Relationships between common water bacteria and pathogens in drinking-water

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6 Relationships between common water bacteria and pathogens in drinking-water H. Leclerc 6.1 INTRODUCTION To perform a risk analysis for pathogens in drinking-water, it is necessary, on the one hand, to promote epidemiological studies, such as prospective cohort and case–control studies. It is also appropriate, on the other hand, to better understand the ecology of these microorganisms, especially in analysing in detail the interactions between common water bacteria and pathogens in such diverse habitats as free water and biofilms. It appears essential to distinguish two categories of drinking-water sources: surface water and groundwater under the direct influence of surface water

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@inproceedings{Leclerc2003RelationshipsBC, title={Relationships between common water bacteria and pathogens in drinking-water}, author={H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Leclerc}, year={2003} }