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FMD - Fièvre aphteuse

ID Screen® FMD NSP Competition

ELISA

Coffret ELISA de compétition pour la détection d’anticorps dirigés contre la protéine non-structurale 3ABC de la fièvre aphteuse ou Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD). Ce test peut être appliqué sur des sérums et plasmas de bovins, ovins, caprins, porcins et de toutes espèces sensibles.

Avantages

Spécifications

Format

Références

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  • Excellentes spécificité et sensibilité
  • Incubations courte ou de nuit, l’incubation courte permettant le rendu des résultats le jour-même
  • Facile d’emploi : sans composés lyophilisés, tampons de dilution colorés, prêts à l’emploi
  • Détection efficace des animaux porteurs
  • Modification de la couleur du dilant lors du dépôt des échantillons

**Le coffret ID Screen® utilise seulement 4 puits par cycle de manipulation pour les témoins (les autres coffrets ELISA commercialisés en requièrent 6). Il permet ainsi de tester jusqu’à 92 échantillons par plaque, au lieu de 90. Un protocole prévoyant l’utilisation de témoins faiblement positifs est disponible sur demande. Veuillez contacter info@innovative-diagnostics.com pour plus d’informations.

Méthode :

ELISA de compétition (solid phase blocking ELISA)

Espèces :

Bovins, ovins, caprins, porcins et toutes espèces sensibles

Echantillons :

Sérum et plasma

Antigène sensibilisant :

Protéine recombinante 3ABC

Conjugué :

Anti-3ABC-HRP (concentré 10X)

Référence produit

Format du kit

Réactions

Format des plaques

FMDNSPC-5P 5 plaques 480 Barrettes de 12 x 8 puits
FMDNSPC-10P 10 plaques 960 Barrettes de 12 x 8 puits

PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS:

  • Keck H. et al. (2022). Proof of Proficiency of Decentralized Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus Diagnostics in Germany. Viruses 2022, 14, 1098.
  • Tewari A. et al. (2021). Development and Validation of Confirmatory Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virus Antibody ELISAs to Identify Infected Animals in Vaccinated Populations. Viruses, 13, 914.
  • Browning C. et al. (2020). Inter-laboratory comparison of 2 ELISA kits used for foot-and-mouth disease virus nonstructural protein serology. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 32.6 (2020): 933-937.
  • Comtet L. et al. (2019). Proven performance for FMDV NSP antibody detection with the ID Screen® FMD NSP Competitive ELISA. Poster presented at the GFRA Scientific Meeting, October 29-31, 2019, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • DEFRA EVID4 Evidence Project Final Report Pirbright Institute (2018). Development and evaluation of improved diagnostic tests for vesicular viral diseases of livestock.
  • Dill V. et al. (2017). Inter-laboratory validation of foot-and-mouth disease diagnostic capability in Germany. Veterinary Microbiology 203 62–67.

LARGE AND SMALL RUMINANTS:

  • Udahemuka J. C. et al. (2022). Investigation of foot and mouth disease virus and other animal pathogens in cattle, buffaloes and goats at the interface with Akagera National Park 2017–2020. BMC Veterinary Research, 18(1), 1-12.
  • Xaydalasouk K. et al. (2021). High seroprevalence of Foot and Mouth Disease in Laos: Call for nationwide vaccination campaigns and disease surveillance. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 68(4), 2345-2352.
  • Toklikishvili N. et al. (2020). Comparison Differentiation of Foot and Mouth Disease Virus Serotypes in Animals in High-Risk Zones of Georgia. J Anim Sci Res 5(1).
  • Hussain M. H. et al. (2019). Seroepidemiology of foot and mouth disease (FMD) virus non-structural protein (NSP) antibodies in the livestock of Oman. Acta tropica, 199, 105106.
  • Mesfine M. et al. (2019). Sero-Epidemiology of Foot and Mouth Disease in Domestic Ruminants in Amhara Region, Ethiopia. Front. Vet. Sci. 6:130.

SMALL RUMINANTS:

  • Siengsanan-Lamont J. et al. (2023). Risk mapping using serologic surveillance for selected One Health and transboundary diseases in Cambodian goats. PLoS Negl Trop Dis 17(4): e0011244.
  • Lysholm S. et al. (2022). Seroepidemiology of selected transboundary animal diseases in goats in Zambia. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 206, 105708.
  • Chepkwony E.C. et al. (2021). Epidemiological study on foot-and-mouth disease in small ruminants: Sero-prevalence and risk factor assessment in Kenya. PLoS ONE 16(8): e0234286.
  • Hosny W.A. et al. (2020). Field serological investigation for peste des petits ruminants, foot-and-mouth disease, and bluetongue diseases in illegally introduced animals in Egypt. Veterinary World, 13(8): 1661-1666.
  • Jabary O.M. et al. (2020). Serodiagnosis of foot and mouth disease antibodies in sheep and goat sera by using NSP-cELISA in Garmian region, Kurdistan, Iraq. J. Anim. Health Prod. 8(2): 55-58.
  • Johansson E. (2020). Transboundary caprine diseases in Zambia. Degree Project within the Veterinary Medicine Programme, stud.epsilon.slu.se.
  • Mitternacht L. (2019). Seroprevalence of foot and mouth disease and peste des petits ruminants in small ruminants in Zambia on the border to Tanzania. Degree Project within the Veterinary Medicine Programme, stud.epsilon.slu.se.
  • Albayrak H. et al. (2018). Serological evidence of foot and-mouth disease virus infection in goat breeds in the Samsun province of Turkey. Journal of the Hellenic Veterinary Medical Society, 68(3), 327-330.
  • Torsson E. et al. (2017). Seroprevalence and risk factors for peste des petits ruminants and selected differential diagnosis in sheep and goats in Tanzania. Infection Ecology & Epidemiology, 7:1368336.
  • Päärni M. (2016). Seroprevalence of CCPP, FMDV, BTV and BVDV among small ruminants in Tanzania– A minor field study with focus on differential diagnoses of peste des petits ruminants virus. Degree Project in Veterinary Medicine, Clinical Sciences ISSN: 1652-8697 (p21,22,25,26).

LARGE RUMINANTS:

  • Tolawak D. et al. (2023). Seroprevalence, Serotype, and Associated Risk Factors of Foot and Mouth Disease in Selected Districts of East Wollega Zone, Ethiopia. Ethiopia (January 18, 2023).
  • Yirdaw B. et al. (2023). Seroprevalence, serotyping, and associated risk factors of Foot and mouth diseases in Bovine in Western Amhara regional state, North western Ethiopia. researchsquare.com.
  • Estevez Garcia A.I. et al. (2022). Outbreaks of Foot-and-Mouth Disease in Burundi, East Africa, in 2016, Caused
    by Different Serotypes. Viruses 2022,14, 1077.
  • Shurbe M. et al. (2022). Seroprevalence and associated risk factors for foot and mouth disease virus seropositivity in cattle in selected districts of Gamo zone, Southern Ethiopia. Front. Vet. Sci. 9:931643.
  • Siengsanan-Lamont J. et al. (2022). Abattoir-Based Serological Surveillance and Spatial Risk Analysis of Foot-and-Mouth Disease, Brucellosis, and Q Fever in Lao PDR Large Ruminants. Trop.Med. Infect. Dis. 2022, 7, 78.
  • Belayneh N. et al. (2020). Modeling the transmission dynamics of foot and mouth disease in Amhara region, Ethiopia. Preventive veterinary medicine, 181, 104673.
  • Salim S.A.S. et al. (2020). Prevalence and risk factors of foot and mouth disease virus in Nineveh province, Iraq. Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci. 8(1): 1-10.
  • Hemida M. et al. (2018). Foot-and-mouth disease virus O/ME-SA/Ind 2001 lineage outbreak in vaccinated Holstein Friesian cattle in Saudi Arabia in 2016. Veterinary Quarterly, 38:1, 88-98.
  • Sulayeman M. et al. (2018). Isolation, molecular characterization and sero prevalence study of foot-and-mouth disease virus circulating in Central Ethiopia. BMC Veterinary Research 14:110.
  • Babangida D. et al. (2017). Sero survey of foot and mouth disease virus infection in cattle crossing some major border states in Northwestern Nigeria.FOLIA VETERINARIA, 61, 3: 12—18.
  • Elnekave E. et al. (2016). The serological response against foot and mouth disease virus elicited by repeated vaccination of dairy cattle. Vaccine 08.054.

CATTLE AND PIGS:

  • Kong L. et al. (2023). Foot-and-mouth disease Non-Structural Protein seropositivity in cattle and pigs in Cambodia. researchsquare.com.
  • Siengsanan-Lamont J. et al. (2021). Seroepidemiology of Foot and Mouth Disease using passive surveillance techniques in selected provinces of Lao PDR. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 53, 1-10.

CAMELIDS:

    • Body M.H.H. et al. (2019). Foot and mouth disease virus: Serological study of dromedary camels in Oman. Rev Sci Tech, 38(3), 731-736.
    • Azizi M. et al. (2017). Serological Detection of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) in Camels of South of Iran (Fars, Bushehr and Hormozgan Province.    Applied Animal Science Research Journal No 24 pp: 29-34.

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