Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is one of the most important infectious pathogens that causes death in cats and is broadly spread worldwide. FeLV was discovered among cats that lived in a cluster-household where several animals had developed lymphosarcoma. The virus is an enveloped, positive single-stranded RNA retrovirus. Cats are usually infected by direct contact with infected cats, mostly via oronasal exposure to saliva and nasal secretions containing high levels of the virus especially through mutual grooming and sharing food dishes or water bowls.
FeLV Ag (10 Tests)
- GenBody test device individually foil-pouched with a desiccant
- Assay solution in dropping bottle
- Disposable 10㎕ capillary tube
- Instruction manual for use