Over the past fifteen years, ANTAGENE has deployed highly-advanced expertise in DNA technologies, particularly in the fields of hereditary disease, molecular genetics, animal genomics, bioinformatics and population genetics."
For over 25 years, Animal Genetics has delivered high quality, friendly service to our customers in the United States, Europe and the world. Our DNA testing services enable individuals to better understand and manage risk associated with a variety of infectious diseases and inherited genetic disorders, while optimizing their breeding programs through genetic screening.
The Veterinary Genetics Laboratory (VGL) at the University of California, Davis provides dog DNA testing services, including forensic genetic analyses, to a world-wide clientele. Validation and standardization of genetic tests across laboratories are areas in which the VGL has been engaged in for many years, primarily via workshops supported by the International Society for Animal Genetics.
Genomia started its activities in April 2008 in rented rooms of the Science and Technology Park in Pilsen, with only two people who had to manage everything. Today, we have our own premises in Janáčkova Street in Pilsen, and our team consists of nine staff members enthusiastically devoted to laboratory work and several external workers.
CAG collaborates with academic laboratories, breed groups, and breeders to contribute to basic and applied research to improve knowledge and develop resources for animal breeders and owners. Tests offered and developed by CAG give breeders the tools they need to reduce the occurrence of undesirable traits through selective breeding and to confidently choose top quality animals for their breeding programs. Animal owners can be assured that their animals will be clear of specific diseases, and veterinarians can confirm diagnoses and support treatment decisions.
Powered by a deep love for dogs and a passion for understanding everything about them, Ryan and Adam Boyko have spent the last decade learning everything they could about dogs - how did they first get humans to fall in love with them, how did humans and dogs change each other in the years since then, and how can we best care for our furry family members?
Paw Print Genetics® is dedicated to achieving optimal canine genetic health by providing outstanding resources for dog owners, breeders, and veterinarians for pet, show and working dogs from all over the world. Our vision is to raise the standards in canine genetic diagnostic testing, carrier screening, and customer support, and to educate our clients and the community on the importance of optimal canine genetic health. Staffed by expertly trained geneticists, veterinarians, and technicians, the lab at Paw Print Genetics is equipped with the latest technology for the testing and analysis of canine genetic diseases to provide you the highest accuracy in the industry.
Orivet Genetic Pet Care is a leading genetic testing organisation offering an extensive range of genetic services to Breeders, Veterinarians and Pet Owners worldwide. Orivet has developed internationally recognised protocols and programmes for member bodies, breed clubs and associations.
Neogen's worldwide genomic operations deliver innovative, affordable DNA testing for the discovery and application of genomic testing for animals, agriculture, agronomy, forestry and horticulture. Neogen partners with researchers at universities, kennel clubs and commercial DNA test providers to deliver data regarding canine health, physical traits and breed ancestry. For more information, please visit http://genomics.neogen.com/en/canine.
By taking a comparative approach to research, the company aspires to accelerate the pace of cancer-related discoveries leading to improved diagnosis, treatment and patient outcomes. Sentinel Biomedical created the world’s first and most rapid and reliable early detection system for canine bladder cancer/TCC/UC, allowing for more timely therapeutic intervention. The company continues to develop innovative cancer detection products with forensic level sensitivity, supported by robust research, proven science and leading genetics and oncology experts.
Our experienced laboratories offer more than 1,000 routine DNA tests for animals, plants and microorganisms. The three locations offer the same DNA services, and the number of DNA tests available is routinely increased by the newest developments in the field.
Mars has spent nearly two decades researching canine genetics starting with our instrumental role in the Canine Genomics project in 1999. Mars Veterinary was established in 2005 and since that time their team of scientists and geneticists has been analyzing canine DNA. By using DNA to discover a dog's ancestry and screen for genetic diseases, pet owners and veterinarians can work together to proactively address the one-of-a-kind needs of each unique dog.