SARS_CoV-2 Detection Kits | qRT-PCR Covid-19 Detection Kits | Genomicss

Genomic Diagnostics is committed to bring high quality and timely accurate molecular diagnostic test to supporting the global response to COVID-19 pandemic crisis and help to accelerate testing and put an end to the world Coronavirus crisis.


Kit Components:

  1. RT-PCR Premix
  2. Primer/Probe Mix 1 (E gene)
  3. Primer/Probe Mix 2 (RdRp gene)
  4. Control 1 (E gene)
  5. Control 2 (E gene)

PowerChekTM 2019-nCoV Real-time PCR Kit

PowerChek 2019-nCoV Real-time PCR Kit provides the fast and accurate testing solution for Wuhan coronavirus, targeting he E gene for beta Coronavirus and the RdRp gene for COVID-19 specifically. Genomic Diagnostics can supply the test kits and offer additional respiratory viral detection solutions for diagnosis by exclusion.

Key Features:

  • R&D know-how & scaled-up producing experience with quality control at MERS-CoV outbreaks in 2015
  • Based on WHO & CDC reference method
  • E gene detection for Beta CoV & RdRp gene detection specific for COVID-19
  • Highly specific detection for all registered COVID-19 sequence database
  • One-step Real-time RT PCR assay kit
  • Including internal control, positive control and all necessary reagents


Nucleic acid extraction
PCR Reaction Mix
Real-time PCR Amplification

PowerChek™ RNA Process Control Kit


The PowerChek™ RNA Process Control Kit must be used with the PowerChek™ 2019-nCoV Real-time PCR Kit to monitor the RNA extraction process as well as RT-PCR inhibition.

The Components of PowerChek™ RNA Process Control Kit (for 500 reactions)

Reagent Volume
Primer/Probe mix (RNA Process Control)
250 μL
RNA Process Control (RPC)
5 X 500 μL

Compatibility - Flexible Open System

PowerChek 2019-nCoV Real-time PCR Kit Compatipable Flexible Details

The term Coronavirus refers to a family of viruses, some causing illness in people and others that circulate among animals. The SARS-CoV-2 strain was first identified in Wuhan, China in December 2019. Public health officials have identified the source of this virus in bats and are investigating its spread from animal to human and human to human. It is typically spread by respiratory droplets from coughs or sneezes, similar to the way flu and other respiratory viruses spread.

Infectious disease experts have determined that symptoms can begin within 14 days of initial exposure to the virus.

Primary symptoms are:

  • Cough
  • Fever
  • Shortness of breath

If you have recently traveled to China or other parts of the world where outbreak is prevalent, or been in close contact with someone who traveled to those countries and have any of the above symptoms, contact your healthcare provider right away.

A special laboratory test performed by the CDC or some state’s Department of Health can confirm diagnosis. A diagnosis may be inconclusive with only a physical exam because mild cases of the new Coronavirus may appear similar to the flu or a bad cold.

Currently, there is no targeted treatment or vaccine. Standard supportive measures for any respiratory illness will be used.

Take the following precautions:

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Cover your mouth and nose when coughing/sneezing
  • Refrain from touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands
  • Stay home from work or school if you feel unwell
  • Vaccines have the potential to prevent or treat a wide range of infectious diseases. Make sure that everyone in your house (including yourself) has received the flu shot to stay healthy and safe
  • The benefit of wearing facemasks is not proven and they are not recommended as a preventive measure.

For additional information and updates on COVID-19, visit these sites:

Kumar & Ballal Exim Private Limited
Ganesh Mahal Complex
K S Rao Road
Karnataka, INDIA
For South East Asia & India distribution, please contact

Chetan Ravnikar
Vice President