lQuicking Antibiotics Residue Test in Honey enables the detection of antibiotics residue in Honey in low detection limit.
lQuicking Antibiotics Residue Test in Honey is a quick and easy testing tool that can be performed in just 15 minutes.
lQuicking Antibiotics Residue Test in Honey can be stored for 12 months at room temperature, between 2 and 30°C.
Take Tetracycline Test as example.
- 10×foil pouches each containing one cassette and a desiccant
- 10×assay buffer (0.75 mL each)
- 1×plastic canister contained 10 microwells and a desiccant
- Products Manual
- Add 0.25 mL of honey sample into an assay buffer tube and mix well. If there is crystal, thaw the sample in a water bath (60-80°C) beforehand.
- Take out the microwells strip from the plastic canister. Take one well and tear off the film.
- Suck 0.2 mL of the extract into the well with another pipette (the reticle level is 0.2 mL content). Repeatedly suck and extrude the sample until all red reagents are completely dissolved. Wait for 1 min.
- Take out the cassette from the foil pouch and place it horizontally.
- Suck the mixture in the well and gradually drop 3 drops into the assay sample hole “S”.
- Interpret the result in 10-15 min. Result after 15 min is considered as invalid.
Interpretation of results
Positive: Only one clear band in C zone indicates a positive result. If a vague T band can be seen but apparently weaker than C band, we also consider it as a positive result. Positive shows that the concentration of Tetracycline is above 20 ppb (ng/mL) in the sample.
Negative: The presence of both clear bands in C zone and T zone. (T band is close to or stronger than C band.)
Quicking Biotech Co., Ltd is a rising company established in 2006 in Shanghai, China. We dedicate to developing rapid test diagnostic tools for companion animals, farm animals, food safety, and medical detection. Currently, we have two main product line, RAPID TEST Kit and ELISA kit. We have full range of pet diagnostic kits, veterinary diagnostic kits, food safety kits and medical test kits in RAPID TEST format and food safety kits in ELISA format. New products are steadily promoted into t...