A summarised history of some French national veterinary laboratories: second Part.

by Claude Meurier et Jean Blancou, Adel. claude.meurier@tele2.fr

This article presents a short review of the history of seven French national veterinary laboratories (see Bulletin de la SFHMSV 2006, n°6): the Central Laboratory for Food Hygiene rue de Dantzig established in 1972 in Paris (today the AFSSA Laboratory for Studies and Research on Food Quality and Processing), the Laboratory for Research and Studies on Fish Diseases established in 1973 in Brest (today merged with the AFSSA Laboratory for Studies and Research on Poultry, Pig and Fish Farming in Ploufragan/Brest), the Centre for Studies and Research on Food Service, rue Mazet
established in 1974 in Paris (merged with the AFSSA Laboratory for Studies and Research on Food Quality and Processing), the National Laboratory for Veterinary Drugs established in 1975 in Fougères (today divided in the AFSSA Laboratory for Studies and Research on Veterinary Medicinal Products and Disinfectants and the National
Veterinary Drug Agency), the Regional Station for Studies in Goat Diseases (today the AFSSA Laboratory for Studies and Research on Goats), the Laboratory for Studies and Research on Equine Diseases established in 1986 in Dozulé and the Laboratory for Studies and Research on Fishery Products established in1990 in Boulogne-sur-Mer.

Bull.Soc.Hist.Méd.Sci.Vét., 2007, 7 : 141-162

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