Horse ELISA Kits

Horses have large bodies, with a lot of blood, and they are much more sensitive to certain antigen substances. So the research on serology in medicine and the manufacture of immune serum for biological products are usually carried out on horse species. For example, the development of horse serum against bungarus multicinctus venom and Alpha-fetoprotein serum for early diagnosis of liver cancer is carried out by using horse species. Horses are also used to produce specific antiserum or antibiotics, such as anti-diphtheria serum, tetanus antiserum, and others. Horses can also be used in the study of infectious diseases, like the study of equine infectious anemia for hemolytic anemia in humans, and research on hereditary diseases, such as the research on aniridia, cerebellar degeneration, leukoplakia, and others. The more common indicators of our horse ELISA kits are Horse CRR ELISA kits, Horse IL-1βELISA kits, Horse TESTO ELISA kits, etc.

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Horse ELISA Kits Types

How to Prepare Feces Samples from Horse?

For the preparation of the feces samples, please find the steps below.

  • For one well, collect 300mg before homogenization. Mince the samples into small pieces and homogenized them in 500ul of PBS with a glass homogenizer on ice. 

  • After that, the homogenates were centrifugated for 15 minutes at 1500×g (or 5000 rpm).

  • Collect the supernate and assay immediately or aliquot and store samples at -20°C or -80°C.

What Is the Difference between the Sensitivity and Lowest Detection Limit for Horse Elisa Kits?

Sensitivity and minimum detection limit are different concepts, the two are not equivalent.

Sensitivity is the smallest variation range of the kit to detect the difference change. This is calculated in the production process of the kit.

The lowest detection limit is measured as a high concentration of known samples, after N times dilution and calculating the CV of different dilutions until the CV exceeds the requirements of the general kit for CV, this concentration is the lowest detection limit of this kit.

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