atpmetry as indicator of biodgradation processes

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Second generation ATP-metry (ATP 2G), which was developed by Aqua-Tools I&E, improves on the analytical performance of traditional ATP-metry and makes it available for a wider range of applications.

ATP: an indicator for the presence of micro-organisms

Second generation ATP technology (ATP 2G) determines the quantity of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) present in a water or fluid sample.

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ATP-metry: fundamental principles

ATP detection involves enzymatic measurement using an enzyme produced by biotechnological methods: luciferase (copied from a well-known luminescent insect: the firefly).

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ATP 2G provides new features

The first ATP-metry tools appeared in the 1970s. They became more widely available during the 1980s and 1990s and were relatively successful despite limited applications.

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