3M

Stand A17

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LE11 1EP Leicestershire
United Kingdom
www.3m.com/foodsafety

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Every day, across the globe, trusted solutions from 3M are helping food industry professionals succeed in achieving the highest food safety standards possible. We develop, manufacture and market reliable products that cover a broad spectrum of testing needs:

• Advanced Pathogen & Toxin Detection
• Convenient Indicator Organism Testing
• High quality Sample Handling
• Rapid Hygiene Monitoring & Allergen Control
• Fast, reliable End Product Screening
• Supply chain Product Temperature Monitoring

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3M™ Molecular Detection System

The 3M™ Molecular Detection System is a fast, accurate and easy-to-use pathogen detection system, powered by an innovative combination of two technologies - Isothermal DNA Amplification and Bioluminescence Detection.

The system gives positive results in as early as 15 minutes and negative results in 75 minutes.

www.3m.co.uk/pathogens

Product news

  • 3M unveils innovative technology for rapid detection of foodborne pathogens

    3M’s Food Safety business has launched a fast, accurate and easy-to-use pathogen detection system.
    The new 3M Molecular Detection System, based on an innovative combination of two technologies - isothermal DNA amplification and ATP bioluminescence - delivers highly sensitive results in a simple format.
    Amplification and detection occur simultaneously and continuously during the exponential phase indicating the presence of target organism DNA in real time, giving positive results in as early as 15-20 minutes and negative results in 75 minutes.
    Individual assays for Salmonella, E. coli O157 (including H7) and Listeria spp are available in easy to distinguish colour coded kits. With ready-made reagents and only one test protocol for all target pathogens, the system is easy to use, allows for multiple pathogen detection during each run and reduces the chance for human error or contamination.
    The technology has been evaluated with a variety of food types, including dairy produce, meats, processed foods, and food processing-related environmental samples.
    Compact and portable with no need for recalibration after moving, the system is versatile and the software can run up to four instruments at a time to increase throughput. The technology avoids the need for complex, costly, high maintenance instrumentation and the system is robust and easy to clean.
    “Food processors and contract labs now have the specificity and sensitivity required for pathogen detection without compromising on productivity,” said Damian Doherty, 3M Food Safety. “The accuracy and time to results of the Molecular Detection System are designed to help technicians make critical decisions faster, whilst protecting brands and ensuring public health.”
    For more details about the new innovation join a free on-demand webcast presented by 3M and Professor Stephen Forsythe of Nottingham Trent University. To view visit www.3m.co.uk/pathogens

    www.3m.co.uk/pathogens

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