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trioplex

CDC Trioplex for Detection of Zika, Dengue and Chikungunya Viruses in One Clinical Sample

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Featured CDC Technology

photo depicts and Aedes species mosquito

Photo credit James Gathany, CDC

CDC Trioplex Real-Time RT-PCR Assay for Detection and Differentiation of Zika,
Dengue, & Chikungunya Virus Infections in One Clinical Sample

  • CDC researchers developed a diagnostic assay for the detection and
    differentiation of Zika, chikungunya and dengue viruses
  • Currently, there is no multiplex PCR assay on the market that can detect and differentiate Zika, dengue and chikungunya in one test
  • There is no FDA-approved chikungunya test on the market and current Zika and dengue tests must be run separately

Previously Featured CDC Technology

photo depicts an Aedes species mosquito

Photo depicts an Aedes species mosquito

CDC Mosquito Trap for Control and Surveillance of Aedes Mosquitoes Including
Carriers of Zika, Dengue, Yellow Fever, Chikungunya and Other Viruses

  • CDC researchers developed the autocidal gravid ovitrap (AGO) device that targets older female mosquitoes looking for a place to lay eggs
  • CDC and the Puerto Rico Department of Health are implementing large-scale installation of AGO traps throughout several communities to reduce mosquito populations and the viruses they spread after successful field trials
  • Traps can be used for surveillance and control of Aedes aegypti and Ae. albopictus mosquitoes
  • Page last reviewed: October 11, 2017
  • Page last updated: April 5, 2016
  • Content source:
    • Office of the Associate Director for Science
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