Scoping study on e. coli 0157 in water
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Published by The Scottish Office Central Research Unit in Edinburgh .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Escherichia coli.,
  • Drinking water.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementG. Stanfield, P. Gale and E. Carrington
SeriesEnvironment group research programme research findings -- No 2
ContributionsGale, P., Carrington, E., Water Research Centre.
The Physical Object
FormatPamphlet
Pagination4p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18106066M
ISBN 100748071261
OCLC/WorldCa48022078

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Use the new more sensitive procedure to study the occurrence E coli H7 in sewage and river water A study of this kind has not previously been carried out in South Africa. The results were expected to have meaningful benefits for practical technology and expertise on water quality assessment with regard to potentially important pathogens. Moreover, E. coli are introduced into water bacteriology because it is a useful marker of faecal pollution and thus became an important marker in food and water hygiene. The persistence of E. coli in natural environments will undoubtedly be aided through its ability to grow as a biofilm. For E. coli , the levels of chlorine generally found. The results obtained show that the standardized mPCR protocol is a rapid, highly sensitive, species-specific and reliable method for the detection of the pathogenic E. coli O H7 and could be used for identification and molecular characterization of E. coli O H7 in suspected food and water borne outbreaks, disease investigations and.   Objective: This was a systematic review and meta-analysis to determine the proportion of Escherichia coli O cases that develop chronic sequelae. Data Sources: We conducted a systematic review of articles published prior to July in Pubmed, Agricola, CabDirect, or Food Safety and Technology Abstracts. Study Selection: Studies were selected that reported the number of E. coli .