PSEP Diagnostic Kit 

Prostasomes are exosomes or Multivesicular bodies (MVB) with mean diameter of 150 nm and produced and excreted by the prostate.

 They are found in storage vesicles and secreted by prostate acinar cells. The prostasomes consist of hundreds of proteins and have been ascribed different
biologic activities. 

Although exosomes are commonly produced in many cell types,
there are increasing evidences that prostasomes are unique structures derived
mainly from the prostate glands. We name the protein we found as Prostatic Exosomal Protein (PSEP). According
to a number of clinical studies, rising PSEP is a reliable indicator of chronic
prostatitis. Earlier research studies find that by antibody-based ELISA, the
elevation of PSEP can be easily detected in the urine of patients with chronic prostatitis.
Innovative, non-invasive and urine-based diagnostic test. 

Classical antigen-specific response, stable, simple and efficient. 85% specificity and 90% sensitivity. Uses in clinical diagnosis and early detection with broad market perspective.
Accuracy Test (ROC Analysis) Evaluation

The area under ROC is 0.927 which supports the
usefulness of PSEP test for diagnosis of chronic

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