5 Use of ATP Bioluminescence for Rapid Detection and Enumeration of Contaminants : The Milliflex Rapid Microbiology Detection and Enumeration System

@inproceedings{Chollet20125UO,
  title={5 Use of ATP Bioluminescence for Rapid Detection and Enumeration of Contaminants : The Milliflex Rapid Microbiology Detection and Enumeration System},
  author={Renaud Chollet},
  year={2012}
}
Rapid microbial detection becomes increasingly essential to many companies in pharmaceutical, clinical and in food and beverage areas. Faster microbiological methods are required to contribute to a better control of raw materials as well as finished products. Rapid microbiological methods can also provide a better reactivity throughout the manufacturing process. Implementing rapid technologies would allow companies for cost saving and would speed up products release. Despite clear advantages… CONTINUE READING
4 Citations
50 References
Similar Papers

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 50 references

Introduction of a Rapid Microbiological Method as an Alternative to the Pharmacopoeial Method for the Sterility test

  • J. C. Gray, A. Steark, M. Berchtold, M. Mercier, G. Neuhaus, A Wirth
  • American Pharmaceutical Review
  • 2010
2 Excerpts

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…