The Canine Parvo Corona CPV CCV Ag Combo Test is a lateral flow immunochromatographic assay for the differential diagnosis of canine parvo virus antigen (CPV Ag) and canine coronavirus antigen (CCV Ag) in dog's feces or vomit specimen
Canine parvovirus (CPV) and canine coronavirus (CCV) are all pathogenic factors of canine enteritis, which cannot be distinguished solely by clinical symptoms due to similar symptoms.This product can quickly differentiate and diagnose whether dogs are infected with canine parvovirus or canine coronavirus by immunochromatography on feces or vomit samples, so as to provide an effective basis for subsequent treatment.
PRINCIPLE-lateral flow immunochromatography analysis
REAGENTS AND MATERIALS
- 10 test pouches, with cards and disposable droppers
- 10 vials of assay buffer (1000μL each)
- 10 bags of cotton swab sticks
- 1 package insert
- Collect fresh dog droppings or vomit from the dog's anus or ground with a cotton swab.
- Insert the cotton swab into the provided inspection buffer tube.
- Stir it to get an effective sample extract.
- Remove the test card from the foil bag and place it horizontally.
- Suck the treated sample out of the experimental buffer tube and drop 3 drops in each sample hole S of the test equipment.
- 5-10 minutes to explain the results. The result after 10 minutes is invalid.
INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS
- Positive (+): The presence of both "C" line and zone "T" line, no matter T line is clear or vague.
- Negative (-): Only clear C line appear. No T line.
- Invalid: No colored line appears in C zone. No matter if T line appears.