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1964 proceedings /
Analysis of Inactivation of 'Giardia lamblia' by Chlorine.
Barriers to the Transmission of Waterborne Disease.
Chlorine dioxide for drinking water disinfection /
Comparison of Animal Infectivity and Excystation as Measures of 'Giardia muris' Cyst Inactivation by Chlorine.
Concerns with Using Chlorine-Dioxide Disinfection in the USA.
Control of Waterborne 'Campylobacter jejuni' by Chlorine Disinfection.
Disinfection and the Control of Waterborne Giardiasis.
Disinfection Resistance of 'Legionella pneumophila' and 'Escherichia coli' Grown in Continuous and Batch Culture.
Effect of Chlorine, Chlorine Dioxide and Monochloramine on Rotavirus (SA-11) Inactivation.
Factors Promoting 'In vitro' Excystation of 'Giardia muris' Cysts.
Growth of 'Legionella pneumophila' in Continous Culture and Its Sensitivity to Inactivation by Chlorine Dioxide.
Growth of 'Legionella pneumophila' in Continuous Culture.
Inactivation of 'Campylobacter jejuni' by Chlorine and Monochloramine.
Inactivation of microbial agents by chemical disinfectants
Inactivation of microbial agents by chemical disinfectants /
Inactivation of Particle-Associated Coliforms by Chlorine and Monochloramine.
Inactivation of Simian Rotavirus SA11 by Chlorine, Chlorine Dioxide, and Monochloramine.
Microbial Resistance to Disinfectants: Mechanisms and Significance (Journal Version).
Microbial Resistance to Disinfectants: Mechanisms and Significance.
Microbiological Risks Associated with Changes in Drinking Water Disinfection Practices.
Response of Chemostat Grown Enteric Bacteria to Chlorine Dioxide.
Strengths and Weaknesses of Using C-t Values to Evaluate Disinfection Practice.
Susceptibility of Chemostat-Grown 'Yersinia enterocolitica' and 'Klebsiella pneumoniae' to Chlorine Dioxide.
Waterborne transmission of giardiasis : proceedings of a symposium September 18-20, 1978 /
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