CapScan – Chloramphenicol in milk
CapScan detects the presence of chloramphenicol in milk in a one-step assay of 6 minutes. Any operator will be able to analyse the milk and results will be available in real-time in the cloud, on the mobile phone or at the processing plant with the help of IRIS reader.
Chloramphenicol (CAP) is a toxic substance for human health, and detection of CAP residues in milk is necessary. However, most of the traditional CAP detection methods including high performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (HPLC-MS) and enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) are time-consuming and complicated.
HOW DOES IT HELP YOU?
CapScan helps you to identify in a simple way and in just 6 minutes if the milk tank is contaminated with chloramphenicol upon arrival at the plant. Once the operator runs the test at the reception, or even on the truck, the results will be automatically received in-real time allowing to make quick decisions.
CapScan analysis at the farm helps you avoid industry penalties. Just by adding the milk you can control the tank in a few minutes before it is collected. In addition, the automatic reading of results with the IRIS reader will allow you to share them with the personnel at the processing plant and so, to guarantee your milk quality .