Florfenicol Rapid Test (tissue)


For Agricultural Products

Specs:10 T / box
Testing Time:15 mins
Worldwide shipping, free sample
The Florfenicol Rapid Test (tissue)  is based on the Colloidal Gold Immunochromatography to detect the Florfenicol residues in egg. This kit can be applied for on-site or lab rapid testing by various departments.

Performance Information
LOD: 1 ppb

Test Kit
20 pcs
Micro Well Reagents
20 pcs
Extraction Agent(45ml)
2 bottles
20 pcs
Re-Hydration Fluid (4.5ml)
1 bottle
Product Instruction
Storage & shelf-life
At 4~30℃, out of sun light & moisture, 12months

Preprocessing procedure
Refer to the instruction

Test procedure
1. Read the instruction and let the sample at room temperature (20-25℃).
2. Take out the test strip, use within 1h.
3. Drop 100µL of sample into the micro well, pipetting up and down for 6 times to dissolve the reagent. Then, incubate for 5mins at room temperature.
4. Drop all the sample into the sample well, stand for 5mins at room temperature and read the result within 10mins. The result after 10mins is invalid.

Interpretation of results
Negative: line T is same or stronger than line C
Positive: line T lighter than C appear or line T not appear
Invalid: line C does not appear

Results Illustration
Refer to the instruction

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    Trivia questions : What is Florfenicol?

    About florfenicol

    Florfenicol class

    Florfenicol is an antibiotic drug, which produces a broad spectrum of bacteriostatic effects by inhibiting the activity of peptide acyltransferases, and has a broad antibacterial spectrum, including various Gram-positive, negative bacteria and mycoplasma. Sensitive bacteria include bovine and porcine haemophilus, Shigella dysenteriae, Salmonella, E. coli, pneumococcus, influenzae, streptococcus, staphylococcus aureus, chlamydia, leptospira, rickettsial, and the like.

    Florfenicol mechanism of action

    Antibiotics have a broad spectrum of bacteriostatic effects by inhibiting peptide acyltransferase activity, including a wide range of gram-positive, negative bacteria, and mycoplasma. Sensitive bacteria include bovine and porcine haemophilus, Shigella dysenteriae, Salmonella, E. coli, pneumococcus, influenzae, streptococcus, staphylococcus aureus, chlamydia, leptospira, rickettsial, and the like. This product can be diffused into bacterial cells through fat solubility, and mainly acts on the 50s subunit of the bacterial 70s ribosome, inhibits the transpeptidase, hinders the growth of the peptidase, and inhibits the formation of peptide chains, thereby preventing protein synthesis and achieving Antibacterial purpose. This product has a broad antibacterial spectrum and is effective against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria and Mycoplasma. This product is quickly absorbed orally, widely distributed, long half-life, high blood concentration, and long blood maintenance time.

    Florfenicol uses

    Florfenicol veterinary

    It is a new veterinary chloramphenicol broad-spectrum antibacterial agent successfully developed in the late 1980s.
    It was first marketed in Japan in 1990. Norway approved the drug for salmonella in 1993. In 1995, France, the United Kingdom, Austria, Mexico, and Spain approved the treatment of bovine respiratory bacterial diseases. It has also been approved as a feed additive for pigs in Japan and Mexico to prevent and treat bacterial diseases in pigs, and China has now approved the drug.

    Florfenicol powder

    The antibacterial spectrum and antibacterial activity of this product are slightly better than those of sulfomycin, and it has strong antibacterial activity against a variety of Gram-positive bacteria, Gram-negative bacteria and mycoplasma. Hemolytic Pasteurella, Pasteurella multocida, Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae are highly sensitive to this product, and are highly resistant to Streptococcus, Shigella dysenteriae, Salmonella typhi, Klebsiella, large intestine Both Bacillus and Haemophilus influenzae are sensitive. Bacteria can develop acquired resistance to florfenicol and cross-resistance with sulfomycin, but due to the inactivation of acetyltransferase, bacteria resistant to chloramphenicol and this product is still sensitive to it.

    Florfenicol antibiotic

    It is mainly used for bacterial diseases of cattle, pigs, chickens and fish, such as bovine respiratory diseases caused by Pasteurella, Haemophilus, bovine infectious keratoconjunctivitis, actinomyces pleuropneumoniae, and fish scab. It can also be used to treat cow mastitis caused by various pathogenic bacteria.

    Florfenicol veterinary

    Florfenicol dogs

    Florfenicol can be used to treat colds and runny noses in dogs, it can be used to treat bacterial respiratory infections, and it is also effective for mycoplasma. There is no problem in treating common colds, but some viral infections have similar symptoms to colds, such as canine Flu, etc. At this time, using fenfenicol has no effect, it is recommended to seek medical treatment in a timely manner.

    Florfenicol pigs

    It is mainly used to treat various infections caused by sensitive bacteria, especially for respiratory diseases. This product is recommended as the first drug for pasteurellosis (pneumonia of pigs), infectious pleural pneumonia, and haemophilus parasuis. It can also be used to treat various respiratory diseases caused by Streptococcus (pneumonia), Bordetella bronchiseptica (atrophic rhinitis), Mycoplasma pneumoniae (pig asthma).
    It can also be used to treat various respiratory diseases caused by Streptococcus (pneumonia), Bordetella bronchiseptica (atrophic rhinitis), Mycoplasma pneumoniae (pig asthma), salmonellosis (piglet paratyphoid), and E. coli disease (piglets Yellow and white pupa, piglet edema) and other bacterial diseases such as enteritis caused by sensitive bacteria.

    Florfenicol fish

    It is mainly used to treat fish bacterial sepsis, enteritis, erythroderma, etc. caused by Pasteurella, Vibrio, Staphylococcus aureus, hydrophilic single cell, enterobacteria, etc.

    Florfenicol in poultry

    Treatment of intestinal diseases, respiratory diseases and mycoplasma infections caused by avian sensitive bacteria and mycoplasma infection. Such as avian colibacillosis, chicken whitefly, pasteurosis, typhoid fever, paratyphoid fever, cholera, bacterial infection of the intestinal tract of the bird, pericarditis, perihepatitis, peritonitis, bacterial swelling syndrome, necrotic enteritis, duck infectivity Serositis and so on. Symptoms: birds stretch their necks and open their mouths to breathe, panting, tracheal bleeding, shaking their heads, runny nose, swollen heads, bowel infections, salpingitis, etc.; autopsy is common: liver swelling of sick birds, yellow and white on the liver surface and hear Cellulose membrane, yellow cheese-like secretions, etc.

    Florfenicol toxicity

    Has a strong immunosuppressive effect, about 6 times stronger than chloramphenicol.
    Long-term oral administration can cause digestive disorders, symptoms of vitamin deficiency or double infection.
    Embryo toxic, be used with caution during pregnancy and lactation.

    Florfenicol human toxicity

    It is hematologically toxic and although it does not cause irreversible bone marrow aplastic anemia, its reversible inhibition of red blood cell production is more common than chloramphenicol.

    Florfenicol poisoning

    Overdose chickens have a faster onset and begin to show depression, loose feathers, sagging wings, neck closure with eyes closed, sacroiliac joints landing, standing unstable or falling to the ground due to loss of balance; chickens with slightly lower doses The onset was slightly slower, showing excitement, dyskinesia, shaking his neck, shaking his head, whole body tremor, whirring in circles, running forward unintentionally, and suddenly falling to the ground and convulsing to death; light doses and prolonged manifestations of depression, breath opening, feeding, Drinking water increased, loose feathers, squatting still, row of yellow-white or light green and watery thin stools, and finally gradually died and died.

    Florfenicol poisoning treatment

    After the chickens are diagnosed with florfenicol poisoning, stop using the drug immediately, add 3% to 5% glucose and various vitamins in drinking water, and add probiotics and acid preparations to feed and drinking water to restore stomach The intestinal environment and reconstruction of the bacterial population balance system can effectively control the disease within 4 to 5 days.


    Florfenicol is a broad-spectrum antibacterial drug. Because of its fast absorption, wide distribution, and half-life field, oral florfenicol is favored by farmers and has a wide range of antibacterial properties. Florfenicol powder is mainly used to treat livestock and poultry diseases. But the treatable diseases are quite different. The more florfenicol is used, the more likely florfenicol remains in agricultural products.
    The Florfenicol Rapid Test (tissue) kit provided by BALLYA can effectively detect Florfenicol in agricultural products. This kit is not only simple to operate, but also has a short test time and high accuracy, and the test results comply with EU standards. Can effectively ensure the safety of agricultural products.
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