Canine VacciCheck (Adenovirus, Parvovirus, Distemper virus)

Artikelnummer: BIG-50CVV201
Artikelname: Canine VacciCheck (Adenovirus, Parvovirus, Distemper virus)
Artikelnummer: BIG-50CVV201
Hersteller Artikelnummer: 50CVV201
Alternativnummer: BIG-50CVV201
Hersteller: Biogal
Kategorie: Kits/Assays

Canine VacciCheck(R) - Infectious Hepatitis, Parvovirus & Distemper IgG Antibody Test Kit

 

No of Tests: Standard Size: 12 samples X 3 antigens = 36 Tests

Intended Use: The Canine VacciCheck Antibody Test Kit is designed to determine dog serum antibody titer to Infectious Canine Hepatitis (ICH), Canine Parvovirus (CPV) and Canine Distemper Virus (CDV). The main purpose of this kit is to provide a useful tool for assessing immunity status of dogs concerning these three pathogens. As such, it can either determine the IgG titer before and following vaccination or the duration of Immunity.

Diagnostic Method: The ImmunoComb test is based on solid phase "dot"-ELISA technology. Antigens are applied to test ‘spots’ on the solid phase, which is a comb-shaped plastic card. (The Comb has 12 teeth-sufficient for 12 test samples.)

The samples to be tested are mixed with diluent in the first row of wells of a multi-chamber developing plate. The test spots on the Comb are then incubated with the sample in the developing plate. Specific IgG antibodies from the samples, if present, bind to the antigens at the test spots.

The Comb is then transferred to a well, where unbound antibodies are washed from the antigens spots. In the next step, the Comb is allowed to react with an anti-dog IgG Alkaline Phosphates conjugate, which will bind to antigen-antibody complexes at the test spots. After 2 more washes, the Comb is moved to the last well, where a color result develops via an enzymatic reaction. The intensity of the color result of test spots corresponds directly to the antibody level in the test sample.

Immunology: Serology can provide the veterinarian with information about the dog’s immune status regarding previous vaccination or infection by particular disease agents. The humoral immune response is largely composed of 2 classes of antibodies, IgM and IgG. In immuno-competent dogs, IgM antibodies are initially produced in response to infection or following vaccination. IgM levels begin to decline within approximately 2 weeks and IgG 2 Biogal Galed Labs. Acs. Ltd. 31.03.2016

Main Application: Provides information about humoral immune response to previous vaccination (or infection) with Infectious Hepatitis, Parvovirus and Distemper virus.

Performance Data1: Infectious Hepatitis (IgG):

Specificity: 93%

Sensitivity: 94%

Parvovirus (IgG):

Specificity: 100%

Sensitivity: 88%

Distemper (IgG):

Specificity: 92%

Sensitivity: 100%