How does the sample affect the DNA test?
Sample collection is the first step in DNA testing and is often done by the dog owner himself. Since a sample is a starting material for performing a DNA test, it is crucial that it is taken correctly. Samples of poor-quality cause problems throughout the laboratory procedure and in some cases can even lead to an erroneous result. To avoid problems and delays in DNA testing, we will point out the ...Read more
What is a DNA test?
DNA testing in dogs has been on the rise in recent years as more and more breeders and canine organizations require certain DNA tests to register dogs or mate. Every day we are contacted by clients who would like to order a DNA test but do not know what DNA tests are or what they are intended for. They just know they need them. To some extent, the situation is understandable as it is a professiona...Read more
Laboratory operates normally
Dear customers, we would like to inform you that the laboratory is operating as usual despite the situation regarding the spread of coronavirus.Read more
DNA analysis for your pet
DNA analysis of your pet can help you detect certain traits, hereditary diseases or health risks at an early stage of life. In our highly specialized laboratory, we perform numerous genetic tests for dogs and cats. Our laboratory is specializing in the molecular diagnostics of pets since 2010, helping owners, breeders and veterinary clinics benefit from advances in the field of genetics. We perfor...Read more
Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME)
We would like to inform you that from now on you can order genetic test for JUVENILE MYOCLONIC EPILEPSY (JME) in RHODESIAN RIDGEBACK. You can find more info about the test under our service section.Read more