LNCR, the French National Laboratory for Health Control of Breeding Animals is a veterinary testing and research laboratory specialized in the field of animal health, located in Maisons Alfort just a short distance from the National Veterinary School and the Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (ANSES).  
The laboratory has always had close relations with these bodies, especially in the fields of research and diagnosis in animal diseases as well as in the evaluation of reproductive functions in animals of high genetic merit.

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LNCR is a specialized laboratory, working especially with bovine, porcine, ovine and caprine animals of high genetic breeding value and housed in semen collection centres or embryo transfer stations.
To fulfil its missions, LNCR uses state-of-the-art technology in its complementary technical units:  andrology, cell biology, molecular biology, virology, bacteriology, sero-immunology and hormonology*.
In its areas of expertise, LNCR is accredited by COFRAC (the French Accreditation Committee), enabling it to guarantee results of the highest quality to its customers. Such quality relates directly to the requirements of its customers and partners, as well as to the genetic and economic value of the animals whose health status it is LNCR’s job to define, in compliance with the requirements of the genetics sector.