Detection of Parvovirus in blood
Enteropathie in felines and canines refers to intestinal diseases that cause frequent and occasionally hemorrhagic fecal discharge. These symptoms can be caused by infectious and highly contagious diseases caused by viruses such as Parvovirus also known as Typhus in cats.
Astéria enteropathy tests are new generation molecular tests, allowing the detection of genome fragments of Parvovirus in a reliable and rapid manner in order to determine the presence of the pathogen(s) that are involved in the appearance of the observed symptoms.
Unlike traditionnal PCR tests, Astéria tests are performed in only a few steps, on a portable and easy-to-use reading instrument. The result can be obtained in less than 40 minutes, at the clinic or in the field.
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