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Bioo Scientific - DAS FOOD-1067-01 96 strips Call for Pricing
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Product Detail: AuroFlow Beta-lactam Strip Test is a qualitative and rapid lateral flow assay designed to detect beta-lactam antibiotic residues in raw commingled cow’s milk. This state-of-the-art test uses a novel beta-lactam binding protein which eliminates the need for a heating block. Because it does not require any equipment, this kit is ideal for use in the field or dairy farm.

The AuroFlow Beta-lactam Strip test has the capacity for 96 (Cat # 1067-01) or 192 (Cat # 1067-02) determinations. The shelf life is 12 months when the kit is properly stored.

The positive and negative control vials contain lyophilized raw milk samples, and must be reconstituted with 1 mL of distilled water before use. The reconstituted raw milk controls are stable for 1 week at 4°C. Additional positive and negative control vials are available separately (Cat No 106710).


[FEATURES:]
• Rapid strip test method – 7 minutes.
• High sensitivity
• Novel binding protein that requires no heating step
• High reproducibility.
Background Info: All products sold by Bioo Scientific are intended for research use only unless otherwise indicated. This product is not intended for diagnostic or drug purposes, or for use in humans.
Product Type: Food safety - Drug residues - Test Strip
Storage Temp: Store the kit at 2-8°C.
Additional Info: The assay uses a competitive colloidal gold based format. The milk sample (200 uL) is added to a clear plastic reaction vessel/microtiter well, and used to resuspend the dried reagents contained in the well to make a uniform pink color. The milk is then incubated briefly (3 min) to allow the beta-lactam binding protein on the gold particles to engage with any beta-lactam antibiotic present in the milk. The test strip is then inserted into the sample well with the arrows pointing downward initiating capillary flow up the strip. Any gold particles that are not complexed with antibiotics present in the milk will bind to the beta-lactam antibiotic imprinted at the Test line (T-line), forming a signal (red line) at that position. If the beta-lactam binding protein on the gold particle has engaged with antibiotic present in the milk sample, the gold particle will flow past the T-line and reach the Control line (C-line). For visual interpretation of the test results, if the T-line signal intensity is stronger than the signal intensity of the C-line, this indicates a negative result. Signal at the T-line which is equal or less intense compared to the C-line indicated the presence of beta-lactam antibiotics in the milk. The greater the reduction in signal intensity at the T-line, the greater the concentration of beta-lactam antibiotics present in the milk.
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