INP Ecuador and BIOLAN present the comparative studies that validate BIOFISH 300 as an alternative method for the control of sulphite and histamine in crustaceans and fish respectively
The National Fisheries Institute of Ecuador and BIOLAN Microbiosensors will present to the shrimp and canning industries in Guayaquil and Manta respectively, a comparative study between the traditional methods and the BIOLAN´s BIOFISH 300 method for the quantification of sulphiteand histamine in shrimp in fish.
The presentation of the comparative study for the determination of sodium metabisulphite by the modified method of Monier Williams and the BIOFISH 300 will be presented in Guayaquil, at theNational Fisheries Institute of Guayaquil. The comparative study between the HPLC method and the BIOFISH 300 for the quantification of histamine will be presented to the canning industry in Manta, at the Oro Verde Hotel.
The aim of these conferences is to disseminate the results of these laboratory studies carried out by the INP Engineers, who have validated the accuracy, repeatability, speedand easy use of the BIOLAN methodology and confirm its advantages in comparison withthe current methods used in the shrimp and canning industries in Ecuador.
Technological advances in the field of the methodology for the determination and quantification of quality and food safetyparameters, reached by companies such as BIOLAN Microbiosensors will be showed. BIOLAN is a Basque biotechnology company, leader in biosensoric technologies applied to the agri-food industry, that sells in more than 50 countriesits innovative Biosensors for the quantification of analytical parameters in the dairy, wine, preserved fish and crustaceansindustries.
BIOLAN will take the opportunity to present its latest BIOLAN innovation in this field, the BIOFISH 700, a portable and pocket Biosensor, which quantifies histamine or sulphite in just one minute and without calibration.