Mare Breeding Profile (with Certificates) – 2 tests

CEM, EIA & EVA tests. The equine venereal pathogens Taylorella equigenitalis, Klebsiella pneumoniae & Pseudomonas aeruginosa are detected in swabs submitted. The CEM test is accredited to the ISO17025 standard
Sample RequirementTurnaround TimePriceLaboratorySpecies
Swabs from the clitoral fossa & clitoral sinus placed in Amies charcoal transport medium (Note: Swabs must be within expiry date) & blood sample in a plain / clotted tube7 days€53.00MicroEquine

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