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in ukraine, VAMS™ faciliates vet med method development

Posted by Neoteryx on May 9, 2019 5:56:00 AM

In news from the world of veterinary medicinal product development, the State Scientific Control Institute of Veterinary Medicinal Products and Feed Additives in Lviv, Ukraine is moving forward with an innovative research project using Mitra® microsampling devices, powered by Volumetric Absorptive Microsampling (VAMS™) technology. The laboratory has developed a quick and accurate LC-MS/MS method for measuring florfenicol, an antibiotic used on farm animals.

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Topics: Clinical Research, Vet Diagnostics

vet diagnostics: new applications in animal blood sampling

Posted by Emerson Dameron on Dec 1, 2017 5:34:00 AM

The Future of Animal Blood Sampling 

Volumetric Absorptive Microsampling (VAMS™) technology brings new convenience and accuracy to specimen collection from livestock and companion animals. When implementing a microsampling workflow, vet diagnostic organizations can embrace a simple, accurate, quantitative method, while improving the sampling experience for both animals and humans. 

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Topics: Vet Diagnostics

livestock: how to comply with regulations

Posted by Neoteryx on Sep 7, 2017 5:00:00 AM

The last case of rinderpest in the world was eliminated in 2001. What was rinderpest? It was a deadly disease of cattle and buffalo throughout history that caused civilizations to fall and millions of people to starve as their work animals and food sources died. Now, like smallpox in humans, it's gone.

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Topics: Vet Diagnostics

dna testing for pets: genomics goes to the dogs

Posted by Neoteryx on Aug 8, 2017 4:46:00 AM

Watson and Crick may have had little notion, when they discovered the double helix structure of DNA, how far that molecule would go. In 1985, the uniqueness of each individual's DNA led a British forensic scientist to the identity of a murderer and DNA testing was born. Now the tests are available to anyone. Genetic disorders are the major concerns driving the upsurge in DNA testing. Hundreds of hereditary diseases can be detected and possibly avoided. But you can also find out if that family legend of an Apache ancestor is true.

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Topics: RNA / DNA from Dried Blood, Vet Diagnostics