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ceeramTools™ Kits - Easy Molecular Detection and Quantification of Pathogens

Image ceeramTools™ kits allow the molecular detection
and quantification of pathogenic microorganisms.

The kits are based on real time PCR and RT-PCR
(one step) technology. Very easy to use, just add
previously extracted and purified nucleic acids into
the reagents provided.
ceeramTools™ Molecular Detection System is available for :
Viruses Parasites
- Norovirus GI & GII - Cryptosporidium spp.
- Hepatitis A virus - Giardia spp.
- Rotavirus  
- Adenovirus 40-41 Bacteria
- Enterovirus - Vibrio parahaemolyticus and V.cholerae non-O1 non O-139
- Astrovirus - Brachyspyra
- Aichi virus  
- Circovirus (PCV2)  

Advantages of the ceeramTools™ Kit Range:
  • Rapid & Simple: ready-to-use products, results in 2h30

  • Sensitive: target detection limit < 5 genome copies

  • Specific: 100% specific for the targeted pathogen

  • Sure: robust system including internal control in each reaction

  • Virus for extraction process validation: mengo@ceeramTools

  • Nucleic acids extraction recommendations available on request

  • Support: technical assistance -
The entire range of ceeramTools™ molecular detection systems can be used whatever the origin of the sample (and have been tested for reliability on biological, food and environmental samples).

ceeramTools range

For more information on the CeeramTool™ kit range visit:
or visit the Ceeram website:

Details of reference users are available on request.

NOTE: This item is from our 'historic' database and may contain information which is not up to date.

Source : Ceeram S.A.S. View Company Information

Posted on November 13, 2009

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