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- Tozzoli, R.; Di Bartolo, I.; Gigliucci, F.; Brambilla, G.; Monini, M.; Vignolo, E.; Caprioli, A.; Morabito, S.
- Journal of applied microbiology 2017 v.122 no.1 pp. 239-247
- enteroinvasive Escherichia coli, etc ; Rotavirus; genes; pig manure; Orthohepevirus A; risk; viruses; nucleic acids; screening; food chain; virulence; humans; biosolids; Norovirus; swine; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; sewage sludge; topsoil; genomics; Adenoviridae; Italy; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... AIMS: To investigate the presence of genomic traits associated with a set of enteric viruses as well as pathogenic Escherichia coli in top soil improvers (TSI) from Italy. METHODS AND RESULTS: Twenty‐four TSI samples originating from municipal sewage sludges, pig manure, green and household wastes were analysed by real time PCR for the presence of hepatitis E virus (HEV), porcine and human adenovi ...
- Surman,; Lee,; Rowe,; Nichols,
- Journal of applied microbiology 1998 v.84 no.S1 pp. 150S
- enteroinvasive Escherichia coli, etc ; bacteria; buildings; business enterprises; carbon; cell lines; cytotoxicity; digestive system diseases; drinking water; enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli; enteropathogenic Escherichia coli; enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli; gastrointestinal system; geographical variation; hemolysins; heterotrophs; human health; plate count; signs and symptoms (animals and humans); surface water; toxins; virulence; water supply; United Kingdom; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... Heterotrophic plate count (HPC) bacteria are ubiquitous in both man‐made and natural water systems and consist of several bacterial species which rely on carbon molecules, generally pre‐formed by other organisms, as a nutrient source. Previous studies have suggested that heterotrophs may be significant to human health if present in drinking water supplies and may be responsible for incidences of g ...