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Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)
This brochure from Thermo Fisher Scientific explores why you should choose the SureTect PCR System for rapid, accurate pathogen detection.
Study report: Thermo Scientific SureTect Cronobacter species PCR Assay Workflow NF VALIDATION ISO 16140-2:2016
The following report from Thermo Fisher Scientific gives a summary of the studies performed as part of the NF VALIDATION.
This Quick Reference Guide is intended as an overview of the Thermo Scientific™ SureTect™ Assay workflow only.
Application note: Use of an Antibiotic-free Enrichment Medium for detection of salmonella in cheese samples using the Thermo Scientific SureTect Salmonella Species PCR Assay
This application note explores the use of the Thermo Scientific SureTect Salmonella Species PCR Assay for detection of salmonella in cheese samples.
Poster: AOAC-RI PTM and NF validation of the Thermo Scientific Listeria Species PCR Assay using the QuantStudio 5 Food Safety PCR Instrument
Studies were performed to extend the current AOACRI Performance tested methodSM (PTM) and NF VALIDATION™ by AFNOR Certification for the Thermo Scientific™ SureTect™ Listeria species PCR Assay (candidate method)...
New research entailing whole genome sequencing of campylobacter strains suggests that it mutates, with consequences for both detection and control of the pathogen.
When the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) was discovered nearly 35 years ago, it ushered in a revolution in biology.
28 September 2017 | By Pall Corporation
In this webinar Pall analyses the growing market demands for minimally processed products or mixed beverages and the increasing need for effective controls...
27 January 2016 | By Victoria White
In a new study, researchers compared methods of transgenic plant development and identified ddPCR is much faster than the standard approach, yet equally reliable...
Find out more about Primerdesign's complete speciation solution, using the most up-to-date methods, as part of the genesig® range of products for accurate and accessible speciation testing...
8 June 2015 | By Victoria White
A new way of rapidly identifying bacteria, which requires a slight modification to a microscope, may help the food industry screen against contamination...