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Pregnancy is a crucial phase in a woman's life. During this period, women experience a multitude of physical and mental transitions to get prepared for giving birth to the baby. Therefore, ensuring good maternal health is crucial as it directly impacts the health of the unborn. Moreover, pregnant women should be completely free from infections caused by different pathogens to prevent fetal infections and congenital disorders.

 

What is TORCH test in pregnancy?

TORCH screen stands for Toxoplasma gondii, Rubella, Cytomegalovirus, and HSV testing. It is one of the critical and mandatory blood testings for pregnant women. The TORCH screen test is recognized as the most sensitive and accurate laboratory testing to diagnose deadly TORCH infections caused by Toxoplasma, Rubella, Cytomegalovirus, and Herpes simplex virus during pregnancy. It is usually conducted during the first prenatal visit to the doctor to rule out the chances of fetal infections and pregnancy complications.

 

A glance at our TORCH test samples:

Central BioHub is the first-ever online human biospecimen marketplace, offering millions of clinically graded human biospecimens at your fingertips. Bridging between world-class human biobank and the global research community, Central BioHub eases the online procurement of human biospecimens. 

As part of its mission to accelerate maternal research, Central BioHub provides thousands of best-quality TORCH screen samples drawn from pregnant women across the globe. Our inventory comprises thousands of Torch biospecimens for research  such as human serum and plasma samples accurately screened for specific antibodies of Torch infections such as Toxoplasma gondii, Rubella, Cytomegalovirus, and Herpes simplex virus and are stored in perfect condition at <-18 °C at state-of-the-art biobanks. For advanced in-vitro research, our samples are highly characterized and well-annotated with a complete clinical patient profile, including donor details like age, ethnicity, week of pregnancy, medical history, etc.Beside we offer TORCH positive samples exclusively for research.

Ordering research samples from Central BioHub will be a life-changing experience for all biomedical researchers. Our digital inventory displays real-time banked samples that are readily available for purchase. Experience hassle-free biospecimen procurement through our dynamic online marketplace. Central BioHub processes every customer request immediately and prepares orders for fast shipment. Visit our website to procure high-quality TORCH testing samples online.   Also, explore advanced search options to order torch panel Biospecimens by clicking CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS, ICD-10-CM CODES, and LABORATORY PARAMETERS.

TORCH testing stands for Toxoplasma, Rubella, Cytomegalovirus, and HSV testing. It is a blood test conducted during pregnancy for screening fatal infections caused by Toxoplasma, Rubella, Cytomegalovirus, and HSV to prevent transmission to the newborn.
TORCH testing is usually performed during the first prenatal visit to rule out the chances of infection to the developing foetus, and obviate pregnancy complications.
Central BioHub is an online marketplace offering a wide array of high-quality pregnancy TORCH samples for research purposes. TORCH samples can be procured online and are readily available for purchase. Browse our online inventory of TORCH samples, select your desired samples by applying suitable filters and add them to your cart. Further, log in to your customer account and proceed to payment and checkout. You will receive an order confirmation from Central BioHub, and the samples will be delivered to you in 4 to 7 business days.
Central BioHub offers a plethora of well-tested, richly annotated TORCH panel test samples from pregnant women. Our inventory comprises high-quality human serum and plasma samples collected from different pregnant women screened for specific antibodies of Toxoplasma, Rubella, Cytomegalovirus, and Herpes simplex virus. Our samples are stored at <-18 °C in the biobank.