Identification of Different Meat Species by the Agilent Fish ID Solution on the Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer
28 Apr 2014

In food processing plants, a large number of various ingredients originating from different animal species are used as part of the production process. Sometimes this is done on the same production line. The Agilent Fish ID solution was developed to identify the species of fishes from food samples of different processing levels. This application note investigates its abilities to detect the presence of non-fish species, specifically mammalian or avian DNA originating from dairy products or meat.

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