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TitleDetection and quantification of Pseudomonas species, including P. aeruginosa, in cooling tower water using a genus-specific Illumina-based approach
Study TypeOther
Abstract Pseudomonas species are frequent inhabitants of freshwater environments and often colonisers of water supply networks via bioadhesion and biofilm formation. P. aeruginosa is the most characterized species of the genus and the most commonly associated to human disease, causing a wide variety of infec .. [more]
Description Pseudomonas species are frequent inhabitants of freshwater environments and often colonisers of water supply networks via bioadhesion and biofilm formation. P. aeruginosa is the most characterized species of the genus and the most commonly associated to human disease, causing a wide variety of infec .. [more]
Center NameHELMHOLTZ CENTER FOR INFECTION RESEARCH