Health Significance of Bacteria in Distribution Systems : Review of Yersinia
ISBN: 1 84057 133 0
Reviews the literature on the Yersinia genus of neterotrophic bacteria. Reports their effect on human health. Examines the effect of copper, chlorine, pH and temperature on their variability and virulence. Shows that there is no evidence of human yersiniosis infection in the UK by the presence of such organisms in drinking water.
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