The ANSR (Amplified Nucleic Single Temperature Reaction) system incorporates advances in DNA detection technology resulting in a system that is easy to use and provides much faster results than PCR systems. ANSR is designed to address in-plant testing needs and offers the freedom to economically process samples to meet regulatory requirements and ensure food safety.
As an economical, scalable platform with a 10-minute assay for Salmonella and 18-minute assay for Listeria, ANSR is a paradigm shift in rapid pathogen detection. The ANSR technique can be summed up in three simple steps: lyse, incubate and read.
ANSR uses isothermal amplification to create a level of molecular target material that can be detected using fluorescence. The system has exhibited low matrix effects with high sensitivity and provides both positive and negative results in minutes.