Follow the discussions on the introduction of animal health monitoring through filters, & environmental samples. We're looking forward to meeting you at booth B21
Seminar @ SECAL 2017 - Nuevas tendencias en control sanitario encaminadas a cumplir con el principio de las 3Rs y mejorar el bienestar animal.
New trends in health monitoring aimed at complying with the 3Rs principle and improving animal welfare.
Seminar on recommendations for health monitoring and reporting for zebrafish research facilities, and traditional and emerging laboratory techniques.
Seminar @ AFSTAL 2017 - Nouvelles approches pour améliorer l’efficacité des programmes de contrôle sanitaire
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New approaches for improving the effectiveness of animal health monitoring programs.
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Follow the discussions on the introduction of animal health monitoring through filters, & environmental samples.
We invite you to come to our stand (5 & 6) to challenge us to provide answers to your question on what the advantages, disadvantages and possible limitations are of this kind of approach.
Meet the IDEXX BioResearch team at the 2017 Scand-LAS congress in Kopenhagen. Booth 5 & 6.
Workshop - Pathology of laboratory animals in biomedical research
IDEXX BioResearch has always been involved in the animal pathology field and as such we are proud to support the international workshop “Pathology of laboratory animals in biomedical research” organized in Leiden (the Netherlands) by the Fondazione Guido Bernardini (FGB) and Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC).
New techniques have proven to question the current status quo of necropsies in lab animal health monitoring. During this session, the new trends in animal health monitoring towards animal welfare will be discussed by David Mayo (BSc, MSc) and Massimo Foa (DVM, MRCVS).
18-36% of cell lines are cross-contaminated or misidentified. Therefore a growing number of 30+ journals now request cell line authentication prior to publication. What does this mean for you and your research?