31st May 2016 Content supplied by: Roka Bioscience, Inc.
Smaller Throughput Food Labs Benefit from Extended On Board Stability
Roka Bioscience's Atlas® system for foodborne pathogen detection now comes with an Extended On-Board Stability feature which marks a significant advance in the flexibility, efficiency, and economics of operating the Atlas System and is designed to deliver the benefits of automation and high-quality molecular technology to mid and lower volume food testing laboratories.
The stability of the Atlas kits has improved from 4 days to 14 days, negating the prerequisite of high daily sample volumes in order to achieve maximum economic and workflow efficiency and furthering the Atlas System as pathogen testing solution for today’s laboratories.
“Roka Bioscience is committed to continuously bringing practical, impactful testing solutions to the Food Industry. By partnering with our customers & the industry, we are able to quickly deliver new products and product advancements to our customers. This Extended On-Board feature is designed to deliver the benefit of automation, traceability, and technology to a wider market and continue to elevate food testing programs across the industry,” stated Mary DuseauChief Commercial Officer at Roka Bioscience.
With a simplified workflow, that involves less hands-on time, and an even faster time to result, this improvement is expected to further the Atlas System as the complete pathogen testing solution for today’s food testing laboratories.
Date Published: 31st May 2016
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