Veterinary Science Research Tools
Veterinary science focuses on improving and maintaining the health and well-being of domestic, companion and exotic animals. Research on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of veterinary diseases is not only important for the health of animals but also contributes to human health and our environment. We support veterinary science researchers with molecular tools to help develop effective vaccines, detect pathogens and diagnose diseases.
We’ll work with you to solve your challenges in veterinary science research—just ask us!
Veterinary Vaccine Development and Production
Veterinary vaccines are important tools to prevent diseases in animals. A major challenge in vaccine development is the need for rapid, large-scale production. The development of RNA vaccines can solve this issue due to its fast, inexpensive and scalable properties. The use of modified nucleosides can further increase RNA stability, enhance translation, and reduce inflammatory response.
Products for Veterinary Vaccine Development and Production
We provide several systems for large-scale in vitro transcription of RNA to support RNA vaccine development and production.
Generate high-specific-activity RNA probes or transcripts; choice of SP6, T7 or T3 systems.
P1420, P1430, P1440
RiboMAX™ Large-Scale RNA Production Systems
Compatible with modified or unmodified nucleotides. Produces 2–5mg/ml RNA.
T7 RiboMAX™ Express Large-Scale RNA Production System
Designed for speed. Produces 5–8.5mg/ml RNA in 30 minutes.
Veterinary Pathogen Detection, Disease Diagnostics and Genotyping
The ability to detect veterinary pathogens and diagnose diseases quickly and accurately is crucial for maintaining animal health. This process often involves extracting DNA or RNA from animal tissue, blood, urine or feces, in order to perform PCR amplification to identify the infectious agent.
Nucleic Acid Extraction
We offer scalable nucleic acid extraction solutions for a wide range of sample types and throughput needs—from single samples to high-volume processing. Our high-throughput Maxwell® HT chemistries can be used with most leading liquid handling robotic systems. We can also help your lab implement or customize a sample extraction workflow.
We developed DNA/RNA purification protocols for various animal samples (e.g., cattle, canine, salmon). Search our database to find a protocol for your sample. Can’t find what you need? Contact our Technical Services team, and they’ll work with our Applications Scientists to develop a solution just for you!
Automated Nucleic Acid Extraction
Maxwell® RSC Instruments are compact, automated nucleic acid purification platforms that process up to 16 or 48 samples simultaneously. Using prefilled cartridges and preprogrammed methods, they provide consistent, reliable DNA or RNA extraction in 25–60 minutes, depending upon sample type.
The Maxwell® RSC Fecal Microbiome DNA Kit isolates DNA from complex sample types for accurate and unbiased analysis of microbial communities. It is suitable for NGS applications to characterize commensal, pathogenic and antibiotic resistant strains for animal health.
Maxwell® RSC Instrument
Benchtop instrument for automated nucleic acid purification with integrated quantitation. For Research Use Only.
Maxwell® RSC 48 Instrument
Benchtop instrument for automated nucleic acid purification of 1–48 samples. For Research Use Only.
Maxwell® RSC Fecal Microbiome DNA Kit
Isolates DNA from human and mammalian fecal samples using the Maxwell® RSC Instrument.
The GoTaq® Enviro qPCR and RT-qPCR Systems are ready-to-use master mixes optimized for amplifying targets from animal fecal and environmental samples (e.g., water, soil, biological material). The systems are resistant to a wide range of PCR and RT-qPCR inhibitors and are suited well for multiplexing applications.
GoTaq® Enviro qPCR and RT-qPCR Systems
Ready-to-use master mixes optimized for amplifying targets from environmental samples.
AM2000, AM2001, AM2010, AM2011, AM2030, AM2040
XpressAmp™ Direct Amplification Reagents
Fast, RNA extraction-free method to prepare viral samples for PCR-based amplification.