Tuesday, November 7, 2017

07/11/2017: Another successful evidence investigator installation in Uruguay

This week Randox Food Diagnostics installed an Evidence Investigator in government laboratory, DILAVE in Uruguay

The laboratory will be using the Antimicrobial Array III screening for Chloramphenicol and the Anthlemintics Array to detect drugs used to protect against internal diseases such as tapeworms and liver flukes.

The Evidence Investigator is a semi-automated system that uses Biochip Array Technology to deliver fast analysis of up to 180 results in under two hours, making it perfect for centralised laboratories.

Biochip Array Technology is a patented system based on the traditional immunoassay format but differs in that it’s capable of simultaneously detecting multiple compounds and providing quantifiable results for each from a single sample.

Benefits of Biochip Array Technology include: 

• Unrivalled consolidation of testing
• Reduced false positives with no reported false negatives
• Simple sample preparation
• Reduced labour requirements

Results favourably compare to confirmation methods such as LC-MS/MS and provide trusted, repeatable results.

Randox Food Diagnostics offer superb screening tools for 5 matrices; Meat and seafood, dairy, mycotoxins, honey and wine, testing for antimicrobials, growth promoting hormones, mycotoxins and drugs of abuse in animals and produce.

To download a recent scientific poster click, HERE.
To find out more about the Evidence Series contact info@randoxfooddiagnostics.com to be put in touch with a Business Development Executive in your area.

Visit the Randox website, HERE.

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