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Rapid Microbiology Methods for Detection of Salmonella in Food

S.agona on XLD and CHROMagar

Baby milk isolate as false negative on XLD

rapidmicrobiology.com newsletter focuses on detection and confirmation methods for Salmonella in foods.

CORK, IRELAND, March 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Professional microbiologists need to keep up to date with the latest products and services for their laboratories, to help achieve this, the latest rapidmicrobiology.com newsletter focuses on what detection and confirmation methods are available for Salmonella present in foods.

Articles accessible from the newsletter include a review by Dr. Suzanne Jordan, Molecular Methods Manager at Campden BRI which describes what options are currently available for laboratories. Also covered is how S.agona from the recent baby milk incident gives a false negative colony appearance on XLD, a commonly used secondary plating media, changing to a chromogenic agar would address this potential problem. Plus, how a self-contained swab device might be the answer for your environmental testing, it's fast and easy to set up and read.

Also, if you ever need to test 10,000 chicken samples for Salmonella using a molecular based method - do you know which manufacturer will give you the fastest sample to result? Find the answer here!

For these and other microbiology product updates see the 'Special Focus on Salmonella rapidmicrobiology.com Newsletter' or subscribe here to receive your free microbiology newsletter every week.

Sue Brockman
Rapid Test Methods
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