Thursday 10th September 2009
Synbiosis is delighted to announce that international food ingredients company, Danisco is using an AutoZone, automated zone measurement system to reproducibly predict the efficacy of Nisaplin®, a natural bacteriocide which inhibits growth of pathogenic and food spoilage Gram positive bacteria in food.
Wednesday 22nd July 2009
Automated colony counter used in modified Ames test to precisely predict the genotoxicity effects of airborne substances.
Friday 17th July 2009
Synbiosis announces that one of the world’s largest WHO pre-qualified vaccine suppliers, Bio Farma in Indonesia is using a ProtoCOL system to speed up the quality testing of its seasonal flu vaccines.
Friday 19th June 2009
ProtoCOL automated colony counter is being used for training and research at a leading food technology centre, the College of Agriculture, Food and Rural Enterprise, (CAFRE) in Northern Ireland to accurately count different bacteria isolated from many food types.
Thursday 11th June 2009
Synbiosis, a world-leading manufacturer of automated microbiological systems, has launched its new ProtoCOL 2 system for rapid, accurate automated colony counting and zone measurement.
Thursday 2nd April 2009
Make analysing the potency of flu vaccines ten times faster with ProtoCOL’s new SRD zone measurement features.
Thursday 19th February 2009
Synbiosis is pleased to announce its ProtoCOL automated colony counter offers new features to guarantee the fastest, most accurate testing of pneumococcal vaccines using an OPKA assay.
Thursday 5th February 2009
Synbiosis announces its ProtoCOL automated colony counter offers new features to exclude food debris from the count. This makes counting faster and more reliable, ensuring microbiologists can easily determine the levels of bacteria or moulds in food earlier, thus avoiding costly product recalls.
Thursday 22nd January 2009
Synbiosis, a world-leading manufacturer of automated microbiological systems, today announced that a top ten pharmaceutical company has chosen to install its tenth ProtoCOL automated colony counting and zone sizing system. The ProtoCOL systems, sited at the company’s vaccine unit in Germany, are being used to speed up testing of new and existing pneumococcal and flu vaccines.
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