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Almond Drink residue ELISA kit, 48 tests

The ELISA SYSTEMS Almond Drink Residue assay is an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) that has been specifically designed for the detection of almond drink in other milk or liquid products. This assay is a rapid and reliable test that significantly reduces the time required to screen food products for the presence of almond drink residues.

Brand: Elisa Systems

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The almond (Prunus dulcis L.) belongs to a group of foods commonly referred to as “tree nuts”. In recent years there has been a rise of alternative “milk” drinks made from tree nuts, such as almond. As these drinks contain tree nut proteins, they are still a major cause of food allergy for some consumers. With different types of alternative “milk” drinks often being produced in the same company, there is a risk of cross-contamination of ingredients. This may lead to their presence not being listed on the ingredients label and the possibility of a product recall. Consequently, there is a need for a sensitive and reliable test for the detection of specific almond drink protein in other products.

The ELISA SYSTEMS Almond Drink Residue ELISA uses a specific heat-stable almond protein, which is ideal as an indicator of almond drink protein.

Please note: A special extraction solution is required for samples containing polyphenols, such as dark chocolate, wine, fruit juices, herbs and tannins (product code: ESADDSOL).

Target Protein: Heat-stable Almond Protein

Kit Range (ppm): 0.4 - 4.0 Almond Drink Protein

Incubation Time: 30 min