Advanced Laboratories Inc® specializes in microbial quality control testing on a wide array of products such as dietary supplements, food & beverage, cosmetics & personal care products, as well as household cleaners and environmental samples.

Routine Quality Control Testing with Enumeration of the following:

  • Total Aerobic Microbial Count (TAMC) – (USP <61> & *<2021>,
    FDA BAM Chapter 3, AOAC 996.23 & 990.12, PCPC M-1)
  • Total Combined Yeast and Mold Count (TYMC) – USP <61> & *<2021>, FDA BAM Chapter 18, AOAC 997.02, PCPC M-1)
  • Total Coliform – (*AOAC 991.14 & 966.24, FDA BAM Chapter 4, PCPC M-1)aureus Count – (*AOAC 2003.07 & 975.55)
  • Bile-tolerant Gram-negative Enterobacterial Count – (*USP <2021>)
  • Enterobacteriaceae Count – (AOAC 2003.01)
  • Probiotic enumeration – (methods vary)

Detection and isolation of the following pathogenic organisms:

  • coli – (USP <62> & *<2022>, *AOAC 991.14 & 996.24, FDA BAM Chapter 4, PCPC M-2)
  • aeruginosa – (*USP <62> & PCPC M-2)
  • Coagulase-positive aureus – (USP <62> & *<2022>, FDA BAM Chapter 12, PCPC M-2)
  • Salmonella species – (USP <62> & *<2022>, FDA BAM Chapter 5, AOAC 2014.01, PCPC M-2)
  • Listeria species – (*FDA BAM Chapter 10, *AOAC RI030601, USDA MLG8.11)
  • monocytogenes – *FDA BAM Chapter 10
  • Burkholderia cepacia – (USP <60>)
  • Klebsiella pneumoniae – (ALSTMxxxx)
  • Campylobacter species – (FDA BAM Chapter 7)
  • Alicyclobacillus species – (APHA 25.6)
  • Clostridium species – (USP <62> & <2022>, FDA BAM Chapter 16)
  • Bacillus cereus – (FDA BAM Chapter 14)
  • Candida albicans – (USP <62>, PCPC M-2)
  • Shigella species – (FDA BAM Chapter 6)
  • Shiga-toxin producing E. coli 0157:H7 (STEC) – (FDA BAM Chapter 4a)

*Accredited to ISO standard 17025:2017 and listed in
Advanced Laboratories scope AT-1573 (UT) and AT-1575 (NC).

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