We provide testing solutions for the analysis of raw ingredients transformed by the food processing industries.
With Unisensor products, you can detect contaminants in the following raw materials.
The detection of contaminants in food raw ingredients is of great concern for the industry because of the potential interfering, adverse effects or health concerns. Worldwide, State Authorities have consolidated the requirements for residue screening in raw materials. As an example, dairy producers should test their milk for antibiotics.
In order to answer these specific requirements, Unisensor has developed multiplex dipstick assays for the rapid and simultaneous detection of contaminants like :
Fast and accurate results require the use of instrumentation manufactured by Unisensor.
HeatSensor is an incubator ensuring all Unisensor diagnostic tests to receive a fixed incubation temperature no matter what the ambient / operating temperature is. ReadSensor is a hand held instrument for optical measurement of dipsticks. Both HeatSensor and ReadSensor work for all our products.
Flow Cytometer is composed of NovoCyte and NovoSampler. Both instruments are the required companions for the screening of antibiotic families with our Beadyplex kit.
We define our products as technological breakthrough based on:
- Dipstick : Based on several owned patents, all our dipstick tests are rapid, simple, reliable and also user-friendly. This technology shows va-rious color lines in relation to the contamination level found in the sample. Multiplexing is Unisensor’s internationally-recognized specialty, which means detection of various contaminants in a single test.
- Flow Cytometry : New multiplexing and high throughput approach to detect the majority of residues in one single assay. Unisensor provides automatic solution to detect the main antibiotic compounds at concentrations relevant to industries and authorities.
- New Technologies : we have been developing technologies that will revolution the approach of food testing. New technologies such as microfluidic systems, surface plasmon resonance or fluorescence based approaches are continuously investigated by our scientists. Taking part in several international research projects allows us to challenge advantages of new technologies in chemistry and biochemistry domains.