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Bioo Scientific Offers Improved Nitrofuran Screening Kits for Food Samples

Published: Monday, February 11, 2013
Last Updated: Sunday, February 10, 2013
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Analysis of nitrofurans with AHD, SEM, AMOZ and AOZ ELISA kit.

Bioo Scientific’s has dramatically improved the analysis of nitrofurans in feed, fish, shrimp, meat, honey, milk, serum and urine with the line of MaxSignal® ELISAs.

These kits combine the fastest ELISA protocols, with the highest sensitivity (0.025 ppb or below), the broadest range of standards and simplified sample protocols to meet the demanding needs of customers worldwide.

These kits include the MaxSignal® Nitrofurantoin (AHD) ELISA Kit, the MaxSignal® Furaltadone (AMOZ) ELISA Kit, the MaxSignal® Furazolidone (AOZ) ELISA Kit and the MaxSignal® Nitrofurazone (SEM) ELISA Kit.

All of these kits incorporate a single extraction protocol that can be used for testing samples for the detection of nitrofuran antibiotics. This allows our customers to reduce the time and costs associated with sample extraction.

Users can take one sample, perform one extraction and test for AHD, SEM, AMOZ and AOZ.

The MaxSignal Nitrofuran ELISAs are the latest additions to Bioo Scientific’s line of ELISA and strip tests for the detection of antibodies in food and feed samples.

These kits are all manufactured to the international quality standard ISO 9001:2008 (ISO CI#: SARA-2009-CA-0114-02-A).


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