Gardenerella vaginalis is just one of many causes of bacterial vaginosis caused by an increased production of the naturally occurring bacteria G. vaginalis. It is presumed to be a sexually transmitted disease and is often found in conjunction with a variety of other anaerobic bacteria. The most common symptom of G. vaginalis infection is a "fishy" smelling discharge and gray-white secretions.
G. vaginalis PCR qualitative kits are built for fast and accurate detection of the pathogen. PCR kits contain Internal Control for detection of DNA extraction efficiency, as well as control of amplification process.