African Swine Fever Virus antigen ASFV Ag RT-PCR Kit

$400.00

RT-PCR Kit to detect ASF antigen in swine serum/plasma, tissue extract, feed, environmental samples, etc. 40min to get digital result, fast and reliable

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Description

African swine fever (ASF) is a severe viral disease affecting domestic and wild pigs;More recently (since 2007) the disease has been reported in multiple countries across Africa, Asia and Europe, in both domestic and wild pigs. In 2018 and 2019, ASFV is spreading quickly to Asia, Southeast Asia. In countries like China, Vietnam, etc now ASFV are becoming big threat to local animal farming.

The current African Swine Fever Virus antigen ASFV Ag RT-PCR Kit is applicable to detect ASF P72 antigen sequence in swine serum / plasma / tissue extrat, etc. which only takes  40min to get a visible result. No extraction for blood/serum sample.

This Product

African Swine Fever Virus antigen ASFV Ag RT-PCR Kit is applicable to detect ASF P72 antigen sequence in swine serum/plasma, tissue extract, feed, environmental samples,  40min to get visual result, fast and reliable.

Note: this kit does not contain any contagious materials, which is not hazardous to human or animal.
Note: this kit is validated by Ministry of Agriculture, Center for Animal Disease Control

Package Size

50Tests per kit. Customized package and OEM service are also available.

Performance

This kit is 100% specific to ASF antigen and does not cross react with other swine virus.

The sensitivity is 100% when testing the ASF standard sample provided by CDC. The performance of this RT-PCR kit is comparable with OIE recommend RT-PCR protocol.

Delivery

This kit is delivered under ROOM temperature with ice pack. Long term storage shall be at -20 degree celcius or below

Limitations

This kit is a fast RT-PCR Kit, which can detect the ASF sequence in 40min with samples like serum, plasma, etc..
In order to detect environmental samples, feed, feces, urine, etc, extra extraction is required to enhance the detecability.

Publications

to be added.

References

Remarks

This kit is validated by Ministry of Agriculture, and documented in the list release by CDC.