Foot and Mouth Disease


    Foot and Mouth (FMD) 3ABC Disease Antibody Rapid Test

    Offers flexibility for the qualitative detection of FMD Specific antibodies in animal whole blood/Serum or plasma.

  • Read clear and reliable results in 20 minutes.
  • Perfect for field testing and Point of care testing
  • Cold chain management not required for device storage and transportation- Tests can be stored at 2 – 26°C
  • Ready to use tests devices
  • Ready to use devices.
  • Easy to interpret, contains an internal control ‘C’ band for the confirmation that the test has been performed correctly.
    Bovine FMD Indirect ELISA
  • Bovine FMD indirect ELISA kit is a valuable screening procedure for the diagnosis of acute infection.
  • Qualitative results within 2 hr 15 mins.
  • 2 level controls provided with the kit for test validation
  • Uses Protein G-HRP conjugate which yields clean and specific signals corresponding to the antigen.
  • Ready to use reagents.
  • Simple, fast & easy to use kit.

Clinical Significance

Foot and mouth disease (FMD) is a highly contagious viral disease that affects both domesticated and wild cloven-hoofed animals, such as cattle, sheep, and pigs. The incubation period for FMD may range between 1 to 7 days. In extreme cases, this period may range from as little as 12 hours to a maximum of 14 days. Animals susceptible to the FMDV infection can be characterized by a vesicular condition of the buccal mucosa, feet, and mammary glands of females. Particle is taken into a cell of the host. The cell is then forced to manufacture thousands of copies of the virus, and eventually bursts, releasing the new particles in the blood. The virus is genetically highly variable, which limits the effectiveness of vaccination.