MaxSignal® Furazolidone (AOZ) ELISA Test Kit


Catalog# Product Name Quantity US List Price
1015-03 MaxSignal® Furazolidone (AOZ) ELISA Test Kit
1 x 96 wells



  • Offers a rapid and cost-effective extraction methods for various samples offering recovery rates of 80 – 95%
  • Offers a single extraction protocol to for the analysis of AHD, SEM, AMOZ and AOZ
  • High sensitivity - 0.02 ppb
  • Low detection limit - 0.04 ppb
  • A quick ELISA assay
  • High reproducibility





The MaxSignal® Furazolidone (AOZ) ELISA Test Kit provides a competitive enzyme immunoassay for the quantitative analysis of furazolidone in feed, fish, shrimp, meat, eggs, honey, milk, serum and urine.

To reduce the time and costs associated with sample extraction, Bioo Scientific has developed a single protocol that can be used for testing samples with all of our ELISAs for the detection of nitrofuran antibiotics. Now you can take one sample, perform one extraction and test for AHD, SEM, AMOZ and AOZ.

Furazolidone belongs to the class of 5-nitrofuran antibiotics and has been widely and effectively used for the prevention and treatment of gastrointestinal infections caused by Escherichia coli and Salmonella spp. in cattle, pigs and poultry. It was also used as a growth promoter in food-producing animals. However, both WHO and the European Union (EU) are unable to assign a maximum residue limit for furazolidone because of the potential carcinogenic effects of its residues on human health. As a consequence, the administration of furazolidone to food-producing animals has been prohibited.

This kit is manufactured to the international quality standard ISO 9001:2008. ISO CI#: SARA-2009-CA-0114-02-A


Kit Specs

PLATE: 1 x 96 well (Removable 8 wells x 12 strips)

MEASUREMENT: microtiter plate reader (450 nm)

TESTS PER KIT: The kit has the capacity for 96 determinations or testing of 42 samples in duplicate

STANDARDS: 0 / 0.02 / 0.06 / 0.18 / 0.54 / 1.62 ppb



SHELF LIFE & STORAGE: 12 Months when properly stored

MaxSignal® Furazolidone (AOZ) ELISA Detection Limits