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ATP Hygiene Monitoring Do Sanitisers Really Affect Measurements?

Published 06 June 2016 | By Hygiena International

The use of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) as a marker of cleaning and hygiene has been well established in industrial food processing since the early 1980s. The test method is called ATP bioluminescence which uses an enzyme called luciferase and its properties were determined by McElroy and Strehler in 1949.

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ATP Hygiene Monitoring Do Sanitisers Really Affect Measurements?