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Kansas State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

Core Vaccine Spotlight

Our core vaccine panels provide numerical titer values for canine (distemper virus, parvovirus, and adenovirus) and feline (herpesvirus, calicivirus, and panleukopenia) vaccine responses. The microRFFIT rabies titer test yields a result of < or >/= 0.5IU/mL, which is considered the value indicative of response to vaccination in dogs and cats. The core vaccine panels and the microRFFIT are only offered to veterinarians using our online core vaccine submission form. The test fee includes a complimentary UPS shipping label if you are located with the 48 contiguous states. Follow this link for more information about the utility of this testing and details about interpretation of titers.

To order a core vaccine panel, you must be a veterinary clinic with a diagnostic account number. If you need help finding this number or need to request access for the first time using the online core vaccine form, please call client care at 785-532-5650 (toll free 866-512-5650) or email clientcare@vet.k-state.edu.

To set up a new account, follow this link and complete the requested information. Be sure to check the box requesting access to the Core Vaccine Titer online submission form. Once verified by our client care staff, we will email you your new client account number. This number can then be used to order testing with our online submission form. You can add up to 10 patients on each form and select either a core panel, a microRFFIT rabies, or both for each patient. Once completed, you will receive two emails: one with a copy of your submission form to print and include with your samples; and another with a link to obtain your pre-paid UPS shipping label.

Please watch the following video, contact us at 785-532-5650 or email clientcare@vet.k-state.edu if you need more help with the process.

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