Detects antibodies against all Influenza A subtypes and antigenic variants thanks to the use of a monoclonal antibody against a highly conserved epitope of the Influenza A virus nucleoprotein.
- Accurate and reliable results
- Highly sensitive and specific
- Positive and negative reference sera available as internal controls
- Improved workflow
- Easy-to-use, with results in under 2 hours
- Comprehensive data analysis with the ID Soft™program
- Convenient multi-species test applicable to birds, horses, swine. Consult us for use in any other species.
- For avian species, use with egg yolk samples which are easier to collect and cause less stress to the layers
Method :Competitive ELISA
Species :Multiple species, including horses, birds, swine and others
Specimens :Serum, plasma, egg yolk, porcine oral fluid
Coated antigen :Influenza A nucleoprotein (NP)
Conjugate :Anti-NP-HRP conjugate (concentrated 10X)
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Ready to use chicken serum pool containing significant and known antibody level against Avian Influenza virus. Read more
Ready-to-use specific pathogen free (SPF) chicken serum pool. Does not contain any antibodies against any avian pathogen. Read more