Instructions for using the rapid test for the detection of feline panleukopenia virus Ag Test
Intended use Immunochromatographic rapid test is intended for one-stage qualitative detection of feline panleukopenia virus (FPV Ag) in feces or vomit.
Analysis time: 5-10 minutes
2. Principle of operation
The device has an investigated window where the invisible T test zone and C control zone are located. When the test sample is introduced into the sample well, the liquid will move laterally on the surface of the test. If the virus antigen is present in the test sample, a colored strip may appear in the T test zone. A colored strip in the C control zone should always appear after the sample has been added, which indicates the correctness of the analysis.
3. Composition of the set
– 1 foil bag (containing a cassette, pipette, desiccant)
– 1 vial with a buffer for analysis
– Cotton swab
4. Procedure for the analysis
Remove the cassette from the bag and place it horizontally.
Collect feces or vomit on a cotton swab.
Insert the swab into the Assay Buffer vial, and let it sit for a minute to allow the sample to be extracted. Using a pipette, add 3 drops of the test sample to the sample window.
Accounting for results in 5-10 minutes. The result after the passage of 10 minutes is not valid.
5. Interpretation of results
Positive: the presence of two colored lines, both in the C control zone and in the T test zone, and regardless of the color intensity of the test line, the test result will be considered positive.
Negative: the presence of one colored line in the C control zone.
Not valid: no colored line in the C control zone. Even if there is a colored line in the T test area.
Store at temperature (2-30 ° C). Do not freeze. Avoid direct sunlight. Expiration date (18 months) the date of manufacture is indicated on the package.
For best results, follow the instructions.
Do not open the test bag before you test.
Do not use tests that have passed their expiration date.
The components of this kit have passed quality control.
The test result is considered in conjunction with clinical signs by the receiving veterinarian. For more accurate analysis, use PCR.
Manufacturer: Quicking Biotech Co., Ltd., China