rapidmicrobiology eNewsletter - 14 January 2020.
Microbial Identification in QC Microbiology - Webinar
Featured News
new Short Needle Sterility Testing Device
Sterility testing for cartridges can pose a risk. Increase safety with our new short needle device.  Improve dexterity and security when piercing cartridges, or soft single-use plastic containers with our new short 20 mm length needle. Watch our video!  more... 
Hull University Teaching NHS Trust
Operating theatres demand enhanced microbiological monitoring and infection control.  Hull University Teaching NHS Trust have selected SAS Super air samplers, from Cherwell Laboratories.   more... 
MIC Test Strip
Liofilchem has received clearance from the FDA to market in the United States the Ampicillin*-Sulbactam (2/1) 0.016-256* MTS (MIC Test Strip), a quantitative assay for determining the Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) of Ampicillin-sulbactam.  more... 
PathogenDx Workflow
PathogenDx is an ultra-fast pathogen test that will only identify and quantify live cells and currently in routine use in the emerging cannabis testing industry. CEO Milan Patel talks to rapidmicrobiology on how this disruptive technology can revolutionize the food safety testing industry.   more... 
Plate counts are not the best way to count probiotics
Flow cytometry beats the traditional plate count  when it comes to probiotics, reports Marco Pane, R&D manager of Probiotical, a manufacturer of probiotics.  more... 
Safer sterility testing with the new Steritest Neo short needle device
STEC and Salmonella Seminar
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Featured Product
Rapid Microbial Testing of ATMPs

Biotherapeutics present some difficult problems to the QC testing laboratory owing to their short shelf life, small production quantities and the fact they are tailored to the individual patient.  The normal compendial testing approach is therefore not very practical.

Reducing Manufacturing Risks with Molecular Identification Methods
Pharmaceutical, consumer care, and food manufacturers will benefit from this webinar which will cover DNA sequencing, MALDI-TOF, and other technologies available, for the most accurate microbial identification results. 
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Superbugs and Superdrugs 2020
Now in it's 22nd year this year's Superbugs and Superdrugs will focus on non-traditional approaches in the fight against antimicrobial resistance.
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