METHODS FOR RECOVERING VIRUSES FROM THE WATER ENVIRONMENT.

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Abstract

The most promising methods and principles to remove viruses from water are considered. Many biochemical procedures used for concentrating and purifying proteins have been explored in the development of methods for concentrating viruses from water. Viruses are largely protein, and methods useful for concentrating macromolecular proteins such as phase partition, immunochemical, precipitation, and adsorption techniques have been applied to the concentration of viruses from water. In practice, many of these methods are highly effective in the laboratory for concentrating viruses, but their application is often limited to use with highly contaminated waters.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationViral Pollut of the Environ
PublisherCRC Press Inc
Pages19-35
Number of pages17
ISBN (Print)0849362458
StatePublished - 1983

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Viruses
Water
Proteins
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Gerba, C. P. (1983). METHODS FOR RECOVERING VIRUSES FROM THE WATER ENVIRONMENT. In Viral Pollut of the Environ (pp. 19-35). CRC Press Inc.

METHODS FOR RECOVERING VIRUSES FROM THE WATER ENVIRONMENT. / Gerba, Charles P.

Viral Pollut of the Environ. CRC Press Inc, 1983. p. 19-35.

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Gerba, CP 1983, METHODS FOR RECOVERING VIRUSES FROM THE WATER ENVIRONMENT. in Viral Pollut of the Environ. CRC Press Inc, pp. 19-35.
Gerba CP. METHODS FOR RECOVERING VIRUSES FROM THE WATER ENVIRONMENT. In Viral Pollut of the Environ. CRC Press Inc. 1983. p. 19-35
Gerba, Charles P. / METHODS FOR RECOVERING VIRUSES FROM THE WATER ENVIRONMENT. Viral Pollut of the Environ. CRC Press Inc, 1983. pp. 19-35
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