DFV Test Parvo / Corona
Double immunochromatographic device to independently detect in a single assay Parvovirus (CPV) and Coronavirus (CCV) specific antigens in canine faeces.

Infected dogs usually excrete detectable levels of specific antigens.

Use canine faecal samples. Samples are stable for up to 4 hours at room temperature and for up to 2 days at 2-8 ºC. They can be kept frozen for longer storage.

Bring all components to room temperature, only if they were kept in the refrigerator.

1. Collect the faecal sample with the sample collection swab directly from faeces or an anal sample. Insert the swab with sample inside the buffer tube. Stir the swab 15 seconds inside the buffer tube to extract the sample.

2. Remove the device from the pouch and place it on a flat surface. Very important: Keep the device on a flat surface and do not move it until the end of the assay! Add 4 drops (120 µl) of buffer with sample to each of the two sample wells using the pipette as centred as possible, but without touching the membrane and verify they have entered. . Make sure not to dispense large particles.

3. Read the results 20 minutes after the addition of the buffer with sample.

RESULTS READING: (Read each test independently)
Positive (+): One coloured band appears on the test area (T) and other on the control area (C). The result is positive although the band colours are weak.
Negative (-): A single coloured band appears on the control area (C).
Not Valid (NV): If no coloured band appears on the control area (C), it is recommended to repeat the assay with a new device.

CONTENTS: 1 sample collection swab, 1 buffer tube and 1 pouch that includes 1 device, 1 pipette and desiccant.

Keep at room temperature below 30ºC. Refrigeration is not needed. Do not freeze. The product is stable until the expiry date indicated on the pouch if kept under adequate conditions. Do not use the product if the pouch is broken or if lines or stains are observed on the strip before using it.

pdf Technical Data DFV Test Parvovirus-Coronavirus.pdf

Usage Instructions