Nems technologies is eager to declare the ongoing production of its examination deal with the creative, ultra- sensitive chemiluminescenc -based innovation for the discovery of Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes has been distributed in the renowned diary Angewandte Chemie.
NEMIS Technologies is developing diagnostic kits and solutions for accelerated microbiological detection in food safety, hospital and clinical applications and water treatment with the potential to set new market standards. NEMIS’ core AquaSpark™ technology allows faster, highly specific, efficacious, easy-to-handle and cost-efficient diagnostic tests. The technology enables highly sensitive chemiluminescence probes for research and diagnostic applications: The AquaSpark™ molecules are 3,000 times brighter than standard commercially available products. This is leading to much faster time-to-results for diagnostic kits incorporating the technology thus reducing effectively important safety risks.
In the diary, a group of researchers from Tel Aviv University (Professor Doron Shabat), The Zürich University of Applied Sciences (Professor Lars Fieseler), Nemis Technologies AG and Biosynth AG have presented another, ultrasensitive, chemiluminescence-based strategy for the immediate recognition of Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes. The examination is titled ‘Ultrasensitive Detection of Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes by Small-particle Chemiluminescence Probes’.
The technique depends on chemiluminescence, the discharge of light coming about because of a concoction procedure. The effortlessness of the tests takes into consideration both enhancement of the microorganisms and their location in a test tube, with no further example readiness and thusly, no regulation lab is required. The chemiluminescence tests have demonstrated to be around multiple times more delicate than traditional fluorescence tests.
Salmonella is the second most common cause of food poisoning after Campylobacter. It has been found in unpasteurised milk, eggs and raw egg products, meat and poultry. It can survive if food is not cooked properly.
Salmonella can grow in food. If a small number of bacteria are present in food, they will multiply unless it is chilled. While Listeria monocytogenes is present all around in the environment. It has also been found in low numbers in many foods. In certain foods, such as soft mould-ripened cheeses and pâtés, it may be present in higher numbers. Eating foods containing high levels of listeria monocytogenes is generally the cause of illness.
This compound starts a substance response that makes the luminescent particle split and transmit an exceptionally extreme green light. Tests with different microscopic organisms exhibited that the test custom fitted to the Listeria test just responds to Listeria monocytogenes, not to other, non-pathogenic, strains of Listeria. The affectability of the test enables first outcomes following six to eight hours and same day identification can be accomplished even with dried microscopic organisms from sustenance industry surface materials, for example, treated steel.
Arnaud Muller, the organization’s CEO, expressed: “Energized by these discoveries; extraordinary cooperation in building up our imaginative innovation. We are sure that our new strategy will be utilized all the more comprehensively to create explicit chemiluminescence tests significant for the recognition of a wide scope of microbes and purpose of-care diagnostics. Extra discovery packs are right under aprogress at Nemis.”