Atlas in Action: Researchers Utilize Atlas System to Identify Salmonella from Texas Beef Cattle Feedlots In Order to Design Food Safety Interventions for Beef.

Posted by Jim Dolan on May 5, 2015 1:33:00 PM

Roka is committed to partnering with the Food Industry to enable the progress of food safety science to meet both current and future demands. Below is an example of how the Atlas System can be incorporated for not only just routine testing but in the development of applicable new tools and strategies to enable these types of practical solutions from concept to market.

Research recently presented by a team of scientists in the Department of Animal Science at Texas A&M University (College Station, TX) reported the presence and identification of differing serotypes of Salmonella enterica recovered from Texas beef cattle feedlots. The team included Matthew Taylor, Ph.D. (Project Leader), Jason Gill, Ph.D., Ashley N. Arnold, Ph.D., Kerri B. Gehring, Ph.D., Jeffrey W. Savell, Ph.D., and Miss Yicheng Xie, Graduate Research Assistant.

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