New technique allows for faster, more accurate salmonella testing

11/22/2010 | Science Blog

Researchers with the University of Missouri have developed a method to test for salmonella in eggs and poultry, and say it is more accurate and faster than available tests. The new method uses polymerase chain reaction to reduce the testing time to just five to 12 hours, and a dye to distinguish between live and dead salmonella cells.

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