Sandwich ELISA for the detection of Peste des Petits Ruminants virus in live animals or for post-mortem diagnosis
This test does not contain any virus particles.
Equivalent performance to RT-PCR
Improved sensitivity for samples with weak or strong PPRV titres
Flexible test for use with a wide variety of matrices, including oral, nasal or rectal swabs as well as tears, tissue samples, gum debris or PBMC
Convenient and easy-to-use: microplates are supplied coated in strips of 8 wells
Straightforward and rapid protocol, with results in 90 minutes
Practical: you can easily check that all samples have been correctly deposited because the dilution buffer changes color upon addition of the sera
Ovine and caprine
Variety of sample types, including oral, nasal or rectal swabs as well as tears, tissue samples, gum debris or PBMC
Coated antigen :
Anti-PPRV NP antibody
Anti-PPRV-NP Mab-HRP conjugate (concentrated 10X)
PPRAG-1P1 plate9612 x 8-well strips
PPRAG-2P2 plates19212 x 8-well strips
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