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A Simple Bioluminogenic Detection Method for the Rapid Detection of Bacteria in Foods in 4–7 Hours

Published 06 June 2016 | By Hygiena International

A novel rapid detection system has been developed that is capable of detecting bacteria using a modification of the ATP bioluminescence reaction. The new bioluminogenic assay (MicroSnap Total) can detect bacteria at low levels in a variety of sample types to give results in 7 hours using a new low cost sensitive luminometer (EnSURE). The system has been validated for the enumeration of total bacteria in foods. It is simple and easy to use and has many applications.

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A Simple Bioluminogenic Detection Method for the Rapid Detection of Bacteria in Foods in 4–7 Hours