LWP Animals: Feline (Cat) 1 Test Kit

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Histology and pathology specifically related to domestic cats.

85 vials.

PLEASE NOTE: These tissues come from cats, not other animals or humans. They are not intended for home use or laboratory testing. Do not buy this kit, unless you know how to use it. In some countries it is illegal to treat animals without the overall supervision of a veterinarian.

We also have a Feline Combination Pack, which contains this kit and Feline Kit 2.

 

AF1 01   Adrenal Gland

 

AF1 02   Artery & Vein, Small

 

AF1 03   Bladder

 

AF1 04   Cardiac Muscle

An involuntary, striated muscle that is found in the walls of the heart.

 

AF1 05   Cardio-Oesophageal Junction

The abrupt transition from esophageal mucosa to that of the cardiac portion of stomach, demarcated internally in the living by the z-line, and approximated externally by the cardiac notch.

 

AF1 06   Cerebellum

Involved in physical coordination, balance and posture.

 

AF1 07   Cerebral Cortex

Plays a key role in memory, attention, perception, cognition, awareness and thought.

 

AF1 08   Corneo-Sclerotic Junction

Junction between cornea and sclera.

 

AF1 09   Diaphragm, Striated Muscle

 

AF1 10   Duodenum

First section of small intestine.

 

AF1 11   Epididymis

A tube located at the back of the testicles that stores and carries sperm.

 

AF1 12   Fundic Gland

Found in the fundus and body of the stomach. They are simple, almost straight tubes, two or more of which open into a single duct. Oxyntic means acid-secreting and they secrete hydrochloric acid (HCl) and intrinsic factor.

 

AF1 13   Gall Bladder

 

AF1 14   Ganglion, Autonomic

A cluster of nerve cell bodies (a ganglion) in the autonomic nervous system.

 

AF1 15   Ganglion, Spinal

 

AF1 16   Head, Foetal 

 

AF1 17   Ileum

Third portion of small intestine.

 

AF1 18   Intestine, Columnar Epithelium

These cells secrete mucus for lubrication.

 

AF1 19   Intestine, Involuntary Muscle

Muscles that relax and contract to move food down the intestine.

 

AF1 20   Jaw, Kitten

 

AF1 21   Jejunum

Second part of small intestine.

 

AF1 22   Kidney

 

AF1 23   Large Intestine

 

AF1 24   Lip, Tactile Papillae

Nerve endings in lips giving a sense of touch.

 

AF1 25   Liver

 

AF1 26   Liver and Bile Capillaries

 

AF1 27   Lung

 

AF1 28   Lung, Foetal

 

AF1 29   Lymph Gland

 

AF1 30   Lymph Gland, Reticular Cells

The reticular cell network distributes key molecules and provides a structure for immune cells to move around on. (During infections, the network can suffer damage.)

 

AF1 31   Mammary Gland, Active

Lactating breast.

 

AF1 32   Medulla Oblongata

Located in the brainstem; responsible for autonomic (involuntary) functions ranging from vomiting to sneezing. 

 

AF1 33   Mesentery

A fold of the peritoneum which attaches the stomach, small intestine, pancreas, spleen, and other organs to the posterior wall of the abdomen.

 

AF1 34   Muscle, Skeletal

 

AF1 35   Nerve

 

AF1 36   Oesophagus / Esophagus

Also known as food pipe or gullet.

 

AF1 37   Olfactory Epithelium, Kitten

A specialised epithelial tissue inside the nasal cavity that is involved in smell.

 

AF1 38   Olfactory Mucosa

Located in the upper region of the nasal cavity and is made up of the olfactory epithelium and the underlying lamina propria, connective tissue containing fibroblasts, blood vessels, Bowman's glands and bundles of fine axons from the olfactory neurons.

 

AF1 39   Optic Nerve

 

AF1 40   Ovary

 

AF1 41   Pancreas

 

AF1 42   Pancreas, Kitten

 

AF1 43   Pancreas, Pacinian / Lamellar  Corpuscle, Nerve Endings

Pancian corpuscle cells detect vibration and possibly very low frequency sounds.

 

AF1 44   Parathyroid

Four small glands in the neck that control the body's calcium levels.

 

AF1 45   Parotid Gland / Salivary Gland

Makes saliva.

 

AF1 46   Pars Optica Retinae

The posterior part of the retina with its specialised neurons (rods and cones, bipolar and ganglion cells) and supporting cells.

 

AF1 47   Pituitary

 

AF1 48   Prostate

 

AF1 49   Pyloro-Duodenal Junction

The opening from the stomach into the duodenum.

 

AF1 50   Pylorus

The furthest part of the stomach that connects to the duodenum.

 

AF1 51   Rectum, Unstriated Muscle

Muscles in the rectum that contract without conscious control.

 

AF1 52   Sciatic Nerve

Begins in the lower back and runs through the buttock and down the rear leg; provides the connection to the nervous system for nearly the whole of the skin of the leg, the muscles of the back of the thigh, and those of the leg and paw. 

 

AF1 53   Small Intestine

 

AF1 54   Small Intestine, Kitten

 

AF1 55   Soft Palate

The fleshy, flexible part towards the back of the roof of the mouth.

 

AF1 56   Spinal Chord, Cervical

 

AF1 57   Spinal Chord, Lumbar

 

AF1 58   Spinal Chord, Sacral

 

AF1 59   Spinal Chord, Thoracic

 

AF1 60   Spinal Ganglion / Dorsal Root Ganglion / Posterior Root Ganglion

A cluster of nerve cell bodies in a dorsal root of a spinal nerve. 

 

AF1 61   Spleen

 

AF1 62   Stomach

 

AF1 63   Stomach, Cardia

First part of the stomach.

 

AF1 64   Sublingual Gland

Major salivary glands.

 

AF1 65   Submaxillary Gland

A salivary gland inside the lower jaw on either side that produces most of the nocturnal saliva; discharges saliva into the mouth under the tongue.

 

AF1 66   Testis

 

AF1 67   Thymus, Kitten

 

AF1 68   Tongue

 

AF1 69   Tooth in Jaw

 

AF1 70   Tooth, Developing, Kitten

 

AF1 71   Trachea

Wind pipe.

 

AF1 72   Trachea & Thyroid

 

AF1 73   Trachea, Hyaline Cartilage

Hyaline cartilage provides support and flexibility.

 

AF1 74   Ureter

The duct by which urine passes from the kidney to the bladder.

 

AF1 75   Urethra and Penis

 

AF1 76   Uterus and Placenta

 

AF1 77   Vas Deferens

The duct which conveys sperm from the testicle to the urethra.

 

AF1 78   Vein, Large

 

AF1 79   Feline Gingivitis

Inflammation of the gums and tooth problems in cats. The most commonly known causes of feline gingivitis are feline immunodeficiency virus and feline leukemia.

 

AF1 80   Feline Infectious Enteritis / FIE

A disease caused by infection with feline parvovirus (FPV), also known as feline panleukopenia virus. 

 

AF1 81   Feline Infectious Peritonitis

An uncommon, but usually fatal, aberrant immune response to infection with feline coronavirus.

 

AF1 82   Feline Influenza/ Upper Respiratory Infection

A very common disease that can vary considerably in severity, and on occasions can even be life-threatening. 

 

AF1 83   Feline Leukemia

Symptoms include loss of appetite, poor coat condition, uneven pupils, infections of the skin, bladder, and respiratory tract, oral disease, seizures, swollen lymph nodes, skin lesions, fatigue, fever, weight loss, gingivitis, recurring bacterial and viral illnesses, anemia, diarrhea and jaundice. Can be transmitted from infected cats via saliva or nasal secretions.

 

AF1 84   Feline Nosode Combination

Feline Enteritis, Rhinotracheitis, Leukemia, Flu and Aids Nosodes

 

AF1 85   Feline Rhinotracheitis

Herpesvirus disease of cats, characterised by sneezing, inflammation of the nasal passages, fever, and eye infection; inflammation of the windpipe or trachea sometimes occurs.

 

Life-Work Potential product code: 8127

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