INTRODUCING BRAND NEW IDEXX RealPCR*

We are pleased to inform you about the launch of our five brand new IDEXX RealPCR* targets for the detection of respiratory diseases in poultry. These new solutions are part of the IDEXX RealPCR* platform, a revolutionary modular system that speed up your PCR process, simplify staff training and streamline inventory management.

WEBINARS

Guest Speaker

Detection of Avian Respiratory Disease Agents: Focusing on Real-Time PCR and Real-Time RT-PCR

May 4th, 2022 | 15.00 CET

Respiratory disease in poultry.

Prof. Dr. Mark W. Jackwood:

Department of Population Health, University of Georgia

How important are serological tests and monitoring programs to control these diseases.

Dr. Jackwood is a molecular virologist in the college of veterinarian medicine - University of Georgia. His primary area of research is the study of avian coronaviruses. His work involves the use of molecular techniques for the identification, characterization, and control of these viruses.

Recent real-time PCR and real-time RT-PCR tests to detect them including diagnostic strategies for their use.

Guest Speaker

Update on detection of infections by Avian Influenza Virus

September 22nd, 2021 | 15.00 CEST 

High and Low AI viruses

The importance of serological tests and monitoring program

Prof. Dr. J.J. (Sjaak) de Wit

Senior Researcher, Royal GD

How can AI Infection be detected? 

de Wit received his DVM degree from Utrecht University in the NL in 1989 and his PhD. in 1997. He has held a permanent position at Royal GD (former GD Animal Health), Deventer, NL since 1989. He has published more than 70 peer-reviewed papers and has contributed to several books including Poultry Diseases and the OIE Terrestrial Manual.

Guest Speaker

How to choose the right poultry vaccination, health monitoring samples

September 9th, 2020 | 16.00 CET 

What are the right samples to take?

Prof. Dr. J.J. (Sjaak) de Wit

Senior Researcher, Royal GD

What is the epidemiological unit?

How many samples are needed for vaccination and health monitoring?

de Wit received his DVM degree from Utrecht University in the NL in 1989 and his PhD. in 1997. He has held a permanent position at Royal GD (former GD Animal Health), Deventer, NL since 1989. He has published more than 70 peer-reviewed papers and has contributed to several books including Poultry Diseases and the OIE Terrestrial Manual.

Guest Speaker

Interpreting serology results and the importance of baselines in poultry

October 28th, 2020 | 15.00 CET

How to better understand ELISA results, with the help of practical cases

How to interpret the statistical data and graphs inside a report

Prof.  Piotr Szeleszczuk 

Poultry Specialist

How crucial is building your own baselines for a better interpretation of serological results and for the monitoring of your flocks

Prof. Piotr Szeleszczuk is a specialist in poultry diseases, head of the Department of Pathology & Veterinary Diagnostic, University of Life Sciences in Warsaw and author of nearly 700 scientific publications. He is specialized in issues of pathology, therapy, and immunoprophylaxis of avian diseases.

Guest Speaker

Laboratory approach to detect the presence of Mycoplasma in poultry flocks

November 25th, 2020 | 15.00 CET

Mycoplasma in poultry

Dr. Salvatore Catania

Poultry Specialist

Lab diagnostic and Mycoplasma

Practical cases of mycoplasmosis in poultry

Dr. Salvatore Catania is a de facto Poultry Specialist at the European College of Poultry Veterinary Science, Head of the Avian Medicine Laboratory in the IZSVe, supervisor of three different units: Avian Diagnostic Unit, Mycoplasma Unit, and Monoclonal Antibodies Unit. He is specialized in Avian Mycoplasmosis and has published more than 40 peer-reviewed papers.

Reovirus – How to Interpret the Serology

Guest Speaker

June 17th, 2021 | 15.00 CET 

What are Avian Reovirus disease and the immune response?

Dr. Beatriz Cardoso

International Poultry Specialist

How important are serological tests and monitoring programs to control the disease?

Dr. Beatriz Cardoso graduated as DVM and got a Master in Epidemiology from Universidade de São Paulo. Later on, she got her Ph.D. at Universidade Federal Fluminense. She has been dedicating her entire professional life to preventive veterinary medicine and animal health, working in different countries. Since April 2019, she becomes an independent consultant.

How crucial is building your own baselines for a better interpretation of serological results and for the monitoring of your flocks?

RESOURCES

CASE STUDY

Mycoplasma Serology in Very Young Birds

WHITE PAPER

How to Choose the Right Vaccination and Health Monitoring Samples

CASE STUDY

IDEXX AI Ab Test - Effective by any measure

CASE STUDY

Using the IDEXX MG/MS Ab Test to screen for Mycoplasma gallisepticum/synoviae

WHITE PAPER

Reovirus: How to Interpret Serology

GUIDELINE

Check your sample sizes to protect poultry health and productivity

ABOUT IDEXX

IDEXX has been advancing poultry diagnostics and flock management since the first commercial ELISA was launched more than 32 years ago. We continue to invest in poultry services by adding to the team expertise and developing new solutions to support customers in making more confident decisions.


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