea Pig epithelia

d02

D. farinae

f24

Shrimp

e84

Hamster epithelia

e02/e05

Dog epithelia

f95

Peach

e82

Rabbit epithelia

e01

Cat epithelia

f49

Apple

m03

Aspergillus fumigatus

e03

Horse epithelia

f14

Soybean

m02

Cladosporium herbarum

e81

Sheep epithelia

f04

Wheat flour

m01

Penicillium notatum

m03

Aspergillus fumigatus

f10

Sesame

m06

Alternaria alternata

m02

Cladosporium herbarum

f05

Rye flour

m01

Penicillium notatum

m06

Alternaria alternata

Inhalation 30-I

Food 10-III

t23

Cypress pollen

Milk

Hazel pollen

Inhalation 10-III

f02

t04

f01

Egg White

t15

White Ash pollen

t03

Birch pollen

f75

Egg Yolk

t07

White Oak pollen

gx7

6 Grass Mix 1

f78

Casein

f14

Olive pollen

g12

Rye pollen

f14

Soya

t03

Birch pollen

w06

Mugwort pollen

f09

Rice

g12

Rye pollen

d01

D. pteronyssinus

f93

Cacao (Chocolate)

g14

Cultivated Oat

d02

D. farinae

f49

Apple

g08

June Grass pollen

e02/e05

Dog epithelia

f31

Carrot

g06

Timothy Grass pollen

e01

Cat epithelia

fx10

Flour Mix4

g15

Cultivated Wheat pollen

ex78

Feathers Mix 2

g03

Cocksfoot pollen

g02

Bermuda Grass pollen

m02/m06 Cladosporium Herbarum /


Alternaria Alternata Mix

f13

Peanut

w09

Plantain pollen

f10

Sesame

w10

Goosefoot pollen

f26

Pork meat

w21

Wall Pellitory pollen

f83

Chicken meat

w01

Ragweed pollen

f27

Beef meat

w06

Mugwort pollen

f03

Codfish

e01

Cat epithelia

fx29

Citrus Mix3

e02/e05

Dog epithelia

f85

Celery

e03

Horse epithelia

f95

Peach

m06

Alternaria alternata

f25

Tomato

m03

Aspergillus fumigatus

m05

Candida

d201

Blomia tropicalis

d01

D. pteronyssinus

d02

D. farina

k82

Latex

i06

Cockroach

k202

CCD

Food 10-IV

Mixed Panels

Allergy Panels

Food 30-I

Paediatric 20-I

Atopic 20-I

f25

Tomato

f13

Peanut

f02

Milk

f96

Avocado

f02

Milk

f78

Casein

f92

Banana

f01

Egg White

f76

Alpha-Lactalbumine

fx29

Citrus Mix3

f75

Egg Yolk

f77

Beta-Lactoglobuline

f84

Kiwi

f35

Potato

e204

Bovine serum albumin

f13

Peanut

f31

Carrot

f01/f75

Egg White / Egg Yolk Mix

f17

Hazelnut

f03

Codfish

f09

Rice

f12

Pea

f49

Apple

f14

Soybean

f14

Soybean

f14

Soybean

f92

Banana

f85

Celery

f04

Wheat flour

f26

Pork meat

f27

Beef meat

t03

Birch pollen

f27

Beef meat

f83

Chicken meat

g06

Timothy Grass pollen

f83

Chicken meat

f26

Pork meat

w06

Mugwort pollen

fx10

Flour Mix 4

f207

Clam Shell

d01

D. pteronyssinus

f45

Bakers Yeast

f24

Shrimp

d02

D. farinae

d01/d02

D.pteronyssinus/D.farinae Mix

f23

Crab

e02/e05

Dog epithelia

f40

Tuna, Yellowfin

e01

Cat epithelia

m02/m06 Cladosporium herbarum /


Alternaria alternata Mix

f03

Codfish

e03

Horse epithelia

t03/t07

Birch pollen / Oak pollen Mix

f47

Garlic

m03

Aspergillus fumigatus

t02/t04

Alder pollen / Hazel pollen Mix

f48

Onion

m02

Cladosporium herbarum

gx7

6 Grass Mix 1

f45

Bakers Yeast

Total IgE

f10

Sesame

Atopic 30-I

tIgE

f09

Rice

f02

Milk

Atopic 30-II

f08

Corn

f76

Alpha-Laktalbumin

f85

Celery

f04

Wheat flour

f77

Beta-Laktoglobulin

f14

Soybean

f76

Alpha-Lactalbumine

f78

Casein

f13

Peanut

f77

Beta-Lactoglobuline

f01

Egg White

f12

Pea

f78

Casein

f75

Egg Yolk

f96

Avocado

f01

Egg White

f03

Codfish

f26

Pork Meat

k202

CCD

f13

Peanut

f04

Wheat flour

f93

Cacao

f24

Shrimp

f14

Soybean

f03

Codfish

f49

Apple

f84

Kiwi

f31

Carrot

f02

Milk

f25

Tomato

f01

Egg White

fx10

Flour Mix4

t03

Birch pollen

f83

Chicken Meat

f14

Olive pollen

fx29

Citrus Mix3

t07

White Oak pollen

f09

Rice

t11

London Plane pollen

gx7

6 Grass Mix 1

t23

Cypress pollen

g12

Rye pollen

g15

Cultivated Wheat pollen

e02/e05

Dog epithelia

g06

Timothy Grass pollen

e01

Cat epithelia

w01

Ragweed pollen

m02

Cladosp. herbarum

w21

Wall Pellitory pollen

m06

Alternaria alternata

w06

Mugwort pollen

m03

Aspergillus fumigatus

e01

Cat epithelia

d01

D. pteronyssinus

e02/e05

Dog epithelia

d02

D. farinae

m03

Aspergillus fumigatus

t04

Hazel pollen

m06

Alternaria alternata

t03

Birch pollen

i06

Cockroach

w06

Mugwort pollen

d01

D. pteronyssinus

k202

CCD

d02

D. farina

k202

CCD

Regional Panels

Korea Standard 20

Korea Inhalation 20

Korea Food 20

f14

Soybean

w07

Oxeye Daisy pollen

f11

Buckwheat flour

f02

Milk

g09

Redtop pollen

f13

Peanut

f01

Egg White

t61

Sycamore pollen

f93

Cacao (Chocolate)

f23

Crab

w11

Russian Thistle pollen

f81

Cheese, Cheddar

f24/f440

Shrimp Mix 5

t17

Japanese Cedar pollen

f60

Mackerel

f95

Peach

t215

Lilac pollen

f25

Tomato

h01

House Dust

tx251

Ash Mix 7

f35

Potato

d01

D. pteronyssinus

t19

Acacia pollen

f40

Tuna, Yellowfin

d02

D. farinae

t04

Hazel pollen

f03

Codfish

ix267

Cockroach Mix 6

w14

Pigweed pollen

f41

Salmon, Atlantic

e02/e05

Dog epithelia

g04

Meadow Fescue pollen

f26

Pork meat

e01

Cat epithelia

g02

Bermuda Grass pollen

f83

Chicken meat

m06

Alternaria tenuis

g03

Cocksfoot pollen

f27

Beef meat

t02/t03

Alder pollen / Birch pollen Mix

w12

Goldenrod pollen

fx29

Citrus Mix3

t07

White Oak pollen

w08

Dandalion pollen

f45

Bakers Yeast

w01

Ragweed pollen

k82

Latex

f04

Wheat flour

w06

Mugwort pollen

m03

Aspergillus fumigatus

f09

Rice

g06

Timothy Grass pollen

m02

Cladosporium herbarum

f06

Barley flour

g12

Rye pollen

m01

Penicillium notatum

f47

Garlic

tIgE

Total IgE

d72

Tyrophagus putrescentiae

f299

Sweet Chestnut

Korea Standard 30

Korea Inhalation 30

Korea Food 30

f14

Soybean

w07

Oxeye Daisy pollen

f93

Cacao (Chocolate)

f02

Milk

g09

Redtop pollen

f81

Cheddar

f01

Egg White

t61

Sycamore pollen

f25

Tomato

f23

Crab

w11

Russian Thistle pollen

f40

Tuna, Yellowfin

f24/f440

Shrimp Mix5

t215

Lilac pollen

f03

Codfish

f95

Peach

t15

Ash Mix7

f41

Salmon, Atlantic

h01

House Dust

t19

Acacia pollen

f26

Pork meat

d01

D. pteronyssinus

w14

Pigweed pollen

f83

Chicken meat

d02

D. farinae

g04

Meadow Fescue pollen

f27

Beef meat

i06

Cockroach Mix 6

g02

Bermuda Grass pollen

fx29

Citrus Mix3

e02/e05

Dog epithelia

g03

Cocksfoot pollen

f45

Bakers Yeast

e01

Cat epithelia

w12

Goldenrod pollen

f04

Wheat flour

m06

Alternaria alternata

w08

Dandelion pollen

f09

Rice

t02/t03

Alder pollen / Birch pollen Mix

k82

Latex

f06

Barley flour

t07

White Oak pollen

t17

Japanese Cedar pollen

f47

Garlic

w01

Ragweed pollen

d61

Tetranychus urticae

f299

Sweet Chestnut

w06

Mugwort pollen

t04

Hazel pollen

f48

Onion

g06

Timothy Grass pollen

t16

Pine pollen

f346

Abalone

g12

Rye pollen

m09

Fusarium moniliforme

f259

Grapes

i01

Bee Venom

d70

Acarus siro

f207

Clam

w22

Japanese Hop pollen

m01

Penicillium notatum

f49

Apple

m03

Aspergillus fumigatus

t05

Beech pollen

f281

Curry

m02

Cladosporium herbarum

t14

Cottonwood pollen

f216

Cabbage

f60

Mackerel

t08

Elm pollen

f313

Anchovy

f11

Buckwheat flour

m05

Candida albicans

f35

Potato

f13

Peanut

t12

Willow pollen

f244

Cucumber

i81

Pupa

g08

Kentucky Blue Grass pollen

f92/f91

Banana / Mango Mix

d72

Tyrophgus putrescentiae

e81

Sheep epithelia

f84

Kiwi

k202

CCD

g07

Read pollen

f37

Mussel

tIgE

Total IgE

g01

Sweet Vernal Grass pollen

f290

Oyster

Special Panels

Mediterranean 20-I

Insects / CCD 6

d01

D. pteronyssinus

i01

Bee venom

d02

D. farinae

i03

Wasp venom

d71

Lepidoglyphus destructor

i75

Hornet venom

d72

Tyrophagus prutescentiae

i71

Mosquito

e01

Cat epithelia

i7x

Black Fly

e02/e05

Dog epithelia

k202

CCD

e04

Cow epithelia

e85

Chicken feathers

Milk plus Gluten 6

g12

Rye pollen

f02

Milk

g13

Velvet Grass pollen

f76

Alpha-Lactalbumine

g21

Quack Grass pollen

f77

Beta-Lactoglobuline

g202

Maize pollen

f78

Casein

gx7

Grass Mix8

e204

Bovine Serum Albumin

w01

Ragweed pollen

f79

Gluten

w06

Mugwort pollen

w21

Wall Pellitory pollen

rBet v1/v2 plus 20

w204

Sunflower pollen

t14

Cottonwood pollen

t19

Acacia longifolia pollen

t23

Cypress pollen

Mediterranean 20-II

t03

Birch pollen

t215

rBet v1

t216

rBet v2

t02

Alder pollen

t04

Hazel pollen

g06

Timothy Grass pollen

t02

Alder pollen

w06

Mugwort pollen

t03

Birch pollen

d01

D. pteronyssinus

t04

Hazel pollen

k82

Latex

t05

Beech pollen

f17

Hazelnut

t07

White Oak pollen

f13

Peanut

t09

Olive pollen

f85

Celery

t12

Willow pollen

f31

Carrot

t16

Pine pollen

f25

Tomato

m01

Penicillium notatum

f95

Peach

m02

Cladosporium herbarum

f49

Apple

m03

Aspergillus fumigatus

f14

Soybean

m06

Alternaria alternata

f04

Wheat flour

m11

Rhizopus nigricans

f46

Red Pepper

gx7

Grass Mix8

fx29

Citrus Mix3

h01

House Dust

i01

Bee venom

Drugs 10

i03

Wasp venom

e81

Sheep epithelia

w06

Mugwort pollen

w07

Oxeye Daisy pollen

c01

Penicillin G

c02

Penicillin V

c05

Ampicillin

c06

Amoxycillin

c58

Sulfamethoxazol

c55

Cephalosporin

c118

Ofloxacin

c07

Cefaclor

c59

Tetracyclin

c61

Erythromycin

Allergy Panels

Allergen Mix Explanation


1 6

Grass Mix
g03 / g04 / g05 / g06 / g08 / g13
Cocksfoot pollen, Meadow Fescue
pollen, Rye Grass pollen, Timothy Grass
pollen, Kentucky Blue Grass pollen,
Velvet Grass pollen

2 Feathers

Mix
e70 / e85 / e86 / e89 Feathers of
Goose, Chicken, Duck & Turkey

3 Citrus

Mix
f208 / f306 / f33 / f302 Lemon, Lime,
Orange & Mandarin

4 Flour

Mix
f04 / f05 / f06 / f07 Wheat, Rye, Barley
& Oat (flours that contain Gluten)

Shrimp Mix
f24 / f440 Atlantic & Pacific Shrimps

6 Cockroach

Mix
i6 / 206 / i207 Blatella germanica,
Periplaneta americana, Blatta orientalis

7 Ash

Mix
t25 / t15 / tx European, Black, Oregon
& White Ash

8 Grass

Mix
g2 / g5 / g6 Bermuda Grass pollen,
Rye Grass pollen, Timothy Grass pollen

Autoimmune Panels

Veterinary Panels

Autoimmune Std

Autoimmune Std X

Canis 20

01

Ro/SS-A 60

01

Ro/SS-A 52

01

D. farinae

02

La/SS-B

02

La/SS-B

02

D. pteronyssinus

03

Scl-70

03

CENP-B

03

Malassezia

04

PM/Scl 100

04

Scl-70

04

Lepidoglyphus

05

Sm

05

dsDNA

05

Aspergillus / Penicillium

06

PCNA

06

Jo-1

06

Alternaria / Cladosporium

07

dsDNA

07

MPO

07

Ragweed (Ambrosia) pollen

08

Rib. Phosphopr. Po

08

PR3

08

Birch / Alder / Hazel pollen

09

CENP-B

09

AMA M2

09

10

AMA M2

10

LC 1

Plantane / Willow / Poplar


pollen

11

PR3

11

LKM1

10

Wall Pellitory pollen

12

MPO

12

PM/Scl-100

11

Rye pollen

13

TPO

13

SRP 54

12

6 Grass Mix1

14

Thyroglobulin (TG)

14

SP 100

13

Stinging Nettle pollen

Rheuma

15

gp 210

14

Lambs Quarter pollen

16

Ku

15

Plantain pollen

01

Ro/SS-A 52

17

Sm

16

Mugwort pollen

02

Jo-1

18

U1-snRNP

17

Sorrel pollen

03

Sm

Acarus siro

04

CENP-B

Celiac-I IgG

18
19

Tyrophagus

05

La/SS-B

01

deam. Gliadin IgG

20

Flea (Ctenoceph.)

06

Histone

02

tTG IgG

07

PM/Scl 100

03

Intrinsic Factor

Felis 20

08

Rib. Phosphopr. Po

D. farinae

dsDNA

Celiac-II IgA

01

09

02

D. pteronyssinus

10

Scl-70

01

deam. Gliadin IgA

03

Malassezia

11

U1-snRNP

02

tTG IgA

04

Lepidoglyphus

12

Ro/SS-A 60

Myositis

05

Aspergillus / Penicillium

06

Alternaria / Cladosporium

01

Mi-2

07

Ragweed (Ambrosia) pollen

Liver / Kidney
01

AMA M2

02

PM/Scl 100

08

Birch / Alder / Hazel pollen

02

SP 100

03

Jo-1

09

03

gp 210

04

SRP 54

Plantane / Willow / Poplar


pollen

04

LKM 1

05

PL-7

10

Wall Pellitory pollen

05

LC 1

06

PL-12

11

Rye pollen

06

CENP-B

07

Ku

12

6 Grass Mix1

07

GBM

13

Stinging Nettle pollen

08

PR3

14

Lambs Quarter pollen

09

MPO

15

Plantain pollen

10

SLA/LP

16

Mugwort pollen

17

Sorrel pollen

18

Acarus siro

19

Tyrophagus

20

Flea (Ctenoceph.)

For Your Notes

Equus 20
01

D. farinae

02

D. pteronyssinus

03

Lepidoglyphus

04

Aspergillus / Penicillium

05

Thermoact. / Micropolyspora

06

Ragweed (Ambrosia) pollen

07

Birch / Alder / Hazel pollen

08

Plantane / Willow / Poplar


pollen

09

Rye pollen

12

6 Grass Mix1

11

Plantain pollen

12

Mugwort pollen

13

Rape pollen

14

Horse Fly (Tabanus)

15

Biting Midges (Culicoidesnub.)

16

Mosquito

17

Black Fly (Simulium eq.)

18

Stable Fly (Stomoxys cal.)

19

Acarus siro

20

Tyrophagus

Allergen Mix Explanation


1 6

Grass Mix
Cocksfoot pollen, Meadow Fescue
pollen, Rye Grass pollen, Timothy Grass
pollen, Kentucky Blue Grass pollen,
Velvet Grass pollen

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