An Integrated Flow Cytometry-Based System for Real-Time, High Sensitivity Bacterial Detection and Identification

@inproceedings{Buzatu2014AnIF,
  title={An Integrated Flow Cytometry-Based System for Real-Time, High Sensitivity Bacterial Detection and Identification},
  author={Dan A. Buzatu and Ted J. Moskal and Anna L. Williams and Willie Mae Cooper and William B. Mattes and Jon G. Wilkes},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
Foodborne illnesses occur in both industrialized and developing countries, and may be increasing due to rapidly evolving food production practices. Yet some primary tools used to assess food safety are decades, if not centuries, old. To improve the time to result for food safety assessment a sensitive flow cytometer based system to detect microbial contamination was developed. By eliminating background fluorescence and improving signal to noise the assays accurately measure bacterial load or… CONTINUE READING
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