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Bodmer et al. 2000

Bodmer, T., Miltner, E. and Bermudez, L.E. 2000. Mycobacterium avium resists exposure to the acidic conditions of the stomach. FEMS Microbiol Lttrs 182, 45-49. -- View this resource on PubMed.

Boeck WC 1921

Boeck WC. 1921. The thermal-death point of the human intestinal protozoan cysts. Amer J Hyg 1:365-387. -- View this resource on Oxford Journals.

Boehmer et al. 2009

Boehmer et al. 2009. Cryptosporidiosis from a community swimming pool: outbreak investigation and follow-up study. Epidemiol Infect 11:1-4. -- -- View this resource on PubMed.

Bohrerova and Linden 2006a

Bohrerova and Linden. 2006a. Ultraviolet and chlorine disinfection of mycobacterium in wastewater: effect of aggregation. Water Environ Res 7:565-571. -- View this resource on PubMed.

Bohrerova and Linden 2006b

Bohrerova and Linden. 2006b. Assessment of DNA damage and repair in Mycobacterium terrae after exposure to UV irradiation. J Appl Microbiol 101, 995-1001. -- View this resource on PubMed.

Bollin et al. 1985

Bollin GE, Plouffe JF, Para MF, and B. Hackman. 1985. Aerosols containing Legionella pneumophila generated by shower heads and hot-water faucets. Appl Environ Microbiol 50:1128–1131. -- View this resource on PubMed.

Bomo et al. 2004

Bomo A, M Storey, and N Ashbolt. 2004. Detection, integration and persistence of aeromonads in water distribution pipe biofilms. J Water Health 2:83-96. -- View this resource on PubMed.

Bopp et al. 2003

Bopp DJ et al. 2003. Detection, isolation, and molecular subtyping of Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Campylobacter jejuni associated with a large waterborne outbreak. J Clin Microbiol 41:174-180. -- View this resource on PubMed.

Borchardt et al. 2003

Borchardt M A, M E Stemper, and J H Standridge. 2003. Aeromonas isolates from human diarrheic stool and groundwater compared by PFGE. Emerg Infect Dis 9:224-228. -- View this resource on PubMed.

Borchardt et al. 2007

Borchardt MA et al. 2007. Human enteric viruses in groundwater from a confined bedrock aquifer. Environ Sci Technol 41:6606-6612. -- View this resource on PubMed.

Borchardt et al. 2009

Borchardt, M.A., Spencer, S.K., Bertz, P.D., Ware, M.W., Dubey, J.P., and Alan Lindquist, H.D. (2009). Concentrating Toxoplasma gondii and Cyclospora cayetanensis from surface water and drinking water by continuous separation channel centrifugation. J Appl Microbiol 107, 1089-1097. -- View this resource on PubMed.

Borell et al. 1997

Borell N, S G Acinas, M J Figueras, and A J Martinez-Murcia. 1997. Identification of Aeromonas clinical isolates by restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of PCR amplified 16S rRNA genes. J Clin Microbiol 35:1671-1674. -- View this resource on PubMed.

Borella et al. 2004

Borella P et al. 2004. Legionella infection risk from domestic hot water. Emerg Infect Dis 10: 457–464. -- View this resource on PubMed.

Bosch A 1998

Bosch A 1998. Human enteric viruses in the water environment: a minireview. Internatl Microbiol 1:191–196. -- View this resource on PubMed.

Bosch et al. 2004

Bosch A, RM Pintó, J Comas, and FX Abad. 2004. Detection of infectious rotaviruses by flow cytometry. Methods Mol Biol 268: 61-68. -- View this resource on PubMed.

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