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Invisible Sentinel to Participate in IAFP Food-Safety Meeting

Invisible Sentinel Inc., a life-sciences company that develops rapid diagnostics for the detection of foodborne pathogens, will showcase its first-in-class Veriflow™ technology at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP), the leading food-safety conference worldwide.

The Annual Meeting will be held July 28-31 in the Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, NC. Senior executives and scientists from Invisible Sentinel will be available throughout the meeting to discuss the Company's technology. The Invisible Sentinel booth will be number 809.

Combining sensitivity and ease of use, Veriflow™ test kits are the first molecular flow-based assays available for use by food producers, processors, distributors, and retailers as well as government health officials.

"Veriflow™ technology can protect food safety at critical points in the food-production and food-distribution network," said Benjamin Pascal, Co-Founder and Chief Business Officer of Invisible Sentinel. "Now that our test kits have entered the market, we look forward to discussing with food companies how Veriflow(TM)can strengthen their food-safety programs."

Veriflow(TM) CA, to detect Campylobacter, and Veriflow™ LM, to detect Listeria monocytogenes, have received Performance Tested Methods(SM) certification from the Association of Analytical Communities International (AOAC). Currently in the AOAC review process for certification are additional Veriflow™ kits to detect Listeria species and Salmonella species. Veriflow™ kits for Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) are slated for submission later this year.

The IAFP meeting, expected to attract more than 2,500 food-safety experts, provides an opportunity to learn about food-safety issues, the food-science, and technology.

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