The Pocket Diagnostic® Ochratoxin A Rapid Test is a cost-effective competitive lateral flow immunoassay that can be used in multiple testing scenarios for the qualitative screening of Ochratoxin A (OTA) at a detection limit of 50 ppb.
The Pocket Diagnostic® Ochratoxin A Rapid Test can be used to test grains when screening for the presence of OTA.
Cut-off = 50 ppb.
How to use
To learn how to use our Ochratoxin A rapid test please read the instruction sheet by clicking here.
The advantages of using Pocket Diagnostic® Ochratoxin A Rapid Test:
- Cost-effective screening tool
- Results are produced in minutes
- Simple step-by-step lateral flow testing format
- Rapid and accurate results
- Minimal training required
- No cross-reaction with Deoxynivalenol, Zearalenone, T2/HT2, Fumonisin or Aflatoxin.
Prices and Kit options
|Box of 10 rapid tests
|Box of 20 rapid tests
|Box of 40 rapid tests
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- 10, 20 or 40 tests per pack
- Diluent bottle
- Instructions for use
Additional equipment required but not provided
Please read the instructions before using the rapid tests for the detection of Ochratoxin A.
- Test tubes
About Ochratoxin A
Ochratoxin A, or OTA, is a nephrotoxin that can cause acute and chronic conditions in the kidneys of humans and other mammals, as well as have effects on fetal development and the immune system.
OTA is produced by several fungi, including those from the genera Penicillium and Aspergillus and they contaminate a variety of food commodities throughout the world.
Ochratoxin A is known to manifest itself mainly during storage. The growth of OTA can occur as a result of damage to the foodstuffs caused by equipment, physical interactions or insects. The damage caused provides a platform for the fungus to grow and therefore the toxin to be omitted.
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