Vetophage's offer

Products & Services

All the power of phages commited to animal health

Vetophage offers you :

  • Tools to detect the bacteria involved
  • Validation of tools to detect the bacteria involved
  • Access to its phage bank (Staphylococcus aureus, Vibrio parahaemolyticus, etc ...)
  • On-demand phage research
  • Custom-made solutions such as the assembly of phage cocktails

Vetophage has 2 laboratories dedicated to the study of phages, as well as an experienced and multidisciplinary team.

Currently, Vetophage has its own collections of specific phages:

Staphylococcus aureus
Streptococcus uberis
Escherichia coli
Vibrio parahaemolyticus
Staphylococcus pseudintermedius
Other phages are still being collected

Vetophage's offer


Development of innovative detection systems for pathogenic bacteria.
Validation of innovative detection systems for pathogenic bacteria.

Development of phage cocktails

Selection of broad spectrum lytic phages.
On-demand phage research.
Phages formulation.

Study of the efficiency of phages in vitro

Determine the phages application conditions: dosage, treatment duration, …

Implementation of in vivo tests

Validation of proof of concept on animals

The bovine mastitis

Development of a rapid detection kit

Bovine mastitis is an infection of the udder with bacteria entering through the teat sphincter. It triggers an inflammatory reaction combined with an influx of white blood cells (or leukocytes) into the udder, which increases the number of somatic cells in the milk. It is a natural defensive reaction against an aggression by bacteria. The three main bacteria involved are Staphylococcus aureusStreptococcus uberis and Escherichia coli.

Bovine mastitis is the No. 1 pathology in dairy farms and affects more than 40% of cows in production.

Vetophage has developed a kit to detect the different bacteria involved in the disease.

This detection kit has many advantages:

  • Fast: detection in 10 min
  • Practical: can be used by the breeders themselves
  • Specific, targets the detected bacteria
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