4 edition of [Rapid system to quantitatively characterize the airborne microbial community] found in the catalog.
[Rapid system to quantitatively characterize the airborne microbial community]
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||submitted by Microbial Insights, Inc.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA/CR 207474., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-207474.|
|Contributions||Microbial Insights, Inc., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Concentrated animal-feeding operations (CAFOs) are considered a source of airborne human pathogens and antibiotic resistance genes. Although bacterial abundance and diversity have been well studied, limited information on the size distribution of bioaerosols has prevented a clear understanding of the health effects of exposure to bioaerosols from by: Rapid Microbiological Methods. Welcome to the most comprehensive online resource for rapid microbiology technologies, regulatory policy, validation strategies, return on investment, industry news, current trends and expert training and consulting.
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Sanitation | June/July Airborne Contamination: A Microbiologist’s Perspective. By Jeffrey L. Kornacki, Ph.D. The role of airborne contamination of processed foods is controversial and fraught with contradictory opinions.[1,2} Some feel that airborne contamination of foods is of great public health significance, whereas others feel it is of little importance. A study was undertaken to assess the levels of airborne contamination in a changing room during use. To assess this, a changing room was examined under different conditions: at-rest; occupied (with different numbers of personnel); and post-use. For the assessment, a novel rapid microbiological method was used.
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[Sarah J MacNaughton; Microbial Insights, Inc.; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Microbial Parameters of Bacteria in Clouds • Bacterial abundance • bacterial C-production • length • width • cell volume • biomass • generation time • Ca.
ml-1 (comparable to unpolluted groundwater) • 12 ng C l d-1 • 0,75µm • 0,37µm • 0,µm³ (comparable to ultra -oligotrophic high mountain lakes) • 24ng. Not only does human occupancy affect the total airborne microbial load but it also affects the community structure [27, 29].Meadow et al.  found that microbial communities in indoor air were significantly influenced by ventilation and gh community structure in indoor air was closely associated with that of outdoor air, human-associated Cited by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
A rapid culture independent methodology to quantitatively detect and identify common human bacterial pathogens associated with contaminated high purity water. Minogue E(1), Tuite NL(2), Smith CJ(3), Reddington K(4), Barry T(5).Cited by: 4. Water and High Purity Water (HPW) distribution systems can be contaminated with human pathogenic microorganisms.
This biocontamination may pose a risk to human health as HPW is commonly used in the industrial, pharmaceutical and clinical sectors. Currently, routine microbiological testing of HPW is performed using slow and labour intensive traditional Cited by: 4.
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The Manual of Environmental Microbiology, Fourth Edition, provides comprehensive coverage of this critical and growing field. Concentrations of total airborne microbes at various air quality levels.
The AQI value of PM was used to characterize air quality levels in this study. Six air quality levels were used for the evaluation: excellent (0−50), good (51−), lightly polluted (−), moderate polluted (−), heavily polluted (−), and Cited by: Airborne microbes can move directly, from person to person through respiration, ingestion, and dermal contact or indirectly, from waste handling and loading of sewage, biosolids or animal wastes (Earth Materials and Health, pg).
Also, fungal spores released by soil fungi into the wind can be a natural mechanism of transportation. Therefore a new era in medical microbiology is demanding a rapid transition from current procedures to high throughput analytical systems for the diagnosis of microbial pathogens.
This book. Airborne microorganisms Airborne particles are a major cause of respiratory ailments of humans, causing allergies, asthma, and pathogenic infections of the respiratory tract. Airborne fungal spores are also important agents of plant disease, and the means for dissemination of many common saprotrophic (saprophytic) fungi.
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community. The diversity has also been defined according to information theory, as the amount and distribution of information in an assemblage or community (Torsvik et al., ).
Microbial diversity refers unequivocally to biological diversity at three levels: within species (genetic), species number (species) and community.
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The Mediterranean Sea is an oligotrophic to ultra-oligotrophic marginal sea, which neighbors northern Africa (a major source of natural aerosols) and Europe (a source of mostly anthropogenic aerosols).Cited by: 1.
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