Artemis One Health Research B.V. is a multidisciplinary institute located at the campus of Utrecht University in The Netherlands, dealing primarily with both infectious and non-infectious causes of wildlife and zoonotic diseases. The institute currently involves 10 PhD students and scholars and has thousand square meters of laboratory space and state-of-the-art facilities, allowing experiments using molecular biology, pathology and immunological techniques. Artemis BV has (animal) facilities to work with BSL2 and BSL3 agents both in vitro and in vivo including a pathology centre, imaging possibilities, cell culture facilities, flow cytometry and an experimental animal centre with biosafety level 3 capabilities, all dedicated primarily to wildlife health and directly related issues.
Artemis One Health Research B.V.
02 March 2015
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