PCR Test for the Detection of M. gallisepticum & M. synoviae
17 de mayo de 2017
PCR Test for the Detection of M. synoviae
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PCR Test for the Detection of M. gallisepticum


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1. Purpose of the test
ADIAVET™ MG REAL TIME kit is intended to detect Mycoplasma gallisepticum using real-time
Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) technology from swab of poultry, environmental specimen and
bacterial culture.
2. Mycoplasma gallisepticum
Mycoplasma are known to cause economic losses in commercial poultry production. M. gallisepticum
causes chronic respiratory disease in chickens and infection sinusitis in turkeys. Rapid identification of
any of these mycoplasma organisms is of great importance to the poultry industry. The diagnosis of
avian mycoplasma infections is mainly based on culture and serology (RSA, ELISA…) (Stipkovitch &
Kempf, 1996). However culture is rather slow, tedious, expensive and often contaminated.
Serological tests are useful but sometimes lack specificity or sensitivity (Yamamoto, 1991). Recently
PCR tests have been developed providing specific and sensitive tools for avian mycoplasma detection
(Kempf, 1997).
3. Description and purpose of the test
This test is based on enzymatic gene amplification or PCR technology.
Amplified products are detected in real-time thanks to a specific labelled hydrolysis probe (5’-
exonulease technology).
The ADIAVET™ MG REALTIME kit enables the simultaneous detection of:
– M. gallisepticum (probe labelled in FAM),
– an internal control of amplification step specific from an exogenous DNA (probe labelled
with a fluorochrome read in the same spectra as VIC and HEX).
The test detects the MG TS-11 vaccine strain but not the MG 6/85 and MG-F vaccine strains.
Adiagene recommends using this test with DNA purification kits (Adiagene, Qiagen and Macherey-
Nagel). Other purification kits can be used if they have been validated by the user.

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