Concentration of enteric viruses from tap water using an anion exchange resin-based method.

  title={Concentration of enteric viruses from tap water using an anion exchange resin-based method.},
  author={Alma P{\'e}rez-M{\'e}ndez and Jeffrey C. Chandler and Bledar Bisha and Lawrence D. Goodridge},
  journal={Journal of virological methods},
Detecting low concentrations of enteric viruses in water is needed for public health-related monitoring and control purposes. Thus, there is a need for sensitive, rapid and cost effective enteric viral concentration methods compatible with downstream molecular detection. Here, a virus concentration method based on adsorption of the virus to an anion exchange resin and direct isolation of nucleic acids is presented. Ten liter samples of tap water spiked with different concentrations (10-10,000… CONTINUE READING

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