PatoGen opens bacteriology lab in Oslo

In collaboration with Fürst Medical Laboratory at Furuset in Oslo, PatoGen will use its own laboratory from February to analyze bacteriology samples from fish.

This establishment will be a long-awaited platform to be able to deliver complete analysis and diagnostic services to the farming industry.

The tests will follow the same set-up that Fürst supplies to the health sector in Norway, with a strong focus on quality and traceability. Identification, resistance testing and biobanking are some of the services offered.

Together with our other services such as PCR, histopathology and sequencing, bacteriology will help form the basis for complete diagnostic reports.

PatoGen is launching clinical chemistry in May
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Training course: Fish health, welfare and biosecurity in trout farming
Thanks to the Cure4Aqua EU-funded project, we would like to invite you join the next training on Fish Health, Welfare, and Biosecurity in Trout Farming
New bacteriology service ready to start in Oban
New bacteriology service ready to start in Oban!
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