Skip Nav Destination
Bacteriophages infecting various bacteroides fragilis strains differ in their capacity to distinguish human from animal faecal pollution
Water Sci Technol (1997) 35 (11-12): 359–362.
This article has been cited by the following articles in journals that are participating in CrossRef Cited-by Linking.
Application ofBacteroides fragilis phage as an alternative indicator of sewage pollution in Tampa Bay, Florida
- Molly R. McLaughlin
- Joan B. Rose
Estuaries and Coasts (2006) 29 (2): 246.
- Susan D. Richardson
Analytical Chemistry (1999) 71 (12): 181.
Distribution of the human faecal bacterium Bacteroides fragilis, its bacteriophages and their relationship to current sewage pollution indicators in bathing water
- G. Bradley
- J. Carter
- D. Gaudie
- C. King
Journal of Applied Microbiology (1998) 85 (S1): 90S.