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A mathematical analysis of the kinetics of viral inactivation /
A virus-in-water study of finished water from six communities /
Acquisition of Antibodies to Various Coxsackie and Echo Viruses and Hepatitis A Virus in Agricultural Communal Settlements in Israel.
Adsorption of Enteroviruses to Soil Cores and Their Subsequent Elution by Artificial Rainwater.
Application of PCR technologies for virus detection in groundwater /
Chlorination to Prevent and Control Waterborne Diseases.
Coliphages as Indicators of Enteroviruses.
Comparison of Geostatistical Methods for Estimating Virus Inactivation Rates in Ground Water.
Destruction of Enteric Bacteria and Viruses during Two-Phase Digestion.
Detecting Viruses in Water.
Detection and inactivation of enteric viruses in wastewater /
Detection of enteric viruses in East Tennessee public ground water systems /
Detection of Environmental Viruses in Sludge: Enhancement of Enterovirus Plaque Assay Titers with 5-Iodo-2'-Deoxyuridine and Comparison to Adenovirus and Coliphage Titers (Journal Version).
Determination of minimal infectious dose of an enterovirus in drinking water /
Determination of Minimal Infectious Dose of an Enterovirus in Drinking Water.
Development of Methods to Measure Virus Inactivation in Fresh Waters.
Effect of Chlorination on Human Enteric Viruses in Partially Treated Water from the Potomac River Estuary.
Effect of Environmental Variables on Enteric Virus Survival in Surface Freshwaters.
Effect of particulates on disinfection of enteroviruses in water by chloramines /
Effect of particulates on disinfection of enteroviruses in water by chlorine dioxide /
Effects of Water Quality on Microporous Filter Methods for Enteric Virus Concentration.
Enteric virus removal in wastewater treatment lagoon systems /
Enteric viruses in water
Enteroviruses in Sludge: Multiyear Experience with Four Wastewater Treatment Plants.
Epidemiologic studies of virus transmission in swimming waters /
Evaluation of Microbiological Aerosols Associated with the Application of Wastewater to Land: Pleasanton, California.
Evaluation of Mixed Cell Types and 5-Iodo-2'-Deoxyuridine Treatment upon Plaque Assay Titers of Human Enteric Viruses (Journal Version).
Evaluation of the Tentative Standard Method for Enteric Virus Concentration and Detection.
Evaluation of the Tentative Standard Method for Enteric Virus Concentration from Large Volumes of Tap Water.
Examination of sewage and sewage sludge for enteroviruses
Experience of Sanitary-Virological Sewage Tests.
Human enteric virus survival in soil following irrigation with sewage plant effluents /
Human viruses in sediments, sludges, and soils
Human viruses in the aquatic environment : a status report with emphasis on the EPA research program : report to Congress /
Immune Response and Prevalence of Antibody to Norwalk Enteritis Virus as Determined by Radioimmunoassay.
Improved Method for Recovery of Enteric Viruses from Wastewater Sludges.
Inactivation of Hepatitis A Virus and Model Viruses in Water by Free Chlorine and Monochloramine.
Inactivation of Naturally Occurring Enteroviruses.
Infectivity and pathogenicity of enteroviruses ingested with drinking water /
Influence of Temperature and Intrinsic Characteristics of Surface Freshwaters on Virus Stability. Conference on Microbial Aspects of Surface Water Quality. Held in Chicago, Illinois on May 30-June 2, 1989.
Influence of Water Quality on Enteric Virus Concentration by Microporous Filter Methods.
Isolating Viruses from Finished Water.
Marine Recreational Water Quality Criterion Consistent with Indicator Concepts and Risk Analysis.
Mechanism of Inactivation of Enteric Viruses in Fresh Water.
Method 1601 : male-specific (F+) and somatic coliphage in water by two-step enrichment procedure.
Method 1602: Male Specific (F (sup+)) and Somatic Coliphage in Water by Single Agar Layer (SAL) Procedure.
Method for Concentrating Viruses Recovered from Sewage Sludges.
Microbial Indicators for the Biological Quality of Treated Wastewater Effluents.
Microorganism Levels in Air Near Spray Irrigation of Municipal Wastewater: The Lubbock Infection Surveillance Study.
Microorganisms in Municipal Solid Waste and Public Health Implications.
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