Trichomonas vaginalis RT-PCR (CE) | B6-100FRT

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General information: Real Time PCR test for detection of Tricho

Target Disease Type: Sexually trasmitted diseases

Specific Application: Trichomonas vaginalis

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STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) refer to a variety of bacterial, viral and parasitic infections that are acquired through sexual activity. Some STDs, such as syphilis and gonorrhea, have been known for centuries — while others, such as HIV, have been identified only in the past few decades. STDs are caused by more than 25 infectious organisms. As more organisms are identified, the number of STDs continues to expand. Common STDs include: chlamydia, gon[1]orrhea, herpes, HIV, HPV, syphilis, gardnerella and trichomoniasis.

The development of tests based on nucleic acid amplification technology has been the most important advance in the field of STD diagnosis. Because nucleic acid amplification is exquisitely sensitive and highly specific, it offers the opportunity to use noninvasive sampling techniques to screen for infections in asymptomatic individuals who would not ordinarily seek clinical care.


Kit Trichomonas vaginalis Real-TM is a test for the qualitative detection of Trichomonas vaginalis in the urogenital swabs, urine, prostatic liquid and other biological materials.


Kit Trichomonas vaginalis Real-TM is based on two major processes: isolation of DNA from specimens and Real Time amplification. Trichomonas vaginalis DNA is extracted from the specimens, amplified in Real Time PCR and detected using fluorescent reporter dye probes specific for Trichomonas vaginalis DNA and Internal Control. Internal Control (IC) serves as an amplification control for each individually processed specimen and to identify possible reaction inhibition. IC is detected in a channel other than the Trichomonas vaginalis DNA.

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