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Foodborne Pathogen Detection

Description

Food Safety
Foodborne Pathogen Detection

  • E. coli O157:H7
  • Listeria
  • Listeria monocytogenes
  • Salmonella
  • Staphylococcus aureus

 

 

Neogen ANSR's rapid molecular-based pathogen detection assay utilizes patent-pending, unique isothermal amplification technology in a microtube format to accurately detect Salmonella and Listeria in a variety of food matrices and environmental samples. The system is flexible: one sample to high throughput operations can adopt the platform. Neogen ANSR's compact size allow it to be easily integrated into existing laboratory space.

Neogen’s Reveal® test systems have everything to complete a pathogen screen, including the enrichment medium. Reveal’s lateral flow device combines an immunoassay with chromatography for a rapid and accurate one-step result. Results are available 15 minutes after enrichment. The tests’ unique antibodies ensure sensitivity and specificity. Built-in visual control lines provide definitive interpretations.

Neogen’s GeneQuence® rapid pathogen detection assays utilize DNA hybridization technology in a microwell format to accurately detect Salmonella, Listeria, or Listeria monocytogenes. GeneQuence’s flexible format allows the system to be used manually to run just a few samples at a time, or to run up to 372 samples at a time fully automated. With either method, GeneQuence provides results that are extremely specific and easy to interpret.

Neogen now offers NeoSeek™, a breakthrough pathogen detection and identification technology that provides next day, DNA-specific test results for pathogenic STEC E. coli strains and identification of more than 30 Salmonella serovars. We will provide next-day results from enriched samples through its GeneSeek laboratory for seven STEC E. coli strains from an enrichment culture. Similar assays are available to detect Salmonella serovars of concerns. NeoSeek uses mass spectrometry-based multiplexing to develop a "DNA bar code" for bacteria, and then compares those results with the known genetic makeup of the target strains to identify and differentiate the target strains. NeoSeek assays use numerous independent genetic markers to detect and identify, which provides actionable results much sooner than conventional cultural methods.



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