On Demand Webinar: in situ hybridization for Rapid Microbial Detection
In situ hybridization allows genus- and species-specific detection of viable microorganisms to minimize false-positive results. This method can detect attomoles of the target rRNA molecules in yeast or bacteria. It detects viable microorganisms only and is not sensitive to sample matrix, ensuring you can rely on your results.
Expert Jvo Siegrist explains the technology of in situ hybridization considering the example of the HybriScan® test system. Watch the presentation to learn about the advantages, disadvantages, and costs of this rapid method compared to common methods.