Available Testing Options
Seneca Valley Virus PCR
Recently, Seneca Valley virus (SVV) has been reported in multiple breeding herds in the upper Midwest. This is a vesicular disease associated with the acute loss of neonatal pigs. Clinical signs can be confused with other vesicular diseases, including FMDV, swine vesicular disease, and vesicular stomatitis.
Target: Seneca Valley virus
Test: Quantitative PCR (results are reported as Negative and Positive with Ct values)
Test days: Monday through Friday
Anticipated turnaround: 1-2 days
Samples: Fresh nasal or fecal swabs or feces
Sample media: Sterile container containing 0.5 ml of PBS or sterile saline
For more information on these test options, please contact KSVDL Client Care at firstname.lastname@example.org or 866-884-3867.