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ISO Releases Flow Cytometry Standard For Dairy Bacteria Quantification

December 22, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
The International Standards Organization (ISO) has released a standard for using flow cytometry to count lactic acid bacteria in fermented products, starter cultures, and probiotics in dairy products. The standard was developed by a scientist at Danish food ingredients provider Chr. Hansen. Flow cytometry is used to assess the quality and stability of cultures and to optimize production processes. The scientist who developed the standard says it provides “a blue stamp of its validity, speeds up quality control and facilitates trade of probiotics and starter cultures.”
"Chr. Hansen scientist spearheads development of new international standard for counting bacteria", News release, Chr. Hansen, December 22, 2015, © Chr. Hansen Holding A/S
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