2018
DOI: 10.17221/24/2018-cjfs
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Abstract: Microbial quality of ultra-high temperature (UHT) milk is usually ascertained by a total bacterial count (TBC) cultivation. But this is time consuming, so there is a tendency to search for faster and simpler methods. We compared three instruments, focusing on shortening the detection time and their suitability for practical use in dairy plants. Two of them, RapiScreen Dairy 1000 and Promilite III, detect microbial contamination by measuring adenosine triphosphate bioluminescence; the third, GreenLight, is base… Show more

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“…Other studies have examined the use of the bioluminescence -based ATP technique compared to total bacterial count (TBC) cultivation for rapid microbial identification to monitor ultra-high temperature (UHT) milk quality [186]. ATP bioluminescence was suitable for detecting very low concentrations of microbial content compared to results for conventional total bacterial counts, and the analysis time was only 20 min.…”
Section: Milk and Dairy Productsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Other studies have examined the use of the bioluminescence -based ATP technique compared to total bacterial count (TBC) cultivation for rapid microbial identification to monitor ultra-high temperature (UHT) milk quality [186]. ATP bioluminescence was suitable for detecting very low concentrations of microbial content compared to results for conventional total bacterial counts, and the analysis time was only 20 min.…”
Section: Milk and Dairy Productsmentioning
confidence: 99%