G vanden Bossche

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The inactivation dynamics of three enteric virus species (polio-, rota- and parvovirus) were analysed in different aqueous suspensions by using O3 under continuous flow conditions. A mathematical model for the reaction rate of infectious titer reduction was proposed, based on the thermodynamic principles of phase behaviour of colloids suspended in aqueous(More)
Virus recovery from poliovirus-seeded waste water was attempted after treatment of the samples with ionic detergents in the presence of acoustic energy. Viral titers strongly fluctuated depending upon concentration and chemical structure of the detergent as well as upon the dissolved organic content of the aqueous samples. Supplementation of the cellular(More)
Phosphate buffered saline (PBS) and wastewater retentate, which had been adjusted to the same level of pH and ionic strength by addition of a concentrated PBS solution, were experimentally seeded with polio- or parvovirus and treated with various concentrations of sodium dodecylsulfate (SDS) and dodecyltrimethylammoniumbromid (DTAB), respectively. Upon(More)
Aerosols from waste treatment plants were examined with regard to the presence of airborne viruses. For the purpose of a comparative evaluation, two different collecting devices consisting of an electroprecipitator and a special-impinger apparatus were used for extraction and collection of viruses from air samples. The collected suspensions were(More)
Monolayer cultures of Buffalo green monkey (BGM) kidney cells were inoculated with different aqueous solutions of anionic detergents prior to infection with polio-myelitisvirus type 1 (PMV-1). Alteration of inoculated cell culture monolayers was assessed by polarized light microscopy. Based on their visual appearance, altered monolayers were arbitrarily(More)
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