Test for the qualitative detection of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli

One-step immunochromatographic test for the qualitative detection of Campylobacter jejuni y Campylobacter coli in human faeces.

At least one in ten people fall ill each year due to the consumption of unsafe food. Campylobacter is second in the ranking of bacteria associated with such consumption only behind Salmonella (28% vs. 42%), although this percentage is thought to be higher, as Campylobacter is often under-diagnosed. In fact, an important characteristic of Campylobacter is its infectivity – only about 800 microorganisms can cause infection. Annually, 550 million people are infected with Campylobacter, and in 90% of cases it is usually the C. jejuni strain that causes the infection.

So far, culture has been the traditional method for Campylobacter identification. However, rapid tests are becoming increasingly important in its detection as, being a bacteria, early antibiotic treatment would help to treat the most severe symptoms as soon as possible.

The Simple/Stick Campylobacter rapid test provides a good indication of the possibility of having acquired C. jejuni or C. coli.

Results in 10 minutes

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Simple and safe

Robust and reproducible

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Flexible formats: Cassette and Stick

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Automated reading

Our products for the qualitative detection of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli

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Simple/Stick Campylobacter
Simple 20 tests/kit. Visual or automated reading
Simple 20 tests/kit. Visual reading
Simple 20 tests/kit + 1 dry positive control. Visual or automated reading
Stick 20 tests/kit. Visual reading
Positive Control (Campylobacter)
1 swab/kit
Possibility of automated reading with OPERON immunochromatography strip reader. The interpretation of results on the Simple/Stick Campylobacter product can be done both visually and automated, thus minimising the possibility of error and allowing the results to be recorded.
Ready-to-use kit for easy procedure and interpretation of results. The product requieres little user intervention with minimal sample handling, eliminating the risks associated with long exposures. In addition, very precise results are obtained, allowing for proper patient management and selection of appropriate and timely antibiotic therapy.
Products adapted to rapid and urgent point-of-care or PoC diagnostics, with results in maximum 10 minutes, minimal handling and contact with the sample by the professional performing the test and with all components ready for use.

Controls are available to the user to validate the results obtained. They can be purchased as a commercial independent reference.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Yes, the product is compatible with samples taken and stored in Cary Blair.

    While it is recommended to test the sample treated with the test diluent buffer as soon as possible, diluted samples have been found to be stable frozen at -20°C for 1 week. For fresh samples: they can be stored at +2-8°C for 3 days.

    It is not recommended to use samples with preservation agents (such as formalin, PBS, PVA or similar) or enrichment media, as their presence could interfere with the correct performance of the test.