Biovet has recently developed a multiplex real-time PCR (qPCR) test to detect and differentiate the 4 of the most frequent species of coagulase negative Staphylococci (CNS) i.e. S. chromogenes, S.
Biovet is proud to announce its new Laboratory of Veterinary Genetics offering a large range of genetic analyses for the detection of genetic diseases as well as tests for color
Biovet is proud to announce the availability of new real time PCR assays (qPCR) allowing detection, differentiation and quantification of Group A, B and C Rotaviruses. Rotaviruses are important agents
Some weeks ago we informed you of the availability of a real time PCR allowing differentiating wild strains of PRRSV from MLV and ATP vaccine-like strains (BI). Since then we
Biovet Receives a New SCC Accreditation for Salmonella Enteritidis Isolation from Poultry Environmental Samples
Biovet is proud to announce that its Agri-Food Microbiology Laboratory has been certified by the Canadian Standards Council (SCC) as “Conforms with requirements of CAN-P-1587, CAN-P-4E (ISO/IEC 17025:2005)”. This concerns
Biovet is proud to announce that its Agri-Food Microbiology Laboratory has been certified by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) as “Conforms with requirements of CAN-P-1587, CAN-P-4E (ISO/IEC 17025:2005)”. This
Biovet USA is proud to announce that it is now open in its new location. While our relocation is minimal in distance, it is important for us to continue serving
PRRSV surveillance partially relies on PCR testing of samples such as serum or oral fluids. In herds where vaccination is used, it is important to differentiate vaccine strains from wild-type
Biovet’s Continuing Education Days for bovine practitioners in Drummondville and Lévis, on March 21 and 23, were a great success. Under the theme “Everything you never dared to ask about
Biovet wants to promote the diagnosis of respiratory infections in cattle. Based on the feedback from the field, it appears that attempts to diagnose these conditions often produce disappointing results.