The potential spread of infection caused by aerosol contamination of surfaces after flushing a domestic toilet

@article{Barker2005ThePS,
  title={The potential spread of infection caused by aerosol contamination of surfaces after flushing a domestic toilet},
  author={J. Barker and M. V. Jones},
  journal={Journal of Applied Microbiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={99}
}
Aims:  To determine the level of aerosol formation and fallout within a toilet cubicle after flushing a toilet contaminated with indicator organisms at levels required to mimic pathogen shedding during infectious diarrhoea. 
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