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Protocol (ELISA)

DAS ELISA Method

Prepare coating antibody in coating buffer at recommended dilution and dispense (200 μL) into wells of an ELISA plate.

Incubate 4hrs at 37oC.

Wash plate x4 with wash buffer and blot dry.

Prepare sample by homogenising plant material in extraction buffer 1/10 (w/v) and dispense (200 μL) into test wells. Incubate overnight at 4oC.

Wash plate x4 with wash buffer and blot dry.

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QUALITY SOLUTIONS TO YOUR TESTING REQUIREMENTS

SASA antibodies and ELISA reagents are produced under a quality system compliant to BS EN ISO 9001 2015. Accreditation to this standard was achieved in July 2001. All SASA antibodies have been extensively tested during development and all ELISA reagent sets can be supplied with Quality Control documentation.

Potato Stores 2008

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2009

Arable Crops 2008

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2009

Application form for PQU Licence

Use this application form to apply to import potato material for planting into the UK from outside the EU.

Contact Plant_health_licensing@sasa.gov.scot  for more information.

The potato quarantine section of this web site has more information on quarantine testing at SASA.

 

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Licence Application for soil, plant material and prohibited organisms

Use this application form if you wish to apply to import or keep soil, plant material or organisms in Scotland that is normally prohibited (The Plant Health (Scotland) Order 2005).

Contact Plant_health_licensing@sasa.gov.scot for more information.

 

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2018

Plant Health Licensing

SASA issues plant health licences on behalf of Scottish Ministers

Pest and pathogen diagnosis and surveillance

Pest and pathogen diagnosis is an essential part of the plant health support for the Scottish Government and is the basis of much of the plant health advice given.

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