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About VacciCheck
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Biogal’s ImmunoComb VacciCheck Antibody Test Kit
is a simple and affordable in-clinic titer test designed to monitor serological status and vaccination failure to prevent overvaccination consequences.  VacciCheck provides reliable and accurate results in just 21 minutes!
Measures canine antibody titer to:
  • Infectious Hepatitis (ICH)
  • Parvovirus (CPV)
  • Distemper (CDV)

ImmunoComb VacciCheck is:

  • The only semi-quantitative kit on the market
  • Solid phase “dot” ELISA
  • Affordable and simple to run
  • A guide for revaccination decisions
  • Three diseases in just one test
  • Self contained
  • Shelf life of 1-year
  • Results in just 21 minutes
Serology testing is useful after a dog vaccination to indicate whether immunization success has been achieved. In this way the veterinarian can modify vaccine programs for individual puppies. The cut-off values of the VacciCheck kits correlate with the vaccination recommendations of the Cornell University School of Veterinary Medicine.

Two main components:

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The comb has 12 teeth. Each tooth tests one blood or serum sample and can provide up to three tests: ICH, CPV and CDV
 
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The developing plate has multiple compartments, which contain the necessary reagents for comb developments.


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Pet Owners
Are you a pet owner rightfully concerned about over-vaccination consequences? Your veterinarians may not know about this affordable and effective alternative.

Bring this one page handout to your Veterinarian and talk to them about titre testing with VacciCheck!

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Latest Publication
WSAVA Recommends VacciCheck

The Worldwide Small Animal Veterinary Association recently published their latest vaccination guidelines. It's no surprise they support the use of titer testing and name VacciCheck as a viable, less-expensive option.

View the WSAVA Vaccination Guidelines Here