Detection and Enumeration of Campylobacter spp. in Food & Environmental Samples According to International Standards

Campylobacter spp. is a leading human pathogen worldwide that causes the foodborne illness Campylobacteriosis. The testing workflow is regulated by international organizations to ensure consumer safety. But how can you stay compliant with these regulatory standards and ensure the most accurate results?

Watch our 20-minute talk to learn about the foods and conditions that can cause Campylobacteriosis and the international standards that regulate the detection and enumeration of Campylobacter. We will guide you through the testing workflow according to ISO 10272, FDA-BAM and USDA-FSIS, and show you how we make the regulatory compliance of our testing solutions transparent.

Andreas BuberPresenter: Dr. Andreas Bubert

Andreas Bubert has a PhD in molecular microbiology and over 20 years’ experience in the food and beverage industry in our company. He is a member of AOAC RI Advisory Council, German VAAM and has authored over 40 publications.

 

 

Product description Cat. No. Pack size
GranuCult® BOLTON Broth (Base) acc. ISO 10272 100068 500g
Bolton Broth Selective Supplement 100079 10 vials
GranuCult® mCCD (Modified Charcoal Cefoperazone Deoxycholate) Agar (Base) acc. ISO 10272 100070 500 g
CCDA Selective Supplement 100071 10 vials
GranuCult® Buffered Peptone Water acc. ISO 6579, ISO 21528, ISO 22964, FDA-BAM and EP 107228 500 g
Columbia agar (base) 110455 500 g
Anaerobic jar 113829 10x
Anaerocult® C (for anerobic jar; gas atmosphere suitable for Campylobacter) 116275 25 tests
Anaerocult® C mini (for 1-2 petri dishes per 1 bag; gas atmosphere suitable for Campylobacter) 113682 25 tests + 25 special incubation bags
Anaeroclip® 114226 1 x 25
Plate basket 107040 1 ea
Bactident Oxidase 113300 50 tests
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