Repeatability study of XN-31. Repeated measurements of malaria-infected red blood cells (MI-RBC) on inclusion and after storage of the blood sample (vacutainer) for 24 (H24), 48 (H48), and 72 (H72) hours. For each blood sample, one tube was stored at room temperature (20–25 °C,) and one was kept at 4 °C. The two tubes with different storage conditions were tested at 24, 48, and 72 h and the mean of triplicate measurements of the number of parasites/μL (MI-RBC) was recorded (grey line: room temperature; white line: 4 °C). Eight patients were included in this study, with initial parasitaemia ranging from 2.4 to 288.3 parasites/μL.
|Mean MI-RBC (parasites/μL): Storage at room temperature
|Samples||Mean MI-RBC (parasites/μL): Storage at 4 °C|
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