Artron Agro True Aflatoxin – M1 Rapid Test Kit
The principal of the Artorn Aflatoxin M1 Test is a solid phase competitive inhibition immuno-chromatographic assay, in which aflatoxin M1-BSA competes with Aflatoxin M1 molecules that may possibly be present in milk samples. Sample solutions to be tested will migrate via capillary action toward the test window where the test reaction occurs. A negative specimen produces two distinct color bands, one in the test zone and one in the control zone, the color of the T line is stronger or equal to the C line; a positive specimen produces a lighter T line or the T line is invisible.
To serve as an internal process control, a control band was designed to indicate that the test is performed properly. By utilizing the different antigen/antibody reactions, this control line is always supposed to be seen after completing the test. The absence of a colored control line in the control zone is an indication of an invalid result.
- Do not reuse.
- Do not use it after the expiration date shown on the pouch.
- Do not use it if the pouch seal or its packaging is compromised.
- Do not mix and interchange different specimens.
- Wear protective clothing such as laboratory coats, disposable gloves, and eye protection while handling potentially infectious materials and performing the assay.
- Wash hands thoroughly after finishing the tests.
- Do not eat, drink or smoke in the area where the specimens or kits are being handled.
- Clean up spills thoroughly with appropriate disinfectants.
- Handle all specimens as if they contain infectious agents. Observe established precautions against microbiological hazards throughout testing procedures.
- Dispose of all specimens and used kits in a proper biohazard container. The handling and disposal of hazardous materials should follow local, national, or regional regulations.
- Keep out of children’s reach.