ID Screen® Schmallenberg virus Indirect Multi-species
Indirect ELISA kit for the detection of anti-Schmallenberg virus (SBV) antibodies in ruminant serum and plasma from multiple species, including cattle, sheep and goats
Please contact IDvet for use on other species.
The first commercial ELISA for SBV serology
High sensitivity and specificity in external validation studies
Approved by the ANSES (France) and FLI (Germany) laboratories
Automatable and therefore suited to high throughput testing
Screening and confirmation formats available
Confirmation format: Each sample is tested in duplicate in a coated well (even columns) and in an adjacent non-coated well (odd columns). Results are calculated with respect to the corrected sample OD value (even well OD – odd well OD).
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