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Bacteria Associated with Granular Activated Carbon Particles in Drinking Water.
Bacteria attached to granular activated carbon filters in drinking water /
Comparison of Microbial Bioassays for the Detection of Aquatic Toxicants.
Comparison of Verification Procedures for the Membrane Filter Total Coliform Technique.
Disinfection of Bacteria Attached to Granular Activated Carbon.
Enumerating Injured Coliforms in Drinking Water.
Enumeration, Transport and Survival of Bacteria Attached to Granular Activitated Carbon in Drinking Water.
Evaluation of m-T7 Agar as a Fecal Coliform Medium
Evaluation of Procedures to Desorb Bacteria from Granular Activated Carbon.
Evidence for the Role of Copper in the Injury Process of Coliform Bacteria in Drinking Water.
Growth and Persistence of Pathogens on Granular Activated Carbon Filters.
Injured Coliforms in Drinking Water.
Injury and the Improved Recovery of Coliform Bacteria in Drinking Water.
Interactions between Heterotrophic Plate Count Bacteria and Coliform Organisms.
New Medium for Improved Recovery of Coliform Bacteria from Drinking Water.
Operational Variables and the Release of Colonized Granular Activated Carbon Particles in Drinking Water.
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