Rapid dead-end ultrafiltration concentration and biosensor detection of enterococci from beach waters of Southern California.

@article{Leskinen2009RapidDU,
  title={Rapid dead-end ultrafiltration concentration and biosensor detection of enterococci from beach waters of Southern California.},
  author={Stephaney D. Leskinen and Vivienne J. Harwood and Daniel V. Lim},
  journal={Journal of water and health},
  year={2009},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={
          674-84
        }
}
Same-day microbial water quality assessments are not possible with standard methods, which increases the possibility of public exposure to fecal pathogens. This study examined the efficacy of high-volume hollow fibre ultrafiltration coupled to biosensor detection for enterococci in marine waters to allow same-day public notification of poor water quality. Fifty-six 1001 ultrafiltered samples and 100 ml grab samples were collected weekly from May to July 2007. Post-ultrafiltration processing… CONTINUE READING

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