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Norwalk Virus-Like Particles (VLPs) for Studying Natural Groundwater Disinfection
Grant Number R824775
RFA: Water and Watersheds (1995)
Abstract (1)
Journal Article (2)
Presentation (12)
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Abstract Ogunseitan OA. Monitoring biological degradation by natural microbial community enzymes and indicator proteins. Abstract for the Association of Ground Water Scientists and Engineers Meeting, National Ground Water Association, Las Vegas, NV, December 8-11, 1996, p. 43. R824775 (Final)
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Journal Article Redman JA, Grant SB, Olson TM, Hardy ME, Estes MK. Filtration of recombinant Norwalk virus particles and bacteriophage MS2 in quartz sand: importance of electrostatic interactions. Environmental Science and Technology 1997;31:3378-3383. R824770 shared with R824775 (Final)
R824775 (Final)
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Journal Article Redman JA, Grant SB, Olson TM, Adkins JM, Jackson JL, Castillo MS, Yanko WA. Physicochemical mechanisms responsible for the filtration and mobilization of a filamentous bacteriophage in quartz sand. Water Research, January 1999;33(1):43-52. R824770 shared with R824775 (Final)
R824775 (1998)
R824775 (Final)
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Presentation Grant SB. Protein virus filtration and water reclamation. Presented at the National Research Council/Water Science and Technology Board, Beckman Center of the National Academies, Irvine, CA, February 2, 1998. R824775 (Final)
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Presentation Grant SB. Recombinant virus particles and water reuse in the 21st century. Presented at the UC Water Reuse Research Conference, Monterey, CA, June 6, 1997. R824770 shared with R824775 (Final)
R824775 (Final)
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Presentation Grant SB. Recombinant virus-like particles and water reuse in the 21st century. Presented at the Department of Environmental Engineering Science, W.M. Keck Labs, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, January 16, 1997. R824770 shared with R824775 (Final)
R824775 (Final)
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Presentation Grant SB. Virus filtration and water reuse. Presented at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Drinking Water Systems Program Review, Arlington, VA, December 9, 1998. R824775 (1998)
R824775 (Final)
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Presentation Grant SB. Virus filtration and water reuse in the 21st century. Presented at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, April 29, 1997. R824770 shared with R824775 (Final)
R824775 (1998)
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Presentation Grant SB. Virus filtration and water reuse: from microscale phenomena to field-scale observations. Presented at the University of California, Berkeley, CA, October 30, 1998. R824770 shared with R824775 (1998)
R824770 shared with R824775 (Final)
R824775 (1998)
R824775 (Final)
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Presentation Ogunseitan OA. Genetically engineered Norwalk virus-like particles for evaluating water recycling processes. Presented at the Life Science Research and Technology Showcase T96S, Life Science Industry Council, University of California, Irvine, CA, September 25-27, 1996. R824770 shared with R824775 (Final)
R824775 (Final)
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Presentation Ogunseitan OA. Monitoring biological degradation by natural microbial community enzymes and indicator proteins. Presented to the Association of Ground Water Scientists and Engineers, National Ground Water Association, Las Vegas, NV, December 8-11, 1996. R824775 (Final)
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Presentation Ogunseitan OA, Xie Q, Yang S, Lu R. Protein indicators of microbial structure and function relevant to natural attenuation of water pollution. Presented at the American Society for Microbiology, 97th General Meeting, Miami Beach, FL, May 4-8, 1996. Paper number Q-150. R824770 shared with R824775 (Final)
R824775 (Final)
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Presentation Redman JA, Grant SB, Olson TM, Adkins JM, Jackson JL, Castillo MS, Yanko WA. An electrostatic mechanism for the filtration of a filamentous bacteriophage in quartz sand. Presented at the UC Water Reuse Research Conference, Monterey, CA, June 6, 1997 R824770 shared with R824775 (Final)
R824775 (Final)
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Presentation Redman JA, Grant SB, Olson TM. Physiochemical mechanisms governing virus filtration. Presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 9, 1997. R824775 (Final)
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Presentation Redman JA, Grant SB, Olson TM, Hardy ME, Estes MK. The importance of pore water pH in the transmission of Norwalk virus through porous media studied using recombinant Norwalk virus-like particles. Presented at the American Chemical Society 71st Colloid and Surface Science Symposium, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, July 2, 1997. R824770 shared with R824775 (Final)
R824775 (Final)
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