||Methods for Isolating 'Campylobacter jejuni' from Low-Turbidity Water.
Blaser, M. J. ;
Cody, H. J. ;
||Veterans Administration Medical Center, Denver, CO. ;Colorado Univ., Denver. School of Medicine.;Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Water Engineering Research Lab.
Fluid filters ;
Water pollution control ;
Bear Creek ;
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||Membrane filtration methods were developed and evaluated for the quantitative recovery of Campylobacter jejuni from environmental waters of low turbidity. The best of the studied procedures involved passaging the test water through a filter (pore size, 0.45 um) and plating it facedown on Campylobacter-selective agar. The filter was removed after overnight incubation, and the plate was streaked for isolation and then reincubated. The technique could be useful in the routine monitoring of finished waters for C. jejuni or during investigations of suspected waterborne outbreaks for water of low turbidity. (Copyright (c) 1986, American Society for Microbiology.)
||Pub. in Applied and Environmental Microbiology, v51 n2 p312-315 Feb 86. Prepared in cooperation with Colorado Univ., Denver. School of Medicine. Sponsored by Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Water Engineering Research Lab.
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||Reprint: Methods for Isolating 'Campylobacter jejuni' from Low-Turbidity Water.
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||13B; 8M; 68D; 57K
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