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Join us at the Royal College of Physicians next March to hear expert speakers discussing the latest research and developments in methodologies for the detection of microorganisms in water systems.   This new one day conference will feature a range of professionals discussing subjects ranging from: Detection of Legionella bacteria using rapid technologies such as qPCR; including the
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Rapid Detection Research

  • 1 October, 2015
Our team of experts are about to commence a six month research project into rapid detection methods. Working across a number of different sites we will be determining the prevalence of Legionella bacteria in cooling tower samples in the UK, using these new methods of rapid detection. Trial sites have been agreed to assess the application of
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With a recent comprehensive refurbishment, our Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory now has increased analytical capacity. These moves to improve our services and capabilities now mean that we can offer a wider range of assays. Our latest improvements include: New instrumentation: including two new Ion Chromatography (IC) systems and a new Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometer
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Ian Mein, Business Development Director, will be taking to the stand at the upcoming Water Management Society conference to discuss our latest rapid microbiological techniques. This year’s conference, ‘The Rapid Rise of New Microbiological Techniques: Is this the future?’ takes on the subject of this new approach, presenting a number of case studies and opening
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Investment into latest microbiology laboratory methods brings Rapid ID methods for microbiological assays, including 4hr Legionella Testing. In just 4 hours our Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction (qPCR) Legionella testing approach can provide accurate results, a crucial aspect for the ongoing safe operation of vital public facilities. In comparison, culture isolation, the standard method for the quantification of Legionella,
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