IC Caprino

Detects the presence of goat’s milk in just a few minutes. Any operator will be able to analyse milk wherever it is necessary, and the results will be available in real time, uploaded on to the cloud, a mobile device or on location.

 

Want to check that your sheep’s milk isn’t contaminated with goat’s milk?
Need to verify that your cheese is pure sheep cheese?
Do you want to check the milk mixture before it will modify the organoleptic characteristics of your product?

 

HOW DOES IT HELP YOU?

 

The IC Caprino test helps you to easily detect the presence of goat’s milk in sheep’s milk upon arrival at the plant or before the production of your products. You can also carry out checks during milk collection, on the farm or in the truck.
Check the correct cleanliness of tanks and installations to avoid cross-contamination. Just mix a drop of milk with a few drops of the analysis solution and dip the test strip. Thanks to the integration of the IC test on the Test4all platform you will be able to read the strip automatically, receive and store the results on your mobile or tablet in real time and ensure its full traceability.

MATRIX
RAW MILK

CHEESE

MILK SERUM

YOGHURT

PASTEURIZED MILK

APPLICATIONS AND USERS
TANK

MILK TRUCK

PLANT

ASSAY PROCEDURE

1. Mixt:

Sample and Dilution solution.

2. Wait:

From 3 to 10 min.

3. Results:

Visual (positive & negative or qualitative) IRIS reader (quantitative)

Video name

1. Dilución de la muestra:

Aplicar muestra/patrón. Incubación.

2. Conjugado:

Incubación

3. Results:

Lectura fotométrica a 450nm

TEST PRINCIPLE

Rapid immunochromatographic test based on the detection of caprine (IgG) immunoglobulins G by specific antibodies.

TECHNICAL DATA

  • Range of detection: 0,25 %
  • Limit of detection: from 0,25% up to 100%
  • Assay time: 3-10 minutes.
  • Objective reading: Visual and objective reading with the IRIS reader.

 

Validations:

Internal validation following the AOAC guidelines:
Appendix F: Guidelines for Standard Method Performance Requirements. Official Methods of Analysis (2016), AOAC INTERNATIONAL, Rockville, MD, USA (www.eoma.aoac.org)
Appendix N: ISPAM Guidelines for Validation of Qualitative Binary Chemistry Methods. AOAC (2013) (www.eoma.aoac.org) Wehling P, LaBudde RA, Brunelle SL, Nelson MT, 2011. Probability of Detection (POD) as a statistical model for the validation of qualitative methods. J AOAC Int 2011, 94:335-347.

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