Gel Test Feline DAT



A Direct Antiglobulin Test (DAT) or Coombs Test is performed to detect the presence of antibodies against red blood cells. It is used in the diagnosis of Immune- Mediated Hemolytic Anemia (IMHA).

There are 2 forms of IMHA:

• The first one is idiopathic IMHA (or primary IHMA) which is probably due to a dysregulation of the immune system.

• The second one (secondary IMHA) is associated with several diseases such as infection diseases (virus, FIV, FeLV, bacteria, parasitic…) or haemopathy or auto immune diseases (lupus). Drug reactions could also induce a secondary IMHA. In cats, secondary IMHA is the most common cause.

Our technology

Our feline DAT Gel Test (or Coombs Test) is based on an individual Gel Test microtube filled with a mixture of gel and specific feline Antiglobulin reagent that will detect the presence of immunoglobulins (IgG & IgM) and/or C3 components binding to the red blood cells surface. A positive result indicates an in vivo sensitization with the presence of auto-immune antibodies.




  • 10 Gel Tests
  • 2 Buffer solutions
  • 1 Box of gel test



Reliable in case of low pcv (anemia) Thanks to the sensitivity of our specific monoclonal antibodies, even with a very low PCV (hematocrit) will allow you to obtain a reliable Feline blood typing result.

Thanks to our specific membrane technology, the agglutinated red blood cells (RBCs) will be retained at the bottom of the membrane whereas non agglutinated RBCs will continue to migrate to the top of the membrane.


Feline Gel Test DAT  GT-DAT-F-10 – Box of 10 Gel Test DAT Feline

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