Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA)

 
 

Equine infectious anemia (EIA) virus causes a persistent infection in horses, resulting in periodic episodes of fever, anemia, thrombocytopenia, leukopenia and weight loss. The virus may be transferred in utero or horizontally by biting flies, contaminated needles or mother's milk. Once a horse is infected with EIA, it will test positive for antibody to the virus in serological tests and remain infected for life.

 
Equine Infectious Anemia

Testing Solutions

ELISA


IDEXX cELISA EIA Test

Availability/Distribution: Worldwide

 
 

 

IDEXX cELISA EIA Test

Part Number: 99-00124
(1 plate/strips)

  • Serum samples
  • Competitive ELISA format
  • 45-minute assay time
  • Visual test interpretation with optional spectrophotometric results
 

Other


IDEXX AGID EIA Test

Availability/Distribution: Worldwide

 

IDEXX AGID EIA Test

Part Number: 99-00123
(230 tests)

  • Contains reagents for up to 230 tests
  • Serum samples
  • 24-hour assay read time
  • Bright, clean lines for easy reading
  • Virtually no nonspecific lines, leading to high specificity
 
 

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