Cat. No.: SV-104909

SVANOVIR TGEV/PRCV-Ab (2 ELISA plates)

For detection and/or differentiation of specific antibodies to Transmissible Gastroenteritis and Porcine Respiratory Coronavirus (Availability/distribution: Outside the U.S. and Canada) [Read more]

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The SVANOVIR TGEV/PRCV-Ab is a blocking ELISA enabling detection and/or differentiation of antibodies to Transmissible Gastroenteritis Virus and Porcine Respiratory Coronavirus in porcine serum samples. The assay is a very helpful tool for outbreak investigations, eradication programs and herd screenings prior to movement of pigs.


Features and benefits:

  • Unique: The first and only antibody ELISA that accurately differentiates between Transmissible Gastroenteritis Virus and Porcine Respiratory Coronavirus.
  • High specificity, the assay for confirming TGEV infection
  • Validated for application in domestic pigs and wild boars
  • Prescribed test method for international trade by OIE

    For up-to-date licensing information and product-specific disclaimers, see the respective handbook or user manual. Assays for veterinary use only. Regulatory requirements vary by country, product may not be available in your geographic area. PCR and ELISA kits availability/distribution: Outside the U.S. and Canada

    Pathogen type Virus
    Product type Ready-to-use assay
    Species Swine
    Pathogen investigated Transmissible Gastroenteritis Virus / Porcine Respiratory Coronavirus
    Technology ELISA
    Handbooks
    Handbook SVANOVIR TGEV/PRCV-Ab (April 2021, EN)
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    1. Carman et al., 2002: Field validation of a commercial blocking ELISA to differentiate antibody to transmissible gastroenteritis virus (TGEV) and porcine respiratory coronavirus and to identify TGEV-infected swine herds. J Vet Diagn Invest 14:97-105.


    2. Hälli, O., Ala-Kurikka, E., Nokireki, T., Skrzypczak, T, Raunio-Saarnisto, M., Peltoniemi, O.A.T., Heinonen, M. (2012): Prevalence of and risk factors associated with viral and bacterial pathogens in farmed European wild boar. Volume 194, Issue 1, Pages 98-101.