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Linearity, Sensitivity, Repeatability, Precision and Accuracy are the major requirements of an effective ATP system. These performance criteria were determined using many replicates and dilutions of ATP, foodstuffs and micro-organisms. The findings indicate that some of the systems show large variations and background interference which significantly affects their ability to meet the performance criteria.

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