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Acuvet ELISA pig CRP

Immunoenzymatic test for the determination of C-reactive protein in pigs

Testing C-reactive protein can indicate the health and welfare status of animals on farms, or provide quantitative information on inflammation in experimental trials. Test with confidence using a species-specific, sensitive, and reliable test.


Available formats

Acuvet ELISA pig CRP, 96 test
Acuvet ELISA pig CRP, 192 test

Uses and advantages of our test

As a major acute-phase protein in pigs, CRP is a sensitive and fast-responder biomarker. It is used to detect and monitor inflammation or infection, even subclinical conditions.  When our CRP test is used in combination with Pig-MAP, you can be sure of high sensitivity in the detection of various diseases, and a reliable measure of animal health-and-welfare status. Our test provides a species-specific, properly validated assay to test with confidence. The ELISA method provides more sensitivity compared with turbidimetric analysis, and is also valid for hemolyzed samples.



• Species-specific
• Limit of detection: 2 ng/mL
• Working range: 7-220 ng/mL
• Assay time: 90 min
• Reading: 450 nm
• Matrix: Serum, plasma, others
• Valid for hemolyzed samples

Sandwich-type ELISA with polyclonal antibodies specific for pig CRP.

Porcine-specific standard calibrated with an internal reference material. There is not an international standard for pig CRP. 

Internal validation according to Eurachem´s guidelines.

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Research project BIOMPOR

Research project BIOMPOR

Our project BIOMPOR: New methodologies for the analysis of animal welfare biomarkers in pig production, will receive funding from the Government of Aragon. Funds will come from the program of aids for business projects, aimed to industrial transformation and...

New scientific publication

New scientific publication

Purification and determination of C-reactive protein and inter-α-trypsin inhibitor heavy chain 4 in dogs after major surgery through generation of specific antibodies. In this study published in Veterinary Immunology Immunopathology (Soler et al., Vet Immunol...

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