Finding a Needle in Haystack: Why Sample Concentration is Important Prior to Rapid Detection

By Dr. Matthew D. Moore, Sloane Stoufer, Anand Soorneedi

One of the most exciting areas of research in the realm of food safety has been the development of many rapid, culture-free detection techniques and technologies. There are now numerous types of detection technologies for pathogens in foods and food processing environments that potentially offer portability, rapidity, and analytical sensitivity. With increasing pressure on the food supply and resulting costs in food production and service environments, rapid detection technologies remain of crucial importance.

Dangerous Needles in Tasty Haystacks

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