Customers are very satisfied with IDENTXX`s fast and precise identification service. We serve their needs having characterise isolates of several fungi, oomycetes and bacteria using MLST (Multilocus sequence typing) and other appropriat systems. Are you interested in benefit from our experience? Please feel free to contact us.
In order to distinguish susceptible oilseed rape from resistant CLEARFIELD® oilseed rape, IDENTXX offers an analytical service for fast and secure identification.
Dr. Frank Brändle will speak on May 7th 2013 at Börse Stuttgart
16:30-16:45 IDENTXX: Gesundes Wachstum durch Pflanzendiagnostik Dr. Frank Brändle, Geschäftsführer, IDENTXX GmbH, Stuttgart
Read more: http://www.bioregio-stern.de/de/aktuelles-presse/veranstaltungen/ernst-young-biotechnologie-report-2013
08.03.2013 Cutting-edge farmers employ PCR analysis
IDENTXX receives federal subsidies for the development of new diagnosis solutions for crop protection
IDENTXX GmbH identifies the best means of successfully combating a particular weed using molecular diagnostic analysis. Now the Stuttgart-based company and its partners from research and industry are to receive subsidies from the German Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection (BMELV). The aim of the project is to achieve a sustained reduction in the use of chemical crop protection agents.
Herbicide resistance is a spreading problem becoming more serious not only in "common" weeds, but also in additional species. Early detection and precise identification of target side resistances (TSR) helps to develop and implement suitable measures to prevent dispersal. Therefore, IDENTXX developed detection systems for ALS-resistance in several weed species.
Currently, IdentXX establishes a new, fast and secure detection system for the fungus Rhizoctonia solani on Hydrangea. Detection will be possible from dead or alive plant materials using PCR-based techniques.
In cooperation with Selecta Klemm GmbH & Co. KG, IDENTXX GmbH has developed a secure and fast system to detect pathogens that cause bacterial leaf spots on Poinsettia.
- An ongoing cooperation project for the "Development of a method for production of Agrobacterium vitis (Crown Gall) -free vines" between the RLP AgroScience GmbH, the Rebschule Steinmann and the IDENTXX GmbH, promoted by ZIM (Zentrales Innovationsprogramm Mittelstand)