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Eclipse 4G Test for multiscreening of antibiotics in cow milk used with COMET 50tests

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  • Save up to 35% when compared with DELVOTEST
  • Compatible with COMET Incubator-Reader and Digital Incubator INC-DELVO-12
  • Test 8 Major Antibiotic Groups in under 3hours
  • COMET incubates and reads the Test – sending Test Result to your Phone on Completion
  • Low Cost Incubator comparabe to DELVOTEST Incubator
  • Supplied in box of 25 or 50 tests
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Description

Eclipse 4G Colour Change Antibiotic Milk Test

Colour Change Antibiotic Test - EclipseEclipse Farm 4G & Comet4 Incubator is the first system on the market that allows to carry out an automatic antibiotic screening test and share the results in real-time. Just add a drop of milk into the test tube and Comet4 will automatically run the test in less than 2.5 hours. Regardless of where you are, you will receive the results on your smartphone, your cloud account or your email, always in real-time.

One drop of milk, one minute of your time. For an automatic analysis of more than 50 antibiotic substances and with real-time results wherever you need it to.

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Eclipse TEST PRINCIPLE

ECLIPSE test is based on the growth inhibition of the Geobacillus stearothermophilus bacterium. In a specific culture medium and under suitable conditions, the spores of this bacterium germinate and multiply, acidifying the medium, producing a colour change in the culture medium from blue to yellow. If the milk sample contains an antimicrobial concentration higher than the test detection limit, the bacterial growth is inhibited and therefore the colour change of the medium will not occur.

Do you want to make sure that the milk from your treated cow is free from antibiotics?
Do you need to check that your milk tank, truck tank or silo is free from any antibiotic substance that can interfere with your production?
Can I use transport time to analyse milk before arrival to the plant?

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