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The institute continually develops and promotes the quality of its applied research based on issues relating to the preservation of animal resources and the protection of man from animal-transmitted diseases. Basic and applied research is directed to the diagnosis of animal, poultry and fish endemic and exotic diseases
The Animal Health Research Institute (AHRI) was originally established in 1904 as the Laboratory of Veterinary Pathology in Giza. Its main responsibilities were the production of limited amounts of hemorrhagic septicemia and fowl cholera vaccines, in addition to examining pathological samples received from different districts. In 1950, it became the General Directorate of Veterinary Research Laboratories consisting of three major laboratories for research and diagnosis of animal and poultry diseases, animal reproduction, and serum and vaccine production
(last updated: 07-July-2003)
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