NATIONAL REFERENCE LABORATORIES & REFERENCE LABORATORIES

1. 3. 2019

National reference laboratories (NRL) are legally enshrined in Articles 100 and 101 of the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2017/625 of 15 March 2017 (official controls). NRL are stipulated for the sake of food and animal health safety. For respective fields, national reference laboratories are authorised by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic upon a proposal from the State Veterinary Administration (SVA) as per Sections 44(2) and 51a(1) of Act No. 166/1999 Coll., on veterinary care, and certain amending regulations. The powers and responsibilities of the NRLs are described in more detail in Decree No. 298/2003 Coll., on national reference laboratories and reference laboratories.

 

The following national reference laboratories are active as part of SVI:

  • NRL for antimicrobial resistance
  • NRL for avian influenza and Newcastle disease
  • NRL for diagnosis and epizootology of tuberculosis, paratuberculosis and other mycobacterioses
  • NRL for halogenated persistent organic pollutants in feedstuffs and foods
  • NRL for infectious equine diseases
  • NRL for contaminants from production
  • NRL for plague of small ruminants
  • NRL for diseases caused by capripoxviruses (lumpy skin disease and sheep & goat pox)
  • NRL for residues of pesticides and PCB
  • NRL for salmonella
  • NRL for foot-and-mouth disease and vesicular diseases of animals
  • NRL for rabies

 

Reference laboratories (RL) are designated for the respective fields by the State Veterinary Administration as per Sections 48(1)(e) and 51a(2) of the Veterinary Care Act. The activity is legally defined by the Animal Health Act and Decree No. 298/2003 Coll., on national reference laboratories and reference laboratories.

 

The following reference laboratories are active as part of SVI:

  • RL for anthrax
  • RL for milk & milk products
  • RL for determining radioactive substances in food chains
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