Price list for specific virus tests

Prices include all costs and are noted per sample.
For large numbers of samples or contracts, please contact us.

*see also guidelines for submitting samples
** during workdays, after submitting the sample as agreed

Organism

Matrix*

Required amount of sample

Method of analysis

Normal duration of analysis**

Price (€/sample )
excl. VAT

Tomato yellow leaf curl
(Sardinia) virus
Tomato At least 5 (symptomatic) plant parts, preferably from the top half of the plant, including the growth tip Screening : TAS-ELISA method
BELAC
5-10 days 1 sample 67,00
2nd - 5th sample 16,00
6th – 10th sample 9,00
11nd – 20th sample 7,00
21st and next 5,00
Tomato yellow leaf curl
(Sardinia) virus
Tomato At least 5 (symptomatic) plant parts, preferably from the top half of the plant, including the growth tip Real-time PCR as confirmation test in case of positive screening result 5-15 days 1 sample 102,00
2nd - 5th sample + 41,00
6th – 10th sample + 21,00
11nd sample and next contact lab
Pospiviroïden Plants and reproductive material At least 5 (symptomatic) plant parts, preferably leaves Screening : RT-PCR 5-15 days 1 sample 102,00
2nd - 5th sample + 41,00
6th – 10th sample + 21,00
11nd sample and next contact lab
Pospiviroïden Plants and reproductive material At least 5 (symptomatic) plant parts, preferably leaves Sequencing as confirmation of a positive RT-PCR screening 7-20 days +51,00
Plum pox virus
(sharka)
Plants and reproductive material 10 or more (symptomatic) leaves, flowers or fruits
– dispersed sampling throughout the tree. In Winter twigs and dormant buds can be sampled (>5)
Screening: DAS-ELISA method
BELAC
5-10 days 1 sample 67,00
2nd - 5th sample +16,00
6th – 10th sample +9,00
11nd – 20th sample +7,00
21st and next +5,00
Plum pox virus
(sharka)
Plants and reproductive material 10 or more (symptomatic) leaves, flowers or fruits
– dispersed sampling throughout the tree. In Winter twigs and dormant buds can be sampled (>5)
qRT-PCR as confirmation test in case of a positive screening result BELAC 5-15 days 1 sample 102,00
2nd - 5th sample +41,00
6th – 10th sample +21,00
11nd sample and next contact lab
Potato virus Y (PVY),
Potato virus X (PVX),
Potato virus S (PVS),
Potato virus M (PVM),
Potato virus A (PVA),
Potato leaf roll virus (PLRV)
Seed potatoes – (mini)tubers 110 tubers Grow on (ELISA on leaves) 4-7 weeks PVY+PVX+PVS+PVM+
PVA+PLRV
153,00
Potato virus Y (PVY),
Potato virus X (PVX),
Potato virus S (PVS),
Potato leaf roll virus (PLRV)
Seed potatoes – (mini)tubers 110 tubers Real-time -PCR on tubers 5-15 days PVY+PVX 175,00
PVY+PVX+PLRV 185,00
PVY+PVX+PLRV+PVS 195,00
Potato virus M (PVM),
Potato virus S (PVS)
Seed potatoes – (mini)tubers 110 tubers RT-PCR on tubers 5-15 days 199,00
Tobacco rattle virus Trichodoridae in soil min 200 ml extraction and identification Trichodoridae by microscopic analysis confirmation by qPCR 5-15 days 195,00

List analyses by ELISA method (= standard analysis):

Organism
Apple proliferation phytoplasma
Arabis mosaic virus
Asparagus virus 2
Barley stripe mosaic virus
Barley yellow dwarf virus
Bean common mosaic virus
Bean golden mosaic virus
Bean leaf roll virus
Beet necrotic yellow vein virus
Broad bean wilt virus 1 en 2
Cauliflower mosaic virus
Celery mosaic virus
Cherry leaf roll virus
Chrysanthemum stem necrosis virus
Chrysanthemum virus B
Cucumber green mottle mosaic virus
Cucumber mosaic virus
Cymbidium mosaic virus
Hydrangea ringspot virus
Impatiens necrotic spot virus
Iris yellow spot virus
Leek yellow stripe virus
Lettuce mosaic virus
Luteo viruses
Mirafiori lettuce big-vein virus
Moroccan watermelon mosaic virus
Odontoglossum ringspot virus
Papaya ringspot virus
Pea enation mosaic virus 1 en 2
Pea seed-borne mosaic virus
Pepino mosaic virus
Plum pox virus
Potato leaf roll virus
Potato virus A
Potato virus M
Potato virus S
Potato virus X
Potato virus Y
Prunus necrotic ringspot virus
Raspberry ringspot virus
Strawberry latent ringspot virus
Squash mosaic virus
Strawberry mild yellow edge virus
Tobacco mosaic virus
Tobacco rattle virus
Tobacco ringspot virus
Tomato aspermy virus
Tomato mosaic virus
Apple chlorotic leafspot virus
Apple mosaic virus
Tomato ringspot virus
Tomato spotted wilt virus
Tospoviruses
Watermelon mosaic virus
Zuchini yellow mosaic virus
Hosta virus X
Southern bean mosaic virus
Alfalfa mosaic virus
Beet yellows virus
Carnation ringspot virus
Cucumber yellow stunting disorder virus
Sowbane mosaic virus
Tomato black ring virus
Turnip mosaic virus

This list is not limitative (please contact the lab for further information)

List analyses by RNA/DNA test (=moleculare analysis)


Organism
Tomato ringspot virus
Cucumber mosaic virus
Watermelon mosaic virus
Zucchini yellow mosaic virus
Papaya ringspot virus
Tomato spotted wilt virus
Phytoplasma: general detection test
Phytoplasma: Apple proliferation Group test
Phytoplasma: stolbur group
Apple proliferation phytoplasma
Pear decline Phytoplasma
European stone fruit phytoplamsa (C. Phytoplasma prunorum)
Potato spindle tuber viroid
Pepino mosaic virus
Plum Pox virus (sharka)
pospiviroids
Little cherry 1&2
Tomato yellow leaf curl virus
Tomato yellow leaf curl Sardinia virus
Columnea latent viroid
Tomato infectious chlorosis virus
Tomato chlorosis virus
Cucumber vein yellowing virus
Cucumber yellow stunting disorder virus
Strawberry crinkle virus
Strawberry latent ringspot virus
Raspberry ringspot virus
Strawberry mild yellow edge virus
Ilar viruses
Carla viruses
Poty viruses
Tospo viruses
Chrysanthemum stem necrosis virus
Polero viruses
Luteo viruses
Tobacco ringspot virus
Tobacco rattle virus
Chrysanthemum stunt viroid
Stolbur Fytoplasma Group test
Apple mosaic virus
Citrus exocortis viroïde
Tomato aspermy virus
Tomato black ring virus
Tomato chlorotic dwarf viroïde

(*) includes the apple mosaic virus and prunus necrotic ringspot virus

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