First part of the session, from 14.00 to 15.30 pm (to the tea break):

1. Babesia gibsoni infection in Israel-G.Baneth et al.
2. Clinical applicability of a patient-near specific commercially available quantitative assay for determination of C-reactive protein-M.Kjelgaard Hansen
3. Reference values of blood components in high producing goats-B.Siliart et al.
4. Prevalence of grey eosinophils in racing hounds and comparison of manual and instrumental counts- L.Giori et al.
5. Acquired myeloperoxidase deficiency in dogs -S.Klenner et al.
6. Biochemical and endocrine profile of 78 obese cats-L.Jaillardon et al.
7. Assesment of lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), alkaline phosphatase (ALP) and aspartate aminotransferase (AST) activities in milk for the diagnosis of subclinical mastitis in sheep and goats-P.Katsoulos et al.

Second part of the session, from 16.00 to 17.30 pm:

1. Homocysteine in canine serum increases in severe renal failure but not in inflammatory bowel disease-G.Rossi et al.
2. Performance evaluation of the Sysmex PocH-100iV Diff hematology analyzer for canine, feline, equine and bovine blood-B.Riond et al.
3. Automatic digital image analysis system (CellaVision DM96) used for canine leukocyte differential counting-I.Lilliehook and H.Tvedten
4. Step by step introduction of QC validation and application of sigma metrics using the hematology analyser CELLDYN 3500 as an example-E.Leidinger et al.

5. Application of sigma metrics: a "reverse approach"-I.Schwendenwein et al.
6. Evaluation of 9 novel renal urinary biomarkers-M. Pinches et al.
7. New indirect ELISAs for the diagnosis of bovine leukosis-S.Safi et al.