Ureaplasma spp. causes bacterial infection, generally asymptomatic in nature, that is sexually transmitted between partners. The bacteria can survive in the reproductive tract for many years undetected, until a patient is specifically tested for the infection. Infection is very similair to Mycoplasma one, so it is recommended to test both bacteria in case of syndroms, described by Mycoplasma kits.
Ureaplasma spp. PCR qualitative kits are built for fast and accurate detection without differentiation of the pathogen in clinical materials (cervical, urethral scrapes/swabs, urine sediment, prostate gland secrete).
PCR kits contain Internal Control for detection of DNA extraction efficiency and control of amplification process.