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CERTUS System for Rapid Pathogen Detection Receives AOAC Performance Tested℠ Certification

By October 22, 2018Reports

The AOAC Research Institute hereby certifies the performance of the test kit known as: CERTUS™ Environmental Listeria species Detection Kit manufactured by CERTUS.

This method has been evaluated in the AOAC Performance Tested Methods Program, and found to perform as stated by the manufacturer contingent to the comments contained in the manuscript. This certificate means that an AOAC Certification Mark License Agreement has been executed which authorizes the manufacturer to display the AOAC Performance Tested SM certification mark along with the statement ‐ “THIS METHOD’S PERFORMANCE WAS REVIEWED BY AOAC RESEARCH INSTITUTE AND WAS FOUND TO PERFORM TO THE MANUFACTURER’S SPECIFICATIONS” ‐ on the above mentioned method for a period of one calendar year from the date of this certificate (October 16, 2018 – December 31, 2019).

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