Inactivation of enteric adenovirus and feline calicivirus by chlorine dioxide

Jeanette A. Thurston-Enriquez, Charles N. Haas, Joseph Jacangelo, Charles P Gerba

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Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) inactivation experiments were conducted with adenovirus type 40 (AD40) and feline calicivirus (FCV). Experiments were carried out in buffered, disinfectant demand-free water under high- and low-pH and -temperature conditions. Ct values (the concentration of ClO2 multiplied by contact time with the virus) were calculated directly from bench-scale experiments and from application of the efficiency factor Hom (EFH) model. AD40 Ct ranges for 4-log inactivation (Ct99.99%) at 5°C were >0.77 to <1.53 mg/liter × min and >0.80 to <1.59 mg/liter × min for pH 6 and 8, respectively. For 15°C AD40 experiments, >0.49 to <0.74 mg/liter × min and <0.12 mg/liter × min Ct99.99% ranges were observed for pH 6 and 8, respectively. FCV Ct99.99% ranges for 5°C experiments were >20.20 to <30.30 mg/liter × min and >0.68 mg/liter × min for pH 6 and 8, respectively. For 15°C FCV experiments, Ct99.99% ranges were >4.20 to <6.72 and <0.18 mg/liter × min for pH 6 and 8, respectively. Viral inactivation was higher at pH 8 than at pH 6 and at 15°C than at 5°C. Comparison of Ct values and inactivation curves demonstrated that the EFH model described bench-scale experiment data very well. Observed bench-scale Ct99.99% ranges and EFH model Ct99.99% values demonstrated that FCV is more resistant to ClO2 than AD40 for the conditions studied. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency guidance manual Ct 99.99% values are higher than Ct99.99% values calculated from bench-scale experiments and from EFH model application.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)3100-3105
Number of pages6
JournalApplied and Environmental Microbiology
Volume71
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 2005

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Inactivation of enteric adenovirus and feline calicivirus by chlorine dioxide. / Thurston-Enriquez, Jeanette A.; Haas, Charles N.; Jacangelo, Joseph; Gerba, Charles P.

In: Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Vol. 71, No. 6, 06.2005, p. 3100-3105.

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Thurston-Enriquez, Jeanette A. ; Haas, Charles N. ; Jacangelo, Joseph ; Gerba, Charles P. / Inactivation of enteric adenovirus and feline calicivirus by chlorine dioxide. In: Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 2005 ; Vol. 71, No. 6. pp. 3100-3105.
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