Relaxin is a specific hormone generated mainly by the placenta. It is usually used as an indicator of pregnancy status in female dogs. In pregnant dogs, relaxin can be detected from 15 days after the nidation of fertilized egg in the uterus wall. The Canine Pregnancy@Relaxin Rapid Test is a rapid test to detect relaxin in bitches that may be pregnant. The suggested detection period is 20-30 days after mating. Too early detection may lead to a negative result when relaxin in serum is too low. It is suggested to repeat the test after 1 week if a negative result was observed.
Specimen: Serum, or plasma.
Detection Limit: 3.8ng/mL