10th June 2013 Content supplied by: Campden BRI
Food Microbiology Laboratories - New Guidance from Campden BRI
Microbiological analysis of foods can involve any of a range of techniques - often quite sophisticated - for detection, identification, confirmation and enumeration of specific micro-organisms or groups of micro-organism. Obtaining valid and meaningful results, however, requires that the principles of good laboratory practice (GLP) are applied not just to these final analyses but to the many steps and laboratory procedures through which the samples pass en route to the analysis. This practical laboratory guide provides a firm basis on which to establish and maintain such good practice.
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Date Published: 10th June 2013
Source article link: Campden BRI
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