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US9145541B2 Microorganism concentration process

A process for capturing or concentrating microorganisms for detection or assay comprises (a) providing a particulate concentration agent that comprises gamma-FeO(OH); (b) providing a

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WO2009085357A2 Microorganism concentration process

C — CHEMISTRY; METALLURGY; C12 — BIOCHEMISTRY; BEER; SPIRITS; WINE; VINEGAR; MICROBIOLOGY; ENZYMOLOGY; MUTATION OR GENETIC ENGINEERING; C12Q —

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MICROORGANISM CONCENTRATION PROCESS Patent

02-10-2008· A process for capturing or concentrating microorganisms for detection or assay comprises (a) providing a particulate concentration agent that comprises gamma-FeO(OH); (b) providing a fluid sample comprising at least one microorganism strain; and (c) contacting the concentration agent with the sample such that at least a portion of the concentration agent is dispersed in the sample and at least a portion of the at least one microorganism

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MICROORGANISM CONCENTRATION PROCESS Patent

02-10-2008· A process for capturing or concentrating microorganisms for detection or assay comprises (a) providing a particulate concentration agent that comprises gamma-FeO(OH) (b) providing a fluid sample comprising at least one microorganism strain and (c) contacting the concentration agent with the sample such that at least a portion of the concentration agent is dispersed in the sample and at least a portion of the at least one microorganism

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MICROORGANISM CONCENTRATION PROCESS Patent

02-10-2008· A process for capturing or concentrating microorganisms for detection or assay comprises (a) providing a concentration agent that comprises an amorphous metal silicate and that has a surface composition having a metal atom to silicon atom ratio of less than or equal to about 0.5, as determined by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) (b) providing a sample comprising at least one microorganism strain and (c) contacting the concentration

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US20100190171A1 Microorganism concentration process

13-06-2017· US20100190171A1 US12/678,362 US67836208A US2010190171A1 US 20100190171 A1 US20100190171 A1 US 20100190171A1 US 67836208 A US67836208 A US 67836208A US 2010190171 A1 US2010190171 A

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CN103221550A Microorganism concentration process

A process for capturing or concentrating microorganisms for detection or assay comprises (a) providing a concentration device comprising (1) a porous fibrous

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Microorganism concentration process

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Concentration of microorganisms BODE SCIENCE CENTER

Use our concentrate calculator. Reprocessing of wipes dispensers. Products for disinfection and hygiene. New manual reprocessing procedure for wipes dispensers. Microorganism density on different skin areas of the hands « Back. About HARTMANN.

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Bioconcentration an overview ScienceDirect Topics

For the aquatic organisms three main phenomena can be cited: bioconcentration (process in which the chemical concentration in an aquatic organism exceeds that in water as a result of exposure to waterborne chemical, usually where the chemical is taken up only from water via the respiratory surfaces such as gills and/or the skin), biomagnification (process in which the chemical concentration in an aquatic organism exceeds that in the organism

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MICROORGANISM CONCENTRATION PROCESS Patent

02-10-2008· MICROORGANISM CONCENTRATION PROCESS (PAT US2010190171) KSHIRSAGAR MANJIRI T, KSHIRSAGAR TUSHAR A,WOOD THOMAS E. Patent: Patent Appl. Publ. within the TVPP United States. Application: US20080678362 on 2008-10-02. Publication: 2010-07-29. Abstract. A process

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EP 2649194 A2 20131016 MICROORGANISM

410442561 EP 2649194 A2 20131016 MICROORGANISM CONCENTRATION PROCESS AND DEVICE [origin: WO2012078374A2] A process for capturing or concentrating microorganisms for detection or assay comprises (a) providing a concentration device comprising (1) a porous fibrous nonwoven matrix and (2) a plurality of particles of at least one concentration agent that comprises

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Microorganism concentration process

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MICROORGANISM CONCENTRATION PROCESS AND

22-03-2010· MICROORGANISM CONCENTRATION PROCESS AND DEVICE (PAT US2012009569) KSHIRSAGAR MANJIRI T, RABINS ANDREW W. Patent: Patent Appl. Publ. within the TVPP United States. Application: US201013257406 on 2010-03-22. Publication: 2012-01-12. Abstract. A process

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MICROORGANISM CONCENTRATION PROCESS AND

MICROORGANISM CONCENTRATION PROCESS AND CONCENTRATION AGENT FOR USE THEREIN . European Patent Application EP2516984 . Kind Code: A4 . Inventors: KSHIRSAGAR MANJIRI T (US) Application Number: EP20100840014 . Publication Date: 06/12/2013 .

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Bioconcentration an overview ScienceDirect Topics

For the aquatic organisms three main phenomena can be cited: bioconcentration (process in which the chemical concentration in an aquatic organism exceeds that in water as a result of exposure to waterborne chemical, usually where the chemical is taken up only from water via the respiratory surfaces such as gills and/or the skin), biomagnification (process in which the chemical concentration in

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Minimum inhibitory concentration Wikipedia

In microbiology, the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) is the lowest concentration of a chemical, usually a drug, which prevents visible growth of a bacterium or bacteria. MIC depends on the microorganism, the affected human being (in vivo only), and the antibiotic itself. It is often expressed in micrograms per milliliter (μg/mL) or milligrams per liter (mg/L).

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Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) Testing

Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) assays determine the lowest concentration of an antimicrobial agent that prevents visible growth of a microorganism. Minimum Bactericidal Concentration (MBC) and Minimum Fungicidal Concentration (MFC) assays determine the lowest concentration of an antimicrobial agent required to achieve bactericidal and fungicidal killing, defined

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Food-to-Mass (F:M) Ratio The Wastewater Blog

19-12-2016· Introduction Before going into a detailed discussion of the F:M (food-to-mass or food-to-microorganism) ratio I want to let you know about changing views toward this process control parameter. Here are two opposing examples, the first from 1988 and the second from 2011. == This ratio, called the food-to-microorganism or food/mass (F/M) ratio, can be measured and is an important

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Combined influences of process parameters on

20-11-2020· Regulation of process parameters is a cost-effective approach to control microorganism-derived dissolved organic nitrogen (mDON) formation in low-temperature biological wastewater conditions. However, the integrated influence of multiple parameters in this process is poorly defined.

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