Microbiology News - page 9
The ARIES® C. difficile Assay detects both toxin A and toxin B, which may reduce the probability of a false negative result from strains that only produce toxin A.
The Astell catalogue covers all eight autoclave ranges from circular to square section, 33 litre benchtop up to 1200 litre pass-through, and including options for cooling, vacuum and direct steam amongst others.
IAFP 2017’s program featured more than 1,000 presentations including 74 symposia, 14 roundtable sessions, 134 technical presentations, and 675 poster presentations. In the exhibit hall were representatives from 188 companies, including 42 new exhibitors.
ISPE Baseline® Guide: Risk-Based Manufacture of Pharmaceutical Products (Second Edition) provides a process that allows manufacturers to assess risk and determine where control strategies are necessary to meet acceptable limits for cross-contamination.
PhenoMATRIX™ is a sophisticated suite of algorithms that uses AI to automatically count and recognize organisms, giving microbiology labs the ability to read, interpret and segregate bacterial cultures.
Lonza's new FAQ Tech Tip provides a detailed description of data integrity, its requirements and what they mean, as well as guidance for ensuring compliance in endotoxin testing.
For ready-to-use culture media and rapid solutions for microbial detection in all major beverages like beer, non alcoholic beverages, juice, water and others, Döhler now offers online ordering with payments by credit card and PayPal.
The GreenLight® detection platform from MOCON allows dairies to release product (such as yogurt, soft cheese and cream) in approximately 18 hours with confidence that it does not contain yeast/mold spoilage organisms.
Single use, sterile 10 x 10cm sampling templates from Technical Service Consultants can be used with either swabs or sponges for environmental monitoring of surfaces in food processing, cleanroom or other critical environments.
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Pharmacy Unit and Cherwell jointly published white paper and poster details development of new multilayer packaging of medium to prevent spore contamination prior to compounder validation.
TECHLAB®, Inc. has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance for the TRI-COMBO PARASITE SCREEN™ test. The TRI-COMBO PARASITE SCREEN ™ test is an enzyme immunoassay for simultaneous qualitative
The wide 53 mm opening on the Thermo Scientific Clicktainer vials is designed for easy specimen collection and handling. The click mechanism is both audible and tactile, assuring users that their samples are safe.
The Meningitis Viral 2 ELITe MGB® Panel, validated with cerebrospinal fluid samples detects and differentiates Enterovirus, Parechovirus and Adenovirus in single reaction.
ViroStat has just released a set of new mouse monoclonal antibodies to E. histolytica. These new antibodies function in ELISA and lateral flow applications and thus serve as excellent tools for the detection of this parasite.
The Inlabtec Serial Diluter has been successfully used by lab staff at SGS Fresenius since the beginning of 2015 eliminating the traditionally time-consuming, laborious tasks of test tube filling, sample cap handling and vortexing during dilutions.
Easy to use, sample to answer assay provides rapid detection of leading cause of acute gastroenteritis
NOVA-EM is a GAMP 5 category 3 software system managing all aspects of an automated Environmental Monitoring Program. NOVA-EM is a business ready, process specific “off the shelf” solution that meets 95+ percent of environmental monitoring automaton requirements out of the box.
Hygiena’s ZymoSnap ALP has been specifically developed to offer reliable, definitive and repeatable results, even at low levels (25-100 mU/L), with a convenient all-in-one design, requiring only minimal equipment.
Part of the new generation of preanalyticals, Fecal Transwab® is a new method of collecting and presenting stool specimens that is both compatible with automated processing systems while offering faster turn round for manual processing.
Whether you are attending the IAFP this year or just want to keep up to date with the latest in products for the food microbiology laboratory, you can use our new 'at-a-glance' interactive graphic to quickly and easily see what's going to be on show in Tampa, Florida 9 to 12 July, 2017.