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Idaho and Microbiology Int. Announce Distribution Partnership

Idaho Technology, Inc. (ITI), have signed an agreement with Microbiology International, for the exclusive distribution of the R.A.P.I.D. ® LT Food Security System in the USA.

'With Microbiology International's incredible selection of laboratory equipment and substantial experience in the food safety industry, this alliance will bring real value to our food customers,' states David Nielsen, Vice President of Product Development at ITI. 'We are very pleased to be working with Microbiology International in bringing our robust food security solution to the United States food industry.'

'We are excited to offer our customers Idaho Technology's advanced PCR system, offering the fastest time to results for food pathogens. Idaho Technology pioneered this technology and has developed one of the most sophisticated systems available; we are proud to represent such an innovative company,' states Kevin Klink, Co-CEO of Microbiology International. 'The R.A.P.I.D. LT is a great complement to our line up of laboratory automation instruments which save time and money while increasing the accuracy, quality and reliability of results.'

Built upon LightCycler® technology, the R.A.P.I.D. LT F.S.S combines rapid air thermocycling and a real-time fluorimeter to reliably identify pathogens in food and environmental samples. In addition to the instrument, robust freeze-dried reagents have been designed and optimized to run on this instrument and provide precise results. Because of its sensitivity, accuracy, and high speed, it is the ideal instrument for rapid food borne pathogen identification.

Microbiology International was formed in 1997 to provide the best microbiology automation from around the world to the modern laboratory. Their distribution partnerships with equipment manufacturers who are industry innovators, constantly striving to improve laboratory processes. The equipment offered is technologically advanced and quickly automates tedious, manual lab processes.

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Posted on April 15, 2009