Indirect multi-species ELISA for the detection of anti-Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC) antibodies in sera and plasma from swine and other mammalian species (goat, sheep, cattle, buffalo, llama or alpaca) and in meat juice from swine.
Please contact IDvet for use in other species.
- Applicable to multiple mammalian species, including swine
- Excellent specificity and sensitivity
- Cost-effective for high throughput testing, notably in comparison to the incision of lymph nodes at slaughter
- Convenient protocol, with ready-to-use components and results in 2 hours.
|Species||Swine and other mammalian species |
Please contact IDvet for use in other species
|Specimens||Serum, plasma or meat juice|
|Coated antigen||Purified MAC extract|
|Conjugate||Anti-multi-species IgG-HRP conjugate (concentrated 10X)|
|Kit format||4 plates|
|Plate format||12 x 8-well strips|
- Pourquier, P., Lesceu S. Preliminary validation of the ID Screen® Mycobacterium avium Multi-species Indirect ELISA. Poster presented at the AHVLA International Conference 2011 - Animal Diseases and their Consequences, Royal Holloway, England.
- Shade B et al. Diagnostic investigations on mycobacterial abortion in a sow herd. Poster presented at the 21st IPVS Congress, Vancouver, Canada, July, 2010.
|Negative freeze-dried porcine serum|
Freeze-dried porcine serum negative for various diseases.
|Mycobacterium avium positive freeze-dried serum|
|Format||1 ml vial (freeze-dried)|
Freeze-dried positive swine serum to be used as internal reference material for quality control.