Rapid test for evaluating the immune status of the calf
Immunochromatographic test for the semi-quantitative detection of Immunoglobulins G (IgG) in whole blood of calves and cows
Sample: whole blood, plasma or serum from calves and cows
Result in 5 minutes
Storage: room temperature
For clinical suspicion of immunodeficiency syndrome
The appropriate time to perform the BOVI-G test is, for the calf, between
24h and 48h after birth (within a maximum interval of 7 days), and for the
cow, between the 3rd and 7th day after calving.
BOVI-G allows to exclude (IgG> 12 mg / ml) or to confirm (IgG <12 mg / ml)
the suspicion of a defect in the transfer of immunity or of an immunodeficiency syndrome in both calves and cows. This field test, by its simplicity and speed, is therefore a valuable tool for assessing the immune status around calving in order to avoid operating losses linked to any pathological complications specific to this period.