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Aflatoxin M1 Test In Raw Milk

Products Range:Raw Milk Aflatoxin M1 test(1)

Specification:96T/box

Package specification:54boxes/carton

Storage:Store the kit at 2-8°C

profile:The Aflatoxin M1 Test special for detecting aflatoxin m1 residues in raw, commingled cow milk at or below established tolerance and/or safe levels. Only 5 minutes for results User friendly Highly sensitive Cost-effective Save milk, save tim

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  • Hi, Raw Milk Aflatoxin M1 test here in short supply, thanks to your OEM service and my dairy customers could test Aflatoxin M1 residues in raw milk.
  • tôi quan tâm đến sản phẩm của bạn Bên dòng chảy sữa nhanh chóng chẩn đoán kháng sinh dư lượng beta-lactam sữa kit kiểm tra, tôi muốn nhận thêm thông tin chi tiết. Tôi mong chờ thư trả lời của bạn.
  • I selling Aflatoxin M1 dairy test for 5 years in Europe. Ballya products are very hot sell.
  • We want to distribute quick tests for the milk, animal and testing equipment as Keto Vet.
  • Hello, we are a dairy factory, we would like to know your rapid test for milk safety, please advise detailed information about your dairy test kit, thanks and looking forward to your prompt reply.
  • Hi, I am interested in your dairy test, please provide detailed information about all your milkantibioticv test strips, also I maybe interested in Aflatoxin M1 test in Rw milk.
  • My name is Sullivan, Could you share detailed information about your milk test, tests for antibiotic are required to be used to ensure the quality of milk.
  • Hello, I know that you are a supplier for dairy tests, I would like to a quantitative test strip that detect Aflatoxin M1 in dairy milk, please forward me detailed information, thanks.
  • We are interested in your products. I know that Aflatoxin M1 Test is popular in the European market and prosperous. The LOD of the Aflatoxin M1 Test meets European standards very well. I want to be your distributor in Ireland.