From hazard analysis to risk control using rapid methods in microbiology: A practical approach for the food industry

From hazard analysis to risk control using rapid methods in microbiology: A practical approach for the food industry

The prevention of foodborne diseases is one of the main objectives of the health authorities. For this purpose, analytical techniques for detecting and / or quantifying the microbiological contamination of food prior to release on the market are required. The management and control of pathogens of food origin have generally been based on conventional detection methodologies, which do not only consume a lot of time and labor, but also involve high consumer material costs. However, this management perspective has changed over time that the food industry requires effective analytical methods that achieve quick results.

This review covers the historical context of traditional methods and their passage in the latest developments of rapid methods and their implementation in the food sector. Improvements and limitations in the detection of the most relevant pathogens are discussed from a perspective applicable to the current situation in the food industry. Given the efforts and recent developments, fast and accurate methods already used in the food industry will also be affordable and portable and provide connectivity in the near future, which improves decision-making and safety throughout the chain Food. A retrospective epidemiological study describing the characteristics, the incidence rates (IR) and the microbiological etiology of the SCAP in Central Australia.

Adult Patients Admitted to Alice Springs Hospital Intensive Care Unit (ICU) between 2011-2014 which has been included the IDSA / ATS definition of the SCAP. Medical records have been examined and compared between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal patients. Primary results were an incidence rate and microbiological etiology of SCAP. Secondary results were 30 days mortality and a residence time of the ICU and the hospital (LOS).

 

Plancostomycetes as bacteria associated with the host: a perspective that keeps the promise of their future isolates, imitating their aboriginal environmental niches in clinical microbiology laboratories

 

Traditionally recognized as environmental bacteria, plancostomycetes have recently been linked to human pathology as opportunistic pathogens, providing great interest to clinical microbiologists. However, the absence of appropriate culture media limits our future surveys because no plackctomyte has ever been isolated from patient specimens despite multiple attempts. Several plancostomycetes have no cultivable members and are recognized only by detecting and analyzing the sequence of the arrn genes. Cultivated representatives are tedious slow growth bacteria and most of the time culture on synthetic media.

As a result, the provision of environmental and nutritional conditions such as those existing in natural habitat in natural habitat where non-skin / refractory bacteria can be detected could be an option for their potential isolation. As a result, we have systematically examined the different natural plancostomycete habitats, to examine their nutritional requirements, the physicochemical characteristics of their natural ecological niches, the current methods of cultivation of plackcetes and gaps, from a perspective of data collection. to optimize the conditions and the culture protocols of these tedious bacteria.

Plancptomycetes are prevalent in freshwater, seawater and terrestrial environments, mainly associated with particles or organisms such as macroalgae, marine sponges and lichens, depending on the species and polysaccharides metabolizable by their sulfatasis. Most plancostomycetes are developing in poor nutrient oligotrophic environments with a pH ranging from 3.4 to 11, but some strains can also develop in media rich in nutrients such as M600 / M14. In addition, a variation in seasonality of abundance is observed and flowering occurs in the summer-early autumn, correlated with strong algae growth in marine environments. Most placalcètes are mesophilic, but with some plancostomycetes being thermophilic (50 ° C to 60 ° C).

 From hazard analysis to risk control using rapid methods in microbiology: A practical approach for the food industry
From hazard analysis to risk control using rapid methods in microbiology: A practical approach for the food industry

Mini Review: Clinical Routine Microbiology in the Era of Digital Automation and Health

 

Clinical microbiology laboratories are the first line of infectious disease and antibiotic resistance, including new emerging. Although most clinical laboratories are still based on conventional methods, a cascade of technological change, driven by digital imaging and high-speed sequencing, will revolutionize clinical diagnostics management for direct detection of bacteria and susceptibility testing. rapid antimicrobial. IMPORTANT, such technological advances occur in the golden age of machines learning where computers do not act more passively in the mining of data, but once trained, can also help doctors take Decisions on the optimal diagnosis and administration of treatment.

The additional physical integration potential of new technologies in an automation chain, associated with the software to the automatic learning of data analyzes, is seduced and lead to faster management of infectious diseases. However, if, on the one hand, the technological advancement would have a better performance than conventional methods, on the other side, this evolution disputes clinicians in terms of data interpretation and impact on the whole of the Organization and management of the staff of the hospital.

ELISA kit for Mouse Histamine

KTE71604-48T 48T
EUR 354
Description: Quantitative sandwich ELISA for measuring Mouse Histamine in samples from cell culture supernatants, serum, whole blood, plasma and other biological fluids.

ELISA kit for Mouse Histamine

KTE71604-5platesof96wells 5 plates of 96 wells
EUR 2252
Description: Quantitative sandwich ELISA for measuring Mouse Histamine in samples from cell culture supernatants, serum, whole blood, plasma and other biological fluids.

ELISA kit for Mouse Histamine

KTE71604-96T 96T
EUR 572
Description: Quantitative sandwich ELISA for measuring Mouse Histamine in samples from cell culture supernatants, serum, whole blood, plasma and other biological fluids.

ELISA kit for Rat Histamine

KTE101102-48T 48T
EUR 354
Description: Quantitative sandwich ELISA for measuring Rat Histamine in samples from cell culture supernatants, serum, whole blood, plasma and other biological fluids.

ELISA kit for Rat Histamine

KTE101102-5platesof96wells 5 plates of 96 wells
EUR 2252
Description: Quantitative sandwich ELISA for measuring Rat Histamine in samples from cell culture supernatants, serum, whole blood, plasma and other biological fluids.

ELISA kit for Human Histamine

KTE62938-48T 48T
EUR 354
Description: Quantitative sandwich ELISA for measuring Human Histamine in samples from cell culture supernatants, serum, whole blood, plasma and other biological fluids.

ELISA kit for Human Histamine

KTE62938-5platesof96wells 5 plates of 96 wells
EUR 2252
Description: Quantitative sandwich ELISA for measuring Human Histamine in samples from cell culture supernatants, serum, whole blood, plasma and other biological fluids.

ELISA kit for Human Histamine

KTE62938-96T 96T
EUR 572
Description: Quantitative sandwich ELISA for measuring Human Histamine in samples from cell culture supernatants, serum, whole blood, plasma and other biological fluids.

ELISA kit for Rat Histamine

KTE101102-96T 96T
EUR 572
Description: Quantitative sandwich ELISA for measuring Rat Histamine in samples from cell culture supernatants, serum, whole blood, plasma and other biological fluids.

ELISA kit for HIS (Histamine)

E-EL-0032 1 plate of 96 wells
EUR 377
Description: A competitive ELISA kit for quantitative measurement of HIS (Histamine) in samples from Serum, Plasma, Cell supernatant

ELISA kit for General Histamine

EK2448 96 tests
EUR 603
Description: Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay kit for quantification of General Histamine in samples from serum, plasma, tissue homogenates and other biological fluids.

Histamine

HB0500 1g
EUR 126.56

Histamine

HY-B1204 10mM/1mL
EUR 126

Histamine

RA22939 100 ul
EUR 409

Histamine

20-abx182483
  • EUR 829.00
  • EUR 258.00
  • EUR 551.00
  • 10 g
  • 1 g
  • 5 g

ELISA kit for General HA (Histamine)

ELK7869 1 plate of 96 wells
EUR 372
Description: A competitive Inhibition ELISA kit for detection of Histamine from General in samples from blood, serum, plasma, cell culture fluid and other biological fluids.

ELISA kit for General HA (Histamine)

ELK8094 1 plate of 96 wells
EUR 372
Description: A competitive Inhibition ELISA kit for detection of Histamine from General in samples from blood, serum, plasma, cell culture fluid and other biological fluids.

Histamine (phosphate)

HY-A0129 1g
EUR 119

Histamine diphosphate

HB0502 5g
EUR 63.92

Histamine (BSA)

20-abx165751
  • EUR 551.00
  • EUR 244.00
  • EUR 1595.00
  • EUR 648.00
  • EUR 411.00
  • 100 ug
  • 10 ug
  • 1 mg
  • 200 ug
  • 50 ug

Histamine (OVA)

20-abx165752
  • EUR 551.00
  • EUR 244.00
  • EUR 1595.00
  • EUR 648.00
  • EUR 411.00
  • 100 ug
  • 10 ug
  • 1 mg
  • 200 ug
  • 50 ug

Histamine 2HCl

B1561-5.1 10 mM (in 1mL DMSO)
EUR 108
Description: Histamine is an organic nitrogen compound, acts on target cells in mammalian brain via stimulation of Histamine 1/2.

Histamine 2HCl

B1561-50 50 mg
EUR 128
Description: Histamine is an organic nitrogen compound, acts on target cells in mammalian brain via stimulation of Histamine 1/2.

Histamine 2HCl

B1561-S Evaluation Sample
EUR 81
Description: Histamine is an organic nitrogen compound, acts on target cells in mammalian brain via stimulation of Histamine 1/2.

Histamine Phosphate

B1770-5.1 10 mM (in 1mL DMSO)
EUR 108
Description: Histamine acts directly on the blood vessels to dilate arteries and capillaries mediated by both H 1- and H 2-receptors.

Histamine Phosphate

B1770-50 50 mg
EUR 128
Description: Histamine acts directly on the blood vessels to dilate arteries and capillaries mediated by both H 1- and H 2-receptors.

Histamine-BSA

80-1460 1 mg
EUR 349
Description: BSA conjugated Histamine Hapten

Histamine-OVA

80-1461 1 mg
EUR 349
Description: OVA conjugated Histamine Hapten

Histamine-OVA

80-1462 1 mg
EUR 349
Description: OVA conjugated Histamine Hapten

Histamine antibody

20R-HR017 50 uL
EUR 918
Description: Rabbit polyclonal Histamine antibody

Histamine antibody

PAab09932 100 ug
EUR 386

Puromycin Dihydrochloride

P001-1G 1 g
EUR 504

Puromycin Dihydrochloride

P001-250MG 250 mg
EUR 160

Puromycin Dihydrochloride

P001-500MG 500 mg
EUR 285

Putrescine Dihydrochloride

P103-100G 100 g
EUR 157

Putrescine Dihydrochloride

P103-25G 25 g
EUR 56

Latrepirdine (dihydrochloride)

HY-14537 10mM/1mL
EUR 113

Inolitazone (dihydrochloride)

HY-14792B 5mg
EUR 544

Bavisant (dihydrochloride)

HY-14880A 5mg
EUR 326

Mirodenafil (dihydrochloride)

HY-14930A 50mg
EUR 2116

SCH79797 (dihydrochloride)

HY-14994 10mg
EUR 1175

Ipatasertib dihydrochloride

HY-15186A 50mg
EUR 383

GW791343 (dihydrochloride)

HY-15469 5mg
EUR 147

Merestinib dihydrochloride

HY-15514A 10mg
EUR 354

Mibefradil (dihydrochloride)

HY-15553A 10mg
EUR 259

Ceritinib dihydrochloride

HY-15656A 5mg
EUR 108

CRT0066101 dihydrochloride

HY-15698A 25mg
EUR 463

Flupentixol dihydrochloride

HY-15856B 10mg
EUR 131

TMB (dihydrochloride)

HY-15930A 10mM/1mL
EUR 113

Eravacycline (dihydrochloride)

HY-16980A 10mM/1mL
EUR 146

Pirenzepine (dihydrochloride)

HY-17037 500mg
EUR 160

Cetirizine (dihydrochloride)

HY-17042A 10mM/1mL
EUR 126

Pramipexole (dihydrochloride)

HY-17355 10mg
EUR 119

Dexpramipexole (dihydrochloride)

HY-17355A 10mg
EUR 153

Ranolazine (dihydrochloride)

HY-17401 10mM/1mL
EUR 156

Manidipine (dihydrochloride)

HY-17403 10mM/1mL
EUR 134

Prexasertib (dihydrochloride)

HY-18174A 100mg
EUR 1083

Azimilide (Dihydrochloride)

HY-18600A 100mg
EUR 1083

1400W (Dihydrochloride)

HY-18731 10mM/1mL
EUR 126

MS023 (dihydrochloride)

HY-19615B 100mg
EUR 911

DG172 (dihydrochloride)

HY-19737A 50mg
EUR 587

Elacestrant (dihydrochloride)

HY-19822A 10mM/1mL
EUR 613

Talipexole dihydrochloride

HY-A0008 10mM/1mL
EUR 179

Decloxizine (dihydrochloride)

HY-A0075 100mg
EUR 243

Fluphenazine (dihydrochloride)

HY-A0081 100mg
EUR 133

Sapropterin (dihydrochloride)

HY-A0124A 100mg
EUR 243

Mizolastine (dihydrochloride)

HY-B0164A 100mg
EUR 194

Meclizine (dihydrochloride)

HY-B0349 10mM/1mL
EUR 126

Flunarizine (dihydrochloride)

HY-B0358A 500mg
EUR 139

Spectinomycin (dihydrochloride)

HY-B0438 5g
EUR 153

Betahistine (dihydrochloride)

HY-B0524A 10mM/1mL
EUR 113

Trifluoperazine (dihydrochloride)

HY-B0532A 10mM/1mL
EUR 126

Ethambutol (dihydrochloride)

HY-B0535A 1g
EUR 119

Pentamidine (dihydrochloride)

HY-B0537A 50mg
EUR 340

Hydroxyzine (dihydrochloride)

HY-B0548A 500mg
EUR 133

Hematoporphyrin (dihydrochloride)

HY-B0754A 100mg
EUR 133

Lomerizine dihydrochloride

HY-B0768A 50mg
EUR 131

Canertinib (dihydrochloride)

HY-10367A 10mM/1mL
EUR 126

Daclatasvir (dihydrochloride)

HY-10465 100mg
EUR 153

JDTic (dihydrochloride)

HY-10487 50mg
EUR 1251

Lexibulin (dihydrochloride)

HY-10498A 5mg
EUR 181

Liarozole (dihydrochloride)

HY-106019C 1mg
EUR 160

Nolatrexed dihydrochloride

HY-108474 10mM/1mL
EUR 138

Dianicline (dihydrochloride)

HY-110241 1mg
EUR 124

Lerociclib dihydrochloride

HY-112272A 100mg
EUR 4583

Vatalanib (dihydrochloride)

HY-12018 100mg
EUR 201

AT7867 (dihydrochloride)

HY-12059A 100mg
EUR 1413

GSK369796 Dihydrochloride

HY-12082A 100mg
EUR 1566

GSK3368715 (dihydrochloride)

HY-128717A 10mM/1mL
EUR 549

Vanoxerine (dihydrochloride)

HY-13217 10mM/1mL
EUR 126

Dorsomorphin (dihydrochloride)

HY-13418 100mg
EUR 670

PF429242 (dihydrochloride)

HY-13447A 10mM/1mL
EUR 172

Mitoxantrone (dihydrochloride)

HY-13502A 50mg
EUR 119

Cutamesine dihydrochloride

HY-13510 10mM/1mL
EUR 230

Banoxantrone (dihydrochloride)

HY-13562A 10mg
EUR 243

Quinacrine (dihydrochloride)

HY-13735A 500mg
EUR 160

Sardomozide dihydrochloride

HY-13746B 10mM/1mL
EUR 226

MRT68921 (dihydrochloride)

HY-100006A 10mM/1mL
EUR 141

Dilazep (dihydrochloride)

HY-100957 10mM/1mL
EUR 196

ZK756326 (dihydrochloride)

HY-101038A 100mg
EUR 725

Veliparib (dihydrochloride)

HY-10130 200mg
EUR 766

PAβN (dihydrochloride)

HY-101444A 10mM/1mL
EUR 129

IT1t (dihydrochloride)

HY-101458A 10mg
EUR 257

Lesopitron (dihydrochloride)

HY-101609 20mg
EUR 2530

UAMC00039 (dihydrochloride)

HY-101769 10mM/1mL
EUR 166

Tirbanibulin (dihydrochloride)

HY-10340A 50mg
EUR 698

LCL521 dihydrochloride

HY-103593A 10mg
EUR 681

Berbamine (dihydrochloride)

HY-N0714A 10mM/1mL
EUR 126

(-)-Cephaeline (dihydrochloride)

HY-N2260 5mg
EUR 340

JPH203 Dihydrochloride

HY-U00445 100mg
EUR 946

Levocetirizine (dihydrochloride)

HY-W010841 25mg
EUR 160

Netropsin (dihydrochloride)

HY-N6800A 1mg
EUR 187

Minaprine (dihydrochloride)

HY-B0884A 10mM/1mL
EUR 126

Pyrithioxin (dihydrochloride)

HY-B0910A 10mM/1mL
EUR 126

Trimetazidine (dihydrochloride)

HY-B0968 50mg
EUR 160

Tilorone (dihydrochloride)

HY-B1080 10mM/1mL
EUR 141

Chlorhexidine (dihydrochloride)

HY-B1145 100mg
EUR 119

Emetine (dihydrochloride)

HY-B1479A 50mg
EUR 173

Puromycin (Dihydrochloride)

HY-B1743A 50mg
EUR 165

Pyridoxylamine (dihydrochloride)

HY-B1745A 500mg
EUR 108

Octenidine (dihydrochloride)

HY-B2170A 5g
EUR 173

DAPI (dihydrochloride)

HY-D0814 50mg
EUR 366

Ethambutol dihydrochloride

E005-100G 100 g
EUR 424

Ethambutol dihydrochloride

E005-25G 25 g
EUR 143

Naftopidil Dihydrochloride

E1KS1387 25mg
EUR 247

TMB dihydrochloride

TB0514 1g
EUR 70.88

Puromycin dihydrochloride

GA1940-100MG 100 mg
EUR 245

Puromycin dihydrochloride

GA1940-10MG 10 mg
EUR 70

Puromycin dihydrochloride

GA1940-250MG 250 mg
EUR 469

Puromycin dihydrochloride

GA1940-25MG 25 mg
EUR 110

Puromycin dihydrochloride

GA1940-500MG 500 mg
EUR 819

Ethambutol dihydrochloride

GA7275-100G 100 g
EUR 269

Ethambutol dihydrochloride

GA7275-25G 25 g
EUR 94

Ethylenediamine dihydrochloride

GK6724-100G 100 g
EUR 54

Ethylenediamine dihydrochloride

GK6724-250G 250 g
EUR 86

Ethylenediamine dihydrochloride

GK6724-500G 500 g
EUR 118

1400W dihydrochloride

GK6799-100MG 100 mg
EUR 551

1400W dihydrochloride

GK6799-25MG 25 mg
EUR 229

1400W dihydrochloride

GK6799-5MG 5 mg
EUR 114

Hydroxyzine dihydrochloride

GK7844-10G 10 g
EUR 126

Cystamine dihydrochloride

GK9885-100G 100 g
EUR 82

Cystamine dihydrochloride

GK9885-250G 250 g
EUR 142

Cystamine dihydrochloride

GK9885-25G 25 g
EUR 50

SAG dihydrochloride

GL1175-1MG 1 mg
EUR 195

SAG dihydrochloride

GL1175-5MG 5 mg
EUR 574

Trifluoperazine dihydrochloride

GL5164-10G 10 g
EUR 110

Trifluoperazine dihydrochloride

GL5164-25G 25 g
EUR 186

Antipain dihydrochloride

GL6582-25MG 25 mg
EUR 235

Opipramol dihydrochloride

GL4485-100MG 100 mg
EUR 174

Opipramol dihydrochloride

GL4485-1G 1 g
EUR 628

Trifluoperazine dihydrochloride

GL5164-5G 5 g
EUR 78

Antipain dihydrochloride

GL6582-5MG 5 mg
EUR 114

Retigabine dihydrochloride

GP0386-100MG 100 mg
EUR 95

Retigabine dihydrochloride

GP0386-250MG 250 mg
EUR 139

Pirenzepine dihydrochloride

GP0823-1G 1 g
EUR 174

In this mini-examination, we discuss such technological achievements offering practical examples of their operability, but also their limits and potential problems that their implementation could increase in clinical microbiology laboratories.

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