Diagnostic test for Bovine Coronavirus (BCV Ag)

Bovine coronavirus (BCV) causes digestive and respiratory disease in young and adult cattle. Only a single serotype of bovine coronavirus is recognized. The primary routes of entry for bovine coronavirus are via the faecal-oral route or the nasal cavity. Infection normally occurs in calves between the ages of one week and three months. Gastrointestinal signs include profuse diarrhea - sometimes yellow or bloody, dehydration, depression, reduced weight gain and anorexia. Respiratory infection in the calf produces a serous to purulent nasal discharge. Clinical signs may worsen with secondary bacteria infection. There is no specific treatment of BCV infections, it is usually symptomatic.

REDTEST test device
Assay solution in tube

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