Idaho Tech Gets AOAC Nod for More Salmonella PCR Test Matrices | GenomeWeb

This article was originally published on April 20.

Idaho Technology said today that two additional matrices for its PCR-based Salmonella test have received Performance Tested Method approval from AOAC International.

Idaho Tech, based in Salt Lake City, Utah, received approval for stainless steel environmental samples and pet food. These join a list of already-approved matrices for use in the company's Salmonella LT kit, run on the RAPID LT Food Security System.

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