cador M. hyopneumoniae PCR Reagent
For the identification of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae DNA
The cador M. hyopneumoniae PCR reagent is a highly sensitive and specific assay to identify Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae DNA in biological samples.
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For Research Use Only. Not intended for any animal or human therapeutic or diagnostic procedures. No claim or representation is intended to provide information for the diagnosis, prevention or treatment of a disease. Regulatory requirements vary by country; product may not be available in your geographic area.
The cador M. hyopneumoniae Reagent contains reagents and enzymes for the specific and efficient amplification of highly conserved regions of the M. hyopneumoniae genome. Inhibition and other malfunctions of PCR are determined by measuring the fluorescence signal in the yellow channel via amplification of the Internal Control (IC), which does not influence the amplification of the analytical PCR for M. hyopneumoniae. An external positive control (M. hyopneumoniae Control DNA, containing the targeted M. hyopneumoniae DNA) is also supplied. M. hyopneumoniae DNA is detected efficiently and precisely over a wide linear range (see the figure Efficient and precise identification of M. hyopneumoniae DNA over a wide linear range).
Pathogen identification by the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is based on the amplification of specific regions of the pathogen genome. In real-time PCR, the amplified product is detected using fluorescent dyes. These are usually linked to oligonucleotide probes that bind specifically to the amplified product. Monitoring the fluorescence intensities during the PCR run (i.e., in real time) allows detection of the accumulating product without having to re-open the reaction tubes afterward, which reduces the risk of cross contamination.
The cador M. hyopneumoniae PCR Reagent contains a primer-probe set specific for a highly conserved region of the M. hyopneumoniae genome. The reagent also includes a heterologous amplification system as an internal control to ensure the correct interpretation of negative results, and an external positive control. Real-time PCR detection is carried out on a real-time PCR cycler, such as the Rotor-Gene Q.
Bacterial DNA can be manually isolated from samples using the QIAamp cador Pathogen Mini Kit. The isolated DNA is ready for use in real-time PCR with the cador M. hyopneumoniae PCR Reagent on a real-time PCR cycler, such as the Rotor-Gene Q.
The cador M. hyopneumoniae PCR Reagent is designed to identify Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae DNA in biological samples using polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
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