Then Danila Malov spoke about the identification of pathogenic microorganisms and the control of the cleanliness of surfaces and equipment after washing and disinfection. Among the issues he highlighted were:
- What is biosafety?
- How to identify and reduce biological risks?
- How to create a secure production environment?
He also spoke about the types of dangerous biological agents and the methods of their analysis, such as:
- Visual control
- Classical microbiology
- Indicator tests
Having considered all the methods, Danila settled on ATP luminometry, as the most optimal method for analyzing and diagnosing pathogens for a number of reasons.
Among the arguments were ease of use, manufacturability and time optimization.
Furthermore, options for specific products were presented with a classification according to the methods of application: tests for allergens, to check water treatment systems, UMP, identification of E. coli, etc.