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Austria's Erber Group has added another animal health company to its portfolio with the capture of Brazilian firm IPEVE.
Antech Diagnostics has introduced Cadet BRAF and BRAF-Plus liquid biopsy-based cancer diagnostics to North America.
A group of researchers in Scotland are working to develop an early warning system for cardiomyopathy syndrome (CMS) in salmon.
Research published in the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine has backed a new diagnostic tool designed to detect early onset of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in cats.
Zoetis could dip into the M&A market to further bolster its offering of diagnostics, data tools and genetics.
Ahead of the Animal AgTech Innovation Summit in Amsterdam next week, Animal Pharm analyst Sian Lazell caught up with Kevin Zussman, vice president of food and agri-tech investment firm Cultivian Sandbox Ventures, to get his view on the animal health technology space.
Antech Diagnostics is launching a test that can predict whether a cat will develop chronic kidney disease (CKD) within two years. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey spoke to two leading executives from the firm about how this technology fits into the future of companion animal reference laboratory diagnostics.
Ceva Santé Animale has introduced a real-time diagnostic kit to help pig producers fight Salmonella infections.
Scientists at the Pirbright Institute have developed a new test for detecting peste des petits ruminants (PPR) virus in the field.
Israeli veterinary diagnostics firm Biogal has launched its handheld CombCam automated reading device.
Brazil's Inata Produtos Biológicos is aiming to sell its diagnostic kits in new countries outside of its domestic market.
Each year the Kansas City Animal Health Corridor (KCAHC) shines a spotlight on hopeful start-ups looking to disrupt the animal health market with innovation, technology and new perspectives. Animal Pharm contributor Dennis McLaughlin attended the key event.
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