ELISA TEST KITS OtaREAD & AflaREAD
aFLatoxin and oChratoxin eLisa test Kits
The contamination of food and feed is a worldwide problem. under inappropriate storage conditions fungi will produce secondary metabolites like mycotoxins, which often render con- sumption or further processing impossible. Because of the toxic and hazardous characteristics, resulting in strict regulations, analysis needs to be extremely effective, sensitive and reliable.
The elisa test kits from lctech otaRead and aflaRead met and exceed all regulatory requirements. otaRead quantitatively detects ochratoxin a and aflaReadtm quantitatively detects aflatoxin B1. the immunological test procedure is based on antibody-antigen recognition and enzymatic color reaction. it leads to a reliable result after a short incubation period and per-forms quick and sensitive screening of a variety of food products like rice, maize, cocoa, coffee, peanut butter, beer, wine, liquorice and animal feed.
AflaRead has an extremely low detection limit of 0.1 ppb unattainable by similar screening products. this makes it possible to perform a reliable screening of food products with very strict regulations like baby food. due to this excellent sensitivity interfering matrix effects can be significantly reduced by simple dilution.
OtaRead and aflaRead kits are delivered ready-to-use and can directly be used for screening sample extracts without further pre-treatment. these kits consists of a shrink-wrapped, coated elisa plate, the standard solutions and all necessary reagents and a comprehensive manual to guide you through the effective and easy analysis.
AFLAREAD AFLATOXIN B1
The detection maximum is 25 ppb, for higher concentrations the sample is diluted in the run-up to the analysis.
Representative test of a standard , with exemplary limits in accordance with EU regulations.
otaread oChratoxin a
The lctech elisa kit has a detection limit of 5 ppb and thus is a very sensitive method. the detection maximum is 75 ppb, for higher concentrations the sample is diluted in the run-up to the analysis.
Representative test of a standard, with exemplary limits in accordance with Eu regulations.