Real Time PCR Detection Kit Vibrio cholerae

Brand: GPCRs
Detection test kit of Vibrio cholerae strains by using qPCR. Some strains of V.cholerae cause the disease cholera.

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Products specifications
TechnologyqPCR / Real Time PCR/ PCR
SizesTarget: 100 reactions - FAM
Target + IC: 100 reactions - FAM, HEX
Monodose Target: 24 qPCR tubes - FAM
Monodose Target + IC: 24 qPCR tubes - FAM, HEX
Background:Detection of Vibrio cholerae strains by using qPCR.
Vibrio cholerae is a Gram-negative, facultatively anaerobic, comma-shaped bacterium, and has a flagellum at one cell pole. Some strains of V.cholerae cause the disease cholera.V. cholera was first isolated as the cause of cholera by Italian anatomist Filippo Paciniin 1854, but his discovery was not widely known until Robert Koch published the knowledge and the means of fighting the disease.

Product Features:
-Assay Mix Target composed by singleplex mixtures of specific forward/reverse primers and probe.
-Resuspension buffer
-DNase/RNase free water
- (OPTIONAL) Internal Control Assay Mix
- Mastermix solution
-Standard Template, dehydrated target copies for positive control
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