Aflatoxin rapid test kit

About Aflatoxins

Aflatoxins are among the most potent fungal toxins to affect crops grown in warm and dry ambient conditions. Most countries have established regulations to protect consumers from the harmful effects of aflatoxin intake. Such maximum levels are set for many agricultural commodities such as grains, grain by-products, feed and milk products. Aflatoxin B1 is the most toxic of all aflatoxins.

Camtech rapid test kit

Camtech’s Aflatoxin test kit can accurately detect and measure Aflatoxin B1 at levels as low as 1 ppb and as high as 50 ppb. The kit allows a rapid analysis of a wide range of food and feed samples with assay times of 5-10 minutes. The test kits are available in a qualitative or quantitative format. While qualitative LFDs can be read visually, quantitative tests are used with the portable reader, to provide objective results and secure a consistent documentation. The single dilution sample preparation procedure saves time and materials, and the test takes 5-10 minutes to develop. Digital readings are clearly displayed on the screen of the Camtech Flow Reader, eliminating any guesswork about the results. The test kits come complete with the strips, reagents and buffers.

Features

  • 5-10min detection time
  • Down to 1-2 ppb detection limit range
  • Easy-to-use anytime anywhere
  • Suitable for QA, QC, audit and inspections
  • Can be customize according to customer’s needs

 Benefits to users:

  • Help stop further Aflatoxin contamination during processing
  • Reliable supply chain tracing
  • Product confidence and brand protection
  • Compliance to Food Safety standards and regulations

Supplies required

Instruments: Homogenizer/Vortex, Centrifuge, Micropipette, Balance (sensibility 0.01 g)

High-precision micropipette: Single channel (20-200 μL, 100-1000 μL)

Reagents: Solution A and Solution B

Storage

Store at room temperature with dry condition (Humidity 20-30%).

Valid Period: 1 year, production date is on the packing box.

About Aflatoxins

Aflatoxins are among the most potent fungal toxins to affect crops grown in warm and dry ambient conditions. Most countries have established regulations to protect consumers from the harmful effects of aflatoxin intake. Such maximum levels are set for many agricultural commodities such as grains, grain by-products, feed and milk products. Separate regulations exist for total aflatoxin (aflatoxin B1, B2, G1, G2), aflatoxin B1 and aflatoxin M1.