MOR/MET/THC/AMP/MDMA/MTD/COC/TCA/BAR/BZO, up to 15 kinds of Drug Tests
Format: Strip, Cassette, Cup,and Panel
AMP INTENDED USE
The AMP Gold Rapid Screen Test is a qualitative competitive binding
immunoassay for determination of Amphetamine in urine.
AMP SUMMARY AND EXPLANATION OF THE TEST
The Amp Gold Rapid Screen Test is a fast and easy to read
immunoassay with no need for instrument. The method employs a
unique combination of monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies to
specifically identify Amphetamine (Amp) in urine with a high degree
of sensitivity. Amphetamine and the structurally related “designer”
drugs are sympathominetic amine whose biological effects include
potent central nervous system stimulation, anorectic, hypothermic,
and cardiovascular properties. They are usually taken orally,
intravenously, or by smoking. Amphetamines are readily absorbed
from the gastrointestinal tract and are then, either deactivated by
the liver or excreted unchanged in the urine with a half-life of
about 12 hours. It can be detected in the urine for 1- 2 days after
use. Amphetamine is metabolized to deaminated (hippuric and benzoic
acids) and hydroxylated metabolites. Methamphetamine is partially
metabolized to amphetamine and its major active metabolite.
Amphetamines increase the heart rate and blood pressure and
suppress the appetite. Some studies indicate that heavy abuse may
result in permanent damage to certain essential nerve structures in
the brain. Amphetamine is controlled substances. GC/MS or
immunoassay method has been developed for the determination of
1000ng/ml for Amphetamine as set by the National Institute on Drug
The Amp Gold Rapid Screen Test is a chromatographic absorbent
device in which drug or drug metabolites in a sample compete with
drug antigen immobilized on a porous membrane support for limited
antibody sites. Labeled antibody-dye conjugate mixes with sample
specimen and binds to the free drug presented in sample forming an
antibody-antigen complex. This complex prevents the formation of
pink color bands in the test zone immobilized antigen conjugate
when the drug is presented in the sample urine above the detection
levels (1000ng/ml for Amphetamine). Unbound dye conjugate binds to
the reagent in the control zone and produces a pink-rose color
band, demonstrating that the reagents and device are functioning
A negative specimen produces two distinct color bands, one for the
control in the “C” zone and one for Amphetamine in the “T” zone.
AMP REAGENTS AND MATERIALS PROVIDED
1. Test Device A pouched cassette contains a single test for
2. Dropper A transfer pipette seal in foil pouch together with test
3. Operating Instructio MATERIALS REQUIRED BUT NOT PROVIDED
AMP MATERIALS REQUIRED BUT NOT PROVIDED
- Clock or Timer
- A container for specimen collection
AMP WARNING AND PRECAUTIONS
- For in vitro diagnostic use only.
- Do not use kit beyond the expiration date.
- Urine specimens may be infectious; properly handle and dispose of
all used reaction devices in biohazard container.
The kits should be stored at temperature 4-30°C the sealed pouch
for the duration of the shelf life (18months).
AMP SAMPLE COLLECTION AND PREPARATION
Collect a fresh urine sample in a clean, dry container, either
plastic or glass, without any preservatives. Urine specimens may be
refrigerated (2-8°C) and stored up to 48 hours before testing.
Urine samples exhibiting visible precipitates should be filtered,
centrifuged or allowed to settle. Use only clear aliquots for
AMP ASSAY PROCEDURE
- Bring the urine sample and test components to room temperature if
- When ready to test, open the pouch at the notch and remove the test
device. Place the test device on a clean, flat surface.
- Fill the urine dropper with specimen. Holding the dropper
vertically, dispense 2-3 drops (about 50-80ml) of urine without air
bubble into the sample well.
- Read the result in 5-10 minutes.
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