Intended use:

For in vitro diagnostic use. RIDA®GENE Gut Balance is a multiplex real-time PCR for the direct qualitative and quantitative detection of Bacteroides– and Cluster XIVa DNA from human stool samples.

General information:

90% of the normal human gut flora is populated by two phylogenetic groups which exist in a symbiotic balance. Bacteroides are anaerobic, gram-negative bacteria which are part of the normal gut flora of the intestinal tract. In the large intestine, approximately 1011 Bacteroides/g stool exist and are therefore the dominant bacteria in terms of numbers. The second phylogenetic group is the firmicutes. Clostridium Cluster XIVa are a class of firmicutes to which, besides others, Eubacterium spp. and roseburia spp. belong.

Different sources associate a disbalance of the composition of the gut flora (dysbiosis) with obesity. Here, a decreased number of Bacteroides corresponds to presence of obesity whereas at the same time an increasing number of Eubacterium rectale was detected in patients with obesity.

Specifications
Art. No. PG0105
Standard range real-time PCR with 100 reactions
Shelf life 24 month after production
Sensitivity Analytical Sensitivity : ≥ 10 DNA copies per reaction
Files
InstructionsGerman
English
Spanish
French
Italian
SDSPG0105_german.zip (German)
PG0105_english.zip (English)
PG0105_french.zip (French)
PG0105_italian.zip (Italian)
PG0105_spanish.zip (Spanish)
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