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BACTOgenes

DNA of microbial strains that most often cause periodontitis
DNA test of microbial strains periodontitis cause of
DNA test aims detection of microbial strains that most often cause periodontitis.
60,00

Sample type:

Periodontal

Delivery period:

30 - 40 days from sample receipt.
Last update of the document Jun, 06/06/2019 - 13:35

DNA test of dental microbial strains

Through the technique of PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) DNA of the microbial strains most frequently cause dental infections is detected. In case of positivity, it allows to establish the most appropriate antibiotic treatment.

The studied microbial strains grow with difficulty in the culture media used in microbiology, so they are detected through the study of their DNA.

The presence of the following pathogens is detected: Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans, Porphyromonas gingivalis, Bacteroides forsythus, Treponema denticola y Prevotella intermedia.

BACTOgenes identifies the DNA of the bacteria causing dental infections, allowing to determine the appropriate treatment based on the detected germs.

This text has been translated automatically using an electronic translator, so the Spanish version should prevail. Please check in case of doubt.

Process for submitting the sample

You will receive the sample collection kit. You can request additional kits if you need it.

Process to follow:

BACTOdent: Sampling of the periodontal pocket, with 5 special "tips" supplied.

With a sterile forceps, take a "tip" using the black stripe side, and the other  one insert it at the bottom of the periodontal pocket.

Repeat this operation with the five "tips" on four other periodontal pockets. Keep them for 10-20 seconds.

Remove them and put them into the plastic tube "BACTOdent". Once all the "tips" are in the pipe, plug it, and put on the label the name or reference of the patient. Put it with the request sheet, and send it together by mail. Not postage required.

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DNA test of dental microbial strains

Through the technique of PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) DNA of the microbial strains most frequently cause dental infections is detected. In case of positivity, it allows to establish the most appropriate antibiotic treatment.

The studied microbial strains grow with difficulty in the culture media used in microbiology, so they are detected through the study of their DNA.

The presence of the following pathogens is detected: Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans, Porphyromonas gingivalis, Bacteroides forsythus, Treponema denticola y Prevotella intermedia.

BACTOgenes identifies the DNA of the bacteria causing dental infections, allowing to determine the appropriate treatment based on the detected germs.

This text has been translated automatically using an electronic translator, so the Spanish version should prevail. Please check in case of doubt.

Sample type and process to follow

Process for submitting the sample

You will receive the sample collection kit. You can request additional kits if you need it.

Process to follow:

BACTOdent: Sampling of the periodontal pocket, with 5 special "tips" supplied.

With a sterile forceps, take a "tip" using the black stripe side, and the other  one insert it at the bottom of the periodontal pocket.

Repeat this operation with the five "tips" on four other periodontal pockets. Keep them for 10-20 seconds.

Remove them and put them into the plastic tube "BACTOdent". Once all the "tips" are in the pipe, plug it, and put on the label the name or reference of the patient. Put it with the request sheet, and send it together by mail. Not postage required.

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