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BVC Client Handbook


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Department Test/Panel (Procedure) Specimen(s) Expected Time Days
Department Test/Panel (Procedure) Specimen(s) Expected Time Weekdays
Clinical Pathology 25-Hydroxyvitamin D (Michigan St) Fee Schedule
< h3 > 25-Hydroxyvitamin D (Michigan St)Fee Schedule:
$50.00
  7 days M-F
Clinical Pathology ACTH endogenous (Cornell) Details
< h3 > ACTH endogenous (Cornell)Details:
Precautions for ACTH: Equine plasma concentrations of ACTH are affected by stress, exercise, and some drugs. ACTH is readily metabolized in whole blood and serum samples. Blood samples must be collected with EDTA as the anticoagulant. Samples should be kept chilled and plasma removed from cells within 4 hours after collection. Test results from samples left on cells longer than 4 hours should be interpreted with caution. Horses should not be exercised or stressed before drawing blood samples because exercise and stress can increase ACTH levels.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > ACTH endogenous (Cornell)Fee Schedule:
$30.50
1 mL frozen Plasma. Spun down within 4 hours of draw and removed from cells. Frozen after separation., Precautions for ACTH: Equine plasma concentrations of ACTH are affected by stress, exercise, and some drugs. ACTH is readily metabolized in whole blood and serum samples. Blood samples must be collected with EDTA as the anticoagulant. Samples should be kept chilled and plasma removed from cells within 4 hours after collection. Test results from samples left on cells longer than 4 hours should be interpreted with caution. Horses should not be exercised or stressed before drawing blood samples because exercise and stress can increase ACTH levels. 3 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Albumin (ALB) (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Albumin (ALB) (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology ALT (SGPT) (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > ALT (SGPT) (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Amylase (AMY) (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Amylase (AMY) (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology ANA (Idexx) Fee Schedule
< h3 > ANA (Idexx)Fee Schedule:
$70.50
1 mL Serum 4 days M-F
Clinical Pathology AST (SGOT) (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > AST (SGOT) (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Avian CBC (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Avian CBC (Panel)Panel Tests:
HCT (Antech) 3 days
WBC (Antech) 3 days
Het/Poly (Antech) 3 days
Lymphs (Antech) 3 days
Monos (Antech) 3 days
EOS (Antech) 3 days
Baso (Antech) 3 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Avian CBC (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$29.50
two blood smears, one full Hct tube, 0.3 mL LTT for manual WBC 3 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Bile Acid Panel (Panel) Details
< h3 > Bile Acid Panel (Panel)Details:
Fast for 12 hours prior to drawing pre-sample. Feed fatty meal and draw 2 hours later. Occasionally post-prandial levels are lower than fasting levels due to spontaneous gall bladder contractions prior to feeding.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Bile Acid Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
Bile Acid, Pre Meal (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Bile Acid, Post Meal (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bile Acid Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$51.50
Two (2) 0.5 mL serum samples, Fast for 12 hours prior to drawing pre-sample. Feed fatty meal and draw 2 hours later. Occasionally post-prandial levels are lower than fasting levels due to spontaneous gall bladder contractions prior to feeding. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Bile Acid, Baseline (Beckman AU480) Details
< h3 > Bile Acid, Baseline (Beckman AU480)Details:
Random Sample no fasting
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bile Acid, Baseline (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$25.75
0.5 mL Serum, Random Sample no fasting 3 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Bile Acid, Post Meal (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bile Acid, Post Meal (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$25.75
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Bile Acid, Pre Meal (Beckman AU480) Details
< h3 > Bile Acid, Pre Meal (Beckman AU480)Details:
Fasting Sample
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bile Acid, Pre Meal (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$25.75
0.5 mL Serum, Fasting Sample 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Bilirubin, Direct (Beckman AU480) Details
< h3 > Bilirubin, Direct (Beckman AU480)Details:
Results may be falsely elevated by hemolysis and lipemia.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bilirubin, Direct (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.50
Results may be falsely elevated by hemolysis and lipemia., 0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Bilirubin, Indirect (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bilirubin, Indirect (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.50
Calculated 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Bilirubin, Total (Beckman AU480) Details
< h3 > Bilirubin, Total (Beckman AU480)Details:
Results may be falsely elevated by hemolysis and lipemia.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bilirubin, Total (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.50
Results may be falsely elevated by hemolysis and lipemia., 0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Bromide (Univ of IL) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bromide (Univ of IL)Fee Schedule:
$37.75
  4 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Bulk-Tank Milk (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Bulk-Tank Milk (Panel)Panel Tests:
Standard Plate Count (Aerobic Culture) 2 days
DELVO (Variable) 7 days
LPC (Std. Plate) 1 day
Total Coliform Count (All Enterobactericiae members) (Aerobic Culture) 5 days
Somatic Milk Counts (Newman-Lampert stain) 2 days
Mycoplasma genus (PCR) 5 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bulk-Tank Milk (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$39.50
2mL fresh, unfrozen milk 7 days M-F
Clinical Pathology BUN (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > BUN (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Calcium (Beckman AU480) Details
< h3 > Calcium (Beckman AU480)Details:
Avoid EDTA plasma sample.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Calcium (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum, Avoid EDTA plasma sample. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology CardioPet proBNP-Canine (Idexx) Fee Schedule
< h3 > CardioPet proBNP-Canine (Idexx)Fee Schedule:
$76.50
1 mL EDTA plasma (preferred specimen in dogs) or 1 mL serum (keep refrigerated; send with cold pack). Avoid grossly hemolyzed specimens. Serum specimens must be kept cold to prevent degradation. Interferences include: prolonged contact with glass, aged sample, gross hemolysis, repeated freeze/thaw cycles. Serum specimens received at room temperature may have decreased levels. Azotemia, cardiac arrhythmias & pulmonary hypertension may elevate levels. 3 days M-F
Clinical Pathology CBC (Panel) Details
< h3 > CBC (Panel)Details:
Submission of freshly prepared blood smear required for differentiation of bands. These slides should be aired dried only – no heat or alcohol fixing, or staining. Use of purple-top EDTA tubes is highly recommended for best results. Care should be taken when drawing samples to eliminate the possibility of hemolysis which lowers the total RBC count, thereby altering the calculated RBC indices.
Panel Tests
< h3 > CBC (Panel)Panel Tests:
WBC (XT-2000iV) 1 day
RBC (XT-2000iV) 1 day
Hemoglobin (XT-2000iV) 1 day
HCT (XT-2000iV) 1 day
MCV (XT-2000iV) 1 day
MCH (XT-2000iV) 1 day
MCHC (XT-2000iV) 1 day
Platelets (XT-2000iV) 1 day
NEU, Absolute (XT-2000iV) 1 day
NEU (XT-2000iV) 1 day
Bands (Visual) 1 day
Lymphs, Absolute (XT-2000iV) 1 day
Lymphs (XT-2000iV) 1 day
Monos, Absolute (XT-2000iV) 1 day
Monos (XT-2000iV) 1 day
EOS, Absolute (XT-2000iV) 1 day
EOS (XT-2000iV) 1 day
Baso, Absolute (XT-2000iV) 1 day
Baso (XT-2000iV) 1 day
NRBC (Visual) 1 day
Fibrinogen (Quantitative) (Heat Precipitation) 1 day
Blast (Visual) 1 day
Var Lym (Visual) 1 day
Tox Gran (Visual) 1 day
Polychromasia (Visual) 1 day
Hypochromasia (Visual) 1 day
Target (Visual) 1 day
Poikilocytosis (Visual) 1 day
Anisocytosis (Visual) 1 day
Baso, Stippling (Visual) 1 day
Sphero (Visual) 1 day
Heinz Bodies (Slide Exam) 1 day
Howell Jolly Bodies (Visual) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > CBC (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$10.25
EDTA tube 1/2 to 2/3 full of unclotted blood, Submission of freshly prepared blood smear required for differentiation of bands. These slides should be aired dried only – no heat or alcohol fixing, or staining. Use of purple-top EDTA tubes is highly recommended for best results. Care should be taken when drawing samples to eliminate the possibility of hemolysis which lowers the total RBC count, thereby altering the calculated RBC indices. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology CBC Avian (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > CBC Avian (Panel)Panel Tests:
WBC Estimate (Idexx) 2 days
WBC Count (Idexx) 2 days
HCT (Idexx) 2 days
Heterophils (Idexx) 2 days
Lymphs (Idexx) 2 days
Heterophils, Absolute (Idexx) 2 days
Lymphs, Absolute (Idexx) 2 days
Platelets (Idexx) 3 days
RBC parasite (Idexx) 2 days
Plasma Protein (Idexx) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > CBC Avian (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$45.00
  3 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Chloride (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Chloride (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$7.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Cholesterol (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cholesterol (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology CO2 (Bicarbonate) (Beckman AU480) Details
< h3 > CO2 (Bicarbonate) (Beckman AU480)Details:
Once separated from cells, protect from exposure to air.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > CO2 (Bicarbonate) (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
Once separated from cells, protect from exposure to air., 0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Coagulation Panel 1 (Panel) Details
< h3 > Coagulation Panel 1 (Panel)Details:
1 mL LTT, two blood smears, citrated plasma (one full BTT spun, separated into a plain, no-additive RTT without clot activator or a plastic tube, labeled as citrated plasma, and frozen).
Panel Tests
< h3 > Coagulation Panel 1 (Panel)Panel Tests:
Prothrombin Time (PT) (Idexx) 3 days
Prothrombin (PTT) (Idexx) 3 days
Platelets (Idexx) 3 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Coagulation Panel 1 (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$51.50
Full BT (at least 2 mL) and 1 LTT, 1 mL LTT, two blood smears, citrated plasma (one full BTT spun, separated into a plain, no-additive RTT without clot activator or a plastic tube, labeled as citrated plasma, and frozen) , 1 mL LTT, two blood smears, citrated plasma (one full BTT spun, separated into a plain, no-additive RTT without clot activator or a plastic tube, labeled as citrated plasma, and frozen). 3 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Coagulation Panel Small Animal (Panel) Details
< h3 > Coagulation Panel Small Animal (Panel)Details:
Citrated plasma must be removed from the cells within 2 hours of draw time. Correct blood-to-anticoagulant ratio is very important.
  1. Fill the BTT as much as vacuum will allow to obtain proper ratio.
  2. Invert tube gently several times after filling.
  3. Centrifuge immediately at 1500 rpm for 15 minutes.
  4. Separate the plasma from the cells and transfer to a plastic tube or plain, no-additive RTT without clot activator (not a serum tube).
  5. Label as citrated plasma.
  6. Freeze the sample and ship on ice

Panel Tests
< h3 > Coagulation Panel Small Animal (Panel)Panel Tests:
Activated Partial Thromboplastin (aPTT) (Cornell) 2 days
Prothrombin Time (PT) (Cornell) 2 days
Thrombin Time (TT) (Cornell) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Coagulation Panel Small Animal (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$30.50
2 ml Separated Citrated Plasma, Citrated plasma must be removed from the cells within 2 hours of draw time. Correct blood-to-anticoagulant ratio is very important.
  1. Fill the BTT as much as vacuum will allow to obtain proper ratio.
  2. Invert tube gently several times after filling.
  3. Centrifuge immediately at 1500 rpm for 15 minutes.
  4. Separate the plasma from the cells and transfer to a plastic tube or plain, no-additive RTT without clot activator (not a serum tube).
  5. Label as citrated plasma.
  6. Freeze the sample and ship on ice
2 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Coagulation Profile w D-Dimer (Panel) Details
< h3 > Coagulation Profile w D-Dimer (Panel)Details:
Also includes CBC Panel
Correct blood-to-anticoagulant ratio is very important.
  1. Fill the BTT as much as vacuum will allow to obtain proper ratio.
  2. Invert tube gently several times after filling.
  3. Centrifuge immediately at 1500 rpm for 15 minutes.
  4. Separate the plasma from the cells and transfer to a plastic tube or plain, no-additive RTT without clot activator (not a serum tube).
  5. Label as citrated plasma.
  6. Freeze the sample and ship on ice.

Citrated plasma must be removed from the cells within 2 hours of draw time.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Coagulation Profile w D-Dimer (Panel)Panel Tests:
D-Dimer (Idexx) 5 days
Fibrinogen (Quantitative) (Idexx) 2 days
Platelets (Idexx) 3 days
Prothrombin Time (PT) (Idexx) 3 days
Prothrombin (PTT) (Idexx) 3 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Coagulation Profile w D-Dimer (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$96.00
Also includes CBC Panel, 2 mL LTT, two blood smears, two tubes of citrated plasma (two full BTT spun, separated into a plain, no-additive RTT without clot activator or a plastic tube, labeled as citrated plasma, and frozen), Correct blood-to-anticoagulant ratio is very important.
  1. Fill the BTT as much as vacuum will allow to obtain proper ratio.
  2. Invert tube gently several times after filling.
  3. Centrifuge immediately at 1500 rpm for 15 minutes.
  4. Separate the plasma from the cells and transfer to a plastic tube or plain, no-additive RTT without clot activator (not a serum tube).
  5. Label as citrated plasma.
  6. Freeze the sample and ship on ice.
, Citrated plasma must be removed from the cells within 2 hours of draw time.
5 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Cobalamin and Folate (Panel) Details
< h3 > Cobalamin and Folate (Panel)Details:
Fast the patient overnight before specimen collection. Spin and separate the serum as soon as specimen has clotted.
Folate is light sensitive and has limited stability unless frozen. Sample should be removed from cells as soon as clot forms. The tube should then be wrapped in foil or similar material to limit exposure to light and frozen. Ship overnight with sufficient ice packs to keep sample cold.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Cobalamin and Folate (Panel)Panel Tests:
Cobalamin (TVMDL) 4 days
Folate (TVMDL) 4 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cobalamin and Folate (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$58.25
1 mL Serum, Fast the patient overnight before specimen collection. Spin and separate the serum as soon as specimen has clotted., Folate is light sensitive and has limited stability unless frozen. Sample should be removed from cells as soon as clot forms. The tube should then be wrapped in foil or similar material to limit exposure to light and frozen. Ship overnight with sufficient ice packs to keep sample cold. 4 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Cortisol ACTH Stimulation (Panel) Details
< h3 > Cortisol ACTH Stimulation (Panel)Details:

INTERPRETATION OF THE ACTH RESPONSE TEST

NORMAL ANIMALS: Pre-ACTH concentration of cortisol is within the reference value above for normal animals. Post-ACTH concentration is elevated 2 to 3 times above the pre-ACTH concentration.

PRIMARY HYPOADRENOCORTICISM (ADDISON'S DISEASE; ADRENOCORTICAL INSUFFICIENCY): Pre-ACTH concentration of cortisol is below the reference value (often undetectable) or low normal. Post- ACTH concentration does not differ from the pre-ACTH concentration or changes very little. 50% of animals with Addison’s have post-ACTH levels below pre-ACTH concentrations.

SECONDARY HYPOADRENOCORTICISM: Pre-ACTH concentration of cortisol is below the reference value (sometimes undetectable) or low normal. Post-ACTH concentration is elevated 3 to 5 times above the pre-ACTH concentration.

PRIMARY HYPERADRENOCORTICISM (ADRENOCORTICAL TUMOR): Pre-ACTH concentration of cortisol is usually above the reference value. However, because of the sporadic pattern of cortisol secretion, its concentration may be within the reference value, even low. Post-ACTH concentration may be within the reference value, above the reference value, or unchanged from pre-ACTH concentration. No change from pre-ACTH concentration is an excellent indication of a tumor. The ACTH response test is only clearly positive in 30% of animals with hyperadrenocorticism (HAC), and normal in 40% of those with HAC. If the ACTH response test is normal and HAC is still suspected, proceed with a low-dose dexamethasone suppression test.

SECONDARY HYPERADRENOCORTICISM (CUSHING'S DISEASE; PITUITARY-DEPENDENT HYPERADRENOCORTICISM): Pre-ACTH concentration of cortisol is usually above the reference value. However, because of the sporadic pattern of cortisol secretion, its concentration may be within the reference value, even low. Post-ACTH concentration of cortisol usually is far above the reference value because of functional adrenocortical hyperplasia.

IATROGENIC CUSHING'S SYNDROME: Pre-ACTH concentration of cortisol is below the reference value (often undetectable) or low normal. After long-term treatment with corticosteroids, post-ACTH concentration does not differ from pre-ACTH concentration or changes very little.

NOTE: Many factors can affect cortisol concentrations, including daily fluctuations, stress, drugs (especially prednisone and prenisolone), and reproductive state.


Panel Tests
< h3 > Cortisol ACTH Stimulation (Panel)Panel Tests:
Cortisol, Pre ACTH (Variable) 1 day
Cortisol, Post ACTH (Variable) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cortisol ACTH Stimulation (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$33.75
1 mL serum per tube labeled Pre-ACTH and Post-ACTH,

INTERPRETATION OF THE ACTH RESPONSE TEST

NORMAL ANIMALS: Pre-ACTH concentration of cortisol is within the reference value above for normal animals. Post-ACTH concentration is elevated 2 to 3 times above the pre-ACTH concentration.

PRIMARY HYPOADRENOCORTICISM (ADDISON'S DISEASE; ADRENOCORTICAL INSUFFICIENCY): Pre-ACTH concentration of cortisol is below the reference value (often undetectable) or low normal. Post- ACTH concentration does not differ from the pre-ACTH concentration or changes very little. 50% of animals with Addison’s have post-ACTH levels below pre-ACTH concentrations.

SECONDARY HYPOADRENOCORTICISM: Pre-ACTH concentration of cortisol is below the reference value (sometimes undetectable) or low normal. Post-ACTH concentration is elevated 3 to 5 times above the pre-ACTH concentration.

PRIMARY HYPERADRENOCORTICISM (ADRENOCORTICAL TUMOR): Pre-ACTH concentration of cortisol is usually above the reference value. However, because of the sporadic pattern of cortisol secretion, its concentration may be within the reference value, even low. Post-ACTH concentration may be within the reference value, above the reference value, or unchanged from pre-ACTH concentration. No change from pre-ACTH concentration is an excellent indication of a tumor. The ACTH response test is only clearly positive in 30% of animals with hyperadrenocorticism (HAC), and normal in 40% of those with HAC. If the ACTH response test is normal and HAC is still suspected, proceed with a low-dose dexamethasone suppression test.

SECONDARY HYPERADRENOCORTICISM (CUSHING'S DISEASE; PITUITARY-DEPENDENT HYPERADRENOCORTICISM): Pre-ACTH concentration of cortisol is usually above the reference value. However, because of the sporadic pattern of cortisol secretion, its concentration may be within the reference value, even low. Post-ACTH concentration of cortisol usually is far above the reference value because of functional adrenocortical hyperplasia.

IATROGENIC CUSHING'S SYNDROME: Pre-ACTH concentration of cortisol is below the reference value (often undetectable) or low normal. After long-term treatment with corticosteroids, post-ACTH concentration does not differ from pre-ACTH concentration or changes very little.

NOTE: Many factors can affect cortisol concentrations, including daily fluctuations, stress, drugs (especially prednisone and prenisolone), and reproductive state.

1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Cortisol Equine Dexamethasone (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Cortisol Equine Dexamethasone (Panel)Panel Tests:
Cortisol, Pre Dex (Variable) 1 day
Cortisol, 12 Hr Post Dex (Variable) 1 day
Cortisol, 18 Hr Post Dex (Variable) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cortisol Equine Dexamethasone (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$51.00
1 mL serum per sample drawn 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Cortisol High Dexamethasone (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Cortisol High Dexamethasone (Panel)Panel Tests:
Cortisol, Baseline (Immulite) 1 day
Cortisol, 4 Hr Post Dex (Variable) 1 day
Cortisol, 8 Hr Post Dex (Variable) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cortisol High Dexamethasone (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$51.00
Three (3) 1 mL serum samples 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Cortisol Low Dexamethasone (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Cortisol Low Dexamethasone (Panel)Panel Tests:
Cortisol, Baseline (Immulite) 1 day
Cortisol, 4 Hr Post Dex (Variable) 1 day
Cortisol, 8 Hr Post Dex (Variable) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cortisol Low Dexamethasone (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$51.00
Three (3) 1 mL serum samples 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Cortisol, Baseline (Immulite) Details
< h3 > Cortisol, Baseline (Immulite)Details:
Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.

Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cortisol, Baseline (Immulite)Fee Schedule:
$16.50
1 mL Serum, 1 mL Serum, 1 mL Serum, Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.
1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Cortisol, Post ACTH (Variable) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cortisol, Post ACTH (Variable)Fee Schedule:
$15.75
1 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology CPK (Beckman AU480) Details
< h3 > CPK (Beckman AU480)Details:
Avoid hemolysis
Fee Schedule
< h3 > CPK (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum, Avoid hemolysis 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Creatinine (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Creatinine (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Cryptosporidia (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cryptosporidia (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$18.25
  7 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Differential Manual (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Differential Manual (Panel)Panel Tests:
NEU Count (Visual) 1 day
Lymphs Count (Visual) 1 day
Monos Count (Visual) 1 day
EOS Count (Visual) 1 day
Baso Count (Visual) 1 day
Bands (Visual) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Differential Manual (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$10.25
  1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Digoxin (Idexx) Details
< h3 > Digoxin (Idexx)Details:
Collect sample in RTT only, do not use SST. Blood specimens for therapeutic drug-monitoring are typically drawn 6-8 hours post-dosing, 7-10 days after initiating therapy. The half-life of digoxin is approximately 30 hours in the dog, 39-78 hours in the cat, and 20 hours in the horse. A steady-state blood level is reached after five half-lives, typically 5-7 days in canine patients and 10 days in feline patients.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Digoxin (Idexx)Fee Schedule:
$59.00
1 mL Serum, Collect sample in RTT only, do not use SST. Blood specimens for therapeutic drug-monitoring are typically drawn 6-8 hours post-dosing, 7-10 days after initiating therapy. The half-life of digoxin is approximately 30 hours in the dog, 39-78 hours in the cat, and 20 hours in the horse. A steady-state blood level is reached after five half-lives, typically 5-7 days in canine patients and 10 days in feline patients. 3 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Ectoparasite (Slide Exam) Details
< h3 > Ectoparasite (Slide Exam)Details:
Submit several representative, undamaged specimen, either dry or in formalin or alcohol.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Ectoparasite (Slide Exam)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
Several undamaged parasites, Submit several representative, undamaged specimen, either dry or in formalin or alcohol. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Electrolytes (Panel) Details
< h3 > Electrolytes (Panel)Details:
Avoid hemolysis, refrigerate
Panel Tests
< h3 > Electrolytes (Panel)Panel Tests:
Chloride (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Sodium (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Potassium (Beckman AU480) 1 day
CO2 (Bicarbonate) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Calcium (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Magnesium (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Phosphorous (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Anion Gap (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Electrolytes (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$12.75
1 mL Serum, Avoid hemolysis, refrigerate 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Endophyte (UK LDDC) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Endophyte (UK LDDC)Fee Schedule:
$51.00
  14 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Estrone Sulfate (Cornell) Details
< h3 > Estrone Sulfate (Cornell)Details:
  1. Collect blood using a plain RTT without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.)
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube properly labeled and appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight or 2 day courier service.

Collect serum at least 100 days after breeding.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Estrone Sulfate (Cornell)Fee Schedule:
$37.75
Collect serum at least 100 days after breeding., 1 mL Serum,
  1. Collect blood using a plain RTT without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.)
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube properly labeled and appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight or 2 day courier service.
10 days M-F
Clinical Pathology FE-Floatation Crypto (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > FE-Floatation Crypto (Panel)Panel Tests:
Fee Schedule
< h3 > FE-Floatation Crypto (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$10.25
5 g fresh fecal sample M-F
Clinical Pathology Fecal Cryptosporidia Stain (Acid fast stain) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Fecal Cryptosporidia Stain (Acid fast stain)Fee Schedule:
$9.25
Fresh fecal sample 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Fecal Egg Count (McMaster's) Details
< h3 > Fecal Egg Count (McMaster's)Details:
Fecal sample should be placed in a plastic bag, rolled and sealed to eliminate exposure to air. Storage at 2-8°C is recommended.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Fecal Egg Count (McMaster's)Fee Schedule:
$17.00
3g Fresh Fecal Sample, Fecal sample should be placed in a plastic bag, rolled and sealed to eliminate exposure to air. Storage at 2-8°C is recommended. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Fecal Exam-Floatation Crypto (Panel) Details
< h3 > Fecal Exam-Floatation Crypto (Panel)Details:
Fecal sample should be placed in a plastic bag, rolled and sealed to eliminate exposure to air. Storage at 2-8°C is recommended.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Fecal Exam-Floatation Crypto (Panel)Panel Tests:
Fecal Cryptosporidia Stain (Acid fast stain) 1 day
Fecal Flotation (Variable) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Fecal Exam-Floatation Crypto (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
5 g fresh fecal sample, Fecal sample should be placed in a plastic bag, rolled and sealed to eliminate exposure to air. Storage at 2-8°C is recommended. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Fecal Exam-Starch Fat Trypsin (Panel) Details
< h3 > Fecal Exam-Starch Fat Trypsin (Panel)Details:
Fecal sample should be placed in a plastic bag, rolled and sealed to eliminate exposure to air. Storage at 2-8°C is recommended.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Fecal Exam-Starch Fat Trypsin (Panel)Panel Tests:
Fecal Starch ( Variable) 1 day
Fecal Fat (Variable) 1 day
Fecal Trypsin (Variable) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Fecal Exam-Starch Fat Trypsin (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
5 g fresh fecal sample, Fecal sample should be placed in a plastic bag, rolled and sealed to eliminate exposure to air. Storage at 2-8°C is recommended. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Fecal Flotation (Variable) Details
< h3 > Fecal Flotation (Variable)Details:
Fecal sample should be placed in a plastic bag, rolled and sealed to eliminate exposure to air. Storage at 2-8°C is recommended.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Fecal Flotation (Variable)Fee Schedule:
$7.00
5 g fresh fecal sample, Fecal sample should be placed in a plastic bag, rolled and sealed to eliminate exposure to air. Storage at 2-8°C is recommended. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Fibrinogen (Quantitative) (Heat Precipitation) Details
< h3 > Fibrinogen (Quantitative) (Heat Precipitation)Details:
EDTA is the anticoagulant of choice for this test. Use of other anticoagulants may affect accuracy of this test. This test cannot be run on extremely hemolyzed or clotted samples.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Fibrinogen (Quantitative) (Heat Precipitation)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
1 mL Plasma or 3 mL unclotted EDTA, EDTA is the anticoagulant of choice for this test. Use of other anticoagulants may affect accuracy of this test. This test cannot be run on extremely hemolyzed or clotted samples. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Fluid Analysis Panel (Panel) Details
< h3 > Fluid Analysis Panel (Panel)Details:
Clotted or extremely viscous samples will not receive WBC counts due to limitations of the instrument. Protein, specific gravity and pH testing will be compromised by the presence of large amounts of blood in the sample.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Fluid Analysis Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
Fluid Color (Visual) 1 day
Fluid Transparency (Visual) 1 day
Fluid Amount (Visual) 1 day
Specific Gravity (Refractometer) 1 day
pH (Variable) 1 day
Protein (Refractometer) 1 day
WBC / fa (XT-2000iV) 1 day
Cytology (Variable) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Fluid Analysis Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$22.50
Fluid, Clotted or extremely viscous samples will not receive WBC counts due to limitations of the instrument. Protein, specific gravity and pH testing will be compromised by the presence of large amounts of blood in the sample. 2 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Free T4 (Immulite) Details
< h3 > Free T4 (Immulite)Details:
Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.

Fee Schedule
< h3 > Free T4 (Immulite)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
1 mL Serum, Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.
1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Free T4 (Equilibrium Dialysis) (Michigan St) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Free T4 (Equilibrium Dialysis) (Michigan St)Fee Schedule:
$66.25
  4 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Fructosamine (Beckman AU480) Details
< h3 > Fructosamine (Beckman AU480)Details:
Serum fructosamine concentrations correlate with the average blood glucose concentrations over the previous two to three weeks.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Fructosamine (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$18.00
0.5 mL Serum, Serum fructosamine concentrations correlate with the average blood glucose concentrations over the previous two to three weeks. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Giardia/Crypto DFA (Panel) Details
< h3 > Giardia/Crypto DFA (Panel)Details:
Unfixed specimens should be kept refrigerated until packaging and shipped on ice with overnight delivery.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Giardia/Crypto DFA (Panel)Panel Tests:
Giardia (Fluorescent Antibody Test) 7 days
Cryptosporidia (Fluorescent Antibody Test) 7 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Giardia/Crypto DFA (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$20.50
5 gm fresh feces. Optimal specimen is 4:1 dilution of 10% formalin to feces fixed within 2 hours of defecation. Additional unfixed specimen needed for the zinc sulfate flotation which is included with this test., F, Unfixed specimens should be kept refrigerated until packaging and shipped on ice with overnight delivery. 7 days F
Clinical Pathology Globulin (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Globulin (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
Calculated 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Glucose (Beckman AU480) Details
< h3 > Glucose (Beckman AU480)Details:
Allow sample to clot, then immediately spin and remove serum.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Glucose (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum, Allow sample to clot, then immediately spin and remove serum. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology IgG (Variable) Fee Schedule
< h3 > IgG (Variable)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
1.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Insulin (Cornell) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Insulin (Cornell)Fee Schedule:
$26.50
  6 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Insulin - Glucose (Panel) Details
< h3 > Insulin - Glucose (Panel)Details:
Test should be drawn when animal is hypoglycemic which may require an 8 hour fast.
Samples should ideally be drawn when the blood glucose level is less than 60 mg/dL when evaluating for insulinoma. Spin and separate the serum within 30-60 minutes of blood draw.
Interferences with this test include hemolysis, lipemia, radioactive compounds, insulin therapy, glycolysis occurring from incomplete separation of cells from sample.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Insulin - Glucose (Panel)Panel Tests:
Insulin (Idexx) 10 days
Glucose (Idexx) 10 days
Insulin-Glucose Ratio (Idexx) 10 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Insulin - Glucose (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$73.50
Test should be drawn when animal is hypoglycemic which may require an 8 hour fast., Samples should ideally be drawn when the blood glucose level is less than 60 mg/dL when evaluating for insulinoma. Spin and separate the serum within 30-60 minutes of blood draw., 1 mL Serum, Interferences with this test include hemolysis, lipemia, radioactive compounds, insulin therapy, glycolysis occurring from incomplete separation of cells from sample. 10 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Ionized Calcium (Cornell) Details
< h3 > Ionized Calcium (Cornell)Details:
Blood samples should be collected into non-anticoagulant (plain red top) tubes without allowing contact with air (i.e. insert needle through cap and allow vacuum to fill tube). The sample should then be centrifuged and the serum removed anaerobically (using an evacuated needle and syringe through the tube cap) and placed into a second non-anticoagulant tube (once again, inserting the needle through the cap of the tube). The tubes should not be uncapped under any circumstances. Keep the serum cool at all times. Analysis should be performed within 48 hours after collection for optimal results. For best results, the serum should be frozen and shipped overnight on dry ice.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Ionized Calcium (Cornell)Fee Schedule:
$20.50
1mL Serum (See Notes for special collection information), Blood samples should be collected into non-anticoagulant (plain red top) tubes without allowing contact with air (i.e. insert needle through cap and allow vacuum to fill tube). The sample should then be centrifuged and the serum removed anaerobically (using an evacuated needle and syringe through the tube cap) and placed into a second non-anticoagulant tube (once again, inserting the needle through the cap of the tube). The tubes should not be uncapped under any circumstances. Keep the serum cool at all times. Analysis should be performed within 48 hours after collection for optimal results. For best results, the serum should be frozen and shipped overnight on dry ice. 3 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Ionized Calcium (Michigan St) Details
< h3 > Ionized Calcium (Michigan St)Details:
Blood samples should be collected into non-anticoagulant (plain red top) tubes without allowing contact with air (i.e. insert needle through cap and allow vacuum to fill tube). The sample should then be centrifuged and the serum removed anaerobically (using an evacuated needle and syringe through the tube cap) and placed into a second non-anticoagulant tube (once again, inserting the needle through the cap of the tube). The tubes should not be uncapped under any circumstances. Keep the serum cool at all times. Analysis should be performed within 48 hours after collection for optimal results. For best results, the serum should be frozen and shipped overnight on dry ice.
Frozen samples stable for 7 days from collection.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Ionized Calcium (Michigan St)Fee Schedule:
$20.50
Blood samples should be collected into non-anticoagulant (plain red top) tubes without allowing contact with air (i.e. insert needle through cap and allow vacuum to fill tube). The sample should then be centrifuged and the serum removed anaerobically (using an evacuated needle and syringe through the tube cap) and placed into a second non-anticoagulant tube (once again, inserting the needle through the cap of the tube). The tubes should not be uncapped under any circumstances. Keep the serum cool at all times. Analysis should be performed within 48 hours after collection for optimal results. For best results, the serum should be frozen and shipped overnight on dry ice. , 1 mL serum (See Notes for special collection information). , Frozen samples stable for 7 days from collection. 6 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Kidney Panel (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Kidney Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
Glucose (Beckman AU480) 1 day
BUN (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Creatinine (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Potassium (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Total Protein (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Albumin (ALB) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Globulin (Beckman AU480) 1 day
A/G Ratio (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Kidney Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Knott’s Filter Test (Microfilaria) (Slide Exam) Details
< h3 > Knott’s Filter Test (Microfilaria) (Slide Exam)Details:
It is highly recommended that at least 2 mL of fresh, whole blood be submitted for testing. Submission of freshly drawn samples allows for observation of the movement patterns of living microfilaria, aiding in a more precise identification.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Knott’s Filter Test (Microfilaria) (Slide Exam)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
2 mL whole, unclotted blood, It is highly recommended that at least 2 mL of fresh, whole blood be submitted for testing. Submission of freshly drawn samples allows for observation of the movement patterns of living microfilaria, aiding in a more precise identification. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Lipase (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Lipase (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.50
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Liver Panel (Panel) Details
< h3 > Liver Panel (Panel)Details:
GGT for large animals, ALT for small animals
Panel Tests
< h3 > Liver Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
Glucose (Beckman AU480) 1 day
BUN (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Cholesterol (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Bilirubin, Total (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Bilirubin, Direct (Beckman AU480) 1 day
ALT (SGPT) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Gamma-Glutamyl Transferase (GGT) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Total Protein (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Albumin (ALB) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Bilirubin, Indirect (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Globulin (Beckman AU480) 1 day
A/G Ratio (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Liver Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
1 mL Serum, GGT for large animals, ALT for small animals 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Magnesium (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Magnesium (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Magnesium (A/V) (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Magnesium (A/V) (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
  1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Occult Blood, Fecal (Cornell) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Occult Blood, Fecal (Cornell)Fee Schedule:
$9.25
  3 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Occult Blood, Fecal (Hema-Chek kit) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Occult Blood, Fecal (Hema-Chek kit)Fee Schedule:
$9.25
  1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Pancreatic Group (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Pancreatic Group (Panel)Panel Tests:
Glucose (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Lipase (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Amylase (AMY) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Pancreatic Group (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Pancreatic Lipase Immunoreactivity (Idexx) Details
< h3 > Pancreatic Lipase Immunoreactivity (Idexx)Details:
Mild, clinically insignificant increases in levels may be seen following feeding in healthy dogs. Therefore, an overnight fast is ideal when comparing values across time, but is not essential for accurate diagnosis in acutely sick animals. Fasting samples are preferred in feline patients.
This is the preferred test for diagnosis of pancreatitis. The trypsin-like immunoreactivity (TLI) assay is the test of choice for diagnosis of exocrine pancreatitic insufficiency (EPI).
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Pancreatic Lipase Immunoreactivity (Idexx)Fee Schedule:
$40.75
1 mL Serum, Mild, clinically insignificant increases in levels may be seen following feeding in healthy dogs. Therefore, an overnight fast is ideal when comparing values across time, but is not essential for accurate diagnosis in acutely sick animals. Fasting samples are preferred in feline patients. , This is the preferred test for diagnosis of pancreatitis. The trypsin-like immunoreactivity (TLI) assay is the test of choice for diagnosis of exocrine pancreatitic insufficiency (EPI). 4 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Parathyroid / Ionized Calcium (Panel) Details
< h3 > Parathyroid / Ionized Calcium (Panel)Details:
Available for canine, equine and feline patients.
Avoid hemolysis or lipemia. Sample should be drawn into red top tube after fasting (overnight). Allow serum to clot for 30 to 60 min prior to separation. Refrigerate or freeze sample prior to shipment. Ship on ice, overnight, must arrive cold (below 60°F) at lab.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Parathyroid / Ionized Calcium (Panel)Panel Tests:
Parathyroid Hormone (PTH) (Michigan St) 7 days
Ionized Calcium (Michigan St) 6 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Parathyroid / Ionized Calcium (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$108.00
2 mL frozen serum, Avoid hemolysis or lipemia. Sample should be drawn into red top tube after fasting (overnight). Allow serum to clot for 30 to 60 min prior to separation. Refrigerate or freeze sample prior to shipment. Ship on ice, overnight, must arrive cold (below 60&deg;F) at lab., Available for canine, equine and feline patients. 7 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Phenobarbital (PHE) (Beckman AU480) Details
< h3 > Phenobarbital (PHE) (Beckman AU480)Details:
Peak levels occur 6 to 8 hours post pill. Trough levels occur immediately prior to the next pill may be helpful. In most patients, steady state is achieved after 2 to 3 weeks of consistent dosing with phenobarbital. Once steady state is achieved, timing of sample collection is not important in more than 90% of animals.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Phenobarbital (PHE) (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$22.50
0.5 mL Serum (No SST), Peak levels occur 6 to 8 hours post pill. Trough levels occur immediately prior to the next pill may be helpful. In most patients, steady state is achieved after 2 to 3 weeks of consistent dosing with phenobarbital. Once steady state is achieved, timing of sample collection is not important in more than 90% of animals. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Phosphorous (Beckman AU480) Details
< h3 > Phosphorous (Beckman AU480)Details:
Renal insufficiency will increase levels; avoid hemolysis
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Phosphorous (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum, Renal insufficiency will increase levels; avoid hemolysis 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Potassium (Beckman AU480) Details
< h3 > Potassium (Beckman AU480)Details:
Avoid hemolysis
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Potassium (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum, Avoid hemolysis 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Pre-Op Group (Panel) Details
< h3 > Pre-Op Group (Panel)Details:
GGT for large animals, ALT for small animals
Panel Tests
< h3 > Pre-Op Group (Panel)Panel Tests:
Glucose (Beckman AU480) 1 day
BUN (Beckman AU480) 1 day
ALT (SGPT) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Total Protein (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Albumin (ALB) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Globulin (Beckman AU480) 1 day
A/G Ratio (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Gamma-Glutamyl Transferase (GGT) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Pre-Op Group (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
0.5 mL Serum, GGT for large animals, ALT for small animals 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Progesterone (Immulite) Details
< h3 > Progesterone (Immulite)Details:
For best results, do not use SST tubes, separate serum from clot within 2 hours of collection.
Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.

Fee Schedule
< h3 > Progesterone (Immulite)Fee Schedule:
$16.50
0.5 mL Serum, For best results, do not use SST tubes, separate serum from clot within 2 hours of collection. , Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.
1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Protein (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Protein (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology RBC parasite (Slide Exam) Details
< h3 > RBC parasite (Slide Exam)Details:
The most commonly found organisms in this area are as follows:
Felines: Mycoplasma hemofelis, Cytauxzoon felis
Canines: Babesia sp.
Bovines: Anaplasma marginale
Prolonged exposure to anticoagulants may cause many organisms to release from RBCs yielding false negative results. It is highly recommended that one or more slides be made at the clinic as quickly as possible after drawing the blood. Submit these slides unstained and unfixed.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > RBC parasite (Slide Exam)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
1 or more unstained, unfixed blood smears required; additional whole blood recommended, The most commonly found organisms in this area are as follows:
Felines: Mycoplasma hemofelis, Cytauxzoon felis
Canines: Babesia sp.
Bovines: Anaplasma marginale, Prolonged exposure to anticoagulants may cause many organisms to release from RBCs yielding false negative results. It is highly recommended that one or more slides be made at the clinic as quickly as possible after drawing the blood. Submit these slides unstained and unfixed.
1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Retic Count (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Retic Count (Panel)Panel Tests:
Retic Absolute (XT-2000i) 1 day
Retic Count (XT-2000i) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Retic Count (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$9.25
0.5 mL whole blood (EDTA preferred) 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Rheumatoid Factor (Cornell) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Rheumatoid Factor (Cornell)Fee Schedule:
$51.00
1.0 mL separated serum or heparinized plasma 10 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Semen Analysis (Panel) Details
< h3 > Semen Analysis (Panel)Details:
Samples need to be maintained at or very near testicular temperature prior to testing. Exposure to chilled air or containers can falsely elevate the number of secondary defects. Avoid testing bulls less than 12 months of age. Any bulls with a failing score should be retested no sooner than 60 days later.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Semen Analysis (Panel)Panel Tests:
Semen Color (Visual) 2 days
Semen Opacity (Visual) 1 day
Semen Motility Wave Motion (Visual) 1 day
Semen Motility (Visual) 1 day
Semen Percent Motility (Visual) 1 day
Semen Live (Visual) 2 days
Semen Dead (Visual) 2 days
Semen Morphology % Normal (Visual) 1 day
Semen Primary Defects % Abnormal (Visual) 1 day
Semen Primary Defects (Visual) 1 day
Semen Secondary Defects % Abnormal (Visual) 1 day
Semen Secondary Defects (Visual) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Semen Analysis (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$28.25
2 mL freshly ejaculated semen, Samples need to be maintained at or very near testicular temperature prior to testing. Exposure to chilled air or containers can falsely elevate the number of secondary defects. Avoid testing bulls less than 12 months of age. Any bulls with a failing score should be retested no sooner than 60 days later. 2 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Sodium (Beckman AU480) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Sodium (Beckman AU480)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
0.5 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Somatic Milk Counts (Newman-Lampert stain) Details
< h3 > Somatic Milk Counts (Newman-Lampert stain)Details:
Clotted samples falsely lower WBC numbers and cannot be used for this test.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Somatic Milk Counts (Newman-Lampert stain)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
2 mL fresh unclotted milk (refrigerated), Clotted samples falsely lower WBC numbers and cannot be used for this test. 2 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Stone Analysis (Panel) Details
< h3 > Stone Analysis (Panel)Details:
Stones should be cleaned and dried prior to submission. It is not necessary to submit in formalin, or other liquid. Doing so will require a prolonged cleaning and drying period prior to testing, delaying results.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Stone Analysis (Panel)Panel Tests:
Stone Color (Variable) 1 day
Stone Surface (Variable) 1 day
Stone Consistency (Variable) 1 day
Stone CO3= (Variable) 1 day
Stone Cystine (Variable) 1 day
Stone PO4= (Variable) 1 day
Stone Mg++ (Variable) 1 day
Stone Ca++ (Variable) 1 day
Stone NH4+ (Variable) 1 day
Stone Uric Acid (Variable) 1 day
Stone Oxalate (Variable) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Stone Analysis (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
50+ mg stone, Stones should be cleaned and dried prior to submission. It is not necessary to submit in formalin, or other liquid. Doing so will require a prolonged cleaning and drying period prior to testing, delaying results. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology T3 (Cornell) Details
< h3 > T3 (Cornell)Details:
Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.

Fee Schedule
< h3 > T3 (Cornell)Fee Schedule:
$42.75
1.5 mL Serum, Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.
3 days M-F
Clinical Pathology T4 (Immulite) Details
< h3 > T4 (Immulite)Details:
Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.

Fee Schedule
< h3 > T4 (Immulite)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
1 mL Serum, Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.
1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Testosterone (Cornell) Details
< h3 > Testosterone (Cornell)Details:
Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.

Fee Schedule
< h3 > Testosterone (Cornell)Fee Schedule:
$74.50
1 mL Serum, Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.
10 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Thyroglobulin Autoantibody (Michigan St) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Thyroglobulin Autoantibody (Michigan St)Fee Schedule:
$25.50
  6 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Thyroid Panel (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Thyroid Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
TSH (Immulite) 1 day
Free T4 (Immulite) 1 day
T4 (Immulite) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Thyroid Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
1 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Thyroid Panel (Mich St) (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Thyroid Panel (Mich St) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Free T3 (Michigan St) 4 days
T3 (Michigan St) 4 days
Total T4 (Michigan St) 4 days
Free T4 (Michigan St) 4 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Thyroid Panel (Mich St) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$32.75
  4 days M-F
Clinical Pathology TLI (Canine) (Immulite) Details
< h3 > TLI (Canine) (Immulite)Details:
Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.

Fee Schedule
< h3 > TLI (Canine) (Immulite)Fee Schedule:
$22.00
1 mL Serum, Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.
1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology TLI (Feline) (TVMDL) Fee Schedule
< h3 > TLI (Feline) (TVMDL)Fee Schedule:
$34.75
1.0 mL non-hemolyzed serum 5 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Total Iron Binding Capacity (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Total Iron Binding Capacity (Panel)Panel Tests:
Iron (TVMDL) 4 days
Total Iron Binding Capacity (TVMDL) 4 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Total Iron Binding Capacity (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$20.50
  4 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Total Panel (Large Animal) (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Total Panel (Large Animal) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Glucose (Beckman AU480) 1 day
BUN (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Creatinine (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Chloride (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Sodium (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Potassium (Beckman AU480) 1 day
CO2 (Bicarbonate) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Calcium (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Magnesium (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Phosphorous (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Cholesterol (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Bilirubin, Total (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Bilirubin, Direct (Beckman AU480) 1 day
AST (SGOT) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Gamma-Glutamyl Transferase (GGT) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
CPK (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Osmolality (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Total Protein (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Albumin (ALB) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Globulin (Beckman AU480) 1 day
A/G Ratio (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Bilirubin, Indirect (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Anion Gap (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Total Panel (Large Animal) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$10.25
1 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Total Panel (Small Animal) (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Total Panel (Small Animal) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Glucose (Beckman AU480) 1 day
BUN (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Creatinine (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Chloride (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Sodium (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Potassium (Beckman AU480) 1 day
CO2 (Bicarbonate) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Calcium (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Phosphorous (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Cholesterol (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Bilirubin, Total (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Bilirubin, Direct (Beckman AU480) 1 day
ALT (SGPT) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Lipase (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Amylase (AMY) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Total Protein (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Albumin (ALB) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Globulin (Beckman AU480) 1 day
A/G Ratio (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Anion Gap (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Bilirubin, Indirect (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Osmolality (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Total Panel (Small Animal) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$10.25
1 mL Serum 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Total Serum Calcium (Michigan St) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Total Serum Calcium (Michigan St)Fee Schedule:
$22.50
  3 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Triglycerides (Cornell) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Triglycerides (Cornell)Fee Schedule:
$29.00
  3 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Triglycerides (Idexx) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Triglycerides (Idexx)Fee Schedule:
$30.50
1.0 mL serum after overnight fast 3 days M-F
Clinical Pathology TSH (Immulite) Details
< h3 > TSH (Immulite)Details:
Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.

Fee Schedule
< h3 > TSH (Immulite)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
0.5 mL Serum, Do not send whole blood. Serum is the preferred sample type.
  1. Collect blood using a plain red-top collection tube without any additives (i.e. clot activators, no SST tubes, etc.).
  2. Allow adequate time for the blood to clot to ensure sufficient sample yield for testing and to avoid fibrin formation. Usually, at least 30 minutes or more is needed. Store blood in the refrigerator if time before centrifugation will be greater than 2 hours.
  3. Centrifuge specimen at a speed and time (~10 minutes) that allow for adequate separation and sample volume.
  4. After centrifugation, transfer the serum into a tube appropriate for shipping and/or frozen storage
  5. Store the aliquoted serum in a freezer prior to shipping especially if the time before pick up will be 12 hours or longer.
  6. Ship serum on cold packs, preferably using an overnight service.
  7. Do not use serum separator tubes (SST) for sample collection, shipping or as a storage tube. Some brands have clotting additives that can interfere with the assays and affect test results. When these tubes are used for shipping after centrifugation, the gel barrier can dislodge during transit, and this will usually ruin the sample. Do not send severely hemolyzed or lipemic samples.
1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Urinalysis (Panel) Details
< h3 > Urinalysis (Panel)Details:
Samples taken by cystocentesis provide the most accurate sediment exam results as there is no contamination as urine exits the animal. Large amounts of red blood cells in the sample will preclude examination of a concentrated sediment exam.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Urinalysis (Panel)Panel Tests:
Fluid Color (Visual)  
Fluid Transparency (Visual)  
Specific Gravity (Refractometer) 1 day
Glucose (Clinitek Status) 1 day
Urine Bilirubin (Clinitek Status) 1 day
Ketones (Clinitek Status) 1 day
Occult Blood (Clinitek Status) 1 day
pH ( Variable) 1 day
Protein (Clinitek Status) 1 day
Urobilinogen (Clinitek Status) 1 day
WBC / hpf (Visual) 1 day
RBC / hpf (Visual) 1 day
Epithelial / hpf (Visual) 1 day
Spermatozoa (Visual) 1 day
Fat Droplets (Visual) 1 day
Mucus (Visual) 1 day
Bacteria (Visual) 1 day
Amorphous (Visual) 1 day
Casts / lpf (Visual) 1 day
Crystals (Visual) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Urinalysis (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$11.75
15 mL refrigerated urine, Samples taken by cystocentesis provide the most accurate sediment exam results as there is no contamination as urine exits the animal. Large amounts of red blood cells in the sample will preclude examination of a concentrated sediment exam. 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Urine Cortisol/Creatinine Rati (Panel) Details
< h3 > Urine Cortisol/Creatinine Rati (Panel)Details:
When UCCR is increased, an ACTH stimulation or LDDS test is need to confirm hyperadrenocorticism.
Interferences: spun sample, EDTA anticoagulants, recent corticosteroid therapy
A first morning urine sample obtained in the home environment is recommended.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Urine Cortisol/Creatinine Rati (Panel)Panel Tests:
Urine Cortisol (Idexx) 5 days
Urine Creatinine (Idexx) 5 days
Urine Cortisol / Creatinine Ratio (Idexx) 5 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Urine Cortisol/Creatinine Rati (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$66.25
When UCCR is increased, an ACTH stimulation or LDDS test is need to confirm hyperadrenocorticism., 5.0 mL urine , Interferences: spun sample, EDTA anticoagulants, recent corticosteroid therapy , A first morning urine sample obtained in the home environment is recommended. 5 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Urine Protein/Creatinine Ratio (Panel) Details
< h3 > Urine Protein/Creatinine Ratio (Panel)Details:
Gross hematuria or pyuria may increase values; aged specimens may have decreased values.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Urine Protein/Creatinine Ratio (Panel)Panel Tests:
Creatinine (Idexx) 2 days
Total Protein (Idexx) 2 days
Urine Protein / Creatinine Ratio (Idexx) 2 days
Fluid Color (Idexx) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Urine Protein/Creatinine Ratio (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$51.00
Gross hematuria or pyuria may increase values; aged specimens may have decreased values. , 2.0 mL urine collected in a sterile container 2 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Vitamin D Profile (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Vitamin D Profile (Panel)Panel Tests:
Parathyroid Hormone (PTH) (Michigan St) 7 days
Ionized Calcium (Michigan St) 6 days
25-Hydroxyvitamin D (Michigan St) 7 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Vitamin D Profile (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$70.50
  7 days M-F
Clinical Pathology Vitreous Panel (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Vitreous Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
BUN (A/V) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Creatinine (A/V) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Chloride (A/V) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Sodium (A/V) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Potassium (A/V) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Calcium (A/V) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Magnesium (A/V) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Phosphorous (A/V) (Beckman AU480) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Vitreous Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$14.00
3 mL vitreous or aqueous fluid 1 day M-F
Clinical Pathology Von Willebrand Factor (Cornell) Details
< h3 > Von Willebrand Factor (Cornell)Details:
Draw sample into a sodium citrate (blue top) tube, centrifuge the whole blood sample for 10 to 15 minutes. Aspirate plasma and transfer to a clean plastic shipping tube. Store plasma frozen. Ship on cold packs for overnight delivery. DO NOT FREEZE WHOLE BLOOD
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Von Willebrand Factor (Cornell)Fee Schedule:
$43.75
1 mL citrated plasma, Draw sample into a sodium citrate (blue top) tube, centrifuge the whole blood sample for 10 to 15 minutes. Aspirate plasma and transfer to a clean plastic shipping tube. Store plasma frozen. Ship on cold packs for overnight delivery. DO NOT FREEZE WHOLE BLOOD 7 days M-F
Histopathology / Necropsy Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) (Immunohistochemistry (IHC)) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) (Immunohistochemistry (IHC))Fee Schedule:
$0.00
obex 2 days M-F
Histopathology / Necropsy Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) (GVDL) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) (GVDL)Fee Schedule:
$64.25
  50 days M-F
Histopathology / Necropsy Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) (Variable) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) (Variable)Fee Schedule:
$83.75
  50 days M-F
Histopathology / Necropsy Cytology (Variable) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cytology (Variable)Fee Schedule:
$16.25
3 - 4 unfixed smears and 2 mL fluid 2 days M-F
Histopathology / Necropsy Cytology (Variable) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cytology (Variable)Fee Schedule:
$17.00
  2 days M-F
Histopathology / Necropsy Fluid Analysis Panel (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Fluid Analysis Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
Fluid Color (Visual) 1 day
Fluid Transparency (Visual) 1 day
Fluid Amount (Visual) 1 day
Specific Gravity (Refractometer) 1 day
pH (Variable) 1 day
Protein (Refractometer) 1 day
WBC / fa (XT-2000iV) 1 day
Cytology (Variable) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Fluid Analysis Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$22.50
Fluid, Clotted or extremely viscous samples will not receive WBC counts due to limitations of the instrument. Protein, specific gravity and pH testing will be compromised by the presence of large amounts of blood in the sample. 2 days M-F
Histopathology / Necropsy Histopathology (Variable) Details
< h3 > Histopathology (Variable)Details:
Correct collection and transportation is important for correct diagnosis and treatment. Preservation of specimens begins in veterinary clinics.
  • Fixatives help maintain proper relationship between cells and extracellular substances such as connective tissue fibers and amorphous ground substances.
  • Staining is enhanced by proper fixation. Tissues not fixed properly will stain poorly making histological interpretation difficult.
  • At time of collection, place specimens immediately in 10% buffered formalin. Place specimens in container with 10X greater formalin volume than tissue volume. Formalin should be buffered and most common solution is phosphate buffer.
  • Use any plastic container with screw-on lid to seal against liquid leakage. Ex: urine sample cups or Johne’s tubes. Avoid whirl packs, zip-lock bags, or baby food jars. All are prone to leakage during shipping.
  • After specimen is placed in screw-top container, place in whirl pack or zip-lock bag with absorbent material to prevent further leakage.

Package fresh tissues with liberal quantities of refrigerant. Use sealed metal or plastic containers with ice or other frozen fluid. Allow two pounds of refrigerant per pound of fresh tissue submitted.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Histopathology (Variable)Fee Schedule:
$22.50
Fixed Tissue, Fresh Tissue, Correct collection and transportation is important for correct diagnosis and treatment. Preservation of specimens begins in veterinary clinics.
  • Fixatives help maintain proper relationship between cells and extracellular substances such as connective tissue fibers and amorphous ground substances.
  • Staining is enhanced by proper fixation. Tissues not fixed properly will stain poorly making histological interpretation difficult.
  • At time of collection, place specimens immediately in 10% buffered formalin. Place specimens in container with 10X greater formalin volume than tissue volume. Formalin should be buffered and most common solution is phosphate buffer.
  • Use any plastic container with screw-on lid to seal against liquid leakage. Ex: urine sample cups or Johne’s tubes. Avoid whirl packs, zip-lock bags, or baby food jars. All are prone to leakage during shipping.
  • After specimen is placed in screw-top container, place in whirl pack or zip-lock bag with absorbent material to prevent further leakage.
, Package fresh tissues with liberal quantities of refrigerant. Use sealed metal or plastic containers with ice or other frozen fluid. Allow two pounds of refrigerant per pound of fresh tissue submitted.
4 days M-F
Histopathology / Necropsy Necropsy (Necropsy) Details
< h3 > Necropsy (Necropsy)Details:
Please note : If this is a herd/flock health issue, choose samples that represents current problem.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Necropsy (Necropsy)Fee Schedule:
$86.75
Large and small animal – deceased animal/cadaver only. No live animals are accepted., Please note : If this is a herd/flock health issue, choose samples that represents current problem., Poultry – deceased bird/cadaver or live bird 2 days M-F
Histopathology / Necropsy Rabies (FA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Rabies (FA)Fee Schedule:
$0.00
Head with INTACT BRAIN 1 day M-F
Histopathology / Necropsy Slide Preparation (Slide Preparation) [Group Qty: 1 to 24] Details
< h3 > Slide Preparation (Slide Preparation) [Group Qty: 1 to 24]Details:
Price is $21 for less than 25 specimens and $15 for 25 or more specimens.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Slide Preparation (Slide Preparation) [Group Qty: 1 to 24]Fee Schedule:
$22.50
Group Qty: 1 to 24
Price is $21 for less than 25 specimens and $15 for 25 or more specimens. 2 days M-F
Histopathology / Necropsy Slide Preparation (Slide Preparation) [Group Qty: 25+] Fee Schedule
< h3 > Slide Preparation (Slide Preparation) [Group Qty: 25+]Fee Schedule:
$15.25
Group Qty: 25+
Price is $21 for less than 25 specimens and $15 for 25 or more specimens. 2 days M-F
Microbiology Aerobic Culture (Aerobic Culture) Details
< h3 > Aerobic Culture (Aerobic Culture)Details:
For the most accurate test results, please keep the samples refrigerated/cold until received at the laboratory.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Aerobic Culture (Aerobic Culture)Fee Schedule:
$16.50
Commercial transport media (liquid or gel), fresh tissues and feces, For the most accurate test results, please keep the samples refrigerated/cold until received at the laboratory. 7 days M-F
Microbiology Anaerobic Culture (Anaerobic culture) Details
< h3 > Anaerobic Culture (Anaerobic culture)Details:
For the most accurate test results, please keep the samples refrigerated/cold until received at the laboratory.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Anaerobic Culture (Anaerobic culture)Fee Schedule:
$25.25
For the most accurate test results, please keep the samples refrigerated/cold until received at the laboratory., Commercial transport media (liquid or gel), fresh tissues and feces 7 days M-F
Microbiology Antibiotic susceptibility (MIC) (MIC) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Antibiotic susceptibility (MIC) (MIC)Fee Schedule:
$9.25
Aerobic bacterial isolate 7 days M-F
Microbiology Blood Culture (Aerobic and Anaerobic Culture) Details
< h3 > Blood Culture (Aerobic and Anaerobic Culture)Details:
If aerobic culture requested only, then please submit a TSA blood bottle. If anaerobic culture requested, please submit both a TSA and Columbia blood bottle.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Blood Culture (Aerobic and Anaerobic Culture)Fee Schedule:
$20.50
If aerobic culture requested only, then please submit a TSA blood bottle. If anaerobic culture requested, please submit both a TSA and Columbia blood bottle., Pre-inoculated blood culture bottle 10 days M-F
Microbiology Botulism (U.Penn) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Botulism (U.Penn)Fee Schedule:
$138.00
Feed, Tissue, Feces, Serum 60 days M-F
Microbiology Brucella Culture (Blood) (Aerobic Culture) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Brucella Culture (Blood) (Aerobic Culture)Fee Schedule:
$20.50
Pre-inoculated TSA blood culture bottle 10 days M-F
Microbiology Brucella Culture (Tissue) (Aerobic Culture) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Brucella Culture (Tissue) (Aerobic Culture)Fee Schedule:
$20.50
Reproductive tissues; placenta; stomach contents lymph node; milk 10 days M-F
Microbiology Bulk-Tank Milk (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Bulk-Tank Milk (Panel)Panel Tests:
Standard Plate Count (Aerobic Culture) 2 days
DELVO (Variable) 7 days
LPC (Std. Plate) 1 day
Total Coliform Count (All Enterobactericiae members) (Aerobic Culture) 5 days
Somatic Milk Counts (Newman-Lampert stain) 2 days
Mycoplasma genus (PCR) 5 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bulk-Tank Milk (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$39.50
2mL fresh, unfrozen milk 7 days M-F
Microbiology Campylobacter (Aerobic Culture) Details
< h3 > Campylobacter (Aerobic Culture)Details:
For the best recovery possible, please submit the specimen in BEM transport media. BEM is available from the laboratory
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Campylobacter (Aerobic Culture)Fee Schedule:
$20.50
Semen; preputial washing; cervical mucosa; fetal stomach contents; feces, For the best recovery possible, please submit the specimen in BEM transport media. BEM is available from the laboratory 8 days M-F
Microbiology Clostridium colinum (Anaerobic culture) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Clostridium colinum (Anaerobic culture)Fee Schedule:
$28.75
Liver; spleen; intestine, liver 10 days M-F
Microbiology Direct Exam (Visual) Details
< h3 > Direct Exam (Visual)Details:
Trichomonas pouches are available from the laboratory. Turn around for Trichomonas only is 7 days.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Direct Exam (Visual)Fee Schedule:
$20.50
Pre-cultured colony; Tritichomonas pouch; liquid matrix, Trichomonas pouches are available from the laboratory. Turn around for Trichomonas only is 7 days. 2 days M-F
Microbiology Fecal Coliform Count (Enterobactericiae of fecal/intestinal orgin) (Variable) Details
< h3 > Fecal Coliform Count (Enterobactericiae of fecal/intestinal orgin) (Variable)Details:
For the most accurate test results, please keep the samples refrigerated/cold until received at the laboratory. Please ensure they are received soon after collected.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Fecal Coliform Count (Enterobactericiae of fecal/intestinal orgin) (Variable)Fee Schedule:
$17.00
500 mL Water, For the most accurate test results, please keep the samples refrigerated/cold until received at the laboratory. Please ensure they are received soon after collected. 5 days M-F
Microbiology Johne's (M. paratuberculosis) (UGA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Johne's (M. paratuberculosis) (UGA)Fee Schedule:
$32.25
2 g feces 3 days M-F
Microbiology Listeria (Aerobic Culture) Details
< h3 > Listeria (Aerobic Culture)Details:
A handful of silage is a sufficient amount for testing.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Listeria (Aerobic Culture)Fee Schedule:
$18.00
Brain, placenta, silage, A handful of silage is a sufficient amount for testing. 35 days M-F
Microbiology Mastitis (Aerobic Culture) Details
< h3 > Mastitis (Aerobic Culture)Details:
100 or more samples may require additional time.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mastitis (Aerobic Culture)Fee Schedule:
$8.75
Composite / quarter milk samples in sterile tubes, 100 or more samples may require additional time. 5 days M-F
Microbiology Mold Count (Fungal culture) Details
< h3 > Mold Count (Fungal culture)Details:
A handful of silage is a sufficient amount for testing.
It may require more than 3 days if identification of the culture is needed.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mold Count (Fungal culture)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
Silage, mold, A handful of silage is a sufficient amount for testing., It may require more than 3 days if identification of the culture is needed. 3 days M-F
Microbiology Mycology (Fungal culture) Details
< h3 > Mycology (Fungal culture)Details:
Toothbrush collection is preferred.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mycology (Fungal culture)Fee Schedule:
$20.50
Hair, skin scrapings, Toothbrush collection is preferred. 35 days M-F
Microbiology Pasteurella Serotyping (UGA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Pasteurella Serotyping (UGA)Fee Schedule:
$35.75
  10 days M-F
Microbiology Poultry Bacterial Count (Aerobic Culture) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Poultry Bacterial Count (Aerobic Culture)Fee Schedule:
$4.75
  5 days M-F
Microbiology Poultry Neonatal Panel (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Poultry Neonatal Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
Aspergillus Count (Fungal culture) 5 days
Poultry Bacterial Count (Aerobic Culture) 5 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Poultry Neonatal Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$8.75
Yolk Sac, Lung 5 days M-F
Microbiology Salmonella enteritidis phage typing (NVSL) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Salmonella enteritidis phage typing (NVSL)Fee Schedule:
$41.75
Salmonella enteritidis bacterial isolate 20 days M-F
Microbiology Salmonella Environmental Culture (Aerobic Culture) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Salmonella Environmental Culture (Aerobic Culture)Fee Schedule:
$9.25
Approved NPIP environmental material 21 days M-F
Microbiology Salmonella Serotyping (NVSL) Details
< h3 > Salmonella Serotyping (NVSL)Details:
Isolates are sent at least once a month.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Salmonella Serotyping (NVSL)Fee Schedule:
$58.00
Isolates are sent at least once a month., Salmonella Isolate 80 days M-F
Microbiology Standard Plate Count (Aerobic Culture) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Standard Plate Count (Aerobic Culture)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
  2 days M-F
Microbiology Total Coliform Count (All Enterobactericiae members) (Aerobic Culture) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Total Coliform Count (All Enterobactericiae members) (Aerobic Culture)Fee Schedule:
$17.00
  5 days M-F
Microbiology Urine Culture (Aerobic Culture) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Urine Culture (Aerobic Culture)Fee Schedule:
$16.50
Urine/Urine swab 7 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (PCR) Details
< h3 > Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (PCR)Details:
Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$25.00
Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA., Ancillary testing of bacterial isolates from aerobic culture 7 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Anaplasmosis (KSU) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Anaplasmosis (KSU)Fee Schedule:
$34.00
Spleen or 2mL whole blood (EDTA) 7 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Avian Influenza Virus (AIV) (Panel) Details
< h3 > Avian Influenza Virus (AIV) (Panel)Details:
Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC).
Panel Tests
< h3 > Avian Influenza Virus (AIV) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Avian Influenza Virus (AIV) Matrix (qPCR) 2 days
Avian Influenza Virus (AIV) H5 (qPCR) 2 days
Avian Influenza Virus (AIV) H7 (qPCR) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Avian Influenza Virus (AIV) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$51.50
Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC)., Oropharyngeal or cloacal swabs submitted in viral transport media 2 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Avian Leukosis Virus subgroup J (PCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Avian Leukosis Virus subgroup J (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$25.00
Muscle; spleen; liver; lymph node tissue 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Bluetongue (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bluetongue (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$45.00
Lung, spleen 3 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (BVDV) (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (BVDV) (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$33.00
Lung, feces, ear-notch, whole blood (EDTA) or serum 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Brachyspira (Panel) Details
< h3 > Brachyspira (Panel)Details:
Aerobic isolation in Bacteriology or isolation in cell culture must be performed before analysis in DNA.
For best results, do not use SST tubes, separate serum from clot within 2 hours of collection.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Brachyspira (Panel)Panel Tests:
Brachyspira hyodysentery (PCR) 5 days
Brachyspira pilosicoli (PCR) 5 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Brachyspira (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$37.00
Aerobic isolation in Bacteriology or isolation in cell culture must be performed before analysis in DNA., Feces or intestines 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Brucella canis (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Brucella canis (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$25.50
Blood culture 2 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Brucella genus (PCR) Details
< h3 > Brucella genus (PCR)Details:
Anaerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Brucella genus (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$25.50
Placenta; reproductive organs; culture, Anaerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA. 12 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Bulk-Tank Milk (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Bulk-Tank Milk (Panel)Panel Tests:
Standard Plate Count (Aerobic Culture) 2 days
DELVO (Variable) 7 days
LPC (Std. Plate) 1 day
Total Coliform Count (All Enterobactericiae members) (Aerobic Culture) 5 days
Somatic Milk Counts (Newman-Lampert stain) 2 days
Mycoplasma genus (PCR) 5 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bulk-Tank Milk (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$39.50
2mL fresh, unfrozen milk 7 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Campylobacter Panel - Abortion (Panel) Details
< h3 > Campylobacter Panel - Abortion (Panel)Details:
Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Campylobacter Panel - Abortion (Panel)Panel Tests:
Campylobacter fetus (PCR) 7 days
Campylobacter venerealis (PCR) 7 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Campylobacter Panel - Abortion (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA., Placenta or fetal tissues 7 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Campylobacter Panel - Fecal (Panel) Details
< h3 > Campylobacter Panel - Fecal (Panel)Details:
Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Campylobacter Panel - Fecal (Panel)Panel Tests:
Campylobacter coli (PCR) 7 days
Campylobacter jejuni (PCR) 7 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Campylobacter Panel - Fecal (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA., Feces or intestines 7 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Chlamydiophila psittaci (PCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Chlamydiophila psittaci (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$25.00
Lung, conjuctival, cloacal, or choanal swab, fetal tissues 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Classical Swine Fever Virus (CSF) (PCR) Details
< h3 > Classical Swine Fever Virus (CSF) (PCR)Details:
Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Classical Swine Fever Virus (CSF) (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$55.00
Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC., Tonsil 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Clostridium difficile toxin detection (PCR) Details
< h3 > Clostridium difficile toxin detection (PCR)Details:
If a ‘non-isolated’ sample is received, the sample will be cultured at the anaerobic culture price.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Clostridium difficile toxin detection (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$35.00
If a ‘non-isolated’ sample is received, the sample will be cultured at the anaerobic culture price., Clostridium difficile isolates from anaerobic culture 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Clostridium perfringens toxin detection (PCR) Details
< h3 > Clostridium perfringens toxin detection (PCR)Details:
If a ‘non-isolated’ sample is received, the sample will be cultured at the anaerobic culture price.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Clostridium perfringens toxin detection (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$47.75
If a ‘non-isolated’ sample is received, the sample will be cultured at the anaerobic culture price., Clostridium perfringens isolates from anaerobic culture 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Coxiella burnetii (PCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Coxiella burnetii (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$25.00
Placenta or fetal tissues 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus (Research Only) (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Eastern Equine Encephalitis Virus (Research Only) (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$50.00
  1 day M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis (EEE) (PCR) (NVSL) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis (EEE) (PCR) (NVSL)Fee Schedule:
$63.25
  3 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$45.00
Lung, spleen 3 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Equine Herpesvirus Type 1 and 4 (PCR) Details
< h3 > Equine Herpesvirus Type 1 and 4 (PCR)Details:
Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Equine Herpesvirus Type 1 and 4 (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$45.00
Lung; tracheal wash/swab; nasal swab; EDTA blood (min. 10mL); culture, Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC. 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Eschericia coli Adhesion and Toxin Detection (PCR) Details
< h3 > Eschericia coli Adhesion and Toxin Detection (PCR)Details:
If a ‘non-isolated’ sample is received, the sample will be cultured at the anaerobic culture price.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Eschericia coli Adhesion and Toxin Detection (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$45.00
If a ‘non-isolated’ sample is received, the sample will be cultured at the anaerobic culture price., Pure bacterial isolate of E. coli. 12 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Foot and Mouth Disease (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Foot and Mouth Disease (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$50.00
Tissue, exudates, aspriates 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Haemophilus parasuis (PCR) Details
< h3 > Haemophilus parasuis (PCR)Details:
Aerobic isolation in Bacteriology or isolation in cell culture must be performed before analysis in DNA.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Haemophilus parasuis (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$22.00
Lung, Tracheal / nasal swabs, culture, Aerobic isolation in Bacteriology or isolation in cell culture must be performed before analysis in DNA. 12 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Histophilus somni (PCR) Details
< h3 > Histophilus somni (PCR)Details:
Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Histophilus somni (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$22.00
Lung, culture, Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA. 12 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis Virus (IBRV) (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis Virus (IBRV) (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$44.00
  3 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Infectious Laryngotracheitis Virus (ILTV) (PCR) Details
< h3 > Infectious Laryngotracheitis Virus (ILTV) (PCR)Details:
Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC).
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Infectious Laryngotracheitis Virus (ILTV) (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$22.00
Trachea, traceal swab, Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC). 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Influenza A (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Influenza A (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$52.00
  2 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics La Crosse Virus (research only) (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > La Crosse Virus (research only) (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$50.00
  1 day M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Lawsonia intracellularis (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Lawsonia intracellularis (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$50.00
Intestinal tissue, 10 g feces 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Leptospirosis (pathogenic serovar detection) (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Leptospirosis (pathogenic serovar detection) (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$50.00
Kidney, placenta, fetal tissues, 10 mL fresh urine, 10 mL urine w/ 0.5% formalin 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Listeria genus, L. monocytogenes (qPCR) Details
< h3 > Listeria genus, L. monocytogenes (qPCR)Details:
Aerobic isolation in Bacteriology or isolation in cell culture must be performed before analysis in DNA.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Listeria genus, L. monocytogenes (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$35.00
Placenta, brain, liver, enrichment broth, culture, Aerobic isolation in Bacteriology or isolation in cell culture must be performed before analysis in DNA. 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Moraxella (PCR) (Panel) Details
< h3 > Moraxella (PCR) (Panel)Details:
For direct PCR from swabs, submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Moraxella (PCR) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Moraxella bovis (Real-Time PCR) 4 days
Moraxella bovoculi (Real-Time PCR) 4 days
Moraxella ovis (Real-Time PCR) 4 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Moraxella (PCR) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$35.75
For direct PCR from swabs, submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC., For PCR directly from swabs: Synthetic swab in sterile sealed vials with a few drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI. Gel swabs may be used for bacterial culture only. After culture, confirmation of identification may be made by PCR. 4 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Mosquito Identification (research only) (Microscopic Exam) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mosquito Identification (research only) (Microscopic Exam)Fee Schedule:
$10.00
  4 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Mycobacterium genus (PCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mycobacterium genus (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$22.00
  5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Mycobacterium paratuberculosis (Johne's) (qPCR) Details
< h3 > Mycobacterium paratuberculosis (Johne's) (qPCR)Details:
If performed from a culture, the turn-around time will be approximately 60 days.
If performed from fecal material, turn-around time will be 5 days.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mycobacterium paratuberculosis (Johne's) (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$37.00
10 g feces, culture, If performed from fecal material, turn-around time will be 5 days., If performed from a culture, the turn-around time will be approximately 60 days. 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Mycoplasma genus (PCR) Details
< h3 > Mycoplasma genus (PCR)Details:
Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC).
Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mycoplasma genus (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$22.00
Milk, Lung, Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC)., Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC., Bronchial lavage, nasal washing / swab, joint fluid, eye swab, vaginal secretion swab, tracheal / cloacal swab 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Mycoplasma Panel - Avian (Panel) Details
< h3 > Mycoplasma Panel - Avian (Panel)Details:
Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC).
Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Mycoplasma Panel - Avian (Panel)Panel Tests:
Mycoplasma genus (PCR) 5 days
Mycoplasma gallisepticum (PCR) 5 days
Mycoplasma synoviae (PCR) 5 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mycoplasma Panel - Avian (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$40.75
Lung, nasal / tracheal / cloacal swab, Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC)., Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC. 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Mycoplasma Panel - Bovine (Panel) Details
< h3 > Mycoplasma Panel - Bovine (Panel)Details:
Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC).
Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Mycoplasma Panel - Bovine (Panel)Panel Tests:
Mycoplasma genus (PCR) 5 days
Mycoplasma bovis (PCR) 5 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mycoplasma Panel - Bovine (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$33.75
Milk, Lung, Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC)., Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC., Bronchial lavage, nasal washing / swab, joint fluid, eye swab, vaginal secretion swab 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Mycoplasma Panel - Feline (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Mycoplasma Panel - Feline (Panel)Panel Tests:
Mycoplasma Haemominutum (qPCR) 2 days
Mycoplasma Haemofelis (qPCR) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mycoplasma Panel - Feline (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$33.75
Feline 2 ml Whole Blood 2 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Mycoplasma Panel - Porcine (Panel) Details
< h3 > Mycoplasma Panel - Porcine (Panel)Details:
Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC).
Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Mycoplasma Panel - Porcine (Panel)Panel Tests:
Mycoplasma genus (PCR) 5 days
Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae (PCR) 5 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mycoplasma Panel - Porcine (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$33.75
Lung, nasal washing / swab, Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC)., Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC., joint fluid, vaginal secretion swab 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Neospora caninum (PCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Neospora caninum (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$22.00
Brain, Placenta; fresh or formalin fixed tissue 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics New Castle Disease (Panel) Details
< h3 > New Castle Disease (Panel)Details:
Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC).
Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC.
Panel Tests
< h3 > New Castle Disease (Panel)Panel Tests:
Virulent New Castle Disease (vNDV) (Real-Time PCR) 2 days
New Castle Disease (AMPV-1) (Real-Time PCR) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > New Castle Disease (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$61.00
Tracheal, Oropharyngeal, or cloacal swab, Tissue from spleen, lung, or intestine, Please submit all swabs for PCR viral analysis in BHI transport media (transport media available from BVC)., Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC. 2 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Nocardia (PCR) Details
< h3 > Nocardia (PCR)Details:
Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Nocardia (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$22.00
Exudates, aspirates, mastitic milk, tissues, culture, Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA. 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Ornithinobacterium rhinotracheale (PCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Ornithinobacterium rhinotracheale (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$22.00
Lung, nasal swab, traceal swab / wash 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea (PED) Virus (qPCR) (ISU) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea (PED) Virus (qPCR) (ISU)Fee Schedule:
$46.00
  7 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive Syndrome Virus (PRRSV) (KSU) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive Syndrome Virus (PRRSV) (KSU)Fee Schedule:
$37.00
Serum, Lung, Oral Fluids submitted in sterile spill proof container 7 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Potomac Horse Fever (PHF) (UK LDDC) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Potomac Horse Fever (PHF) (UK LDDC)Fee Schedule:
$40.75
Feces, EDTA Blood 7 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease (PBFD) (ABI) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease (PBFD) (ABI)Fee Schedule:
$31.00
Feather with follicle attached, cloacal swab, whole blood, skin biopsy 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Salmonella (PCR) Details
< h3 > Salmonella (PCR)Details:
Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Salmonella (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$26.00
bacterial culture, feces, or tissue, Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA. 15 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Salmonella enteriditis (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Salmonella enteriditis (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$50.00
  5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics St Louis Encephalitis Virus (research only) (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > St Louis Encephalitis Virus (research only) (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$50.00
  1 day M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Streptococcus equi (PCR) Details
< h3 > Streptococcus equi (PCR)Details:
Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Streptococcus equi (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$25.00
Lung, exudates, lymph node abscess, culture, Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC., Swab 12 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Streptococcus suis (PCR) Details
< h3 > Streptococcus suis (PCR)Details:
Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Streptococcus suis (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$25.00
Tonsil, lung, nasal or bronchial wash / swab, culture 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Swine Influenza Virus (SIV) (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Swine Influenza Virus (SIV) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Swine Influenza Virus Matrix (qPCR) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus N1 (qPCR) 3 days
Swine Influenza Virus N3 (qPCR) 3 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Swine Influenza Virus (SIV) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$54.00
  3 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Toxoplasma gondii (PCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Toxoplasma gondii (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$25.00
Brain or FFT, Brain or formalin fixed tissue 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Trichomonas foetus (PCR) Details
< h3 > Trichomonas foetus (PCR)Details:
The culture pouch must be inoculated immediately after proper collection of sample and should be stored at room/body temperature until it is received at the laboratory. DO NOT send on ice. Please see section on Submitting Samples on the BVC home page for more details on collection).
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Trichomonas foetus (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$25.00
Trich pouch culture, The culture pouch must be inoculated immediately after proper collection of sample and should be stored at room/body temperature until it is received at the laboratory. DO NOT send on ice. Please see section on Submitting Samples on the BVC home page for more details on collection). 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Vesicular Stomatitis (qPCR) (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Vesicular Stomatitis (qPCR) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Vesicular Stomatitis Indiana (VS IN) (qPCR) 3 days
Vesicular Stomatitis New Jersey (VS NJ) (qPCR) 3 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Vesicular Stomatitis (qPCR) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$45.00
  3 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics West Nile Virus (qPCR) Details
< h3 > West Nile Virus (qPCR)Details:
Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > West Nile Virus (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$51.00
Brain, tracheal swab, Submit synthetic swabs with in sterile, sealed vials with several drops of saline, viral transport media, or BHI to prevent desiccation. Do NOT use gel bacterial transport media, cotton tips, and wood handles as these may result in interference. BHI tubes and synthetic swabs are available from BVC. 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Western Equine Encephalomyelitis (WEE) (PCR) (NVSL) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Western Equine Encephalomyelitis (WEE) (PCR) (NVSL)Fee Schedule:
$63.25
  3 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Yersinia (PCR) Details
< h3 > Yersinia (PCR)Details:
Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Yersinia (PCR)Fee Schedule:
$22.00
intestine, placenta, feces, or bacterial culture, Aerobic isolation in bacteriology must be performed before analysis in DNA. 5 days M-F
Molecular Diagnostics Zika Virus (research only) (qPCR) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Zika Virus (research only) (qPCR)Fee Schedule:
$50.00
  1 day M-F
Serology Anaplasmosis (cELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 1 to 5] Fee Schedule
< h3 > Anaplasmosis (cELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 1 to 5]Fee Schedule:
$11.25
TieredEach Qty: 1 to 5
3 mL serum, Tu,F 1 day Tu,F
Serology Anaplasmosis (cELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 6 to 10] Fee Schedule
< h3 > Anaplasmosis (cELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 6 to 10]Fee Schedule:
$8.25
TieredEach Qty: 6 to 10
3 mL serum, Tu,F 1 day M-F
Serology Anaplasmosis (cELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 11+] Fee Schedule
< h3 > Anaplasmosis (cELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 11+]Fee Schedule:
$6.00
TieredEach Qty: 11+
3 mL serum, Tu,F 1 day M-F
Serology Aspergillosis (AGID) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Aspergillosis (AGID)Fee Schedule:
$9.25
M-Th, 3 mL serum 1 day M-Th
Serology Avian Influenza (AGID) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Avian Influenza (AGID)Fee Schedule:
$2.75
M-Th, 2 mL serum 4 days M-Th
Serology Avian Influenza (ELISA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Avian Influenza (ELISA)Fee Schedule:
$2.75
2 mL serum 2 days M-F
Serology Avian Mycoplasmosis (Mg, Ms) (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Avian Mycoplasmosis (Mg, Ms) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Mycoplasma gallisepticum (MG) (ELISA) 5 days
Mycoplasma synoviae (MS) (ELISA) 5 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Avian Mycoplasmosis (Mg, Ms) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$1.50
2 mL serum 5 days M-F
Serology Avian Pneumovirus (ELISA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Avian Pneumovirus (ELISA)Fee Schedule:
$6.00
  10 days M-F
Serology Avian Virus Panel (Panel) Details
< h3 > Avian Virus Panel (Panel)Details:
Tests performed by PDRC
Panel Tests
< h3 > Avian Virus Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) (ELISA) 10 days
Infectious Bronchitis Virus (IBV) (ELISA) 10 days
Avian Reovirus (REO) (ELISA) 10 days
Newcastle Disease (NDV) (ELISA) 10 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Avian Virus Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$11.75
Tests performed by PDRC, 2 mL serum 10 days M-F
Serology Blackleg Battery (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Blackleg Battery (Panel)Panel Tests:
Cl. Chauvoei (FA) 1 day
Cl. Novyii (FA) 1 day
Cl. Septicum (FA) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Blackleg Battery (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$14.00
Fresh tissue, muscle, heart 1 day M-F
Serology Blasto - Histo Panel (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Blasto - Histo Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
Blastomycosis (AGID) 1 day
Histoplasmosis (AGID) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Blasto - Histo Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$18.00
M-Th 1 day M-Th
Serology Blastomycosis Histomycosis Antigen EIA (Mira Vista Diagnostics) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Blastomycosis Histomycosis Antigen EIA (Mira Vista Diagnostics)Fee Schedule:
$69.00
  10 days M-F
Serology Bluetongue (cELISA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bluetongue (cELISA)Fee Schedule:
$7.00
  1 day M-F
Serology Bluetongue / EHD Combo (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Bluetongue / EHD Combo (Panel)Panel Tests:
Bluetongue (AGID) 1 day
Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) (AGID) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bluetongue / EHD Combo (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$10.25
M-Th, 5 mL serum 1 day M-Th
Serology Bovine Leukemia Virus (BLV) (AGID) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Leukemia Virus (BLV) (AGID)Fee Schedule:
$4.75
M-Th, 3 mL serum 1 day M-Th
Serology Bovine Neospora (cELISA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Neospora (cELISA)Fee Schedule:
$7.00
2 mL serum 1 day M-F
Serology Bovine Pregnancy (ELISA) [Each Qty: 1 to 5] Details
< h3 > Bovine Pregnancy (ELISA) [Each Qty: 1 to 5]Details:
Test
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Pregnancy (ELISA) [Each Qty: 1 to 5]Fee Schedule:
$7.50
Each Qty: 1 to 5
Test, 2ml serum or plasma 1 day M-F
Serology Bovine Pregnancy (ELISA) [Each Qty: 6 to 10] Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Pregnancy (ELISA) [Each Qty: 6 to 10]Fee Schedule:
$5.25
Each Qty: 6 to 10
Test, 2ml serum or plasma 1 day M-F
Serology Bovine Pregnancy (ELISA) [Each Qty: 11+] Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Pregnancy (ELISA) [Each Qty: 11+]Fee Schedule:
$4.25
Each Qty: 11+
Test, 2ml serum or plasma 1 day M-F
Serology Brucella abortus (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Brucella abortus (Panel)Panel Tests:
Brucella abortus (APA) 1 day
Brucella abortus (Card agglutination) 1 day
Brucella abortus (Rivanol) 1 day
Brucella abortus (SPT) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Brucella abortus (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$6.50
  1 day M-F
Serology Brucella canis (IFA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Brucella canis (IFA)Fee Schedule:
$25.25
2 mL serum 1 day M-F
Serology CAEV/OPP (ELISA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > CAEV/OPP (ELISA)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
2 mL serum 1 day M-F
Serology Canine Babesia (NCSU) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Canine Babesia (NCSU)Fee Schedule:
$56.25
2 mL serum 10 days M-F
Serology Canine Tick Panel (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Canine Tick Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
Ehrlichia canis (ELISA) 1 day
Lyme Disease (ELISA) 1 day
Canine Anaplasmosis (ELISA) 1 day
Dirofilariasis (Occult Heartworm) (ELISA) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Canine Tick Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$25.25
  1 day M-F
Serology Caseous Lymphadenitis (CL) (TVMDL) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Caseous Lymphadenitis (CL) (TVMDL)Fee Schedule:
$20.50
2 mL serum 10 days M-F
Serology Chicken anemia virus (CAV) (ELISA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Chicken anemia virus (CAV) (ELISA)Fee Schedule:
$3.25
2 mL serum 7 days M-F
Serology Coccidioidmycosis (AGID) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Coccidioidmycosis (AGID)Fee Schedule:
$9.25
M-Th, 3 mL serum 4 days M-Th
Serology Cryptococcus (TVMDL) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cryptococcus (TVMDL)Fee Schedule:
$51.00
  10 days M-F
Serology Direct Coombs (Agglutination) Details
< h3 > Direct Coombs (Agglutination)Details:
Same day for samples received by 1 PM.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Direct Coombs (Agglutination)Fee Schedule:
$15.00
3 mL unclotted blood, Same day for samples received by 1 PM. 1 day M-F
Serology Dirofilariasis (Occult Heartworm) (ELISA) Details
< h3 > Dirofilariasis (Occult Heartworm) (ELISA)Details:
Same day for samples received by 1 PM.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Dirofilariasis (Occult Heartworm) (ELISA)Fee Schedule:
$11.25
3 mL serum, 3 mL serum, Same day for samples received by 1 PM. 1 day M-F
Serology Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) (AGID) Details
< h3 > Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) (AGID)Details:
Cut off time for test setup is 1 PM.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) (AGID)Fee Schedule:
$7.00
M-Th, Cut off time for test setup is 1 PM., 3 mL serum 1 day M-Th
Serology Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) (ELISA) Details
< h3 > Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) (ELISA)Details:
Same day results if received by 2 PM.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) (ELISA)Fee Schedule:
$7.00
3 mL serum, Same day results if received by 2 PM. 1 day M-F
Serology Equine Lyme Disease (Idexx) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Equine Lyme Disease (Idexx)Fee Schedule:
$33.75
2 mL serum 10 days M-F
Serology Equine Piroplasmosis Panel (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Equine Piroplasmosis Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
Equine Piroplasmosis (Babesia caballi) (ELISA) (NVSL) 7 days
Equine Piroplasmosis (Theileria equi) (ELISA) (NVSL) 7 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Equine Piroplasmosis Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$42.75
4 mL serum; sample must be received by noon for same-day results 7 days M-F
Serology Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM) (EDS) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM) (EDS)Fee Schedule:
$78.75
  10 days M-F
Serology Equine Tick Panel (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Equine Tick Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
Equine Lyme Disease (Idexx) 10 days
Equine Anaplasmosis (Idexx) 14 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Equine Tick Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$40.75
  14 days M-F
Serology FeLV, FIV Combo (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > FeLV, FIV Combo (Panel)Panel Tests:
Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) (ELISA) 1 day
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) (ELISA) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > FeLV, FIV Combo (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$25.25
5 mL serum 1 day M-F
Serology Leptospirosis (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Leptospirosis (Panel)Panel Tests:
Leptospirosis bratislava (MAT) 7 days
Leptospirosis canicola (MAT) 7 days
Leptospirosis grippotyphosa (MAT) 7 days
Leptospirosis hardjo (MAT) 7 days
Leptospirosis ictero (MAT) 7 days
Leptospirosis pomona (MAT) 7 days
Leptospirosis (Other) (MAT) 7 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Leptospirosis (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$17.00
W, W, W, W, 3 mL serum 7 days W
Serology M. paratuberculosis (Johne's) (ELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 1 to 5] Fee Schedule
< h3 > M. paratuberculosis (Johne's) (ELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 1 to 5]Fee Schedule:
$8.25
TieredEach Qty: 1 to 5
Th, 3 mL serum 7 days Th
Serology M. paratuberculosis (Johne's) (ELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 6 to 10] Fee Schedule
< h3 > M. paratuberculosis (Johne's) (ELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 6 to 10]Fee Schedule:
$5.75
TieredEach Qty: 6 to 10
Th, 3 mL serum 7 days M-F
Serology M. paratuberculosis (Johne's) (ELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 11 to 50] Fee Schedule
< h3 > M. paratuberculosis (Johne's) (ELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 11 to 50]Fee Schedule:
$4.75
TieredEach Qty: 11 to 50
Th, 3 mL serum 7 days M-F
Serology M. paratuberculosis (Johne's) (ELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 51+] Fee Schedule
< h3 > M. paratuberculosis (Johne's) (ELISA) [TieredEach Qty: 51+]Fee Schedule:
$4.25
TieredEach Qty: 51+
Th, 3 mL serum 7 days M-F
Serology Mycoplasma gallisepticum (MG) (HI) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mycoplasma gallisepticum (MG) (HI)Fee Schedule:
$4.25
2 mL serum 7 days M-F
Serology Mycoplasma synoviae (MS) (HI) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mycoplasma synoviae (MS) (HI)Fee Schedule:
$4.25
3 mL serum 7 days M-F
Serology Neonatal isoerythrolysis (TVMDL) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Neonatal isoerythrolysis (TVMDL)Fee Schedule:
$35.00
  10 days M-F
Serology Neospora (Cornell) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Neospora (Cornell)Fee Schedule:
$28.25
Serum 14 days M-F
Serology NPIP-AI (AGID) Fee Schedule
< h3 > NPIP-AI (AGID)Fee Schedule:
$2.75
M-Th, 2 mL serum 1 day M-Th
Serology NPIP-AI (ELISA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > NPIP-AI (ELISA)Fee Schedule:
$2.75
2 mL serum 1 day M-F
Serology Pasteurella Multocida (ELISA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Pasteurella Multocida (ELISA)Fee Schedule:
$4.00
  14 days M-F
Serology Potomac Horse Fever (PHF) (UK LDDC) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Potomac Horse Fever (PHF) (UK LDDC)Fee Schedule:
$39.50
2 mL serum 10 days M-F
Serology Q Fever (Coxiella burnetii) (TVMDL) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Q Fever (Coxiella burnetii) (TVMDL)Fee Schedule:
$28.25
3 mL serum, Q Fever (Coxiella burnetti) 10 days M-F
Serology Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (RMSF) (IFA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (RMSF) (IFA)Fee Schedule:
$28.25
  1 day M-F
Serology Rotavirus (ELISA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Rotavirus (ELISA)Fee Schedule:
$18.00
3 mL liquid feces, Tu,F 1 day Tu,F
Serology Ruminant Pregnancy (ELISA) [Each Qty: 1 to 5] Fee Schedule
< h3 > Ruminant Pregnancy (ELISA) [Each Qty: 1 to 5]Fee Schedule:
$7.50
Each Qty: 1 to 5
  • Cattle – 2ml Whole blood (EDTA), plasma (EDTA) or Serum
  • Goats – 2ml Serum
  • Sheep - 2ml Whole blood (EDTA) or Serum
  • Bison - 2ml Whole blood (EDTA)
1 day M-F
Serology Ruminant Pregnancy (ELISA) [Each Qty: 6 to 10] Fee Schedule
< h3 > Ruminant Pregnancy (ELISA) [Each Qty: 6 to 10]Fee Schedule:
$5.25
Each Qty: 6 to 10
  • Cattle – 2ml Whole blood (EDTA), plasma (EDTA) or Serum
  • Goats – 2ml Serum
  • Sheep - 2ml Whole blood (EDTA) or Serum
  • Bison - 2ml Whole blood (EDTA)
1 day M-F
Serology Ruminant Pregnancy (ELISA) [Each Qty: 11+] Fee Schedule
< h3 > Ruminant Pregnancy (ELISA) [Each Qty: 11+]Fee Schedule:
$4.25
Each Qty: 11+
  • Cattle – 2ml Whole blood (EDTA), plasma (EDTA) or Serum
  • Goats – 2ml Serum
  • Sheep - 2ml Whole blood (EDTA) or Serum
  • Bison - 2ml Whole blood (EDTA)
1 day M-F
Serology Salmonella Pullorum - Typhoid Plate Agglutination (UK LDDC) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Salmonella Pullorum - Typhoid Plate Agglutination (UK LDDC)Fee Schedule:
$9.25
  10 days M-F
Serology Small Ruminant Johne's (ELISA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Small Ruminant Johne's (ELISA)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
3 mL serum, Th 7 days Th
Serology Toxoplasma gondii-IgG (IFA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Toxoplasma gondii-IgG (IFA)Fee Schedule:
$24.00
  1 day M-F
Serology Toxoplasma gondii-IgM (IFA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Toxoplasma gondii-IgM (IFA)Fee Schedule:
$24.00
  1 day M-F
Toxicology 2,4-D (GC/MS) Fee Schedule
< h3 > 2,4-D (GC/MS)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
500 mL Water 3 days M-F
Toxicology Alkalinity (Titration) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Alkalinity (Titration)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
500 mL Water 3 days M-F
Toxicology Anticoagulant Rodenticides (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Anticoagulant Rodenticides (Panel)Panel Tests:
Warfarin (LC/PDA) 2 days
Pival (LC/PDA) 2 days
Diphacinone (LC/PDA) 2 days
Dicoumarol (LC/PDA) 2 days
Chlorophacinone (LC/PDA) 2 days
Brodifacoum (LC/PDA) 2 days
Bromadiolone (LC/PDA) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Anticoagulant Rodenticides (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$66.25
  2 days M-F
Toxicology Arsenic (AA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Arsenic (AA)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
5 mL whole blood (EDTA or Heparin) or 5g liver, kidney, stomach or rumen content 4 days M-F
Toxicology Arsenic (Reinsch) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Arsenic (Reinsch)Fee Schedule:
$16.50
15g kidney, 5g blood 1 day M-F
Toxicology Bromethalin (LC/PDA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bromethalin (LC/PDA)Fee Schedule:
$66.25
  3 days M-F
Toxicology Calcium (Ca) (AA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Calcium (Ca) (AA)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
200 g ground feed or 500 mL water 2 days M-F
Toxicology Calcium (Ca) (ICP) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Calcium (Ca) (ICP)Fee Schedule:
$42.75
200 g ground feed or 500 mL water 2 days M-F
Toxicology Cantharidin (GC/MS) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cantharidin (GC/MS)Fee Schedule:
$50.25
500g Alfalfa; Blister beetles; 50 mL urine 3 days M-F
Toxicology Copper (AA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Copper (AA)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
3 mL clear serum or 5 g liver, kidney, stomach, or rumen content or 5g feed 2 days M-F
Toxicology Copper (ICP) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Copper (ICP)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
5g liver, kidney, stomach, or rumen content; 5g feed 2 days M-F
Toxicology Cyanide (Picric Acid) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Cyanide (Picric Acid)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
100g suspected plant; 100g rumen or stomach content 1 day M-F
Toxicology D-Limonene (GC/MS) Fee Schedule
< h3 > D-Limonene (GC/MS)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
100g suspected material; 100g rumen or stomach content 3 days M-F
Toxicology Ergot Alk (GC/MS) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Ergot Alk (GC/MS)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
500g fescue with sclerotia, 500g fescue with sclerotia 3 days M-F
Toxicology Ethylene Glycol (GC) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Ethylene Glycol (GC)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
10 mL urine; serum, bait; 10g kidney, 50g stomach content 2 days M-F
Toxicology Fumonisin B1 & B2 (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Fumonisin B1 & B2 (Panel)Panel Tests:
Fumonisin B1 (TLC) 2 days
Fumonisin B2 (TLC) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Fumonisin B1 & B2 (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$50.25
500g feed or forage 2 days M-F
Toxicology Gossypol (GC/MS) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Gossypol (GC/MS)Fee Schedule:
$37.00
100g cottonseed 3 days M-F
Toxicology Ionophores (TLC) (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Ionophores (TLC) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Lasalocid (TLC) 2 days
Monensin (TLC) 2 days
Narasin (TLC) 2 days
Salinomycin (TLC) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Ionophores (TLC) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$51.00
300g Feed; 100g rumen or stomach content 2 days M-F
Toxicology Ionophores LCMS (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Ionophores LCMS (Panel)Panel Tests:
Lasalocid-LC/MS (LC/MS) 2 days
Monensin-LC/MS (LC/MS) 2 days
Narasin-LC/MS (LC/MS) 2 days
Salinomycin-LC/MS (LC/MS) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Ionophores LCMS (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$50.25
  2 days M-F
Toxicology Iron (AA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Iron (AA)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
3 mL clear serum or 5g liver or 5g feed 2 days M-F
Toxicology Iron (ICP) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Iron (ICP)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
5g liver or 5g feed 2 days M-F
Toxicology Lead (AA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Lead (AA)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
5 mL blood (EDTA or Heparin) or 5 g liver, kidney, stomach, or rumen content 2 days M-F
Toxicology Lead (ICP) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Lead (ICP)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
5 mL whole blood (EDTA or Heparin) or 5g liver, kidney, stomach or rumen content 2 days M-F
Toxicology Magnesium (AA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Magnesium (AA)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
1 mL Serum 2 days M-F
Toxicology Manganese (AA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Manganese (AA)Fee Schedule:
$50.25
5g liver or kidney 3 days M-F
Toxicology Manganese (ICP) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Manganese (ICP)Fee Schedule:
$27.25
5g liver or kidney 2 days M-F
Toxicology Mercury (ICP) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mercury (ICP)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
  1 day M-F
Toxicology Mercury (Reinsch) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mercury (Reinsch)Fee Schedule:
$34.75
5 mL blood (EDTA or Heparin) or 5 g liver, kidney, stomach, or rumen content 2 days M-F
Toxicology Mineral Panel Outsourced (Misc.) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mineral Panel Outsourced (Misc.)Fee Schedule:
$46.00
  5 days M-F
Toxicology Moisture (Drying Oven) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Moisture (Drying Oven)Fee Schedule:
$5.00
  2 days M-F
Toxicology Molybdenum: Tissue (ICP) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Molybdenum: Tissue (ICP)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
5g Liver 2 days M-F
Toxicology Mycotoxins Panel (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Mycotoxins Panel (Panel)Panel Tests:
Aflatoxin (B1) (TLC) 2 days
Aflatoxin (B2) (TLC) 2 days
Aflatoxin (G1) (TLC) 2 days
Aflatoxin (G2) (TLC) 2 days
Ochratoxin A (TLC) 2 days
Zearalenone (TLC) 2 days
DAS (TLC) 2 days
Vomitoxin (TLC) 2 days
Fumonisin B1 (TLC) 2 days
Fumonisin B2 (TLC) 2 days
Citrinin (TLC) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Mycotoxins Panel (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$50.25
500g feed or forage 2 days M-F
Toxicology Nitrate (ISE probe) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Nitrate (ISE probe)Fee Schedule:
$14.00
200 mL water, 500g feed or forage 1 day M-F
Toxicology Nitrate (Spot Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Nitrate (Spot Test)Fee Schedule:
$14.00
1 mL eye fluid or serum 1 day M-F
Toxicology Nitrite (Spot Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Nitrite (Spot Test)Fee Schedule:
$14.00
1 mL eye fluid or serum 1 day M-F
Toxicology Pesticide (GC/MS) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Pesticide (GC/MS)Fee Schedule:
$50.25
100g suspected material; 100g rumen or stomach content, 10 mL whole blood 3 days M-F
Toxicology Petroleum Products (TLC) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Petroleum Products (TLC)Fee Schedule:
$54.00
50g rumen or stomach content 2 days M-F
Toxicology pH (pH Meter) Fee Schedule
< h3 > pH (pH Meter)Fee Schedule:
$9.25
50g rumen or stomach content, 100 mL water 3 days M-F
Toxicology Phosphorous (PO4) (Spectrophotometer) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Phosphorous (PO4) (Spectrophotometer)Fee Schedule:
$14.00
200 g ground feed 2 days M-F
Toxicology Selenium (Fluorimeter) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Selenium (Fluorimeter)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
Bovine, Ovine: 3 mL whole blood; Porcine, Equine: 3 mL clear serum; 5 g liver 5 days M-F
Toxicology Sodium (AA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Sodium (AA)Fee Schedule:
$28.25
50g brain, 2 mL serum 2 days M-F
Toxicology Strychnine (TLC) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Strychnine (TLC)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
50g liver, 100g suspected material; 100g rumen or stomach content 2 days M-F
Toxicology Sulfur (ICP) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Sulfur (ICP)Fee Schedule:
$30.50
  4 days M-F
Toxicology Thallium (UV) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Thallium (UV)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
10mL urine or serum 2 days M-F
Toxicology Urea (Spectrophotometer) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Urea (Spectrophotometer)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
500g feed or forage 3 days M-F
Toxicology Water Panel, Basic (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Water Panel, Basic (Panel)Panel Tests:
pH (pH Meter) 3 days
TDS (TDS Meter) 3 days
Fluoride (IEC) 3 days
Chloride (IEC) 3 days
Nitrate (IEC) 2 days
Phosphate (IEC) 5 days
Sulfate (IEC) 5 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Water Panel, Basic (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$28.75
200 mL water 5 days M-F
Toxicology Water Panel, Expanded (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Water Panel, Expanded (Panel)Panel Tests:
pH (pH Meter) 3 days
TDS (TDS Meter) 3 days
Calcium (AA) 5 days
Iron (AA) 2 days
Manganese (AA) 3 days
Fluoride (IEC) 3 days
Chloride (IEC) 3 days
Nitrate (IEC) 2 days
Sulfate (IEC) 5 days
Phosphate (IEC) 5 days
ORP (ORP Meter) 3 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Water Panel, Expanded (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$42.75
200 mL water 5 days M-F
Toxicology Zinc (AA) Details
< h3 > Zinc (AA)Details:
To prevent invalid Zinc results due to stopper contamination and hemolysis, serum samples to be analyzed for Zinc should be collected in a dark blue top vacutainer tube which contains NO anticoagulant, removed from the clot and submitted in a dark blue vacutainer tube which contains NO anticoagulant. Samples may also be collected, removed from the clot and submitted in plastic brucellosis tubes with plastic tops.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Zinc (AA)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
3 mL clear serum, 5g liver or kidney, 5g feed, To prevent invalid Zinc results due to stopper contamination and hemolysis, serum samples to be analyzed for Zinc should be collected in a dark blue top vacutainer tube which contains NO anticoagulant, removed from the clot and submitted in a dark blue vacutainer tube which contains NO anticoagulant. Samples may also be collected, removed from the clot and submitted in plastic brucellosis tubes with plastic tops. 2 days M-F
Toxicology Zinc (ICP) Details
< h3 > Zinc (ICP)Details:
To prevent invalid Zinc results due to stopper contamination and hemolysis, serum samples to be analyzed for Zinc should be collected in a dark blue top vacutainer tube which contains NO anticoagulant, removed from the clot and submitted in a dark blue vacutainer tube which contains NO anticoagulant. Samples may also be collected, removed from the clot and submitted in plastic brucellosis tubes with plastic tops.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Zinc (ICP)Fee Schedule:
$36.50
5g liver or kidney, 5g feed, To prevent invalid Zinc results due to stopper contamination and hemolysis, serum samples to be analyzed for Zinc should be collected in a dark blue top vacutainer tube which contains NO anticoagulant, removed from the clot and submitted in a dark blue vacutainer tube which contains NO anticoagulant. Samples may also be collected, removed from the clot and submitted in plastic brucellosis tubes with plastic tops. 2 days M-F
USDA NAHLN SIV PCR 1 Amplification (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > SIV PCR 1 Amplification (Panel)Panel Tests:
Swine Influenza Virus Matrix (Biosprint ABI) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus Matrix (Biosprint Smart Cycler) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus Matrix (Manual ABI) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus Matrix (Manual Smart Cycler) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > SIV PCR 1 Amplification (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$51.00
  2 days M-F
USDA NAHLN SIV PCR 2 Amplifications (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > SIV PCR 2 Amplifications (Panel)Panel Tests:
Swine Influenza Virus Matrix (Biosprint ABI) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus Matrix (Biosprint Smart Cycler) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus Matrix (Manual ABI) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus Matrix (Manual Smart Cycler) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus N1 (Biosprint ABI) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus N1 (Biosprint Smart Cycler) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus N1 (Manual ABI) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus N1 (Manual Smart Cycler) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > SIV PCR 2 Amplifications (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$35.75
  2 days M-F
USDA NAHLN SIV PCR 3 Amplifications (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > SIV PCR 3 Amplifications (Panel)Panel Tests:
Swine Influenza Virus Matrix (Biosprint ABI) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus Matrix (Biosprint Smart Cycler) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus Matrix (Manual ABI) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus Matrix (Manual Smart Cycler) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus N1 (Biosprint ABI) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus N1 (Biosprint Smart Cycler) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus N1 (Manual ABI) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus N1 (Manual Smart Cycler) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus N3 (Biosprint ABI) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus N3 (Biosprint Smart Cycler) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus N3 (Manual ABI) 2 days
Swine Influenza Virus N3 (Manual Smart Cycler) 2 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > SIV PCR 3 Amplifications (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$35.75
  2 days M-F
Virology Avian Reovirus (REO) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Avian Reovirus (REO) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
Feces, tendon sheath, liver, kidney, Lung 1 day M-F
Virology Avian Virus Isolation (Egg Inoculation) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Avian Virus Isolation (Egg Inoculation)Fee Schedule:
$56.25
M-Tu, Trachea, liver, Lung, intestine 10 days M-Tu
Virology Avian Virus Isolation (VI - Send Out) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Avian Virus Isolation (VI - Send Out)Fee Schedule:
$235.00
  28 days M-F
Virology Bovine Coronavirus (BCV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Coronavirus (BCV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
Fecal swab, Feces, intestine 1 day M-F
Virology Bovine Parainfluenza Virus Type 3 (PI3V) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Parainfluenza Virus Type 3 (PI3V) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
nasal washing / swab, Trachea, Lung, fetal tissues 1 day M-F
Virology Bovine Parainfluenza Virus Type 3 (PI3V) (Virus Neutralization) Details
< h3 > Bovine Parainfluenza Virus Type 3 (PI3V) (Virus Neutralization)Details:
Three to five (3 - 5) days after receipt of convalescent sample.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Parainfluenza Virus Type 3 (PI3V) (Virus Neutralization)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
1 - 2 mL serum (Acute / Convalescent), Three to five (3 - 5) days after receipt of convalescent sample., Tu,F 7 days Tu,F
Virology Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus (BRSV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus (BRSV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
nasal washing / swab, Trachea, Lung, fetal tissues 1 day M-F
Virology Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus (BRSV) (Virus Neutralization) Details
< h3 > Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus (BRSV) (Virus Neutralization)Details:
Three to five (3 - 5) days after receipt of convalescent sample.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus (BRSV) (Virus Neutralization)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
1 - 2 mL serum (Acute / Convalescent), Three to five (3 - 5) days after receipt of convalescent sample., Tu,F 7 days Tu,F
Virology Bovine Respiratory Viral FAT (BVD, IBR, PI3, RSV) (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Bovine Respiratory Viral FAT (BVD, IBR, PI3, RSV) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis Virus (IBRV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) 1 day
Bovine Parainfluenza Virus Type 3 (PI3V) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) 1 day
Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus (BRSV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) 1 day
Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (BVDV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) 1 day
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Respiratory Viral FAT (BVD, IBR, PI3, RSV) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$28.75
Trachea, Lung, intestine, Nasal swab 1 day M-F
Virology Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (BVDV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (BVDV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
nasal washing / swab, Trachea, Lung, fetal tissues 1 day M-F
Virology Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (BVDV) Persistent Infection Testing (ELISA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (BVDV) Persistent Infection Testing (ELISA)Fee Schedule:
$4.75
  2 days M-F
Virology Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (Virus Neutralization) (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (Virus Neutralization) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus Type 1 (Virus Neutralization) 7 days
Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus Type 2 (Virus Neutralization) 7 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (Virus Neutralization) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$16.25
  7 days M-F
Virology Canine Adenovirus (CAV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Canine Adenovirus (CAV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$15.50
liver, kidney, spleen, lymph node 1 day M-F
Virology Canine Coronavirus (CCV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Canine Coronavirus (CCV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$15.50
Fecal swab, Feces, intestine 1 day M-F
Virology Canine Distemper Virus (CDV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Canine Distemper Virus (CDV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$15.50
Conjunctival scraping, Brain, Lung, urinary bladder 1 day M-F
Virology Canine Distemper Virus (IFA) (Panel) Details
< h3 > Canine Distemper Virus (IFA) (Panel)Details:
Sample must be received by 11:00 AM on Wed, Fri for same day set up.
Panel Tests
< h3 > Canine Distemper Virus (IFA) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Canine Distemper Virus (CDV) (IFA IgG) 3 days
Canine Distemper Virus (CDV) (IFA IgM) 3 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Canine Distemper Virus (IFA) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$40.75
2 mL serum, W,F, Sample must be received by 11:00 AM on Wed, Fri for same day set up. 3 days W,F
Virology Canine Herpesvirus (CHV) (IFA) (ADDL PURDUE) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Canine Herpesvirus (CHV) (IFA) (ADDL PURDUE)Fee Schedule:
$35.75
  7 days M-F
Virology Canine Herpesvirus Type 1 (CHV1) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Canine Herpesvirus Type 1 (CHV1) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$15.50
  1 day M-F
Virology Canine Parvovirus (CPV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Canine Parvovirus (CPV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$15.50
Feces, intestine 1 day M-F
Virology Chlamydia (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Chlamydia (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
Lesion swab, Eye exudate, Scraping, Tissues with lesions 1 day M-F
Virology Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis (EEE) (ELISA) (NVSL) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis (EEE) (ELISA) (NVSL)Fee Schedule:
$30.00
M,Th, 2 mL serum 7 days M,Th
Virology Electron Microscopy Examination (EM) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Electron Microscopy Examination (EM)Fee Schedule:
$39.50
Feces, Fecal swab, Lesion 1 day M-F
Virology Equine Encephalyomyelitis (EEE, WEE, VEE) (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Equine Encephalyomyelitis (EEE, WEE, VEE) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis (EEE) (NVSL-PRNT) 14 days
Venezuelan Equine Encephalomyelitis (VEE) (NVSL-PRNT) 14 days
Western Equine Encephalomyelitis (WEE) (NVSL-PRNT) 14 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Equine Encephalyomyelitis (EEE, WEE, VEE) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$46.00
W, 2 mL serum 14 days W
Virology Equine Herpesvirus Type 1 (ER) (Virus Neutralization) Details
< h3 > Equine Herpesvirus Type 1 (ER) (Virus Neutralization)Details:
Sample must be received by 11:00 AM on Tue, Fri for same day set up.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Equine Herpesvirus Type 1 (ER) (Virus Neutralization)Fee Schedule:
$22.00
2 mL serum, Tu,F, Sample must be received by 11:00 AM on Tue, Fri for same day set up. 7 days Tu,F
Virology Equine Herpesvirus Type 1 and 4 (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Equine Herpesvirus Type 1 and 4 (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$15.50
  1 day M-F
Virology Equine Influenza Virus (Virus Neutralization) (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Equine Influenza Virus (Virus Neutralization) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Equine Influenza Virus (EIV) INF1 (Virus Neutralization) 7 days
Equine Influenza Virus (EIV) INF2 (Virus Neutralization) 7 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Equine Influenza Virus (Virus Neutralization) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$40.75
  7 days M-F
Virology Equine Viral Arteritis Virus (EVAV) (Virus Neutralization) Details
< h3 > Equine Viral Arteritis Virus (EVAV) (Virus Neutralization)Details:
Sample must be received by 11:00 AM on Tue, Fri for same day set up.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Equine Viral Arteritis Virus (EVAV) (Virus Neutralization)Fee Schedule:
$20.50
Tu,F, 2 mL serum, Sample must be received by 11:00 AM on Tue, Fri for same day set up. 7 days Tu,F
Virology Feline Herpesvirus Type 1 (FVR) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Feline Herpesvirus Type 1 (FVR) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$15.50
Lung, Trachea, Nasal swab, Conjunctival swab 1 day M-F
Virology Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIPV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIPV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$15.50
Lung, kidney, liver, spleen, Brain 1 day M-F
Virology Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIPV) (IFA) Details
< h3 > Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIPV) (IFA)Details:
Sample must be received by 11:00 AM on Wed, Fri for same day set up.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIPV) (IFA)Fee Schedule:
$22.00
2 mL serum, Sample must be received by 11:00 AM on Wed, Fri for same day set up., Abdominal fluid, W,F 3 days W,F
Virology Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPLV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPLV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$15.50
spleen, intestine 1 day M-F
Virology Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis Virus (IBRV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis Virus (IBRV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
nasal washing / swab, ocular swab, Trachea, Lung, fetal tissues 1 day M-F
Virology Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis Virus (IBRV) (Virus Neutralization) Details
< h3 > Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis Virus (IBRV) (Virus Neutralization)Details:
Three to five (3 - 5) days after receipt of convalescent sample.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis Virus (IBRV) (Virus Neutralization)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
1 - 2 mL serum (Acute / Convalescent), Three to five (3 - 5) days after receipt of convalescent sample., Tu,F 7 days Tu,F
Virology Influenza A (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Influenza A (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$15.50
Lung, Trachea, Nasal swab 1 day M-F
Virology Porcine Circovirus Type 2 (PCV2) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Porcine Circovirus Type 2 (PCV2) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
Lung, intestine, spleen, lymph node, Tonsil, kidney 1 day M-F
Virology Porcine Parvovirus (PPV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Porcine Parvovirus (PPV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
fetal tissues, Lung, liver 1 day M-F
Virology Porcine Parvovirus (PPV) (Virus Neutralization) Details
< h3 > Porcine Parvovirus (PPV) (Virus Neutralization)Details:
Three to five (3 - 5) days after receipt of convalescent sample.
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Porcine Parvovirus (PPV) (Virus Neutralization)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
1 - 2 mL serum (Acute / Convalescent), Three to five (3 - 5) days after receipt of convalescent sample., Tu,F 7 days Tu,F
Virology Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive Syndrome Virus (PRRSV) (ELISA) (KSU) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive Syndrome Virus (PRRSV) (ELISA) (KSU)Fee Schedule:
$10.25
  7 days M-F
Virology Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive Syndrome Virus (PRRSV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Porcine Respiratory and Reproductive Syndrome Virus (PRRSV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
Lung, spleen, fetal tissues 1 day M-F
Virology Pseudorabies Virus (PRV) (ELISA) (KSU) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Pseudorabies Virus (PRV) (ELISA) (KSU)Fee Schedule:
$7.50
  7 days M-F
Virology Pseudorabies Virus (PRV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Pseudorabies Virus (PRV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
Brain, Tonsil, spleen, Lung 1 day M-F
Virology Swine Influenza Virus (Virus Neutralization) (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Swine Influenza Virus (Virus Neutralization) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Swine Influenza Virus (SIV) INF H1N1 (Virus Neutralization) 7 days
Swine Influenza Virus (SIV) INF H3N2 (Virus Neutralization) 7 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Swine Influenza Virus (Virus Neutralization) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$16.25
  7 days M-F
Virology Transmissable Gastroenteritis Virus (TGEV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Transmissable Gastroenteritis Virus (TGEV) (Fluorescent Antibody Test)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
intestine 1 day M-F
Virology Transmissable Gastroenteritis Virus (TGEV) (Virus Neutralization) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Transmissable Gastroenteritis Virus (TGEV) (Virus Neutralization)Fee Schedule:
$8.25
1 - 2 mL serum, Tu,F 7 days Tu,F
Virology Vesicular Stomatis (Virus Neutralization) (Panel) Panel Tests
< h3 > Vesicular Stomatis (Virus Neutralization) (Panel)Panel Tests:
Vesicular Stomatitis Indiana (VS IN) (Virus Neutralization) 7 days
Vesicular Stomatitis New Jersey (VS NJ) (Virus Neutralization) 7 days
Fee Schedule
< h3 > Vesicular Stomatis (Virus Neutralization) (Panel)Fee Schedule:
$40.75
2 mL serum, Tu,F 7 days Tu,F
Virology Viral PCR (PCR Send Out) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Viral PCR (PCR Send Out)Fee Schedule:
$127.50
  21 days M-F
Virology Viral Sequencing (PCR Send Out) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Viral Sequencing (PCR Send Out)Fee Schedule:
$148.00
  21 days M-F
Virology Virus Isolation (Culture) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Virus Isolation (Culture)Fee Schedule:
$39.50
Tissue, Swabs, Tu,F 14 days Tu,F
Virology Virus Isolation (NVSL) Fee Schedule
< h3 > Virus Isolation (NVSL)Fee Schedule:
$67.50
Brain, CSF, whole blood 15 days M-F
Virology West Nile Virus (WNV) (ELISA) Fee Schedule
< h3 > West Nile Virus (WNV) (ELISA)Fee Schedule:
$22.00
1 - 2 mL serum, M-Th 2 days M-Th

 

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