FDA and Agilent collaborate on food-safety technology

03/20/2012 | Food Business Review

Agilent Technologies signed a cooperative agreement with the FDA to develop a genotyping-assay panel that would enable food-safety officials to quickly track the source of salmonella contamination and potentially contain the spread of illness during an outbreak. The second stage of the project will focus on enhancing Agilent's DNA-based fish-species analyzer, which can be used for detecting problems such as deliberate mislabeling.

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