Diagnostic test for Anaplasma Ab for dogs

Anaplasmosis, aka dog fever or dog tick fever, is a tick-borne disease that infects a dog’s bloodstream. It is transmitted by deer tick bites and infects white blood cells. Symptoms usually begin within one to two weeks of the initial tick bite and transmission. Symptoms include: fever, apathy, diarrhea, joint pain, vomiting, coughing and breathing difficulties. Most infected dogs will have symptoms for 1 to 7 days, some will show no symptoms. Many infected dogs are treated for 2-4 weeks (the longer course more often if co-infected with Lyme disease). Anaplasmosis can infect humans.

REDTEST test device
Assay solution in tube

Diagnostic test for Canine Babesia BC Ab

Sample material:
Whole blood
Diagnostic test contains the following components:
  • REDTEST test device
  • Disposable dropper
  • Assay buffer
  • Instruction of use

How to perform the ANA Ab test?

Unpack the test

Remove the test device from the sealed pouch and place it on the flat surface

Prepare the solution

Place 40μL of prepared specimen into an assay buffer tube and mix them well.

Apply the solution

Add 3 drops of the solution into the sample well.


Interpret the test results after 5-10 minutes.
Results read earlier or later may be falsified

Interpretation of the results

Positive result: two colored lines will appear - in the test line zone and control line zone
Negative result: only one colored line will appear in the control line zone
Invalid result: the colored line does not appear in the control line zone

Where to buy the ANA Ab immunochromatographic test?