AbCelex Technologies to Present at VetHealth Global 2013

TORONTO, ONTARIO June 10, 2012 | AbCelex Technologies to Present at VetHealth Global 2013
The International Animal Health and Nutrition Business Conference

– AbCelex Technologies announced today that the Company has been invited to present at the upcoming VetHealth Global 2013 conference to be held June 10-12 in Princess Edward Islands, Canada.

AbCelex has been selected for the Innovation in Animal Health and Nutrition as one of the top 10 emerging companies who are bringing exciting new technologies to the marketplace to present at this global conference.

VetHealth Global has consistently attracted a top drawer group of multinational companies and early stage businesses that come together in an informal setting to share new research and product concepts, identify investment opportunities, establish new sales channels, and discuss global animal health issues and trends. Delegates from North America, the U.K., China, Switzerland, Brazil, and Israel will participate in this year’s Conference.

Information on this event can be found on the conference website:

About VetHealth Global 2013

VetHealth Global is North America’s Premier International Animal Health & Nutrition Business Conference. Over 150 delegates from animal health and nutrition companies and support organizations from around the world will be in Prince Edward Island, Canada from June 10 – 12th for VetHealth Global 2013. Since 2007, VetHealth Global has received recognition for its stellar list of participating presenters, innovative emerging companies, business-to-business partnering program, and top-rated networking events. For more information, visit

About AbCelex Technologies Inc.

AbCelex Technologies Inc. is a privately owned Canadian biotechnology company committed to the discovery and development of innovative technologies for food safety applications. AbCelex’s current efforts are catered towards the development and commercialization of diagnostic and novel feed additive products for food animal health and food safety. For more information, visit


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