We focus on identifying and developing advanced diagnostic molecular tests that enable veterinarians to improve canine and feline pet care.
A research study requires that a collaborative research partner provide us with one of the following types of specimens:
Other biological specimen
Collaborative research partners provide us with the specimens and clinical information necessary to develop tests that help veterinarians:
Differentiate between diseases
Determine disease stage or grade
Predict disease response to treatment
Predict disease progression
An initial discussion with a prospective collaborative research partner generally focuses on our technology and capabilities as well as the research interests of the respective parties. This can be accomplished via conference call or webinar.
The first phase requires about 25 specimens per phenotype to determine if our technology platform can detect differences between relevant phenotypes. If the pilot study results suggest that differences between relevant phenotypes can be detected accurately, the results will be used to develop a classification algorithm.
Following the pilot study, the accuracy of the classification algorithm will be evaluated in an independent cohort of specimens. As a guide, this phase typically requires at least 25 additional specimens per phenotype.
Identifying the study focus
Designing the research study
Providing specimens and clinical input
Presenting our scientific findings
Leading publication efforts
If you have an idea for a research study that you would like to discuss with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.