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Specimen: Serum or plasma.
Subject: Canine
Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen: Serum or plasma.
Subject: Canine
Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen: Whole blood, serum or plasma.
Subject: Canine
Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen: Whole blood, serum or plasma.
Subject: Canine
Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Whole blood, serum or plasma.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : CPV: Feces. CDV: Ocular and nasal discharge.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Feces.

Subject : Canine/Feline

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Whole blood, serum or plasma.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Whole blood, serum or plasma.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Whole blood, serum or plasma.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Whole blood, serum or plasma.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Ocular and nasal discharge.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Feces.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Whole blood, serum or plasma.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Feces.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Feces.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Ocular and nasal discharge.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Whole blood, serum or plasma.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Whole blood, serum or plasma.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Whole blood, serum or plasma.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Whole blood, serum or plasma.

Subject : Canine

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

Feline

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Specimen: Feces
Subject: Feline
Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Whole blood, serum or plasma.

Subject : Feline

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Serum, plasma, pleural effusion and ascites(pleural effusion and ascites for FCoV only).

Subject : Feline

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Feces.

Subject : Canine/Feline

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Feces.

Subject : Feline

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Serum, plasma, pleural effusion or ascites.

Subject : Feline

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Whole blood, serum or plasma.

Subject : Feline

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Ascites, pleural effusion

Subject : Feline

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen : Blood

Subject : Feline

Testing time : 2 minutes

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Specimen ocular and nasal discharge

Subject : Feline

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

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Specimen :  Feces

Subject : Feline

Testing time : 5-10 minutes

Exotics

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Specimen : Laryngeal tracheal secretions or cloacal discharge

Subject : Avian

Testing time : 5-10 mins

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Specimen : Feces, pharyngeal or crop swabs

Subject : Avian

Testing time : 5-10 mins

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Specimen : Feces

Subject : Avian

Testing time : 5-10 mins

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Specimen : Serum, plasma or cloacal swab.

Subject : Avian

Testing time : 5-10 mins

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Specimen : Serum or eyes, trachea, cloacal swab.

Subject : Avian

Testing time : 5-10 mins

How do bioguard Test Kits works?

Applied sample containing analyte flowers to the labeled antibody.

Analyte binds with the labeled antibody to form an analyte-labeled antibody complex.

Then, this complex moves further to reach primary and secondary antibody. The test line captures this complex to form a labeled antibody-analyte-primary antibody sandwich complex, whereas the control line binds with the labeled antibody to assure proper functioning of the test.

Excess buffer proceeds to the absorbent pad.