For safer food - BIOTECON Diagnostics: simply builds up trust
BIOTECON Diagnostics is well known as a qualified partner in the field of molecular and microbiology since 1998. We focus on development, production and marketing of PCR-based rapid detection technologies. BIOTECON Diagnostics offers solutions for the food and beverage industry as well as for producers of pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
Pfizer and BIOTECON Diagnostics poster won prize for best poster at the PDA Microbiology Conference! The poster shows the implementation of our microproof real-time PCR solutions for the pharmaceutical industry at Pfizer. Find out more...
X-Tract: Automated Sample Preparation Setup for Pathogen Testing in the Food Market
BIOTECON Diagnostics GmbH and HTI bio-X GmbH start worldwide sales cooperation. Find out more...
Real Time PCR-Test for EHEC
The new foodproof EHEC Screening Kit detects separately the shigatoxin genes stx1 and stx2 plus the intimin gene eae within one single PCR test. Flyer EHEC (download PDF - 128KB)
The first fully-automated solution of sample preparation and PCR setup for routine food analysis
foodproof® GMO 35S Maize Quantification Kit
foodproof® GMO Bt176 Maize Quantification Kit
foodproof® Magnetic Preparation Kit II
Our latest approvals:
BIOTECON Diagnostics receives NordVal approvals for the LightCycler foodproof® Listeria monocytogenes Detection Kit and the LightCycler foodproof® Salmonella Detection Kit
MicroVal (2012) for the LightCycler foodproof® Enterobacteriaceae plus E. sakazakii Detection Kit including the LightCycler foodproof® Salmonella Detection Kit
Our latest press releases:
Automated combination system speeds up testing
BIOTECON Diagnostics receives MicroVal approval for the producers of milk powder based baby food
Our latest publication:
B. Junge: foodproof GMO Screening Kit (35S, NOS, bar, FMV)
A. Martinon, Ultan P.Cronin, Martin G. Wilkinson: Comparison of In-house and Commercial Real-time PCR Systems for the Detection of Enterobacteriaceae and their Evaluation Within an Interlaboratory Study Using Infant Formula Samples, Food Anal. Methods (2011).