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News published on October 17, 2005:
Scientists in the Netherlands have joined forces with a private company to develop a nano-level chip to detect mycotoxins in food.
The outcome could be a more precise method of detecting food pathogens duri...
News published on July 18, 2005:
Neogen Corporation's lateral flow test to accurately screen corn for aflatoxin, a natural toxin produced by molds, has been approved by the USDA's Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration (GIPSA)...
News published on June 24, 2005:
Following on from the successful approval of RIDA®COUNT Total as an AOAC performance validated method (Certificate No.011001), the RIDA®COUNT Coliform test has also received AOAC performance tested method statu...
News published on June 1, 2005:
Romer Labs® is proud to announce the launch of 2 new products: AflaStar™ M1 Immunoaffinity Column and AgraStrip™ Aflatoxin Dipstick Test Kit.
Aflatoxin M1 is the harmful metabolite of Aflatoxin B1, found in...
Romer Labs Singapore Pte. Ltd.
News published on May 20, 2005:
During AgriLink Trade Show 2004 in Manila, INVE Nutri-Ad officially announced NBC EXIM Corporation as the exclusive distributor for ADIMIX® (sodium-butyrate), ULTRACID (acidification programs) and TOXY-NIL DRY ...
News published on May 9, 2005:
We welcome Trilogy Analytical Laboratory, the leader in providing analytical excellence in the detection of mycotoxins for safe food & feed products, for joining our community.
Trilogy Analytical Laboratory ...
News published on April 19, 2005:
Slicing away at contamination risk in fruit, Scottish scientists overcome obstacles to design a rapid test for the detection of the harmful mycotoxin patulin that occurs in naturally occurring moulds.
News published on March 11, 2005:
Rich, crunchy walnuts are always delicious, whether sprinkled on top of a waffle at breakfast, added to brownies you've whipped up for an after-lunch treat, or tossed with a crisp green salad for dinner. Walnut...
News published on February 22, 2005:
Feeding trials conducted at the University of Manitoba have confirmed pearling as an effective way to remove mycotoxins from fusarium infected barley and boost digestible energy content.
Using a commercial ...
Manitoba Pork Council
News published on February 14, 2005:
In a move that could help the US grain market make more informed decisions about the grain being bought and sold, USDA Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration (GIPSA) last week announced it veri...