I love my dog Tyson, an 80-pound German Shepherd/Great Dane mix. I scrutinized the nutritional labels of his food on the supermarket shelves, trying to make the best decision. Would he prefer a lamb and rice formula, or maybe chicken and sweet potatoes? What meat protein is in this food, and how much? And when one of my cats, an American Short Hair named Tater Tot, experienced digestive issues, I searched for a formula that has easily-digestible, low-fat poultry proteins. However, it turns out that the nutritional labels on our pet food and treats might not be telling the whole story.
By Deborah Cohen Using the Hunter and our DNA identification test kits, you can quickly verify your products or ingredients. It lets you take the guess work out of the process. Below are two case studies that illustrate some of the benefits. 1. Nutraceuticals and Halal A major concern among producers of Halal goods is […]
A customer recently asked if real-time PCR testing can be done in the field or in areas with limited resources? Yes! The Hunter® instrument is designed to be used at the point-of-need, even if the point-of-need is the back of a truck. Recently we loaded up my SUV and went out into the field to show how this could be done.