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18 Sep

DELOS Medica in VIV ASIA, Bangkok 2017

Between March 15-17, DELOS Medica team participated in VIV ASIA Bangkok. An important event in the world of animal husbandry and related industries, VIV Asia is the most important South East Asian exhibition platform for products and service providers in farming area and meat processors.   During 3 full days, we received in our stand

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13 Feb

VIV Asia in Bangkok – March 2017

DELOS Medica will attend this March 2017 VIV Asia in Bangkok, Thailand. The coordinates of our stand are: H 104.239 The team that will represent us in Bangkok (consisting in 4 members), will be supervised by the GM of the company in person, Mr. Mircea Roman. You are welcome to visit our stand !

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25 Mar

AV Activity of Tilmicosin for Type 1 & Type 2 PRRSV

Tilmicosin was investigated in a stable porcine alveolar macrophage cell line for its antiviral activity PRSSV against types 1 and 2 porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV). Tilmicosin exhibited strong antiviral effects on both genotypes of PRRSV replication in cultured porcine alveolar macrophages. The antiviral activity was more potent for type 1 PRRSV as

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08 Mar

International Production & Processing Expo 2015

Between January 26- 28, 2015,  Delos Medica participated (for the first time on American ground), at International Production & Processing Expo, Atlanta, Georgia. We are proud to inform you that DELOS Medica was the only Romanian Exhibitor in this important livestock exhibition that brought together more than 7200 international visitors from 103 countries around the

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08 Mar

VIV Utrecht, Netherlands – 2014

  Between May 20 -22, 2014 DELOS Medica participated at the most important event in Europe as far as exhibits are concerned: VIV UTRECHT, NETHERLANDS. For the first time, DELOS Medica appeared with a booth promoting its new image. A strong an motivated team, consisting in Dr. Mircea ROMAN (GM), Dr. Radu IACOB (Quality and

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01 Jun

Avian virus may be harmful to cancer cells

A study at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine has identified a chicken-killing virus as a promising treatment for prostate cancer in humans. Researchers have discovered that a genetically engineered Newcastle disease virus, which harms chickens but not humans, kills prostate cancer cells of all kinds, including hormone-resistant cancer cells. The work of Dr.

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