The Brucella Antibody Rapid Test Kit is based on indirect immunochromatographic assay, to detect brucellosis antibody in serum, plasma, blood and milk samples, which is rapid, accurate and easy-to-operate. The test time is 15min.
Brucellosis, also known as undulant fever, Mediterranean fever is a zoonosis and the infection is almost invariably transmitted by direct or indirect contact with infected animals or their products. Expansion of animal industries and urbanization, and the lack of hygienic measures in animal husbandry and in food handling partly account for brucellosis remaining a public health hazard. Expansion of international travel which stimulates the taste for exotic dairy goods such as fresh cheeses which may be contaminated, and the importation of such foods into Brucella-free regions, also contribute to the ever-increasing concern over human brucellosis.
Introduction of Brucella Antibody Rapid Test Kit
The Brucella Antibody Rapid Test Kit is based on indirect immunochromatographic assay, to detect brucella antibody in serum, plasma, blood and milk samples, which is rapid, accurate and easy-to-operate.
Application of this Brucella Antibody Rapid Test Kit
Serum, blood, plasma and milk of cattle, sheep, goat
Technical Details of this Brucella Antibody Rapid Test Kit
||Brucella Antibody Rapid Test Kit
||50 tests per box
||Indirect lateral flow immunoassay
||Bovine, goat, sheep
||>90% compared with indirect brucella antibody ELISA kit
||2- 30 oC or 2-8 oC
Note: this kit does not contain any contagious objects, it is safe to use. Only samples shall be treated carefully.
Brucella Antibody Rapid Test Kit Components
- Rapid Test Cassette, 50 pcs
- Sample buffer, 2 pcs
- Disposable pipette, 50 pcs
- Kit instruction, 1 set
- Nielsen, K. H., Wright, P. F., Kelly, W. A., & Cherwonogrodzky, J. H. (1988). A review of enzyme immunoassay for detection of antibody to Brucella abortus in cattle. Veterinary immunology and immunopathology, 18(4), 331-347.
- Nielsen, K., Smith, P., Gall, D., Perez, B., Cosma, C., Mueller, P., ... & Bosse, J. (1996). Development and validation of an indirect enzyme immunoassay for detection of antibody to Brucella abortus in milk. Veterinary Microbiology, 52(1-2), 165-173.