Veterinary Microbiology News - page 15
bioMérieux launches a new international Industry website dedicated to Agri-Food, BioPharmaceutical and Cosmetics industries as well as Veterinary diagnostics.
Alpha Laboratories’ complete storage, packaging and mailing solution combines an extensive range of 95kPa compliant sample vials with SpeciSafe® secondary packaging and mailing envelopes, ready-labelled according to the UN3373 standard.
Designed for use with all commercially available glass and plastic serological pipettes in the volume range 1-100 ml. the new PIPETBOY acu 2 serological pipettor from INTEGRA is protected from contamination by a hydrophobic filter.
The inherent variability of biological materials can significantly affect the quality and reproducibility of data. Through the use of standardized biological reference materials, assay consistency and accuracy can be improved.
TSC has added liquid Amies transport swab to their Probact range of transport swabs - CLSI M40-A compliant, CE marked, EMDD 93/42/EEC, suitable automated and manual systems.
Neogen's new test to rapidly and accurately detect porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) is now available through the veterinary diagnostics laboratory of its GeneSeek subsidiary, which is based in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA. Based on real-time
Don Whitley Scientific has launched two new anaerobic workstations running from three separate gases. They can operate around 30% cheaper than dual gas versions (which use cylinders of ANO2 and N2)
INTEGRA announces the VIAFLO ASSIST - an innovative new device that, in combination with a VIAFLO II electronic handheld pipette, enables the pipette’s protocols to be performed automatically. This unique new product from INTEGRA reduces the
ID vet offer an indirect ELISA kit for detection of antibodies against P32, P62 and P72 of the ASFV in porcine serum, plasma or blood filter paper samples.
To help customers get the best results from their virology products, ATCC has compiled the ATCC® Virology Guide containing technical information regarding the propagation of viral agents in tissue culture and embryonated chicken eggs.
ATCC® Culture Guides deliver knowledge and insight to the end user in a portable, easy to follow format. Download these useful guides and start with fresh authenticated cells and strains from ATCC to achieve the best results.
Designed for specialised veterinary groups investigating unknown viral infections, AHVLA Scientific's pan-viral microarray service offers laboratory investigation of clinical samples to identify unknown viral pathogens.
The new VWR microbiological culture media portfolio complements the ready to use media range for a wide variety of applications in many different industries including pharma, cosmetic, food, dairy, environment and water control.
GenIUL expands vPCR with PAUL system, an open platform for different sample containers such as microplates, culture bottles and filtration membranes.
Programme is intended mainly for graduates and those already working in veterinary diagnostic/research labs. Staff from other laboratories who want to enhance their understanding of the role of microorganisms in animal health and disease will also benefit.
Expected to be available in North America Q1 2014 - IDEXX Labs SNAP Pro is an advanced point-of-care instrument that automatically activates SNAP® tests, captures and saves images of the results and records invoice charges in the patient record.
Available in North America Q1 2014 - IDEXX Labs SNAP Pro is an advanced point-of-care instrument that automatically activates SNAP® tests, captures and saves images of results & records invoice charges in patient record.
AHVLA Scientific offer an extensive range of high quality biological diagnostic reagents and kits to veterinary diagnostic laboratories worldwide for effective and reliable laboratory testing including Brucella testing kits.
Priorclave has launched its largest cylindrical chamber steam sterilizer as part of the popular and established Q63 autoclave range which is renowned for its affordability, high pack density and has proven ideal for accepting taller than average
Molecular biologists at the Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety rely on two Freedom EVO® workstations to perform automated nucleic acid extraction as part of a busy routine veterinary surveillance workload. Dr Sandra Revilla Fernández, Head