Atlas® System from Roka Bioscience Inc.

General Information
Product Atlas® System
Company Roka Bioscience Inc.
Analytes: Listeria spp., Salmonella spp.
Automated: Fully Automated Walk-Away System
Throughput: 300 Samples/8 hr
Signal Range: Chemiluminescent
Sample Run Time: 3 hr
Reagents: Ready-to-Use Kit
Volume Size: 400 µL Sample Food, 12 µL Sample Environmental

The Atlas® System is a fully automated molecular pathogen detection system. By combining simple, Enrich-Transfer-Automate upstream sample processing with powerful target capture and amplification technology on a robust, automated platform, the Atlas System offers the next generation in food pathogen testing.

Roka currently offers AOAC certified assays for Listeria and Salmonella, providing reliable and accurate results. Highly, efficient sample throughput  capacity of over 300 samples in 8 hr period. Roka’s rapid, highly accurate molecular assays can help companies safeguard your brand.

With true walk-away processing, the Atlas System provides your lab the traceability, scalability, and flexibility you’ve been waiting for.

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