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This poster explores the use of flow cytometry in GFP-tagged Salmonella strains as positive controls for rapid qualitative Salmonella detection testing.

This study seeks to develop and validate a method for identifying and quantifying four bioactive forms of vitamin B12 (adenosylcobalamin, cyanocobalamin, hydroxocobalamin, and methylcobalamin) from dietary ingredients and supplements, as a consensus quality control protocol for dietary supplement labeling and manufacturing.

This study seeks to establish the detectability of Listeria species in probiotic cultures and estimate the sensitivity of detection.

Pathogen detection in foods and environmental samples is a critical element in a food management system. This study set out to compare the robustness of Loop Mediated Amplification (LAMP) with that of PCR as illustrated by the detection threshold of Listeria and Salmonella spiked into culture broths previously incubated with various spices.

Enumeration provides the most basic required information with methodologies evolving to provide improved accuracy, precision, and turnaround times. Acoustic-assisted hydrodynamic flow cytometry incorporates the advance of using sound waves to align the particles in the fluid stream for counting, reducing the time to result.

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