Rapid diagnostic test for feline coronavirus (FCoV)

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Feline coronavirus can develop into deadly feline peritonitis (FIP). FIP develops only in the fraction of cats that are infected with the coronavirus. With the Selflab FCoV Ag test or FCoV Ab test, you can quickly check if your cat is a carrier of the coronavirus.

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Rapid diagnostic test

for feline coronavirus

SelfLab FCoV Ab lub FCoV Ag

Feline coronavirus can develop into deadly feline peritonitis (FIP). FIP only develops in a fraction of cats that are infected with coronavirus.

With the Selflab FCoV Ab or FCoV Ag test, you can quickly find out if your cat is a carrier of coronavirus.

Sets contain:

FCoV Ag:

  • a pair of single use gloves
  • test pouch with test cassette and pipette inside
  • sterile cotton swab
  • tube with assay buffer
  • instruction of use
FCOV Ab:

  • a pair of single use gloves
  • razor
  • cotton swab with alcohol
  • single use blood lancet (color pink)
  • tube with assay buffer
  • all-in-one container (color blue)
  • small adhesive bandage
  • instruction of use

How to perform FCoV Ag test? (feces)

1

Take care of your safety!

Put on the gloves.
Every sample may be a potentially contagious material.
2

Use the cotton swab and mix the sample

Using the swab take a sample of feces.
Insert the swab into the assay buffer tube and mix it until it is dissolved.
3

Prepare the cassette

Remove the test cassette from the sealed pouch and place it on the flat surface.
4

Add the sample

Using the pipette take a solution from above the sediment.
Apply 3-4 drops of the prepared solution to the sample well “S”.
5

Wait for the results

Wait 5-10 minutes for the results.
6

Interpretation of the results

Positive result: two colored lines will appear - in the test line zone and control line zone.
Negative result: only one colored line will appear in the control line zone.
Invalid result: the colored line does not appear in the control line zone.

How to perform the FCoV Ab test? (blood)

1

Unpack the set

Unpack all elements of the set.
Take out the test cassette from the pouch.
2

Take care of your safety!

Put on the gloves.
Every sample may be a potentially contagious material.
(If necessary, shave the puncture spot with the razor included in the set.)
3

Disinfect the puncture spot

Use the cotton swab with alcohol and disinfect the puncture spot.
4

Use the lancet

Remove the cap from the lancet, massage the puncture site and press the lancet well into the puncture site until you hear a clear click.
5

Perform the test and wait for results

Take a blood sample (look at instruction of use), add the sample to the assay buffer.
Add 3-4 drops of the mixture to the sample well “S”.
Read the results after 5 minutes.
6

Interpretation of the results

Positive result: two colored lines will appear - in the test line zone and control line zone
Negative result: only one colored line will appear in the control line zone
Invalid result: the colored line does not appear in the control line zone

Possible results:

Results

Additional information

Sample material

Feces, Blood