Thursday September 24, 2020

Equine vet company Epona licences diagnostic blood test

Zoetis, the animal pharma giant, has acquired exclusivity on Stablelab, a hand-held test that quickly assesses the severity of infections in horses

15th December, 2019
Dr Heinrich Anhold, CEO of Sligo based equine blood test company StableLab. Picture: James Connolly

A Sligo equine veterinary company has signed a major licensing deal with one of the world’s leading animal health firms.

Zoetis, the world’s largest producer of medicine and vaccinations for pets and livestock, has acquired the name and brand of Epona Biotech’s Stablelab diagnostic equine blood test.

Stablelab is a hand-held diagnostic test that allows vets to assess the severity of an infection sooner, often before clinical symptoms become...

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