Chicken Anemia

Chicken anemia virus (CAV) causes chicken anemia virus disease, also commonly referred to as chicken anaemia, chicken infectious anaemia and blue wing disease. CAV infection causes anemia, immunosuppression and increased susceptibility to other pathogens. Clinical signs include pale combs, wattles, eyelids and legs, decreased appetite, weakness, weight loss, lethargy, dullness, depression and sudden death.


Species: Chicken | Sample Type: Serum | Test Time: Less than 2 hours

The ProFLOK® CAV Ab chicken anemia virus antibody test kit is a rapid serologic enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) for the detection of CAV antibodies in chicken sera. It is designed for qualitative and quantitative analysis of pre- and post-vaccination CAV antibody levels (titer) in chickens.