Randox Food Diagnostics provides screening technology to monitor the levels of these potentially harmful compounds including the Infiniplex for Milk Array

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Drug residues in milk present major concern for farmers, dairy processors, cheese manufacturers, authorities and consumers due to the potential public health and industrial implications. Through the potential inappropriate antimicrobial use in animals producing product for human consumption, antibiotic-resistant organisms can enter the food supply or can spread to various components of the ecosystem. For consumer protection, regulatory limits have been set for the majority of compounds.

Randox Food Diagnostics provides screening technology to monitor the levels of these potentially harmful compounds including the Infiniplex for Milk Array available on the Evidence Investigator and Evidence Multistat analysers.

Using the Randox Food technology the user can identify 130 analytes from a 200µl sample of raw milk and follows this simple process to results:

  • Pipette the sample directly onto the MultiSTAT biochip
  • Insert into the Evidence MultiSTAT
  • Press Play and follow the on-screen prompts
  • Results appear on screen in under 20 minutes

  • Developed to provide an easy to use option for the user, the Infiniplex Array for Multistat can be used by anyone to ensure rapid on-site testing within the dairy industry.

    The InfiniPlex test menu is 98% compliant with EU regulations and screens for additional contaminants including; antiparasitic, anti-inflammatories, non-steroidal and unauthorised substances from one sample of raw milk, creating a better end product for the processor and end user.

    To find out more about InfiniPlex contact info@randoxfooddiagnostics.com 

     

    RFD Press office

    Randox Food Diagnostics digital press officer

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