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Streptococcus equi Indirect -
Indirect ELISA kit for the detection of anti-Streptococcus equi in equine serum.
- Easy-to-use, standardized assay, with results in just over 2 hours
- Qualitative protocol to detect previous exposure to S. equi
- Quantitative protocol to assess SeM-specific antibody levels: horses with high SeM-specific serum antibodies may be predisposed to purpura when vaccinated for S. equi subsp equi with an attenuated live intranasal S. equi vaccine (1,2,3).
- Practical: you can easily check that all samples have been correctly deposited because the dilution buffer changes color upon addition of the sera
|Coated antigen||Recombinant SeM|
|Conjugate||Anti-horse IgG-HRP conjugate (concentrated 10X)|
|Kit format||2 plates|
|Plate format||12 x 8-well strips|
- Boyle, Ashley G. Streptococcus equi subspecies equi Infection (Strangles) in Horses. Vetlearn.com March 2011. Compendium: Continuing education for veterinarians. E1-8.
- Sweeney CR, Timoney JF, Newton JR, Hines MT. Streptococcus equi infections in horses: guidelines for treatment, control and prevention of strangles. J Vet Intern Med 2005:19:123-134.
- Timoney, JF. Equine strangles. Proc 45th Annu Meet AAEP 1999:31-37.
|Associated reference sera|
|Streptococcus equi positive freeze-dried serum|
|Format||0.5 ml vial (freeze-dried)|
Freeze-dried positive horse serum to be used as internal reference material for quality control.