Health Significance of bacteria in distribution systems - Review of Mycobacterium SPP
ISBN: 1 84057 011 3
Reviews the literature on mycobacterium and discusses its detection and its relation to disease. Discusses the occurrence of mycobacterium in natural waters and in mains and domestic waters. There were few reports linking a disease process with mycobacterium. Describes methods for the treatment and control of mycobacterium.
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