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KITS FOR VETERINARY USE


K101C            K104C            K105C            K106C            K122C            K127C

 


Infectious serology


K101C Toxo IgG-Canine EIA (semi-quantitative)

Toxoplasmosis is a widespread infection caused by the intracellular protozoan parazite Toxoplasma
gondii which may infect all Mammalia. Pets (dogs, cats, etc.) may transfer the infection to humans.
In most cases, toxoplasmosis is a mild or asymptomatic disease; however, in immunocompromised
animals this disease may be very severe and even life-threatening. Another risk group is pregnant
animals in whom primary toxoplasmosis can be transfected to the fetus, causing abortion and severe
malformations.

 

Sample type: serum, plasma                     Incubation: 30’/30’/15’, 370С                  Shelf life: 12 months
Sample predilution: 1:21                          Control samples: 3                                Normal range (K value): <5
Sample volume: 100 μl

 

K104C HSV 1/2 IgG-Canine EIA (semi-quantitative)

Herpes simplex virus (HSV) is one of the most common pathogens in mammals. HSV is transmitted by
all secretions of infected body, especially via saliva, semen and cervical fluid. Latency and re-activation
are characteristic for HSV infection.
Specific IgG-antibodies to HSV are protective to some extent - they help to prevent the disease and
limit latency, although do not provide a complete protection. A high titer of anti-HSV IgG-antibodies
may suggest either a recent acute infection or reactivation of a latent one.
Specific anti-viral treatment as well as non-specific activation of the immune system inhibit production
of viral antigens and, therefore, induce decline of anti-HSV-IgG antibodies to their normal values.

 


Sample type: serum, plasma                     Incubation: 30’/30’/15’, 370С                  Shelf life: 12 months
Sample predilution: 1:21                          Control samples: 3                                Normal range (K value): <5
Sample volume: 100 μl
 

 

K105C Chlamydia IgG-Canine EIA (semi-quantitative)

Chlamydiae are obligate intracellular parasites closely related to Gram negative bacteria. The genus
Chlamydia contains three known species: C.trachomatis, C.psittaci and C.pneumoniae (TWAR) which
share most of their immunoreactive antigens. C.trachomatis has been recognised as a frequent cause
of sexually transmitted diseases, which may lead to serious malfunction in reproductive function both
in male and female animals (chronic pelvic inflammation and infertility). This species may also cause
conjunctivitis and keratitis in adult animals and ophthalmia neonatorum in offspring born to an infected
mother. C.psittaci is transmitted from birds and causes an atypical pneumonia (ornitosis); C.pneumoniae
is the causative agents of both acute pneumonia and chronic bronchitis. Due to intracellular ‘depot’ of
the microorganism, Chlamydia infections may be asymptomatic and recurrent.
Specific IgG-antibodies to Chlamydia are not protective; their titer usually raise in response to the
reactivation of Chlamydia and therefore may be used to monitor the actual status of infectious activity.
The elevation of these antibodies persist for at least 3-4 weeks after the reactivation, and is not directly
related to antimicrobial therapy. The present test system does not detect the differences between
species of Chlamydia.

 

Sample type: serum, plasma                     Incubation: 30’/30’/15’, RT                     Shelf life: 12 months
Sample predilution: 1:21                          Control samples: 3                                Normal range (K value): <5
Sample volume: 100 μl

 


K106C Mycoplasma IgG-Canine EIA (semi-quantitative)

Mycoplasmae represent a separate class of microorganisms. Unique metabolic properties of Mycoplasmae
determine their poor growth on standard microbiological media and require the application of serological
methods in diagnostics.
All Mycoplasmae share common antigenic epitopes; the microbes cause pneumonia, bronchitis and
bullous meningitis; acute or chronic pelvic inflammations and may contribute to male and female
infertility.
Specific IgG-antibodies to Mycoplasmae do not possess protective properties; however their serum
titer reflects the degree of microbial growth. Therefore, the detection of serum IgG antibodies may
be used for disease and treatment monitoring. Elevated serum IgG antibody titers are detected after
3-4 weeks from the onset of the disease in spite of successful antibiotic treatment.

 

Sample type: serum, plasma                     Incubation: 30’/30’/15’, 370С                  Shelf life: 12 months
Sample predilution: 1:21                          Control samples: 3                                Normal range (K value): <5
Sample volume: 100 μl

 


K122C Candida IgG-Canine EIA (semi-quantitative)

This kit is designed for analysis of Candida IgG-Canine in blood serum or plasma. The kit contains the
reagents sufficient for 96 determinations and allows to analyze 45 unknown samples in 2 parallels.

 

Sample type: serum, plasma                     Incubation: 30’/30’/15’, 370С                  Shelf life: 12 months
Sample predilution: 1:21                          Control samples: 3                                Normal range (K value): <5
Sample volume: 100 μl
 

 

K127C Fasciola IgG-Canine EIA (semi-quantitative)

This kit is designed for analysis of Fasciola IgG-Canine in blood serum or plasma. The kit contains the
reagents sufficient for 96 determinations and allows to analyze 45 unknown samples in 2 parallels.

 

Sample type: serum, plasma                     Incubation: 30’/30’/15’, 370С                  Shelf life: 12 months
Sample predilution: 1:21                          Control samples: 3                                Normal range (K value): <5
Sample volume: 100 μl

 



 

 

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