Remote Detection of Malaria in Blood
Malaria is a mosquito-borne infectious disease that affects both humans and animals. It is most prevalent in equatorial countries. In 2016 there were 216 million reported cases of malaria infection globally, resulting in approximately 445,000 to 731,000 deaths. There is potential for RAWTest to be utilised for remote detection of the disease in third world countries.
Mastitis Detection in Milk Herds
Mastitis is a bacterial infection which causes inflammation of the mammary gland, or udder, of a milking cow. There has been a resurgence in infected herds in recent years and results in antibiotic treatment for the cow and removal from the milking system until all traces of antibiotic is gone from their system. RAWTest can be used for early and fast detection by using in-line milking machines to detect mastitis in a single cow, instantly stopping production and eliminating the contamination of the rest of the herd, in turn saving money and ensuring optimal animal welfare.
Wine Fermentation Processing
Small, medium and large winery fermentation processes are subject to bacteria that are a hazard for both consumer safety and shelf-life stability and longevity. In-line detection can mean the ability to save an annual batch of wine that affects the taste.
There are a multitude of areas which may benefit from the utilisation of RAWTest’s capabilities. Detection and analysis of Listeria bacteria in public spaces such as hospitals, hotels, conference halls and so forth to reduce large-scale infections. Early warning systems for ethanol and alcohol producers at risk of bacterial infection. The possibilities are endless.
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