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Avian Mycoplasmoses

ID Screen® MG/MS Indirect


Recombinant protein-based indirect ELISA for the detection of anti-M. gallisepticum and M. synoviae antibodies in chicken and turkey sera, to monitor the flock’s immune status

Positive results should be confirmed using the separate ID Screen® Mycoplasma gallisepticum Indirect or ID Screen® Mycoplasma synoviae Indirect ELISAs, and then by other methods such as Rapid Slide Agglutination (RSA).

Note: the same convenient protocol (buffers, incubation times and temperatures) is used for most ID Screen® poultry kits.





  • The use of recombinant proteins allows for improved specificity, low background, earlier detection of seroconversion and higher analytical sensitivity
  • No cross-reactions with other mycoplasmas
  • Short incubation times: results in 75 minutes (30-30-15 protocol)
  • Applicable to chickens and turkeys
  • May be used with egg yolk samples which are easier to collect and cause less stress to the layers
  • Comprehensive data analysis with the ID Soft™program
  • Positive and negative reference sera available as internal controls
  • Validated for use with Serum Transport Cards, allowing for practical and safe shipment of blood or serum samples to the lab

Method :

Indirect ELISA

Species :

Chickens (broilers, breeders and layers) and turkeys

Specimens :

Serum or egg yolk

Coated antigen :

M. gallisepticum and synoviae antigens

Conjugate :

Anti-chicken-HRP conjugate (concentrated 10X)

Product reference

Kit format


Plate format

MG/MS-5P 5 plates 480 12 x 8-well strips
MG/MS-10P 10 plates 960 12 x 8-well strips

Associated products

Serum transport
Internal reference material

Chicken serum pool, positive for multiple avian diseases, for use with various ID Screen® kits. Consult us for more information. Read more

Internal reference material

Ready-to-use specific pathogen free (SPF) chicken serum pool. Does not contain any antibodies against any avian pathogen. Read more