For research use only and NOT intended for in vitro diagnostics.

A ready-to-use system for the isolation and the detection of C. jejuni in food using end-point PCR

  • Rapid isolation of high quality DNA from food products
  • Contains two ready-to-use 2X PCR Master Mixes
  • High sensitivity and specificity
  • Includes an isolation control and a PCR control
  • Primer set and controls also available separately
  • Ideal for use in:
    1. Food Surveillance and Monitoring
    2. Surveys

ItemsCat. #Size
Campylobacter jejuni PCR Detection Kit 36100 24 tests

Campylobacter jejuni PCR Detection Kit

Norgen’s Campylobacter jejuni PCR Detection Kit is a ready-to-use system for the isolation and detection of C. jejuni. First, the kit contains components for the rapid isolation of total DNA, including bacterial DNA, from milk samples, poultry carcass rinse or enriched samples using spin-column chromatography based on Norgen’s proprietary resin. Second, the kit contains C. jejuni Master Mix and controls to allow for PCR amplification, as well as a Control Master Mix to allow for amplification of both an Isolation Control and a PCR Control. The amplified PCR products are then detected using agarose gel electrophoresis. Alternatively, detection can be performed based on real-time PCR using melt curves.

The C. jejuni Master Mix contains reagents and enzymes for the specific amplification of a 321 bp region of the C. jejuni genome. In addition, Norgen’s Campylobacter jejuni PCR Detection Kit contains a second Master Mix, the Control 2X PCR Master Mix, which can be used to identify possible PCR inhibition and/or inadequate isolation via a separate PCR with the use of the provided PCR Control (PCRC) or Isolation Control (IsoC). This kit is designed to allow for the testing of 24 samples. The Campylobacter jejuni PCR Primer Set and Controls are also available separately for end-point PCR detection.

Linear Range

  • The linear range (analytical measurement) of Norgen’s Campylobacter jejuni PCR Detection Kit was determined by analysing a dilution series of a C. jejuni quantification standard ranging from 1 x 107 cfu/µl to 1 x 10-1 cfu/µl.
  • Each dilution has been tested in replicates (n = 4) using Norgen’s Campylobacter jejuni PCR Detection Kit on 1X TAE 1.7% Agarose gel.
  • The linear range of Norgen’s Campylobacter jejuni PCR Detection Kit has been determined to cover concentrations from 1 x 102 cfu/µl to at least 1 x 106 cfu/µl
  • Under the conditions of the Norgen’s Campylobacter jejuni DNA Isolation procedure, Norgen’s Campylobacter jejuni PCR detection Kit covers a linear range from 1,000 cfu/mL milk to at least 1 x 107 cfu/mL milk.

Norgen’s Campylobacter jejuni PCR Detection Kit (Meat Products) Contents
Digestion Buffer
Lysis Solution
Binding Solution
Wash Solution I
Wash Solution II
Elution Buffer
Proteinase K
Lysozyme
Mini Filter Spin Columns
Collection Tubes
Elution tubes (1.7 mL)
C. jejuni 2x PCR Master Mix
Control 2x Master Mix
Isolation Control (IsoC)
C. jejuni Positive Control (PosC)
Nuclease Free-Water |
Norgen’s DNA Marker
Product Insert

Campylobacter jejuni PCR Primer Set and Controls Contents
C. jejuni Primers Set
C. jejuni Positive Control (PosC)
Nuclease Free-Water |

Storage Conditions and Product Stability
All buffers should be kept tightly sealed and stored at room temperature (15-25oC). Buffers can be stored for up to 1 year without showing any reduction in performance. The Lysozyme should be stored at -20°C upon arrival, and the Digestion Buffer should be stored at -20°C after addition of the Lysozyme. The Proteinase K should be stored at -20°C upon arrival and after reconstitution. These reagents should remain stable for at least 1 year when stored at these conditions. The C. jejuni 2x PCR Master Mix, Control 2x PCR Master Mix, Isolation Control (IsoC), and C. jejuni Positive Control (PosC) should be kept tightly sealed and stored at -20oC. These can be stored for up to 1 year without showing any reduction in performance. Repeated thawing and freezing (> 2 x) of these reagents should be avoided, as this may reduce the sensitivity. If the reagents are to be used only intermittently, they should be frozen in aliquots.