Diagnostic

In farms with a clinical or even a latent infection, the disease is identified by isolating the pathogen. Since Salmonella bacteria are not shed continuously, the most suitable method for this is the testing of several pooled faecal samples obtained from different pens. The herd can also be screened by collecting swipe samples from the floor and surroundings in order to identify introduction routes and areas in the pig houses with particularly high pathogen burdens.

Methods that can be additionally used to test sow farms for Salmonella include serological antibody detection or bacteriological detection in the ileocaecal lymph nodes.

Ceva, Swine samples from environment

Ceva, sock swaps as pooled feces samples

Find here the  comprehensive information about the latest development in PCR technology to differentiate Salmonella field strain from vaccination strain and to determine  S. Typhimurium:

The new PCR kit offers some key advantages compared to the classic microbiological approach

  • Time: after an enrichment step (required for any analysis), differentiation will only take about 2 hours, instead of up to 5 days
  • Matrices: the PCR can be performed from bacterial culture material, or directly from samples (swabs, boot socks, enrichment step required)
  • Information: in addition to the reliable differentiation of the vaccine from field strains, the kit also identifies if a field strain is S. Typhimurium or S. spp  

The product number at Biotecon for the STM Vaccine Detection 1 Kit is V 900 03, the kit contains 48 reactions, List price is 650,00€, kits are on stock.    

If there are any questions concerning the kit, please contact Biotecon. Trainings are offered in the facilities in Germany, or on site at the customer lab, if required.

Contact the order department: order@bc-diagnostics.com
or call +49 (0) 331 2300-200
Validation Report available on request: bcd@bc-diagnostics.com

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