Bifidobacterium spp. qPCR detection Kit for 50 reactions

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  • FAQs PhAST Blue & PAUL

    What does the PhAST Blue or PAUL do?

    The PhotoActivation System for Tubes - PhAST - and PhotoActivation Universal Light - PAUL System - can photo label the DNA/RNA of dead organisms through the photoactivation of a mix of photoactivable intercalating dyes with intact and non- intact membrane cells by using blue light.

    Our PhAST Blue system allows simultaneous photoactivation of 12 samples in a simple and efficient manner.

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  • PEMAX™ Reagent, a new step forward in the detection of live cells by PCR

    The PEMAX™ Reagent is a double dye technology developed by GenIUL, S.L. (Patent pending), in order to overcome the current limitations of viability PCR procedures. Nowadays, the paradigm is based in the cell membrane integrity of living cells as a unique differential factor from dead cells. However, as appointed in first reports, some disinfection procedures can induce cells death without compromising membrane integrity [1].

    This new reagent, combined with the appropriate reaction buffer, extends the concept of viability PCR to cells with intact cell membrane structure but also with capability to actively maintain bacterial homeostasis, as a result of active metabolism [2].

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    During all the steps previous to DNA neutralization by the means of photo-activation it is necessary to protect the reaction solution from light, in order to avoid collateral reactions and reagent loss. Additionally, according to reagent nature, microorganisms and sample types, it is also very important to ensure temperature stability during the incubation time. With the appropriate temperature the reagent diffusion through cell we obtain: the membrane of dead microorganism could be optimized and minimizing the reagents access to live microorganism.

    The dark box system combines these characteristics and is therefore the best solution for handling your samples during viability PCR process.

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  • PAUL Note

    Viability PCR combines the use of photo-reactive reagents with a high affinity for DNA with a photo-chemical reaction. The nature of the reagents precludes it to pass through cell membranes. For this reason the DNA from cells with undamaged membrane will be free of photo blockage. After the treatment of microbial aqueous suspension with our reagents combined with a photo-activation step, only DNA from live microorganisms will be detected by molecular procedures: PCR, qPCR, Flow Cytometry, Fluorescence Mycroscopy, LAMP.

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  • PhAST Blue - Non viable Cell staining

    The evaluation of microorganism survival is currently based on cultivation assays or more recently with viable PCR methods. Plate counts are time-consuming and biased by the fact that some microorganisms remains viable but non cultivable. On the other hand, a viable PCR method is a promising approach, but requires a good background in molecular biology. Methods based on fluorescence microscopy, have been successfully used for many years and one of the most used reagents to stain dead cells has been Propidium Iodide. Nowadays their azide derivative, Propidium Monoazide, combines the specificity of staining dead cells with the strong capability to an irreversible bound to DNA by the means of photo -reactive process. Now is possible to stain dead cells prior to fixation and store the sample until the analysis.

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  • PhAST Blue - Flow Cytometry

    Often, for safety reasons or for convenience, it is frequently necessary to fix cells prior to analysis. Later data analysis will be less ambiguous if nonviable or damaged cells can be eliminated. Flow cytometry determination of viable and non-viable cells in fixed samples can be accomplished by using Ethidium monoazide (EMA) and Propidium monoazide (PMA). They are photo-reactive derivatives from Ethidium Bromide and Propdium Iodide, andboth are positively charged molecules which are excluded by cell with intact membranes, but enter cells with damaged membrane,. These dyes can be photo- chemically cross-linked with short exposure to visible light after the excess dye is washed away, the cells are fixed.

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  • Reaction Buffers Note

    One of the critical steps in all vPCR workflows is sample and reagent incubation in the dark. During this treatment it is very important to maximize reagent diffusion trough dead cells, spores, cysts and microbial aggregates. On the other hand, this procedure is also necessary to prevent viable cell damage, for this reason ionic strength, pH, nutrient level and aerobic/anaerobic balance need to be under control. GenIUL introduces three different reaction buffers: Standard, Standard Plus and Anaerobic, optimizing this procedure for different applications.

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  • Viability PCR - Virus detection

    Viable PCR combines the use of photo-reactive reagents with a high affinity for DNA/RNA with a photo-chemical reaction. The nature of the reagents precludes it to pass through virus capsid. For this reason the DNA/RNA from virus with undamaged capsid will be free of photo blockage. After the treatment of microbial aqueous suspension with our reagents combined with a photo-activation step, only DNA/RNA from intact virus will be detected by molecular procedures

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  • Viability PCR - Legionella detection

    Monitoring of viable Legionellae levels in water samples is possible by the means of Viability PCR. Nowadays in a few hours it’s possible to perform a more complete evaluation of the real sanitary risk while avoiding the current approach drawbacks:

    Culture needs more than 5 days to show a first result with a final assay runtime of 10 days (according ISO 11731)

    Conventional qPCR detects DNA from total Legionellae (dead and live) and for this reasons positive results can provide a very biased interpretation of real risk.

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  • Viability PCR - Food Microbiology

    Viable real time PCR has been used as an accurate reliable simple method to detect and quantify microorganisms involved in the food production process. The technique has been applied in the determination of wine yeasts [1], Escherichia coli O157:H7 [2],Campylobacter jejuni [3], Zygosaccharomyces bailii [4], thermophilic Bacillus species [5], and probiotic bacteria [6]

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  • Viability PCR - Environmental Microbiology

    Viable real time PCR has been used as an accurate reliable simple method to detect and quantify viable microorganism in environmental samples. Some of the microorganisms detected by using this technique are Cryptosporidium [1], Bacteroides fragilis [2], Enterococcus faecalis [3], Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron [3], fungal species [4], and Legionella pneumophila [5] from others.

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  • Viability PCR - Clinical Microbiology

    Real time PCR and Terminal Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (T-RFLP) have been combined with Propidium monoazide, to identify viable bacteria in clinical samples. The techniques have been applied in the determination of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Burkholderia cepacia, Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, and Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

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  • Tuberculosis Note

    Viability PCR combines the use of photoreactive reagents with a high affinity for DNA with a photochemical reaction. The nature of the reagents precludes it to pass through cell membranes. For this reason the DNA from cells with undamaged membrane will be free of photo blockage. After the treatment of microbial aqueous suspension with our reagents combined with a photoactivation step, only DNA from live microorganisms will be detected by molecular procedures

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  • Beverages and Spoilers Note

    Monitoring of spoilers levels in brewage samples is possible by the means of Viability PCR. Nowadays in a few hours it’s possible to perform a more complete evaluation of the real spoilage risk while avoiding the current approach drawbacks:

    Often, culture needs, several days to show a first result with a final assay runtime, in some cases about 10 days.

    Conventional qPCR detects DNA from total spoiler (dead and live) and for this reasons positive results can provide a very biased interpretation of real risk.

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