Campylobacter is a group of spiral bacteria that covers 20 species, the most frequently reported as being the cause of human diseases are Campylobacter jejuni. Other species (1-10%) have been isolated from individuals with campylobacteriosis. The bacterium is usually transmitted to humans through contaminated food (raw poultry meat and unpasteurized milk), but also feces. Qualitative and quantitative detection of the bacterium can be performed using our Genprice kit for the detection and quantification of Campylobacter.the most frequently associated with human diseases being the species C. jejuni (subspecies jejuni) and C. coli. Other species like C. lari and C. Upsaliensis have also been isolated from patients with diarrheal disease.