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ELISA Sets, Kits and Controls for the Detection of Plant Bacteria
Assay type: DAS ELISA using polyclonal antisera from rabbit
Host range: cucurbits. Transmission by infested seed and overhead irrigation
Recommended in EPPO Diagnostic Standard PM 7/127 (1) Acidovorax citrulli
Antiserum ex rabbit for Immuno fluorescence
Assay type: DAS ELISA using polyclonal antisera from goat
Host range: tomatoes, some solanaceous weeds. Transmission: infected seed
For rapid detection of Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. michiganensis in suspected cultures
Antiserum ex goat for Immuno Fluorescence
Assay type: DAS ELISA using polyclonal antiserum from goat
Host range: eggplant, potato, solanaceous weed. Transmission: infected potato tubers
For rapid detection of Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. sepedonicus in suspected cultures
Antiserum ex goat for Immuno Fluorescence
Assay type: DAS ELISA using polyclonal antiserum from rabbit. This antiserum recognizes Dickeya solani as well
Host range: Chrysanthemum, carrot, chicory, tomato, potato and other species, especially important for potatoes. Transmission: infested soil and tubers
Antiserum ex rabbit for Immuno Fluorescence. Positive reaction with Dickeya solani
Assay type: DAS ELISA using polyclonal antiserum from rabbit
Host range: apple, pear, quince, other rosaceous trees and shrubs. Transmission: aerosols. infested host materials, ins
Host range: Poaceae, especially maize.Transmission: infested seed and insect vectors
Antiserum ex rabbit for Immuno Fluorescence
Host range: mostly associated with potatoes. Transmission : infested seed tubers
Host range: beans.Transmission: infested seed
Host range: Cucurbits. Transmission: infested debris, seed, soil
Host range: peas. Transmission: infested debris, soil, seed
Host range: tomatoes. Transmission: infested plant debris, leaves, seeds, soil
Host range: extremely wide. Important hosts are banana, pelargonium, potato, tobacco. Soil-borne Disease. Infection through infected plant material
For rapid detection of Ralstonia solanacearum in suspected cultures
Host range. many species, especially amongst ornamental plants. Can cause stunting of plants, fasciation and deformation, leafy galls and witches broom. Transmission by infested seed.
Bacterial blight of hazelnut. Host range. hazelnut. Epiphytic bacterium which can penetrate through stomata into buds leaves and new shoots. Transmission by pollen to female flowers possible.
Assay: DAS ELISA using polyclonal antibodies ex rabbit. Infection by grafting and infested plant material.
Host range: Prunus spp.
Xanthomonas campestris pv. begaoniae. Bacterial leaf and spot blight, Ölfleckenkrankheit. Host range: Begoniae. Infection by contact, propagation of infected plants, soil, water
Bakterieller Bohnenbrand, Common blight, fuscous blight. Host range: beans and some other legumes. Transmission: infested seed,soil. Bacterium invades the leaf through stomata and wounds.
Host range: Lobelia
Blackrot disease, Blight and Leafspot Disease, Black Veins. Host range: Brassica ssp. Infection by infested debris and soil
Bacterial Spot, Bacterial Scab, Blackspot Disease of tomatoes. Host range: Various Solanaceae esp. pepper and tomato. Infection by infested soil, seed and seedlings. Contamination upon handling
Assay type: DAS ELISA using polyclonal antibodies ex rabbit. Infection by grafting and infested plant material.
Host range: Rutaceae
Angular Leafspot of strawberry. Host range: Fragaria spp.. Infection by infested leaves and runners.
Xanthomonas campestris pv. pelargonii. Host range: pelargonium. Infection through cuttings
For rapid detection of Xanthomonas hortorum pv. pelargonii in suspected cultures
Pseudomonas oryzae, Xanthomonas oryzae. Bacterial Blight of rice. Host range: rice. Infection through hydathodes, roots,wound of leaves, seed transmission possible.
Host range: OLIVE, citrus, grapevine, periwinkle, many other economically important trees, shrubs, weed
Antiserum ex rabbit for Immuno Fluorescence. Recommended in EPPO Diagnostic Protocol PM7/24(2)
Xanthomonas ampelina. Bacterial Blight of grapevine. Host range: grapevine. Transmission by grafting, contaminated pruning knives, rain