Yes. MGC assays are compliant with BCC safety testing regulations
California's Bureau of Cannabis Control cites specifically in 16 CCR 5720 that:
A sample of inhalable cannabis goods shall be deemed to have passed the microbial impurities testing if all of the following conditions are met:
(1) Shiga toxin–producing Escherichia coli is not detected in 1 gram;
(2) Salmonella spp. is not detected in 1 gram; and
(3) Pathogenic Aspergillus species A. fumigatus, A. flavus, A. niger, and A. terreus are not detected in 1 gram.
MGC's 5-color multiplexed Aspergillus assay is indeed compliant it both detects and speciate Aspergillus sp. depending on fluorophore. Aspergillus niger: ROX, Aspergillus flavus: Cy5, Aspergillus fumigatus: FAM, Aspergillus terreus: ATTO 425(Cy5.5), and cannabis DNA: HEX