Equine Respiratory Serologic Panel

Test Schedule
Lab Lab section Days Turnaround
WADDL - Pullman Immunodiagnostics
*See note
4-14 days
*Note: This is a test panel. Please refer to the individual test schedule for more information.
Price: $41.50
Detection of antibodies to equine herpes virus type 1 and equine arteritis virus. (See individual tests for details)
Optional Equine Influenza test can be sent out to NVSL for an extra fee.
WADDL is not currently performing VN tests and is temporarily referring samples to other accredited laboratories. Testing for the VN tests on this panel will be performed at Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory (TVMDL). The listed price includes TVMDL’s $8.00 Accession fee and their price for the test.  Additional charges for shipping and handling and the 8.6% University Fee will be added.  We try to minimize shipping charges by sending several samples in a single shipment.  Turnaround times vary depending on shipping time and the referral lab's schedule.

Specimens Required
3 ml serum preferred, or 5-7 ml clotted blood.
Sampling Requirements
For additional information on how to collect and submit a sample please visit our Submit a Sample page.
Collection Container
Serum: Glass or plastic tubes with no additives, e.g., red top tubes, or serum separator tubes.

Packing Instructions
For additional information, please visit our Packing and Shipping page.
Special Instructions
Samples must arrive at WADDL by noon one business day before the scheduled test day to be included in the next day's run. Samples that miss the deadline will be held until the next scheduled test day. 
Excessively hemolyzed samples are not acceptable for testing.
Submission of acute and convalescent samples is recommended for interpretation of most titered serologic tests. Paired titers must be tested at the same time to ensure results are interpreted correctly. To avoid testing acute samples twice, hold and submit the acute samples with convalescent samples. If convalescent samples are later submitted, the previously submitted acute samples will be re-run with convalescent samples, resulting in three test charges (initial acute, retest acute and convalescent). If convalescent samples will not be collected, or when disease is strongly suspect due to history, immediate testing of the acute sample may be warranted.
Ordering Instructions
For online test ordering please visit our Submit a Sample page for additional information. To submit a specimen without submitting through our online portal please see our Forms page for fillable forms and further instruction.
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