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The solution of ASFV detection for porcine samples.

.Whole blood
Draw whole blood extracted via jugular vein puncture, the
inferior vena cava, or the auricular veins, or during the necropsy
using sterile tubes using sterile tubes with anticoagulant (EDTA).

 

.Sera
Draw whole blood extracted via jugular vein puncture, the inferior vena cava, or the auricular veins, or during the necropsy using sterile tubes using sterile tubes without anticoagulant.

 

.Organs and tissue samples
Although all porcine organs and tissues can be used to check for the presence of ASFV (mainly in the acute and subacute forms of the disease), the target organs are spleen, lymph nodes, liver, tonsil, heart, lung, and kidney. Of these, spleen and lymph nodes are the most important as they usually contain the highest amounts of virus. Bone marrow is also useful in incidents involving dead wild animals, as it might be the only tissue that is comparatively well preserved if an animal has been dead for some time. Intra-articular tissues of joints can be examined to check for the presence of low virulent isolates.

 

.Oral fluid
SBC Oral Fluid Collection Kit (coming soon…)

The solution of ASFV detection on hard surface.
SBC Environmental Swab Collection Kit (coming soon…)

The solution of ASFV detection in drinking water.
SBC Water Sample Preparation Kit (coming soon…)

The solution of ASFV detection in feed.
SBC Water Feed Preparation Kit (coming soon…)

The solution of ASFV detection on trucks, boots and tools.
SBC Environmental Swab Collection Kit (coming soon…)

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