Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) is a species of pathogenic bacteria and the causative agent in most cases of tuberculosis. Along with MTB, 5 other species, which we call MTC, are considered common infectious agents that cause tuberculosis. That is why it is necessary to detect MTC, along with MTB. Although NTM is a group of mycobacteria unrelated to tuberculosis, it usually causes pulmonary infections that mimic tuberculosis, resulting in possible misdiagnosis. Therefore, identification of a single infection or co-infection of MTC and NTM is required for adequate treatment.

Detection target

  • MTC  (2 species): IS6110
  • NTM (13 species): 16S rRNA

Registration: KFDA

Detection technology: Real-time PCR

Sample type: Nasopharyngeal swab, nasopharyngeal aspirate, bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL)

Analytical sensitivity: 10 copies

Compatible Instruments:

  • ABI 7500 / 7500 Fast Real-Time PCR System (Applied Biosystems)
  • CFX96™ Real-Time PCR System (Bio-Rad)

PCR run time: ~1 hr 20 min


– HotStart PCR system: very specific and sensitive result
– DnaFree™ System: No contamination by host genomic DNA ( DiaPlexC ™)
– UDG system: No drag contamination
– Multiplex PCR System: Multiple targets in a single reaction
– Reliable system: automatic PCR control
– Positive control included
– DNA extraction solution included (Cat. No. SQD21-K100)
– Easy to use a master mix
– CE certification