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Dry biochemistry in veterinary medicine

Dry veterinary biochemistry is a branch of science that deals with the analysis of the chemical composition of solids, such as tissues, organ pieces or feces, in the context of veterinary medicine. This type of research focuses on identifying chemical components in biological samples of animals, allowing veterinarians to diagnose medical conditions, monitor metabolic processes, and assess the overall health of patients.

As part of dry veterinary biochemistry, chemical analyses of solids are performed, such as tissue analyses, fecal examinations or histopathological examinations. These techniques allow for the assessment of the function of various organs, the identification of pathologies, and provide information relevant to diagnosis and treatment planning.


Dry veterinary biochemistry research is an important tool in veterinary practice, enabling a precise understanding of animal health and effective therapeutic decision-making.


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