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Diagnostic Sample Kit

1. ORDER THE KIT

2. THREE DAYS LATER, KIT ARRIVES

Pinkey Swab

3. COLLECT HERD SAMPLES & SHIP (POSTAGE PAID BY CT)

We manage each account personally and work for you throughout the process from start to finish.  We are ready to help you with diagnostics results, isolate management, product forecasting, non-adjacent paperwork, inventory management, and much more.

Swine

As new diseases emerge and pathogenic organisms adapt to the environment, we are working on products that can be used to help you respond to the new challenges in swine health. For a list of diseases we are typically dealing with click here.

Bovine

As new diseases emerge and pathogenic organisms adapt to the environment, we are working on products that can be used to help you respond to the new challenges in bovine health. For a list of diseases we are typically dealing with click here.

Look here for information on disease issues facing veterinarians and livestock producers and what Cambridge is doing to help.

Precision Vaccinology

Technical Information

Precision Vaccinology®

Precision Vaccinology® is the combination of Next Generation Diagnostics and advanced manufacturing…

Lameness

Technical Information

Lameness

Mycoplasma related lameness in pigs contributes to economic loss and decreased animal welfare…

Influenza D Virus

Technical Information

Influenza D

A good candidate for autogenous vaccine, due to a lack of availability of commercial vaccines…

Metagenomics

Technical Information

Metagenomics

Proactive use of metagenomics can help detect and manage disease…

Dr Ben Hause Kansas State

Recently Published

Articles

Articles written by our staff and other professionals in our field of expertise…

PRRS

Technical Information

PRRS

PRRS remains a major problem to swine producers and due to rapid mutation and strain variation…

Influenza D - Webinar

Autogenous Vaccines in the 21st Century - Webinar

Next Generation Sequencing

Cambridge Technologies DataBridge

Diagnostic Databridge

Bridging the gap between Clinic, Veterinarian, and Diagnostic testing results using secure cloud-based storage, and giving you the tools for a proactive approach to herd health management. Click Here to get started.

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Next Generation Diagnostics + Quality Custom Manufacturing

Cambridge Technologies uses Precision Vaccinology®, a combination of Next Generation Diagnostics and Quality Custom Manufacturing, to help veterinarians find solutions to herd health problems. 

It starts in our full-service diagnostics laboratory, featuring next generation sequencing, new techniques to identify all known and unknown viruses, and bacteria in samples from a herd.  We use the data to select the best candidates for a herd specific vaccine which we custom manufacture for the veterinarian with formulations optimized to meet your specific needs.  Our goal is to identify emerging pathogens, prevent disease they may cause, and reduce dependence on antibiotics. More

From Start to Finish

The Precision Vaccinology® process is designed to give veterinarians the information and tools needed to solve the unique and ever-changing disease problems facing herds in their care. We have experienced personnel and advanced technologies to manage this entire process for you.

Disease Challenges

Viruses-Bacteria

Diagnostic Submissions

Next Generation Diagnostics

Metagenomic Sequencing

Manufacturing

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Customer Support

Customer Support

Ongoing Partnerships

Why Autogenous?

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Availability

Sometimes commercial vaccines are not available for a specific disease or they aren’t as effective as … more

Quick Turnaround

Commercial vaccines can take up to 5 years before they are available…more

Strain Selection

Bacterial and viral “isolates” are the cornerstone of autogenous vaccine formulation…more

Fast & Flexible

Flexibility

Not all problems can be solved using the same one-size-fits-all approach…more

Why Choose Cambridge?

Precision Vaccinology

Research & Diagnostics

Manufacturing Herd Health Solutions

Customer Support Who Works for You

The DNA of Us

Our success is measured as a team.  We are different parts working as a whole with a shared common goal:  Providing veterinarians with the best possible diagnostics, manufacturing, and service to help them manage existing and emerging animal health problems.  Get to know the people of Cambridge.

Research & Diagnostics

The experienced Research and Diagnostics team is a full-service diagnostics lab utilizing the latest in next generation sequencing and molecular diagnostics.

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Manufacturing

Our manufacturing team has many years of experience in adapting formulations to meet your specific needs and creates USDA-Approved Bacterial and Viral Products.

Business Development

The business development team is focused on the customer and making your experience with Cambridge Technologies a positive one.

  • Most calf raisers give nine to fourteen injections before day 60 of age in a calf. I can take it down to one. That’s a no-brainer.

    –Dr. Tim Trayer

  • We had such a serious salmonella problem that when we first got the SoliDose vaccine, we gave 2,000 doses to the entire milking herd – and they barely skipped a beat. I was very impressed with the low endotoxins and how the product really did an amazing job of shutting down the problem.

    –- Dr. Ray Pawlisch

  • In a veterinary practice, our job is to enhance animal health and reduce client costs, and we like to see those results. They (Cambridge) aren’t MBAs trying to drive the bottom line. They’re trying to maximize animal health. They enjoy doing that.

    –– Dr. LD Barker

  • From the get-go, when we got that first batch, we haven’t really looked back. It’s simple and the efficacy is, I think, outstanding. It’s really been a good tool for our clients to be able to give them a single-dose autogenous and have the technology to not have to get the cattle back in/off of pasture to give them a second dose.–– Dr. Chad Kerr