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Canine Parvovirus (CPV) - 2 Pages

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pioneer detection system PKAIWOOD EASEmed The Test is a membrane based sandwich immuno- chromatographical assay. An anti-CPV capture antibody is immobilized on the membrane in the test zone. A gold-labeled anti-CPV antibody is imbedded in a sample pad where the sample is applied. After sample application, the gold labeled antibody binds to the antigen in the sample to form an antigen-antibody complex. As the sample-gold labeled antibody mixture migrates along the membrane, the antigen-labeled antibody complex is captured by the immobilized anti-CPV antibody in the test zone to form an antibody-antigen-gold labeled antibody sandwich as indicated by the appearance of a magenta test line. The absence of the test line indicates a negative test. In the control zones of the membrane, a magenta control line appears in every valid test indicating that the test is properly performed and reagents are functional as Canine Parvovirus (CPV) Test is designed to detect the antigens of CPV in canine feces. Individually foil pouched test devices: 10 units Test buffer tube (1 ml/tube): 10 units Disposable droppers: 10 units Swabs for sample collection: 10 units 1) Specimen Collection and Preparation 1. Collect specimen by immersing a new swab in the stool ensuring that the specimen has impregnated the applicator surface properly (About 50 mg is required). Wipe off excess stool on the applicator. Insert the applicator with the specimen into the collection tube containing 0.4ml_ of buffer. (For liquid or semi-solid stools, add 50 uL of stool specimen into the collection tube using an appropriate pipette.) 2. Swirl the buffer with the swab for 10 seconds to ensure that the specimen is completely mixed Swirl the buffer with the swab 3.If the treated specimen is not immediately tested, store the collection tube between 2°C and 8°C. Shake or vortex the mixture again before testing. a. Allow test card, reagent, specimen and controls to equilibrate to room temperature (15-30°C) before testing. b. Place the test card on a clean and level surface. c. Obtain the treated specimen by using a disposable pipette, and transfer 4 drop (-100 ul) of specimen into the sample/reagent port of the test card. TEST RESULT Test results can be inspected in 2 methods : A. Visual: Visual inspect by eye. B. Reader: Analyze with veterinary test reader. Visual inspect the test results within 10 mins. Read the result between 5-10 mln Control Line (C): The line should always appear. If this line does not appear, the test should be considered invalid. This is probably because of impure buffer and the lack of specimen. It should be tested again with new buffer. Negative: Control line only appears. Positive: Both Test and Control lines appear. Invalid Results requiring Retesting a) Both Test and Control lines do not appear. b) Only Test Line Appears and Control line does

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B. Reader Analyze test results with CHR-116R Veterinary Test Reader in 10 minutes. a) Place the test cassette into the drawer of reader. Further examinations This test is for primary screening. Consult veterinarians for further necessary examinations to obtain clinical test results. Precautions 1) Use for In-vitro veterinary diagnostic purposes only. 2 Use within 10 minutes after opening the pouch because the test kit is very sensitive to moisture and its efficacy may diminish. 3) Be careful not to touch the result window. 4) Use a different dropper for each specimen. 5) Use only the buffer included...

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