The Canine Parvo-Distemper Virus Antibody Rapid Test is a lateral flow immunochromatographic assay for the semi-quantitative detection of Canine Parvo and Distemper Virus Antibody (CDV Ab) in dog’s serum or plasma.
Assay Time: 10 minutes Specimen: serum or plasma.
Interpretation of Results
The presence of “C” line indicates a valid result. Read the result by comparing the color intensity of the “T” line with the standard color reference scale (from “G1” to “G6”). The H.I. titers of canine parvo virus antibodies are corresponding with the color intensity grades.
G1 < 1:40
G2 = 1:40
G3 = 1:80
G4 = 1:160
G5 = 1:320
G6 > 1:640
The V.N. titers of canine distemper antibodies are corresponding with the color intensity grades.
G1 < 1:8
G2 = 1:16
G3 = 1:32
G4 = 1:64
G5 = 1:128
G6 > 1:256
- Positive (+): The presence of both “C” line and zone “T” line. T line at G3 is considered as standard positive. T line < G3, is weak positive and indicates low CPV or CDV antibody level. T line around G4-G5, is strong positive. T line > G6, is very strong positive, indicates a contact with virus recently or in infection.
- Negative (-): Clear C line appears. No T line, or T line is weaker than G1. It indicates very low CPV or CDV titer. Failed immunization may happen.
- Invalid: No colored line appears in C zone.