Classical swine fever (CSF) is a highly contagious and economically significant viral disease of pigs. The severity of the illness varies with the strain of the virus, the age of the pig, and the immune status of the herd. Acute infections, which are caused by highly virulent isolates and have a high mortality rate in naive herds, are more likely to be diagnosed rapidly. However, infections with less virulent isolates can be more difficult to recognize, particularly in older pigs. The range of clinical signs and its clinical similarity to other diseases can make classical swine fever challenging to diagnose. Although classical swine fever was once widespread, many countries have eradicated this disease from domesticated swine. CSF was eradicated from the U.S in 1978.
This product is a mouse monoclonal antibody against Classical swine fever virus. The immunogen used is a commercial CSFV vaccine. This product can be used in immunoassay for the detection of CSFV.
ELISA, lateral flow immunoassay, and other immunoassays
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