As part of vet month, we’re looking back on some of our older blogs around veterinary research…
At CiteAb we work hard to get to know individual antibody suppliers so that you can be sure the data we hold is always up to date and correct. Every now and then we feature individual company highlights here on our blog, allowing you to get to know leading antibody suppliers too.
This week we have been speaking to VMRD, or Veterinary Medical Research & Development, from Pullman in Washington, USA.
VMRD was founded in the early 80s, and has since grown to employ over 50 researchers, lab technicians and support personnel. As the company’s name suggests, VMRD develops and manufactures a wide range of veterinary diagnostic test kits and related reagents, and distributes them in more than 55 countries.
The company also has a services division, called ABR, which has served the global pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries with world-class testing services, careful attention to quality and industry-leading turnaround time for 25 years.
The team of scientists at ABR is dedicated to providing accurate, timely, and precise results, while ensuring a high degree of customer service. ABR continues to design and develop virus detection protocols and other assays to meet evolving needs and changing regulations.
VMRD is rapidly growing, but strives to preserve a family focused culture and is proud of the integrity and quality of its products. The company has earned market reputation for delivering ‘best in class’ products and services.
Speaking to Matt here at CiteAb, sales manager Edward Felt highlighted that as a result of its clear business focus, VMRD has had a global impact on improvements in animal welfare through the diagnostic laboratories, animal producers, veterinary vaccine manufacturers, government agencies, pharmaceutical companies and veterinarians who use its products and services.
CiteAb now lists all of VMRD’s antibodies. We are always looking for new companies and academics to share their antibody data with us, so if you have antibodies that are not listed on CiteAb do get in touch.
– Matt and the CiteAb team