Clostridium difficile TaqMan PCR Detection Kit Dx

Cat. DxTM37100
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Clostridium difficile TaqMan PCR Detection Kit Dx

Cat. DxTM37100
  • Detection kit for Clostridium difficile
  • CE-IVDD marked in accordance with the European Commission Directive 98/79/EC.
  • Research version available
  • Available in TaqMan format for analysis

Intended for in vitro diagnostics use.

CE marked version is not available for sale in the United States and Canada

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Clostridium difficile TaqMan PCR Kit Dx
(Cat. DxTM37100)
24 rxn

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Storage Conditions

The Clostridium difficile TaqMan PCR Kit Dx is shipped on dry ice. The components of the kit should be frozen upon arrival. If one or more of the components is not frozen when the kit is received, or if any of the components have been compromised during shipment, please contact Norgen Biotek for assistance. All kit components should be stored at -20°C upon arrival. Repeated thawing and freezing (> 3 x) of the Master Mix and Positive Control should be avoided, as this may affect the performance of the assay. If the reagents are to be used only intermittently, they should be frozen in aliquots.

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Title Gut health of children with autism spectrum disorder
Journal World Academy of Sciences Journal.2022.
Authors Elene Kakabadze, Khatuna Makalatia, Nata Bakuradze, Nino Grdzelishvili, Sophie Kereselidze, Tamar Ediberidze, Veriko Berulava, Nana Sabauri, Nana Cholokashvili, Elene Javakhishvili, Gulnara Natroshvili, Tamar Tatrishvili, Mariam Motsikulashvili, Nina Chanishvili, Ivane Abiatari

Clostridium difficile TaqMan PCR Detection Kit Dx

Clostridium difficile is rod-shaped, gram positive bacterium. It is the main causal agent of antibiotic-associated diarrhea and pseudomembranous colitis. The colonization of intestines by C. difficile is usually associated with the elimination of natural intestinal flora as a result of antibiotic application and is frequently reported in health care centers. While C. difficile infection could be severe and life-threatening, particularly among the elderly, many patients are asymptomatic making diagnosis challenging during outbreaks. The tradition method of detecting C. difficile infection is by cytotoxicity test of the toxin produced by the bacterium, but such protocols usually require extensive time before conclusion can be made.


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Clostridium difficile TaqMan PCR Kit, 24 reactions
  • Ready to use format, including Master Mix for the target and PCR control to monitor for PCR inhibition and validate the quality
  • Specific Primer and Probe mix for the pathogen/virus/viroid of interest
  • Primer and Probe mix
  • Positive and negative control to confirm the integrity of the kit reagents

Supporting Data

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Kit Specifications

You have selected: Cat. DxTM37100

Storage Conditions

The Clostridium difficile TaqMan PCR Kit Dx is shipped on dry ice. The components of the kit should be frozen upon arrival. If one or more of the components is not frozen when the kit is received, or if any of the components have been compromised during shipment, please contact Norgen Biotek for assistance. All kit components should be stored at -20°C upon arrival. Repeated thawing and freezing (> 3 x) of the Master Mix and Positive Control should be avoided, as this may affect the performance of the assay. If the reagents are to be used only intermittently, they should be frozen in aliquots.

Title Gut health of children with autism spectrum disorder
Journal World Academy of Sciences Journal.2022.
Authors Elene Kakabadze, Khatuna Makalatia, Nata Bakuradze, Nino Grdzelishvili, Sophie Kereselidze, Tamar Ediberidze, Veriko Berulava, Nana Sabauri, Nana Cholokashvili, Elene Javakhishvili, Gulnara Natroshvili, Tamar Tatrishvili, Mariam Motsikulashvili, Nina Chanishvili, Ivane Abiatari

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