Here is what the test says.
1) A coronavirus antibody titer of < 1:100 is not suggestive for an infection with coronavirus. Nevertheless the formation of antigen-antibody complexes can lead to a decreased coronavirus antibody titer. The following changed laboratory parameters may indicate FIP infection in conjunction with suggestive clinical signs: 1) Serum proteins: a) hyperproteinaemia b) hypoalbuminaemia c) hypergammaglobulinaemia -> reduced albumin-globulin ratio (< 0.6 is suspicious for FIP) 2) Blood count: a) hypo- or aregenerative anaemia b) neutrophilia with left shift c) lymphopenia 3) Liver: a) hyperbilirubinaemia b) raised ALT3) Presence of a few reactive lymphocytes5) Presently the cat is not viraemic. Please note: the test result can also be negative in the very early stage of infection or in latently infected animals.
2) The result has been double-checked. 4) Basophils up to 200/ul are considered normal in the literature. *** Final report *** validated by Dr. Haas(Tierarzt) our printed reports are valid without signature.
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