NeoSeek is a breakthrough pathogen detection and identification service that provides next day, DNA-specific STEC test results for seven pathogenic Shiga toxin-producing E. coli strains (STECs). A similar service for Salmonella identification is also available.
Features of NeoSeek include:
- STEC confirmation using DNA-specific test results.
- 24-hour turnaround time.
- No colony isolation required.
- ISO 17025 accredited.
Currently, Neogen offers next-day results from enriched samples through our GeneSeek laboratory facilities for seven E. coli strains — O26, O45, O103, O111, O121, O145, and O157.
The NeoSeek technology uses PCR coupled with mass spectrometry-based multiplexing to develop a genetic profile for bacteria in a food sample, and then compares those results with the known genetic makeup of the reference E. coli strains to identify and differentiate the target strains. NeoSeek assays more than 86 specific genetic markers to provide faster results than conventional culture methods.
|Product #||Product Description|
|9287||STEC Shipping Kit — shipping-ready kit for the submission of up to 15 samples for NeoSeek confirmation|
|9288||NeoSeek Sampling Kit — contains vials for the collection and submission of up to 15 samples for NeoSeek confirmation|
BIFSCO 2013 – Comparison of non-O157 Shiga Toxin-producing E. coli Detection Systems Mick Bosilevac, USDA, ARS, US Meat Animal Research Center https://www.bifsco.org/CMDocs/BIFSCO2/13_research_update.pdf
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Summary Tables of No-Objection Letters Issued by FSIS for Non-O157 STEC Test Methods http://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsis/topics/regulatory-compliance/New-Technologies/summary-table-of-nols-non-O157-stec-test-methods/NOL-non-O157-STEC-+test-methods