Charm Sciences test for Aflatoxins in bovine milk

Tuesday, 02 December, 2014 | Supplied by: Merck Pty Ltd

Charm Sciences has released a test for the detection of Aflatoxins (M1) in bovine milk. These tests, available from Merck Millipore, allow dairy processors to screen milk to two levels of sensitivity, 50PPT and 500PPT, which will enable exportation into the Chinese market.

To complement the traditional ROSA platform testing previously offered, the same test can now be performed on the Charm EZ reader. This instrument offers a built-in incubator and reader in one unit. All data is stored on an SD card, which allows download capabilities as well as data transfer.

Obtaining a result is achieved by a 4-step process and the result is shown automatically on the screen. The Aflatoxin tests are run at two different temperatures and incubation times. Positive controls and dilution buffers are supplied with each kit.

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