Veterinary Diagnostic Kits

Boster Bio has a wide range of veterinary kits for detect infectious animal diseases

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What are these Animal disease diagnostic Kits?

Bosterbio QPCR kits can detect up to 48 individual samples or pooled samples.

Our veterinary kits are able provide accurate data from your various samples speedily. There are no additional mixing steps because it already prepared and dried for your convenient. This product makes you monitor your gene amplification of Ct in every steps of amplified florescent cycle because we add “probe” which include florescence oligo-nucleotide and primers.

This kits can be used for gene expression profiling, target DNA quantification, microbial detection, viral or bacterial pathogen load determination, and it is very helpful in evaluation of primer pair performance for probe-based real-time PCR.

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monitoring disease outbreaks

Our PCR based antibody disease diagnostic kits can be used to monitor epidemic outbreaks.

Our unique veterinary diagnostic assays can be used to detect a number of animal diseases, they can provide crucial information to assist safeguard the well-being of animals. The early detection and control of animal diseases is very important because this can prevent the spreading of zoonotic diseases to humans. These category of immunoassay products are developed to detect numerous parameters for veterinary research and diagnosis.

Our portfolio includes analytes of many different animals such as bovine, equine, avians, fish and ruminants .

These veterinary diagnostic kits are sensitive, specific and reliable, they can also provide results quickly and are easy to perform. These properties are essential if the detection is to be made early as possible.

Veterinary ELISA Kits vs PCR Kits

How animal diseases diagnostic assays differs with PCR kits from Veterinary ELISA kits


PCR is particularly valuable in the early stages of an infection when antibodies have not yet been formed. It provides an instant answer to the current infection. It’s a more sophisticated test, but PCR delivers information about the animal’s or herd’s current infection state, and therefore offers great value to the veterinarian and farmer.

With PCR, it is vital to be early in the infection phase. The window of time for detection is substantially shorter for this type of test. Like ELISA, PCR findings are accessible relatively fast – usually within a few hours. If a breeding organisation wants to perform a semen test to verify they don’t have a virus or disease in the semen, they’ll want findings in three to four hours, and that’s easy to satisfy using PCR.


ELISA has been available globally for more than 20 years, and a lot of expertise has been accumulated. Because ELISA offers herd level information about prior infections, it can test positive for antibodies long after the illness has left the herd, in some circumstances, the host entire life. To detect new infections, veterinarians commonly utilize ELISA antibody levels to track historical changes in the herd. By comparing prior antibody levels with the current situation, they can acquire information into whether a new viral or pathogen infection has recently occurred in the herd.

Mostly many diseases will only actively circulate for roughly three to five days inside a herd. Most of the time, farmers don’t identify the disease transmission this early in the disease cycle.

How QPCR Kits works

These kits contains fluorescent primers and probes designed to specifically target microbes. The primers and probes amplify the target bacteria or virus in the sample and the amount of fluorescence during PCR cycles is measured to determine the amount of target pathogen. Primers and probes against exogenous internal positive control (IPC) are included. The controls should always generate positive results. Negative results from IPC indicate issues with either sample preparation or PCR amplification, usually due to presence of PCR inhibiting substances in the samples.

Compatible samples include serum, plasma, intestinal tissue, intestinal contents, mesenteric lymph nodes, excreta and other samples.


qPCR is a highly sensitive assay and is subject to cross contamination. Laboratory personnel should strictly follow the PCR laboratory best practices. The experimental personnel must be professionally trained. The experimental process should be carried out in separate areas as per instruction. The consumables are only for one-time use only. Equipment and instrumentations should not be cross-used.

Veterinary Diagnostic Kits Features

Here are some quick facts about our Veterinary diagnostic kits



These kits contains dNTPs, PCR enhancers and stabilizers, all optimized for maximize the sensitivity of PRV detection.



Our kit is based on our proprietary technology, which employs 3 monoclonal antibodies to inhibit and dampen the activity of Taq polymerases, thereby preventing non-specific DNA replication at lower temperatures. This enables the kit to be used with a broader variety of sample types.



These kits incorporates the dUTP/UDG system, which degrades the ssDNA and dsDNA that contains Uracil (U), eliminating PCR product-induced cross-contamination.


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