Exopol offers a range of diagnostic tests including individual tests and specific diagnostic test panels for species and age
How to proceed?
Consult our guides below. They have been designed to help decide on the next step after the diagnosis of a health problem. The guides are there to help you select the most adequate sample, tell you what materials are required, and which diagnosis will be the most appropriate.
Isolation of common and difficult-to-culture bacteria and identification by mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF technology)
Detection of the presence of virus, bacteria and parasites. This technique allows characterisation and quantification of the concentration
The different serological techniques allow the detection of antibodies in blood serums against pathogens
Analysis of whether a bacterium is sensitive or resistant to a given antibiotic
Determining the lowest concentration of an antibiotic necessary to be effective in an organism
Pathogens characterization by molecular techniques: subtyping by qPCR or nucleotide sequence determination