A realtime PCR for the detection of Ophidiomyces ophiodiicola is now available at Laboklin.
Ophidiomyces (formerly Chrysosporium) ophiodiicola is a causative agent of snake fungal disease. Infections with O. ophiodiicola are associated with skin lesions, pustules, nodules and swelling of the skin. Lesions are primarily occur on the head, but can also spread to the whole body.
Sample material: dry swab (skin), tissue (skin)
A realtime PCR for the direct detection of bovine coronaviruses is now available at Laboklin. BCoV cause enteric and respiratory infections in cattle and wild ruminants: calf diarrhoea, winter dysentery in adults, and respiratory diseases in cattle of different ages.
Sample material: feaces, swab without medium (nose), tissue (lung)