SNAP TRIO JAPAN Test
Detects more beta-lactam, tetracycline, and pirlimycin residues in raw commingled cow milk.
- Test cold milk right from the truck, refrigerator or bulk tank — no heat or incubation needed.
- Robust and flexible — use with raw and commingled cow milk.
- Read results in 8 minutes.
* Availability / Distribution: Japan
Part numbers and sizes
99-0009844 (30 tests)
|Drug||MRL||SNAP TRIO JAPAN|
|Penicillin G||4 ppb||3 ppb|
|Ampicillin||20 ppb||4 ppb|
|Amoxicillin||8 ppb||5 ppb|
|Cloxacillin||20 ppb||6 ppb|
|Dicloxacillin||10 ppb||6 ppb|
|Nafcillin||5 ppb||4 ppb|
|Ceftiofur & Metabolites||100 ppb||7-20 ppb|
|Cefazolin||50 ppb||12 ppb|
|Cephapirin||30 ppb||10 ppb|
|Cefalonium||30 ppb||15 ppb|
|Cefuroxime||20 ppb||4 ppb|
|Oxytetracycline||100 ppb||60 ppb|
|Tetracycline||100 ppb||80 ppb|
|Pirlimycin||300 ppb||80 ppb|
Questions & Answers
About SNAP tests
Note: The following questions do not apply to SNAP ST tests.
The SNAP TRIO JAPAN Test contains a proprietary reformulated conjugate pellet that accurately and reliably detects beta-lactam, tetracycline, and pirlimycine antibiotic residues without heat or incubation, allowing you to test cold milk directly from the truck, refrigerator or bulk tank. The SNAP TRIO JAPAN Test performance has been validated by internal validation.
The SNAP TRIO JAPAN Test is completed in 8 minutes.
To achieve optimal results close to the Maximum Residue Limits, using a heater block is not recommended. If a heater block is used by mistake, follow the prescribed protocol to retest the sample without the heater block.
Tests that were taken out of refrigeration to be used during the day may be returned to refrigeration as long as the room temperature during the day did not exceed 30°C.
For optimal results, run the test on a flat, level surface.
Refrigerate all SNAP test materials at 2–8°C (36–46°F). Tests can be kept at 15–30°C (59–86°F) during the day of use. Check labeling for test-specific instructions. Remove only the number of tests to be used for the day.
Activation time is critical. After the initial incubation, pour the entire contents of the sample tube into the sample well of the SNAP device. Remain with the device and watch the sample flow across the results window toward the blue activation circle. When the blue activation circle begins to disappear, press the activator firmly until the device "snaps" and the activator is flush with the body of the SNAP device. Always activate (snap) the device when the edge of the circle nearest the sample begins to turn from dark blue to white. Do not let the circle completely disappear.
SNAP technical top - When to "SNAP"
Yes. Bring the tests to room temperature before use.
After the reagent pellet has dissolved, pour the entire contents of the sample tube into the sample well of the SNAP device. Remain with the device and watch the sample flow across the results window toward the blue activation circle. When the blue activation circle begins to disappear, press the activator firmly until the device “snaps” and the activator is flush with the body of the SNAP device. Activate (snap) the device when the edge of the circle nearest the sample begins to turn from dark blue to white. Do not let the circle completely disappear.
SNAP technical tip—When to “SNAP”
Ordering and shipping
You can place your order with our Customer Service department by calling +81-35301-6800 (Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.). Orders can also be faxed to +81-3-5301-6701, or sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact your local IDEXX customer service for any order.
In most cases, we process orders the same day we receive them. To ensure we receive any changes as soon as possible, please call one of our customer service representatives at +81-35301-6800 (Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.). You can also send a fax to IDEXX at 81-3-5301-6701.
Still have questions?
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