Solutions for wastewater pathogen monitoring

Dave explains how InnovaPrep's rapid concentration method helps monitoring pathogens in difficult matrices such as wastewater faster, easier, and better. See also the Concentrating Pipette Select Demo Video

When concentrating viruses, which filter tip is best?

Dave describes the differences between the 0.05 micron pipette tip and the ultrafilter pipette tips for concentrating viruses and why the choice is as much determined by your matrix as it is by your target organisms.

InnovaPrep's Patented Process Described

Dave explains the how InnovaPrep's patented Wet Foam Elution process works and why it is so effective for recovering microorganisms from filters.

Improving Outcomes in Aquaculture Production

Dave discusses how rapid concentration helps the Aquaculture industry combat the devastating impact of fish pathogens.

BioMonitoring trace contamination in Air, Surfaces, & Liquids

Dave demonstrates how InnovaPrep's Bobcat Air Sampler and The CP Select can be used together for exponential sensitivity when paired with rapid molecular methods.

Faster, Easier, Better Beverage Quality Testing

Dave describes how rapid concentration allows same-shift quality testing for spoilage organisms in the brewing process saving labor, time, incidences of recall, and money!

The importance of Considering Efficiency vs Concentration Factor

Dave stresses the importance of considering efficiency vs concentration factors for determining the most effective concentration method for your application.

Improved Quality Test Method for Brewing

Dave provides an overview of rapid beer spoilage concentration using the InnovaPrep Concentrating Pipette for same-shift result. For more detailed method information, please see the application note titled, Rapid Concentration of Spoilage Organisms in Beer

Applications for Public Health - Air, Surfaces & Waters

Dave provides an overview of public health applications using the InnovaPrep's Wet Foam Elution.. Featuring a poster presented at the ASM Biodefense Conference 2019, titled Mini Meta Study: Improved Pathogen Detection of Air, Surface and Liquid     Samples through Rapid Concentration which gives an overview of the following publications:

Detection of an Avian Lineage Influenza A(H7N2) Virus in Air and Surface Samples at a New York City Feline Quarantine Facility Francoise M.Blachere et al. CDC NIOSH published: 16 May 2018. 

Comparison of Methods to Determine the Microbial Quality of Alternative Irrigation Waters Hsin-Bai Yina, Universityof Maryland, and Jitu Patel, Department of Nutrition and USDA ARS,Environmental Microbial and Food Safety Laboratory published in the Journalof Agriculture Water Management

Characterization of Aspergillus Fumigatus Isolates from Air and Surfaces of the International Space Station published in the ASM mSphere Journal by University of Wisconsin—Madison and the Biotechnology and Planetary Protection Group, at the NASA  Jet Propulsion Laboratory describes Microbial Observatory Experiments on the International Space Station (ISS) using a method of recovering surface samples that included the InnovaPrep Concentrating Pipette.

Concentrating Viruses - Considerations for Infectivity Assays

In this segment, Dave explains the Concentrating Pipette’s ability to concentrate viruses and the compatibility of the system’s elution fluids on infectivity assays vs rapid molecular methods.

For more information see the white paper entitled, Rapid Concentration of Viruses and Phage Using the InnovaPrep Concentrating Pipette.

Hey Dave, why do you do what you do?

Dave explains his motivation for launching InnovaPrep and how InnovaPrep technologies help people and animals lead safer and healthier lives.

Hey Dave, what is the SenseNet program?

Dave provides an overview of the Department of Homeland Security's SenseNet program and InnovaPrep's involvement.