ID Screen® West Nile Competition Multi-species

Competitive ELISA kit for the detection of anti-pr-E antibodies in multiple species.

The monoclonal antibody used in the kit cross-reacts with other Japanese Encephalitis viruses and the tick-borne encephalitis virus.

  • Highly sensitive and specific detection of WNV antibodies
  • Applicable to multiple species, including humans. For research use only on human samples: see References (*).
  • Rapid and convenient protocol, with ready-to-use reagents and results in just over 2 hours

Specifications

Method Competitive ELISA
Species Multiple species, including humans. For research use only on human samples: see References (*).
Specimens Serum or plasma
Coated antigen pr-E antigen
Conjugate Anti-pr-E-HRP conjugate (concentrated 10X)

Ordering information

Product code Reactions Kit format Plate format
WNC-1P 96 1 plate 12 x 8-well strips
WNC-2P 192 2 plate 12 x 8-well strips

References

  • Manuel Terrestre OIE 2009; 2.1.20; West Nile Fever
  • (*) Niczyporuk J.,1 Samorek-Salamonowicz E. et al. ( 2015) Occurrence of West Nile Virus Antibodies in Wild Birds, Horses, and Humans in Poland. BioMed Research International vol 2015, Article ID 234181
  • Lan et. al. 2011. Serological evidence of West Nile virus in dogs and cats in China. Arch Virol (2011) 156:893-895.
  • Van Maanen, Kees et al. Surveillance of West Nile Virus incursions in the Netherlands: Validation of antibody detecting ELISAs in horses. Présentation orale au congrès Epizone 2010 à Saint Malo (France).
  • Wernery, U. et al. West Nile Fever in the United Arab Emirates. Wildlife in the Middle East. Vol. 2, Issue 3, December 2007.
  • Ziegler et al. Monitoring of West Nile Virus Infections in Germany. Zoonoses and Public Health 59 (Suppl. 2) (2012) 95-101.
  • Diaz-Sanchez, S. et al. Use of a multispecies competitive ELISA for investigation of exposure to West Nile virus in multiple species of captive and wild birds. Présenté au congrès WAVLD 2009 à Madrid (Espagne).
  • Garcia-Bocanegra et al. Serosurvey of West Nile Virus and Other Flaviviruses of the Japanese Encephalitis Antigenic Complex in Birds from Andalusia, Southern Spain. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases. Volume 11, Number 0, 2011.
  • Ziegler et al. Pathogenesis of West Nile virus lineage 1 and 2 in experimentally infected large falcons. Vet. Microbiol. (2012), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vetmic.2012.07.041.
  • Yipici et al. Serologic Investigation for West Nile Virus Infection in Commerical Domestic Chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus). Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances 11 (13):221-2214,2012

More external references available upon request.