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Airborne microbiology in enclosed spaces through molecular approach

Abstract : Air is an effective vector for microorganisms but its microbial content is still few described. However, airborne microorganisms are common microbial contaminants in indoor environments. This work aims to use molecular tools in order to consider airborne microbial diversity and load. Such study could provide a better description of indoor airborne microbiology.
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Carole Gaüzère, Marina Moletta-Denat, Sebastien Ritoux, Enric Robine, J.J. Godon. Airborne microbiology in enclosed spaces through molecular approach. IAC2010, 14th International Aerosol Conference, Aug 2010, Helsinki, Finland. ⟨hal-03710511⟩



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