A nucleic acid test report from the past life, your nucleic acid test report came from this


In response to the need for epidemic prevention and control, we need a nucleic acid test report, which seems to be a simple report, but it is not as simple as you think!Today, we reveal the whole process of novel Coronavirus nucleic acid testing.Step one: Specimen collection. This is a step you all know, “poke the throat,” “poke the nose,” and then immerse the swab head in virus preservation solution and save it. In a city-wide screening, you usually save it in groups of 10 swabs. Step two:The collection transport inspection point is a laboratory with strict biosafety and quality requirements. After sampling is completed, the samples are sent to the laboratory under “full load”. Step 3:Collection and disinfection Specimens under strict protection are “escorted” to the testing laboratory for registration and verification by the receiving personnel. After all-round disinfection, the testing process is ready to proceed. Step 4: Comprehensive protection The testing personnel shall ensure 100% safety protection before entering the sample processing area Step 5:After information input is completed, the fully protected staff enters the sample processing area, opens the samples in the biosafety cabinet, takes out the samples for disinfection and inputs them into the information system. Currently, there are two types of information input: one is bar code input.Need to “di” a solution to the other is to fill in the manual list needs to be extracted into the system step 6:Preparation of reagents Reagents and auxiliary materials necessary for nucleic acid detection are prepared according to the number of samples to be tested. Accurate preparation and separation reaction system is usually carried out by different testers at the same time in order to improve efficiency. The seventh step is:Nucleic acid extraction for novel Coronavirus the nucleic acid in coronavirus is the RNA encased inside the protein. The external protein structure needs to be destroyed to “catch” the viral RNA for testing. In this process, a team of testers untwist tens of thousands of LIDS and take tens of thousands of specimens a day.The amount of viral nucleic acid in a nucleic acid amplification sample is too small to be detected and you have to allow the nucleic acid to multiply by replication and this process is called nucleic acid amplification and you can’t stop to add a new specimen and you have to wait for the next one to be amplifiedThis is one of the reasons why specimens cannot be tested on demand. In a large laboratory, there are hundreds of nucleic acid amplification equipment and hundreds of testers working continuously at the same time. Step 9:Post-inspection treatment In order to prevent possible contamination, the samples should be sealed and put into the designated medical garbage bin after the test and autoclave for treatment. Step 10:The final step of generating “green code” is to check the results, check the specimen information, upload the data, and then the big data platform will process and publish the nucleic acid test results.Thanks again to Baymax for your selfless dedication in the laboratory where countless nucleic acid samples are collected and silently paying your hard work in the nearest place to the virus!This article is transferred from: Wenzhou news 66wz.com statement: reprint this article is for the purpose of passing more information.If the source is wrong or violated your legitimate rights and interests, please contact the author with proof of ownership, we will promptly correct, delete, thank you.Email address: newmedia@xxcb.cn

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