Microbiology

+ Microbiological analyze in the following products:

Agricultural and aquatic products, foods, cosmetics, animal feed (including raw materials, additives, preservatives and coloring agents); food packaging; sterile medical equipment, catering water (tape water, bottled water and food producing and processing water..), domestic and industrial wastewater, surface water; biological preparation, deodorants, microbiological and organic fertilizers, all types of fabric, tissue paper and wet towel; baby diapers; tampon…

Analyze of beneficial microorganisms in food supplements: Lactic acid bacteria, Lactobacillus spp., Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium, Bacillus spp., Bacillus subtilis, Saccharomyces cerevisiae,…

Identify microorganisms

+Screening of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in foods, raw materials based on identification of specific factors: P35S, Tnos, P-FMV, Pat, Bar…

+Detecting and Quantitating GMO lines by event-specific methods on soybean (GTS 40-3-2,..), corn (Bt11, Bt176, MON810, NK603, GA21, TC1507,..), rice (Bt-rice)

+Identifying plant-originated products based on trnL gene sequence in chloroplast, Lectin in soybean and SSIIb in corn.

+Identifying of animal DNA (sheep, pig, cow, chicken, goat…) in food samples, vegetarian foods, animal feed..

+Checking surface infection of equipment and apparatuses used in food processing; operating room and medical equipment (knife, clip, pank, test tubes, syringes…)

+Checking bactericidal ability of antiseptic solution, disinfection machine…and antibacterial capacity of plastic material and non-porous surface.

+Checking cleanroom, microorganisms in the air and surface, assessing the compliance of GMP regulation and standards with pharmaceutical packaging at drug company (Following the cleanroom classification of circular 14/2012/TT-BYT: level A, B, C and D)

+Providing services of taking samples at production and processing places; Periodical inspection of food hygiene and safety at production places such as slaughterhouses, collective kitchens in industrial parks, hotels, etc.

+Providing services of micro-culture medium preparation for laboratories that is under-qualified for equipment

Microbiological testing in accordance with TCVN, ISO, Codex, FAO/FNP, APHA, AATCC, ASTM, pharmacopeia, AOAC,..

The laboratory has been recognized by VILAS as conforming to ISO / IEC 17025 (Code Vilas 028) and designated by the Ministry of Health as a food testing facility for state management of food safety.

*Consultancy and training:

+Providing services in consulting of quality management system in accordance to ISO/IEC17025 for laboratories and cleanrooms following GMP; meeting the requirements of designing and equipping for microbiological laboratories, expertise opinions in food hygiene and safety.

* Some pictures of activities:


 

 

 

 

CATEGORY

LICENSES ARE SUBJECT TO BIOMEDICAL ANALYSIS

No

Testing materials and products

Specific test

Detection limit (if any)/range of measurement

1.

Food and animal feed

( wine, beer, soft drink, sweet, tea, coffee; cereals, additives, food supplements, milk and dairy products, raw meat and proceessed meat products, vegetable and fruits, canned food)

Enumeration of ß-Glucuronidaza – positive Escherichia Coli

Colony counting at 440C (CFU) using 5-Bromo-4-Clo-3-indolyl ß-D-Glucuronid

1 CFU/mL

10 CFU/g

2.

Salmonella detection

Detection/25g

3.

Enumeration of yeast and mould

Part1: Colony counting in products with water activity greater than 0,95 less than or equal to 0,95

1 CFU/mL

10 CFU/g

4.

Enumeration of Coliforms - Colony counting (CFU)

1 CFU/mL

10 CFU/g

5.

Enumeration of Coagulase - positive staphylococci - Colony count technique

(Staphylococcus aureus and other species)

1 CFU/mL

10 CFU/g

6.

Enumeration of Clostridium perfringens. Colony counting (CFU)

1 CFU/mL

10 CFU/g

7.

Enumeration of microorganisms on solid media. Colony counting at 300C

1 CFU/mL

10 CFU/g

8.

Detection and enumeration of Coliforms-

The most probable number technique (MPN)

0,3 MPN/mL

3 MPN/g

9.

Detection of presumptive E.Coli –The most probable number technique (MPN)

0,3 MPN/mL

3 MPN/g

10.

Detection of C.Botulinum

(detection)/g

11.

Enumeration of presumptive B.cereus

Colony counting (CFU)

1 CFU/mL

10 CFU/g

12.

Detection and identification of bacteria belonging to Enterobacteriaceae family

1 CFU/mL

10 CFU/g

0,3 MPN/ml

3 MPN/g

13.

Detection of Listeria monocytogenes

(detection)/25g

14.

Enumeration of Listeria monocytogenes

1 CFU/mL

10 CFU/g

15.

Detection of animal DNA (chicken, cow, pig, goat and sheep..) by PCR, Realtime PCR

-

16.

Detection of Salmonella; Listeriamonocytogenes,P.aeruginosa,Vibrio spp in food and animal feed samples by PCR and Realtime PCR.

-

17.

Detction and Enumeartion of P.aeruginosa by colony counting.(CFU)

-

18.

Detection and Enumeration of Faecal Streptococci.by colony counting (CFU)

-

19.

Detection of Shigella

 (detection)/

25mL

20.

Domestic water

Total microorganisms

Colony counting by inoculation in nutrient agar culture medium.

1 CFU/mL

21.

Detection and enumeration of Coliforms bacteria

Membrane filter method

1CFU/100mL

22.

Detection and enumeration of Escherichia Coli bacteria. Membrane filter method

1CFU/100mL

23.

Detection and Enumeration of of intestinal Enterococci.

1CFU/100mL

24.

Detection and Enumeration of Spores of Sulfite- reducing anaerobes Clostridia

1CFU/50mL

25.

Detection and Enumeration of Ps.aeruginosa

1CFU/100mL

26.

Children powdered milk

Detection of Enterobacter Sakazakii.

0,3 MPN/10g

27.

Surface water,

Ground water,

Wastewate

Detection of Salmonella

(detection)/25mL

28.

Detection of  Legionella

(detection)/200mL

29.

Detection and enumeration of Coliforms bacteria Multi-tube method

1 MPN/100mL

30.

Detection and enumeration of E.Coli bacteria

Multi-tube method

1MPN/100mL

31.

Detection of Shigella

(detection)/

25mL

32.

Organic and microbiological fertilizer

Biological preparation

Enumeration of Nitrogen fixing microbes:symbiotic, commensalism, freeliving

1 CFU/mL

10CFU/g

33.

Enumeration of phosphate solubilizing microbes

1 CFU/mL

10 CFU/g

34.

Cellulose degradation microbes: Bacteria, actinomycetes, fungi

1 CFU/mL

10 CFU/g

35.

Detection of Salmonella spp.

Detective/not detective/25g,mL

36.

Enumeration of β-glucuronidase-positive E.coli

Colony counting at 440C using 5- Bromo-4-Clo-3-indolyl ß-D-Glucuronid

1CFU/mL

10FU/g

37.

Detection and Enumeration of protein degradation microbes by colony counting (CFU)

CFU/g

38.

Detection and enumeration of starch degradation microbes by colony counting (CFU)

CFU/g

39.

Enumeration of Azotobater by colony counting (CFU)

CFU/g

40.

Environmental sanitation (surface in contact with food: worker hands, table, pots and baskets, air…)

Packaging; plastic and paper box for cooked food; food coated film

Detection of  Salmonella, Listeria monocytogens, E.coli, S.aureus,Candida albicans, P.aeruginosa; C.perfringens; Shigella...

-

41.

Plastics and other non-porous surfaces

Antibacterial capacity

-

42.

Genetically modified

organisms and derived products

Screening of plant-originated GM products (CaMV 35S promotor, Tnos)

0,1%

43.

Quantitative and qualitative methods of detecting the GM soybean line GTS 40-3-2.

0,1%

44.

Qualitative and quantitative methods of detecting the GM corn lines Bt11, NK603, TC1507, MON89034

0,1%

45.

Screening of plant-originated GM products by specific gene detection methods including Cry 1Ab/Ac, Bar, PAT

0,1%

46.

Tampon, children pamper, tissue paper, nonwoven fabric, wet

Enumeration and detection of total aerobic bacteria.

-

47.

Detection of Candida albicans

-

48.

Detection of Staphylococcus aureus.

-

49.

Detection of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

-

50.

Absorbent capacity

-

51.

Absorbent time

-

52.

Enumeration of total mould

-

53.

Cosmetics, raw materials, skin and mucous applied products(lipsticks, skincare, toothpaste)  

Enumeration and detection of aerobic bacteria.

-

54.

Detection of Candida albicans.

-

55.

Detection of Staphylococcus aureus.

-

56.

Detection of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

-

57.

Fabric and textile materials

Identification of antibacterial activity of static antibacterial agents under dynamic contact condition

-

58.

Evaluation of antibacterial activity of textile material by parallel streak test

-

59.

Evaluation of the last antibacterial level of textile materials

-