Indian Journal of Animal Research

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Indian Journal of Animal Research, volume 37 issue 2 (july to december 2003) : 145 - 146

DETECTION OF IBD VIRUS USING DOT ELISA WITH DIFFERENT BLOCKING AGENTS

M. Parthiban*, S. Manoharan, G. Ravikumar, N. Daniel Joy Chandran, G. Rajavelu
1Vaccine Research Centre-Viral Vaccines, Centre for Animal Health Studies, Madhavaram Milk Colony, Chennai - 600 051, India
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Cite article:- Parthiban* M., Manoharan S., Ravikumar G., Chandran Joy Daniel N., Rajavelu G. (2024). DETECTION OF IBD VIRUS USING DOT ELISA WITH DIFFERENT BLOCKING AGENTS. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 37(2): 145 - 146. doi: .
The different blocking agents viz., BSA, gelatin, skim milk powder and acetic acid were used in dot-ELISA for detection of IBD virus from field samples to find out the sensitivity of the assay. Gelatin and BSA were equally sensitive and skim milk powder was found to be one fold increase in terms of sensitivity as well as intensity of colour reaction. Glacial acetic acid (diluted and undiluted) has produced only mild colour reaction with less sensitivity.
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