Laser light scattering detects Listeria
Purdue University, W. Lafayette, Ind., and Micro Imaging Technology (MIT), San Clemente, Calif., have entered into a strategic research collaboration to find a faster, cheaper, and easier pathogen test for Listeria and Listeriamonocytogenes in foods using laser light scattering technology. The partnership pairs similar laser light scattering technologies developed independently by each contributor to demonstrate the speed and accuracy of using non-biologi…

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