African Swine Fever Rapid Test Kit is used to detect ASFV antigen and antibody in swine blood, serum, fast, easy and affordable. Suitable for field and lab test.
African swine fever is a highly contagious and deadly viral disease affecting both domestic and wild pigs of all ages. ASF is not a threat to human health and cannot be transmitted from pigs to humans. It is not a food safety issue. As a key to ASFV eradication program, antibody testing shows great significance and importance in the very beginning and in the whole process. To detect the antibody in swine serum and plasma samples, high sensitivity, reproducibility and stability are required.
RINGBIO African Swine Fever Rapid Test Kits
RINGBIO's ASFV antibody test kit is a new lateral flow immuoassay test card to do so, which requires only 10ul serum/plasma and after a single dilution and 10min reaction, the result can be obtained and observed by visual identification - by eye or by rapid test kit reader.
According to field test run by clients in different laboratories, the kit has demonstrated great performance, which helped a lot in local veterinary labs.
Check these links below to find more information about African Swine Fever Rapid Test.
Product code C30011, ASFV ab rapid test kit (antibody of african swine fever virus)
Product code C30021, ASFV ag rapid test kit (antigen of african swine fever virus)
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To learn more about African swine fever virus and its impact on global swine industry, please OIE and USDA website for more information.
- OIE African Swine Fever, http://www.oie.int/en/animal-health-in-the-world/animal-diseases/african-swine-fever/
- USDA African Swine Fever, https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/ourfocus/animalhealth/animal-disease-information/swine-disease-information/african-swine-fever/african-swine-fever
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