Rotavirus group A antigen in canine,bovine,porcine feces test

Rotavirus is the most common causative virus of acute gastroenteritisand diarrhea in canine, porcine, and bovine.Among several groups of rotavirus, group A is most prevalent and clinically important.

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    Product Advantage:

    • High Detection accuracy
    • High cost performance
    • Quality assurance
    • Fast delivery

    Intended Use

    HG Rapid Test Rota is a chromatographic immunoassay kit for rapid and qualitative detection of group A rotavirus (RV) antigen in stool specimens of canine, porcine, and bovine.The RV-specific antibody is immobilized onto nitrocellulose membrane.And also, the RV-specific antibodies are conjugated to 40 nm of colloidal gold particles.This conjugate is placed on a polyester or glass pad as conjugate pad.When the sample is dropped into the sample well on the device, the solubilized conjugate migrates with the sample by passive diffusionand both the conjugate and sample come into contact with theantibodies that are immobilized onto the nitrocellulose. lf the sample contains rotavirus antigens, the result is visible within 10 minutes in theform of a red line that develops on the membrane.The solution continues to migrate to encounter a control reagent,thereby producing a second red line.



    1.Fever (>39oC)


    3.After 24 to 48 hours, watery diarrhea


    1 This product uses the principle of colloidal gold immunochromatography to quickly detect Rota Antigen.

    2 This product does not require special instruments, and can be quickly and easily implemented on-site inspection.

    3 Using high-purity raw materials and high-quality materials, it shows extremely high sensitivity and specificity.


    Place all specimens, test devices, and Assay solution and allow them to room temperature prior to testing (15~30 min).

    Remove the test device from the sealed pouch, and place it on a clean and plain place.

    Collect the stool specimens at 4 different points or directly take the specimens from the canine colon.
    Insert and mix the swab with assay solution in a tube until the specimens has been dissolved.Then, discard the swab and repeat procedure for each sample.

    Add 3~4 drops (approx. 100μL) of the solution taken by the disposable dropper into the sample well.
    Within10 minutes, interpret the test result(s). Do not read the result after 10 minutes.

    Rotavirus group Atest

    Interpretation of Results

    Interpretation of Results

    This product is aimed to facilitate public health institute worldwide to increase their diagnostic capabilities when facing the emerging Rotavirus group A virus health challenge, allowing for an efficient and rapid public health response in the case of an outbreak.

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