Competitive ELISA for the detection of Foot and Mouth Disease serotype O antibodies in serum and plasma from bovine, ovine, caprine, porcine and all susceptible species.
- High analytical sensitivity
- Rapid, with results in 90 minutes
- Easy-to-use: no freeze-dried reagents and all dilution buffers are supplied ready-to-use
The ID Screen® product requires 4 control wells per run, and not 8 as with other commercial ELISAs. As a result, the maximum number of field samples which may be tested per plate is 92, and not 88.
A protocol including weak positive and blank controls is available upon request. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|Species||Ruminants, swine and all susceptible species|
|Specimens||Serum and plasma|
|Coated antigen||Inactivated FMDV type O antigen|
|Conjugate||Anti-serotype O-HRP concentrated conjugate (concentrated 10X)|
|Kit format||5 plates||10 plates|
|Plate format||12 x 8-well strips||12 x 8-well strips|
- OIE Terrestrial Manual 2012; 2.1.5; Foot and mouth disease: http://www.oie.int/fileadmin/Home/eng/Health_standards/tahm/2.01.05_FMD.pdf
|Associated reference sera|
|Negative freeze-dried porcine serum|
Freeze-dried porcine serum negative for various diseases.
|FMD type A, O, Asia1 positive freeze-dried serum|
|Format||1 ml vial (freeze-dried)|
Freeze-dried bovine multivalent serum, vaccinated A, O and Asia1, to be used as internal reference material for quality control.
The serum is gamma-irradiated and does not contain any infectious material.