Jessica Call

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Narrow-bandwidth is often cited as a characteristic of artificially generated signals. While the use of bandwidth as a signal-screening tool is common in the microwave region, it is less common in the optical and infrared regions where wavelength-selection devices can be cumbersome, expensive, and difficult to use. Nevertheless, the laser sources frequently(More)
Chlorine-resistant Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts in drinking water play an important role in the epidemiology of cryptosporidiosis. Current methods of detecting these organisms in water are insensitive, labor-intensive, highly subjective, and severely limited by sample turbidity. We describe here an alternative technique utilizing electrochemiluminescence(More)
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