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Salmonella rapid detection | Listeria spp rapid detection | Listeria monocytogenes detection | E.coli O157:H7 detection | Campylobacter spp detection | Staphyloccocal enterotoxins A to E detection
With VIDAS, we offer you a high performance solution for your food pathogen detection operations.
For the past 20 years, bioMérieux has been committed to the continuous development of pathogen detection tests to fulfill the needs of food industries while ensuring food safety. For the first time VIDAS UP proposes extremely fast and simplified protocols, combined with the reliability that VIDAS is known for. These protocols were created using the cutting-edge recombinant phage protein technology
VIDAS detection Kits for Foodborne pathogens rapid detection
VIDAS UP Salmonella(SPT)
ISO 16140 and AOAC OMA
VIDAS UP Listeria(LPT)
VIDAS Listeria (LIS)
VIDAS L. monocytogenesXpress (LMX)
VIDAS L. monocytogenes 2(LM02)
VIDAS Listeria DUO(LDUO)
ISO 16140 and AOAC PTM
VIDAS UP E. coli O157(including H7) (ECPT)
VIDAS Campylobacter (CAM)
VIDAS StaphylococcalEnterotoxins 2 (SET 2)
With a computer, printer and most importantly an analytical module that can automatically perform up to 30 tests per hour simultaneously, the VIDAS system processes all stages of analysis, using the Enzyme Linked Fluorescent Assay (ELFA) technology.Automated from sample insertion to results, with ready-to-use kits and reduced manipulations, the results generated by VIDAS are objective, and full traceability is ensured
More info on VIDAS UP webpage
Our range includes a standard VIDAS instrument and a smaller miniVIDAS apparatus.
This compact version of the VIDAS system includes built-in computer, keyboard and printer.With two independent sections each accepting 6 tests, it can process up to 12 samples simultaneously.
Choose the solution that will fit your needs among our VIDAS range:
Evaluation of VIDAS® Salmonella (SLM) Immunoassay Method with Rappaport-Vassiliadis (RV) Medium for Detection of Salmonella in Foods: Collaborative Study. Authors: Wendy A. McMahon, Ann M. Schultz and Ronald L. Johnson. Page start: 867
Evaluation of the VIDAS® Listeria (LIS) Immunoassay for the Detection of Listeria in Foods Using Demi-Fraser and Fraser Enrichment Broths, as Modification of AOAC Official Method 999.06 (AOAC Official Method 2004.06). Authors: Karen M. Silbernagel, Robert P. Jechorek, Amanda L. Kaufer and Ronald L. Johnson. Page start: 750
VIDAS® Enzyme-Linked Immunofluorescent Assay for Detection of Listeria in Foods: Collaborative Study. Authors: Vidhya Gangar, Michael S. Curiale, Armando D'Onorio, Ann Schultz, Ronald L. Johnson and Vincent Atrache. Page start: 903
Evaluation of VIDAS Listeria monocytogenes II (LMO2) Immunoassay Method for the Detection of Listeria monocytogenes in Foods: Collaborative Study. Authors: Karen M. Silbernagel, Charles N. Carver, Robert P. Jechorek and Ronald L. Johnson. Page start: 1123
A comparison study of the VIDAS Listeria Species Xpress (LSX) with Ottaviani Agosti Agar (OAA) Method to the USDA/FSIS and AOAC Official Methods for the specific detection of Listeria Species in meat and dairy products. Poster presented at IAFP 2006, 93rd annual meeting, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. August 15, 2006
VIDAS Staphylococcal EnterotoxinII (SET2) Pre-collaborative Study Report: AOAC Performance Tested MethodSM. Ann M. Schultz, Wendy A. McMahon, Victoria A. Aleo, Silliker, Inc., and Ronald L. Johnson,bioMérieux, Inc. AOAC International Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, September 22, 2004
VIDAS® E. coli O157 (ECO) and O157:H7 Plate Method Pre-collaborative Study Report: AOAC Performance Tested MethodSM. RONALD L. JOHNSON, bioMérieux, Inc. and Wendy A. McMahon, Silliker, Inc. AOAC International Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, September 22, 2004
Detection of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in heifers' faecal samples using an automated immunoconcentration system. Vernozy-Rozand C; Feng P; Montet M P; Ray-Gueniot S; Villard L; Bavai C; Meyrand A; Mazuy C; Atrache V. Letters in applied microbiology 2000;30(3):217-22.
Immunoconcentration of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli O157 from animal faeces and raw meats by using Dynabeads anti-E. coli O157 and the VIDAS system. M. Aminul Islam, Annet E. Heuvelink, Kaisar A. Talukder and Enne de Boer. International Journal of Food Microbiology January 7, 2006.
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