Lyophilization allows a laboratory to increase its efficiency while it is monitoring the quality of its processes.
Advances in the lateral flow immunoassay technique for food samples is a prime example of good science made better by improving connections between the building blocks of the method.
Microbial enumeration is a critical step in the food safety process.
The development of selective chromogenic media is arguably one of the first rapid microbiological methods developed for use in the food industry.
There are just three critical points to consider when adopting new food microbiology detection methods: accuracy, rapidity and cost.
Any intervention strategy must include a pathogen detection program in which the goal is to cull contaminated product prior to moving down the food production chain.
While ground-breaking at its inception, advancements in ELFA technology just keep pushing the technology forward.