Meeting Report VLPNPV: Session 10: Rapid total particle quantification

Abstract

Mark Rehse form ViroCyt opened his talk with the question of how many viruses are in the ocean as a way of introducing the topic of virus quantification. As it turns out, there is an estimated 100 million viruses in a milliliter of your average sea water, which—if you do the math—means that there are 1.3 £ 10 viruses in all of the Earth’s oceans. Add to… (More)
DOI: 10.4161/21645515.2014.986994

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