Cat. No.: SV-104896

SVANOVIR F.hepatica-Ab (2 ELISA plates)

For detection of F. hepatica specific antibodies (Availability/distribution: Outside the U.S. and Canada) [Read more]

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The SVANOVIR F.hepatica-Ab is an Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) for the detection of F. hepatica specific antibodies in bovine serum/plasma, meat juice and milk samples (individual and bulk tank milk). The test is based on the E/S protein and detects antibodies to Fasciola hepatica (F. hepatica) in dairy and beef cattle. The SVANOVIR F.hepatica-Ab has been validated using naturally infected populations and is the first test enabling the identification of herds and individuals that exceed an acceptable level of infection. 

Features and benefits:

  • Test enables identification of F. hepatica specific antibodies during and after infection
  • Get reliable results and find infections before standard testing methods through E/S protein-based analysis that detects antibodies in immature stages of the parasite and subclinical disease states
  • Monitor at various stages of production on the farm, dairy or slaughterhouse and on herds or large numbers of individual animals through milk, serum and meat juice testing
  • New - now with ready-to-use conjugate!

    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 Parasite
    Product type Ready-to-use assay
    Species Ruminants
    Pathogen investigated Fasciola hepatica
    Technology ELISA
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    2. Fox NH et al. Predicting impacts of climate change of Fasciola hepatica risk. PLOS ONE, 2011;6(1):e216126.doi:10.1371/journal. pone.0016126