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Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (BVDV) / Border Disease (BD)

ID Screen® BVD p80 Antibody Competition


Competitive ELISA for the detection of Bovine Viral Diarrhoea / Mucosal Disease / Border Disease anti-p80-125 (anti-NSP2-3) antibodies in serum, plasma and milk from cattle, sheep, goats and other susceptible species






  • Accuracy and reliability
    • high specificity and sensitivity
    • ensure samples have been correctly deposited thanks to a dilution buffer which changes colour upon addition of the sera
    • freeze-dried internal reference material available (sold separately) for use an internal control
  • Flexibility
    • applicable to multiple species, including cattle, sheep, and goats
    • test serum, plasma or milk
  • Improved workflow
    • ready-to-use conjugate and rapid results in 90 minutes
    • short and overnight protocols

Method :

Competitive ELISA

Species :

Cattle, sheep, goats and other susceptible species

Specimens :

Individual serum and plasma samples ; milk (individual samples or pools of up to 50)

Coated antigen :

p80 purified antigen

Conjugate :

Ready-to-use anti-p80-HRP monoclonal antibody

Incubations :

Short and overnight incubations for serum, plasma and milk

Product reference

Kit format


Plate format

BVDC-5P 5 plates 480 12 x 8-well strips
BVDC-10P 10 plates 960 12 x 8-well strips
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Associated products

Internal reference material

Freeze-dried bovine milk. Read more

Internal reference material

Freeze-dried bovine milk containing anti-BVD specific antibodies. Read more

Internal reference material

Antibody-positive freeze-dried bovine serum. Read more