New arrivals in Microbiology Rapid Test kit(lateral flow)
Time:2024-06-03
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Description:

The FSTest Microbiology Rapid Test kit is based on sandwich lateral flow immunochromatographic assay. The test cassette has a window for result reading, which has a T (test) line and a C (control) line. Both are invisible before testing. When the sample is applied into the sample hole on the device, the liquid will laterally flow through the surface of the test strip and react with the pre-coated recombinant antigens. If there is foodborne pathogens present in the sample, the T line will become visible. On the contrary, when there is no foodborne pathogens in the sample or its concentration is below the detection limit, the test line shows no color, indicating a negative result. While the C line should always appear in the test, which indicates a valid result. By this means, the device can indicate the presence of foodborne pathogens in the sample.


Cat no.DescriptionUnit quantityIncubation timeAnalysis time
MC32.4129.5Salmonella Rapid Test Kit(lateral flow)10 Tests/Kit18-24hr10-13min

MC32.4115.5

Listeria monocytogenes Rapid Test Kit(lateral flow)10 Tests/Kit18-24hr15-20min

MC32.4114.5

Staphylococcus aureus Rapid Test Kit(lateral flow)10 Tests/Kit18-24hr15-20min

MC32.4116.5

E.coli O157 Rapid Test Kit(lateral flow)10 Tests/Kit18-24hr10-15min


Application

Intended to test foodborne pathogens in water, beverages, dairy products, meat, seafood, etc.

Product features:

1.  Rapid detection, the process takes only 10-20 minutes excluding the enrichment time.

2.  Easy-to-interpret results, qualitative determination by observing the appearance of the line in T zone.

3.  Stable performance and high sensitivity.

4.  No auxiliary equipment is needed, thus cost and space are saved.

5.  Over 20 years of R&D technology guarantee professionalism and quality, a reliable brand among customers.

 

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