The FIV FELV Feline Leukemia Immuno Deficiency Rapid Test Kit is a combination cassetteused to identify the presence of feline immunodeficiency antibodies and feline leukemia virus antigens in cat blood samples.
Lack of energy, loss of appetite, weight loss and will lose weight, diarrhea, swollen lymph nodes, anemia, difficulty breathing, fever
Cats infected with FIV generally do not show any symptoms for many years, but once symptoms appear, the function of the cat's immune system will decline, leading to various secondary infections. The main symptoms of FIV infection in cats are: swollen lymph nodes, fever, anemia, diarrhea, weight loss, loss of appetite, abnormal or inflamed eyes (conjunctivitis), inflammation of the gums (gingivitis), red skin or hair loss, sneezing, eyes Or nose discharge, frequent urination and abnormal behavior.
If your cat has the above symptoms, we recommend that you take test for your cat, or take them to hospital
The FIV FELV Feline Leukemia Immuno Deficiency Rapid test Kit is a combination cassetteused to identify the presence of feline immunodeficiency antibodies and feline leukemia virus antigens in cat blood samples.
FIV FELV Feline Leukemia Immuno Deficiency Rapid Test Kit
Cat's serum, plasma and whole blood specimen
800 test kits
1 week after Get payment
10 test kits/Packing box
2-30°C, DO NOT FREEZE. Do not store the test kit in direct sunlight.
1. One-step whole blood, serum and plasma testing.
2. Simple operation, non-professional on-site inspection.
3. The detection process is fast, and the result will be displayed in about 15 minutes.
4. The test time is less than or equal to 10 seconds, and it can detect 270 samples per hour at the fastest.
5. The detection equipment is compact, easy to carry, mobile terminal operation, cloud platform quality control.
6. The detection sensitivity is high, comparable to that of enzyme-labeled kits.
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• Single Buffer
FeLV is caused by a retrovirus that becomes part of the animal's DNA. The virus spreads during close contact between cats.
FeLV can damage a cat's immune system, causing symptoms including pale gums, yellowing of the mouth and whites of the eyes, weight loss, and poor coat condition.
"The tricky thing about FeLV is that the disease is very different from cat to cat," explained Dr. Reinhardt. "It can be dormant and not cause external health problems in a cat, But it could give another cat disease or even cancer."
Furthermore, even if an infected cat has no external clinical symptoms, it is still able to transmit the virus to other cats.
Unfortunately, there is currently no cure for FeLV. "We remain hopeful for some of the antiviral drugs currently in use in humans," Dr. Reinhardt said. However, there are currently no treatments for animals.
Prognosis largely depends on the signs the animal exhibits when presented to the veterinarian. The prognosis is usually better if the animal appears healthy at the time of diagnosis.
"The best way to prevent the spread of FeLV is to get your cat tested," Dr. Reinhardt said. If the cat tests positive, it should be an indoor-only cat to avoid spreading the virus to others in the area cat, and prevent the cat's immune system from being compromised from acquiring other infections. FeLV-positive cats should be the only cats, or should only live with other cats that also have FeLV.
Similar to FeLV, the clinical signs of FIV are highly variable, including fever, anemia, weight loss, and diarrhea, and there is a high risk of secondary infection. Clinically, FIV is less invasive than FeLV.
"FIV is often thought of as a male-aggressive disease caused by cats biting each other," explained Dr. Reinhardt. It is not as closely associated with group life as FeLV. The cats most commonly seen with FIV are young adults to middle age.
FIV is incorrectly called "feline AIDS." "This comparison is inaccurate," Dr. Reinhardt said. "Most cats with FIV do not progress to the clinical stage. Cats diagnosed with FIV are likely to go on to lead normal lives."
Strage and stablity
The kit can be stored at room temperature (2-30°C). The test kit is stable through the expiration date (18 months) marked on the package label. DO NOT FREEZE. Do not store the test kit in direct sunlight.
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-Collect dog’s ocular, nasal or anus secretions with the cotton SWAB and make the SWAB wet sufficiently.
-Insert the SWAB into the provided assay buffer tube. Agitates it to get efficient sample extraction.
-If using serum or plasma specimen, use the dropper to collect the specimen.
-Place 3 drops of serum or plasma into the assay buffer tube for dilution. The diluted sample is used as sample extraction.
-Take out the test card from the foil pouch and place it horizontally.
-Suck the treated sample extraction from the assay buffer tube and place 3 drops into each sample hole “S” of the test card.
-Interpret the result in 5-10 minutes. Result after 10 minutes is considered as invalid.
INTERPRETATION OF ASSAY RESULT
- Positive (+): Whether the T line is clear or fuzzy, the "C" line and the region "T" line are present.
- Negative (-): Shows only the sharp C line. No T line.
- Invalid: no color lines in zone C. Whether the T line appears or not.
Western Blot assay
Western Blot assay
-All reagents must be tested at room temperature.
-Do not take the test tape out of the bag before use.
-Do not use the test after the expiration date.
-The components in this kit have been used as a standard batch processing unit for quality control testing. Do not mix parts of different batch numbers.
-All specimens are potentially infected. Must be treated strictly in accordance with the local country's rules and regulations.
Canivet cdv-cav-cvi-cpiv antigen combination test is only used for in vitro veterinary diagnosis. All results should be considered with other clinical data and can be discussed with the veterinarian. When a positive result is detected, it is recommended to use further confirmation methods such as RT-PCR.
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