||Identifying Escherichia Species with Biochemical Test Kits and Standard Bacteriological Tests.
Rice, E. W. ;
Allen, M. J. ;
Covert, T. C. ;
Lanegwis, J. ;
Standridge, J. ;
||Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk Reduction Engineering Lab. ;American Water Works Association Research Foundation, Denver, CO. ;East Bay Municipal Utility District, Oakland, CA. ;Wisconsin State Lab. of Health, Madison.
Bacteriological techniques ;
Species diversity ;
Potable water ;
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||Two commercially available biochemical test identification systems were evaluated for their ability to accurately identify species of the genus Escherichia. Three separate laboratories participated in the study. The test kits did not always correctly identify species of Escherichia, but in only one instance was an isolate misidentified as Escherichia coli. The reactions of the isolates on media normally used for drinking water analysis are also discussed.
||Pub. in Jnl. of the American Water Works Association, v85 n2 p74-76 1993. Prepared in cooperation with American Water Works Association Research Foundation, Denver, CO., East Bay Municipal Utility District, Oakland, CA., and Wisconsin State Lab. of Health, Madison.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Reprint: Identifying Escherichia Species with Biochemical Test Kits and Standard Bacteriological Tests.
||PC A01/MF A01