Rapid cassette self-test for the detection of Strep A antigens

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Rapid cassette self-test for the detection of Strep A antigens


This is a rapid immunochromatographic test designed for the qualitative detection of specific Streptococcus A antigens. The test can be conducted at home and is suitable for both adults and children above 2 years of age. It is performed using a throat swab sample.

Streptococcus ß-hemolyticus from group A, also known as Streptococcus pyogenes, is a bacterium that can cause various health issues. These include conditions such as sore throat (pharyngitis), skin infections like impetigo and erysipelas, as well as more serious complications like acute glomerulonephritis, sepsis, and rheumatic heart disease. It’s important to note that sore throats are typically caused by viruses, but bacterial infections, like those caused by Streptococcus pyogenes, may require antibiotic treatment.


The high accuracy of this test allows for reliable results obtained in just 5 minutes!

Product intended for self-testing.



  • Sample material: throat swab
  • Painless collection of the test sample
  • Fast results in as little as 5 minutes
  • Very high specificity (99%) and sensitivity (91.89%) of the test
  • Single-packaging
  • High product quality
  • Intended for self-monitoring
  • Packaging includes a test cassette, sterile swab, spatula, sample collection tube, 2 vials of solution R1 and R2, and usage instructions.


Indications for test execution:

  • Severe sore throat: If a person experiences intense throat pain, especially with difficulty swallowing, testing for the presence of Streptococcus pyogenes may be recommended.
  • Fever: High fever, especially when accompanied by other symptoms of throat infection, may warrant testing.
  • White spots on the tonsils: The presence of white spots on the tonsils, particularly if accompanied by other symptoms of throat infection, may indicate the need for a Strep A test.
  • Rash: In the case of Streptococcus pyogenes infection, characteristic skin symptoms such as impetigo or erysipelas may occur. In the presence of a rash, testing for Strep A may be considered.
  • Contact history: If an individual has had contact with someone confirmed to have a Streptococcus pyogenes infection, there is a higher risk of infection, which may justify testing.
  • Recurrent throat infections: If a person has a history of recurrent throat infections, especially if previous cases were caused by Streptococcus pyogenes, testing for the presence of this bacterium may be advisable.