Canine Diarrhea Combined Detection(7-10 items)

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【 Testing purpose 】
Canine Parvovirus (CPV) belongs to the parvovirus genus of the parvoviridae family and causes severe infectious diseases in dogs. There are generally two clinical manifestations: hemorrhagic enteritis type and myocarditis type, both of which have the characteristics of high mortality, strong infectivity and short course of disease, especially in young dogs, with higher infection rate and mortality.
The Canine Coronavirus (CCV) belongs to the genus coronavirus in the family Coronaviridae and is a highly harmful infectious disease in dogs. The general clinical manifestations were gastroenteritis symptoms, specifically vomiting, diarrhea and anorexia.
Canine rotavirus (CRV) belongs to the genus Rotavirus of the Reoviridae family. It mainly harms newborn dogs and causes acute infectious diseases characterized by diarrhea.
Giardia (GIA) can cause diarrhea in dogs, especially young dogs. With the increase of age and the increase of immunity, although the dogs carry the virus, they will appear asymptomatic. However, when the number of GIA reaches a certain number, diarrhea will still occur.
Helicobacterpylori (HP) is a gram-negative bacterium with strong survival ability and can survive in the strongly acidic environment of the stomach. The presence of HP may put dogs at risk for diarrhea.
Therefore, reliable and effective detection has a positive guiding role in prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

【 Detection principle 】
This product is used to quantitatively detect CPV/CCV/CRV/GIA/HP content in dog feces by fluorescence immunochromatography. The basic principle is that the nitrocellulose membrane is marked with T and C lines, and the T line is coated with antibody a that specifically recognizes the antigen. The binding pad is sprayed with another fluorescent nanomaterial labeled antibody b that can specifically recognize the antigen. The antibody in the sample binds to the nanomaterial labeled antibody b to form a complex, which then binds to the T-line antibody A to form a sandwich structure. When the excitation light is irradiated, the nanomaterial emits fluorescent signals. The intensity of the signal was positively correlated with the antigen concentration in the sample.

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