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Guidelines for Harmonisation, Standardisation and Validation of Molecular Methods in Food Microbiology

Video   May 04, 2016

 

Harmonization describes a process of synchronising various test strategies and protocols. With so many different methods and testing procedures in the published literature, it can be a daunting process to choose the most appropriate method for certain food microbiology analysis requirements. This presentation will highlight the processes involved in harmonising and standardising a method, using well founded principles and case studies.

 
 
 
 

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