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  • Pourquier History
    multocida PM Salmonella enteritidis SE Swine Swine Diagnostics Viral Classical Swine Fever Virus CSFV Swine Influenza Virus SIV Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome PRRS Pseudorabies Virus PRV Aujeszky s Disease ADV Bacterial Actinobacillus Pleuropneumoniae APP Enzootic pneumonia Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae M hyo Salmonellosis Swine Salmonella Parasitic Trichinellosis Trichinella Equine Equine Diagnostics Viral Equine Infectious Anaemia EIA Equine Influenza A West Nile Virus WNV Parasitic Trichinellosis Trichinella Bacterial Contagious Equine Metritis Taylorella equigenitalis Home Livestock Poultry Diagnostics Contact Us Livestock and Poultry Diagnostics Test with Confidence Corporate Headquarters IDEXX Laboratories Inc One IDEXX Drive Westbrook Maine 04092 United States Tel 1 207 556 4890 or Tel 1 800 548 9997 Fax 1 207 556 4826 or Fax 1 800 328 5461 Australia New Zealand Headquarters IDEXX Australia Unit 20 38 46 South Street Rydalmere NSW 2116 Australia Tel 1300 44 33 99 AUS Tel 0800 102 084 NZ Fax 1800 634 409 AUS Fax 0800 448 443 NZ Complete the online enquiry form to request additional information More International Locations To learn more about IDEXX products and services please contact a representative nearest you Quick Links ELISA Technology xChekPlus Software Certificates of Analysis Product Updates U S IDEXX Learning Center Bovine Learning Track U S How to Run the IDEXX Visual Pregnancy Test Reference Library Animal Health Updates Newsletter U S Product List Livestock and Poultry Diagnostics Brochure Proven Solutions for Herd and Flock Health Institut Pourquier History 1870 Pierre Pourquier a veterinarian in Montpellier France began doing research on sheep diseases in 1870 particularly on sheep pox He defined allergy as a clinical entity long before Clemens von Pirquet In 1878 he founded the Institut Vaccinal Pourquier He contributed to the fight against smallpox by supplying lymph vaccine to vaccinators For more than a century the Institut Vaccinal Pourquier devoted its

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  • Hypodermosis
    Swine Salmonella Parasitic Trichinellosis Trichinella Equine Equine Diagnostics Viral Equine Infectious Anaemia EIA Equine Influenza A West Nile Virus WNV Parasitic Trichinellosis Trichinella Bacterial Contagious Equine Metritis Taylorella equigenitalis Home Livestock Poultry Diagnostics Ruminant Contact Us Livestock and Poultry Diagnostics Test with Confidence Corporate Headquarters IDEXX Laboratories Inc One IDEXX Drive Westbrook Maine 04092 United States Tel 1 207 556 4890 or Tel 1 800 548 9997 Fax 1 207 556 4826 or Fax 1 800 328 5461 Australia New Zealand Headquarters IDEXX Australia Unit 20 38 46 South Street Rydalmere NSW 2116 Australia Tel 1300 44 33 99 AUS Tel 0800 102 084 NZ Fax 1800 634 409 AUS Fax 0800 448 443 NZ Complete the online enquiry form to request additional information More International Locations To learn more about IDEXX products and services please contact a representative nearest you Quick Links ELISA Technology xChekPlus Software Certificates of Analysis Institut Pourquier History Product Updates U S IDEXX Learning Center Bovine Learning Track U S How to Run the IDEXX Visual Pregnancy Test Reference Library Animal Health Updates Newsletter U S Product List Livestock and Poultry Diagnostics Brochure Proven Solutions for Herd and Flock Health Disease Diagnostics Using Milk Samples Hypodermosis Hypoderma Hypodermosis or warble fly is a subcutaneous myiasis caused by the larvae of two insects of the order Diptera Hypoderma lineatum HL and Hypoderma bovis HB Long considered only mildly pathogenic hypodermosis is now considered a major parasitic disease due to the pernicious effects of larvae migration In addition to damaging hides the migrating fly larvae trigger serious allergic reactions including anaphylactic shock and reduce milk and meat production Eradication depends upon ELISA testing to detect infection early at the L1 larval stage when systemic treatment can break the infestation cycle In addition to determining the initial degree

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  • xChekPlus Software Request Form
    Influenza Virus SIV Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome PRRS Pseudorabies Virus PRV Aujeszky s Disease ADV Bacterial Actinobacillus Pleuropneumoniae APP Enzootic pneumonia Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae M hyo Salmonellosis Swine Salmonella Parasitic Trichinellosis Trichinella Equine Equine Diagnostics Viral Equine Infectious Anaemia EIA Equine Influenza A West Nile Virus WNV Parasitic Trichinellosis Trichinella Bacterial Contagious Equine Metritis Taylorella equigenitalis Home Livestock Poultry Diagnostics xChekPlus Software Request Form Customers may request a copy of the xChekPlus software application by completing and submitting the following form IDEXX will contact you with information about receiving the software Thank you for your interest in xChekPlus software IDEXX will contact you when your request has been processed indicates required information Sorry but the following errors were found on this page Prefix Select Mr Mrs Ms Dr Prof First Name Last Name Email Confirm Email Telephone Fax Business Name Business Address City ZIP Postal Code Country Choose Your Country United States Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil British Virgin Islands Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Chile China Colombia Comoros Congo Costa Rica Côte d Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic Republic of the Congo Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic East Timor Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Fiji Finland France Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Greece Grenada Guatemala Guinea Guinea Bissau Guyana Haiti Honduras Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Micronesia Moldova Monaco Mongolia Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nauru Nepal Netherlands New Zealand

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  • SNAP NBL Test - Dairy Testing
    kept at room temperature 18 29 C 64 84 F during the day of use Remove only the number of tests to be used for the day Do SNAP tests need to be brought to room temperature before testing No you do not need to warm the tests prior to use you can run the SNAP tests directly out of the refrigerator Do not open the foil pouch until you are ready to run the test Before you test Verify that the SNAP device has coloured spots in the results window and activation circle Make sure the pellet is moving freely in the bottom of the sample tube Be sure your heater block has been preheated to a temperature within the 45 C 5 C range What is the proper heater block temperature SNAP tests must be run at 45 C 5 C 104 122 F The SNAP portable heater blocks have internal thermostats optimised within the range of 40 50 C Allow 10 15 minutes for the portable heater to reach operating temperature If you do not see any colour in the block s temperature strip do not attempt to run the test Contact IDEXX Technical Services if you have any questions about heater performance Call 1 800 321 0207 or 1 207 556 4496 Monday Friday 08 00 to 17 00 ET fax 1 207 556 4630 or send an email Does the SNAP test need to remain on the heater block throughout the entire test Yes the SNAP test must remain on the heater block at 45 C 5 C for the duration of the test during the incubation time the activation time and the colour development time How critical is the activation time of the SNAP test Activation time is critical After the initial incubation pour the entire contents of the sample tube into the sample well of the SNAP device Remain with the device and watch the sample flow across the results window toward the blue activation circle When the blue activation circle begins to disappear press the activator firmly until the device snaps and the activator is flush with the body of the SNAP device Always activate snap the device when the edge of the circle nearest the sample begins to turn from dark blue to white Do not let the circle completely disappear SNAP technical tip When to SNAP SNAP test protocols Can I test more than one sample at a time The number of SNAP tests you can run at one time depends on the type of heater block you have With the pre set portable models that IDEXX offers you can accommodate two SNAP devices at one time If you are running multiple samples set up all samples and SNAP devices on the heater then set a timer for the incubation period After incubation individually pour the samples onto the sample well of each device Watch the devices carefully as each sample may flow at a different rate Activate each device

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  • SNAP MRL Test - Dairy Testing
    45 F Refrigerate all other non ST tests at 2 8 C 36 46 F Tests can be kept at room temperature 18 29 C 64 84 F during the day of use Remove only the number of tests to be used for the day Do SNAP tests need to be brought to room temperature before testing No you do not need to warm the tests prior to use you can run the SNAP tests directly out of the refrigerator Do not open the foil pouch until you are ready to run the test Before you test Verify that the SNAP device has coloured spots in the results window and activation circle Make sure the pellet is moving freely in the bottom of the sample tube Be sure your heater block has been preheated to a temperature within the 45 C 5 C range What is the proper heater block temperature SNAP tests must be run at 45 C 5 C 104 122 F The SNAP portable heater blocks have internal thermostats optimised within the range of 40 50 C Allow 10 15 minutes for the portable heater to reach operating temperature If you do not see any colour in the block s temperature strip do not attempt to run the test Contact IDEXX Technical Services if you have any questions about heater performance Call 1 800 321 0207 or 1 207 556 4496 Monday Friday 08 00 to 17 00 ET fax 1 207 556 4630 or send an email Does the SNAP test need to remain on the heater block throughout the entire test Yes the SNAP test must remain on the heater block at 45 C 5 C for the duration of the test during the incubation time the activation time and the colour development time How critical is the activation time of the SNAP test Activation time is critical After the initial incubation pour the entire contents of the sample tube into the sample well of the SNAP device Remain with the device and watch the sample flow across the results window toward the blue activation circle When the blue activation circle begins to disappear press the activator firmly until the device snaps and the activator is flush with the body of the SNAP device Always activate snap the device when the edge of the circle nearest the sample begins to turn from dark blue to white Do not let the circle completely disappear SNAP technical tip When to SNAP SNAP test protocols Can I test more than one sample at a time The number of SNAP tests you can run at one time depends on the type of heater block you have With the pre set portable models that IDEXX offers you can accommodate two SNAP devices at one time If you are running multiple samples set up all samples and SNAP devices on the heater then set a timer for the incubation period After incubation individually pour the samples onto the sample well of

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  • SNAP Beta-Lactam ST Test - Dairy Testing
    35 ppb Ceftiofur and metabolites 100 ppb 50 80 ppb Cloxacillin 30 ppb 6 ppb Cefalonium 20 ppb 20 ppb Cefazolin 50 ppb 40 ppb Cefoperazone 50 ppb 35 ppb Cefuroxime 50 ppb 15 ppb Dicloxacillin 30 ppb 6 ppb Nafcillin 30 ppb 4 ppb Oxacillin 30 ppb 5 ppb Questions and Answers about SNAP ST tests Note IDEXX SNAP ST tests are not available in the USA or Canada What is the difference between the SNAP Beta Lactam ST Test or the SNAPduo Beta Tetra ST Test and other IDEXX SNAP tests The SNAP Beta Lactam ST Test and the SNAPduo Beta Tetra ST Test contain a proprietary reformulated conjugate pellet that accurately and reliably detects antibiotic residues without heat or incubation allowing you to test cold milk directly from the truck refrigerator or bulk tank IDEXX has validated the tests on over 30 000 devices What happens if I use a heater block To achieve optimal results close to the Maximum Residue Limits using a heater block is not recommended If a heater block is used by mistake follow the prescribed protocol to retest the sample without the heater block How do I use SNAP ST tests It s easy Review the SNAP test protocol for ST tests How long does it take to run a SNAP ST test SNAP ST tests take 6 minutes to run Can tests be returned to the refrigerator if not used that day Tests that were taken out of refrigeration to be used during the day may be returned to refrigeration as long as the room temperature during the day did not exceed 30 C Must the SNAP device be on a level surface to run properly For optimal results run the test on a flat level surface How should I store my SNAP tests Refrigerate all SNAP test materials at 2 8 C 36 46 F Tests can be kept at room temperature 15 22 C 59 72 F during the day of use Remove only the number of tests to be used for the day Do SNAP tests need to be brought to room temperature before testing Yes the SNAP ST Test is designed for use under normal ambient conditions 15 30 C Remove the number of devices needed for the day from refrigeration and allow them to warm to room temperature for at least 15 minutes before using Before you test Verify that the SNAP device has coloured spots in the results window and activation circle Make sure the pellet is moving freely in the bottom of the sample tube How critical is the activation time of the SNAP test Activation time is critical After the reagent pellet has dissolved pour the entire contents of the sample tube into the sample well of the SNAP device Remain with the device and watch the sample flow across the results window toward the blue activation circle When the blue activation circle BEGINS to disappear press the activator firmly until the device

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  • SNAPduo Beta-Tetra Test - Dairy Testing
    Refrigerate SNAP NBL Tests at 0 7 C 32 45 F Refrigerate all other non ST tests at 2 8 C 36 46 F Tests can be kept at room temperature 18 29 C 64 84 F during the day of use Remove only the number of tests to be used for the day Do SNAP tests need to be brought to room temperature before testing No you do not need to warm the tests prior to use you can run the SNAP tests directly out of the refrigerator Do not open the foil pouch until you are ready to run the test Before you test Verify that the SNAP device has coloured spots in the results window and activation circle Make sure the pellet is moving freely in the bottom of the sample tube Be sure your heater block has been preheated to a temperature within the 45 C 5 C range What is the proper heater block temperature SNAP tests must be run at 45 C 5 C 104 122 F The SNAP portable heater blocks have internal thermostats optimised within the range of 40 50 C Allow 10 15 minutes for the portable heater to reach operating temperature If you do not see any colour in the block s temperature strip do not attempt to run the test Contact IDEXX Technical Services if you have any questions about heater performance Call 1 800 321 0207 or 1 207 556 4496 Monday Friday 08 00 to 17 00 ET fax 1 207 556 4630 or send an email Does the SNAP test need to remain on the heater block throughout the entire test Yes the SNAP test must remain on the heater block at 45 C 5 C for the duration of the test during the incubation time the activation time and the colour development time How critical is the activation time of the SNAP test Activation time is critical After the initial incubation pour the entire contents of the sample tube into the sample well of the SNAP device Remain with the device and watch the sample flow across the results window toward the blue activation circle When the blue activation circle begins to disappear press the activator firmly until the device snaps and the activator is flush with the body of the SNAP device Always activate snap the device when the edge of the circle nearest the sample begins to turn from dark blue to white Do not let the circle completely disappear SNAP technical tip When to SNAP SNAP test protocols Can I test more than one sample at a time The number of SNAP tests you can run at one time depends on the type of heater block you have With the pre set portable models that IDEXX offers you can accommodate two SNAP devices at one time If you are running multiple samples set up all samples and SNAP devices on the heater then set a timer for the incubation period After incubation

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  • SNAPduo Beta-Tetra ST - Dairy Testing
    Cephapirin 60 ppb 35 ppb Ceftiofur and metabolites 100 ppb 50 80 ppb Cloxacillin 30 ppb 6 ppb Cefalonium 20 ppb 20 ppb Cefazolin 50 ppb 40 ppb Cefoperazone 50 ppb 35 ppb Cefuroxime 50 ppb 15 ppb Dicloxacillin 30 ppb 6 ppb Nafcillin 30 ppb 4 ppb Oxacillin 30 ppb 5 ppb Questions and Answers about SNAP ST tests Note IDEXX SNAP ST tests are not available in the USA or Canada What is the difference between the SNAP Beta Lactam ST Test or the SNAPduo Beta Tetra ST Test and other IDEXX SNAP tests The SNAP Beta Lactam ST Test and the SNAPduo Beta Tetra ST Test contain a proprietary reformulated conjugate pellet that accurately and reliably detects antibiotic residues without heat or incubation allowing you to test cold milk directly from the truck refrigerator or bulk tank IDEXX has validated the tests on over 30 000 devices What happens if I use a heater block To achieve optimal results close to the Maximum Residue Limits using a heater block is not recommended If a heater block is used by mistake follow the prescribed protocol to retest the sample without the heater block How do I use SNAP ST tests It s easy Review the SNAP test protocol for ST tests How long does it take to run a SNAP ST test SNAP ST tests take 6 minutes to run Can tests be returned to the refrigerator if not used that day Tests that were taken out of refrigeration to be used during the day may be returned to refrigeration as long as the room temperature during the day did not exceed 30 C Must the SNAP device be on a level surface to run properly For optimal results run the test on a flat level surface How should I store my SNAP tests Refrigerate all SNAP test materials at 2 8 C 36 46 F Tests can be kept at room temperature 15 22 C 59 72 F during the day of use Remove only the number of tests to be used for the day Do SNAP tests need to be brought to room temperature before testing Yes the SNAP ST Test is designed for use under normal ambient conditions 15 30 C Remove the number of devices needed for the day from refrigeration and allow them to warm to room temperature for at least 15 minutes before using Before you test Verify that the SNAP device has coloured spots in the results window and activation circle Make sure the pellet is moving freely in the bottom of the sample tube How critical is the activation time of the SNAP test Activation time is critical After the reagent pellet has dissolved pour the entire contents of the sample tube into the sample well of the SNAP device Remain with the device and watch the sample flow across the results window toward the blue activation circle When the blue activation circle BEGINS to disappear press the activator firmly

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