A growth in popularity and awareness for animal health management, especially for livestock, has been observed during the last decades as a result of scientific evidence linking animal health with human food safety and public health. Animal health affects the lives of billions of people around the world in the areas of livestock production and companion animal care.
A growing number of opportunities are presenting themselves for animal health products including animal medication, as consumers are demanding risk-free food and governments are shifting their focus on building newer systems for better animal health management.
The rapid growth in global population and the improvement in quality of life are helping create greater emphasis on adequate and reliable supply of high-quality animal protein and other animal-based products. Unfortunately, the available natural resources do not follow the increasing demand of this growing population. Thus, farmers are challenged with finding solutions in order to double productive efficiency with less available resources.
As for companion animals, pet ownership has significantly increased and has proven beneficial for the emotional and physical well-being. This connection between human and animal health drives the consumption of an increasing array of health products and services for the well-being of humans and our companions.
The need for superior animal health products and diagnostic tools now becomes more apparent. Diagnostic tests and animal medication products help optimize the yield potential of animal production and overall animal health. Extracellular vesicle isolation and early biofluid-based diagnostic technologies can increase the prospective diagnostic accuracy, thus reducing false positive rate and economic loss.
Our Vn96 capture technology can offer you on the field, rapid and efficient solutions for animal health management by providing you with new innovative technologies and therapies for improving productive efficiency and advanced animal care.
Vn96 can be used with various animal biological fluids including