Canine distemper is a contagious and serious viral illness with no known cure. The disease affects dogs, and certain species of wildlife, such as raccoons, wolves, foxes, and skunks. The common house pet, the ferret, is also a carrier of this virus. Canine distemper belongs to the Morbillivirus class of viruses, and is a relative of the measles virus, which affects humans, the Rinderpest virus that affects cattle, and the Phocine virus that causes seal distemper.
- Material Provided
- GenBody test device individually foil-pouched with a desiccant
- Assay solution in tube
- Disposable dropper
- Sterilized swab
- Instruction manual for use
|GenBody CDV Ag|
|Specimen||Secretion of eye mucus(the conjunctives) and nasal discharge|
|Diagnostic target||Canine distemper virus antigens|
|Sensitivity||99.2% (vs. Nested PCR)|
|Specificity||99.5% (vs. Nested PCR)|
|Analytical sensitivity||102.3 TCID50 /ml|
|Packing Unit||1 Test device X 10/kit||1 Test device X 20/kit|
|Shelf life||24 M||24 M|
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