57 items found for "App note 44XXX wastewater"
- Nanotrap® Microbiome A and B Particles can be Combined to Improve Microbe Capture from Wastewater
APPLICATION NOTE SKU 10XXX SKU 65XXX Download full application note here Key Advantages > Nanotrap® Introduction Wastewater-based epidemiology has become widely recognized as a powerful tool to identify Many of the efforts to date have been focused on developing wastewater testing methods that can enable Nanotrap particle methods have also enabled detection of monkeypox and hepatitis A virus in wastewater In this application note, we show that Nanotrap Microbiome A Particles and Nanotrap Microbiome B Particles
- Bacterial metatranscriptomes in wastewater can differentiate virally infected human populations
bioRxiv, February 2022 ABSTRACT: Monitoring wastewater samples at building-level resolution screens large Here we perform untargeted metatranscriptomics on virally-enriched wastewater samples from 10 locations emergent threats through changes in the human microbiome, suggesting new approaches for untargeted wastewater-based
- Intensity of sample processing methods impacts wastewater SARS-CoV-2 whole genome sequencing
"Intensity of sample processing methods impacts wastewater SARS-CoV-2 whole genome amplicon sequencing outcomes" Science of The Total Environment, June 2023 ABSTRACT: Wastewater SARS-CoV-2 surveillance has Genomic surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater, particularly the efforts for whole genome sequencing The intrinsic sample limitations are inherent to wastewater. samples, played important roles in wastewater SARS-CoV-2 amplicon sequencing.
- Wastewater Surveillance of U.S. Coast Guard Installations and Seagoing Military Vessels
"Wastewater Surveillance of U.S. A pilot study of wastewater testing was initiated in February, 2021 to determine its feasibility as a Wastewater was analyzed for the presence of two viral genes, N and E, and quantified relative to levels Wastewater data was validated by comparison with concomitant screening and surveillance programs that strategic locations and is actively continuing its wastewater testing program.
- Wastewater sequencing uncovers early, cryptic SARS-CoV-2 variant transmission
SARS-CoV-2 RNA concentration in wastewater successfully tracks regional infection dynamics and provides Tracking virus genomic sequences in wastewater would improve community prevalence estimates and detect However, two factors limit wastewater-based genomic surveillance: low-quality sequence data and inability Here, we resolve these critical issues to perform a high-resolution, 295-day wastewater and clinical Our study provides a scalable solution for wastewater genomic surveillance that allows early detection
- WBE: Handling qPCR Nondetects and Comparing Spatially Granular Wastewater and Clinical Data Trends
"Wastewater-Based Epidemiology for COVID-19: Handling qPCR Nondetects and Comparing Spatially Granular Wastewater and Clinical Data Trends" ACS EST Water July, 2022 ABSTRACT: Wastewater-based epidemiology While community-scale wastewater and clinical data frequently correlate, less is known about subcommunity Moreover, nondetects in qPCR wastewater data are typically handled through methods known to bias results We also present a novel framework for spatially aligning clinical data with wastewater data collected
- Model training periods impact estimation of COVID-19 incidence from wastewater viral loads
Science of the Total Environment, February 2023 ABSTRACT: Wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) has been As the wastewater (WW) becomes an increasingly important indicator for COVID-19 transmission, more robust
- Quantifying relationship of SARS-CoV-2 wastewater concentrations, building-level COVID-19 prevalence
Quantifying the Relationship between SARS-CoV-2 Wastewater Concentrations and Building-Level COVID-19 Consequently, wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) approaches have been implemented globally as a public The majority of wastewater specimens are gathered as either composite samples via automatic samplers obtained here highlight the success of passive sampling utilizing tampons to capture SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater
- Rapid, large-scale wastewater surveillance enabled early detection of nearly 85% of COVID-19 cases
American Society For Microbiology, mSystems, July 2021 Rapid, large-scale wastewater surveillance and A university campus could especially benefit from wastewater surveillance as they are characterized by Sixty-eight automated wastewater samplers were deployed to monitor 239 campus buildings with a focus An automated wastewater notification system was developed to alert residents to a positive wastewater Covid-19 testing rates increased by 1.9-13X following wastewater notifications.
- Capture and Concentrate Microbes Causing Sexually Transmitted Infections from Urine
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- Comparison of Nanotrap® Microbiome Particles, membrane filtration, and skim milk workflows...
Optimization of Nanotrap® Microbiome Particle methods for Concentrating SARS-CoV-2 from Small Volume Wastewater July 2023 Introduction: Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) RNA monitoring in wastewater Grab (quantitative) and passive samples (qualitative) are two distinct wastewater sampling methods. Results: Adding ER1 to wastewater prior to viral concentration significantly improved viral concentration Spiking known genome copies (GC) of inactivated SARS-CoV-2 into 10 mL wastewater indicated that the limit
- When Case Reporting Becomes Untenable: Can Sewer Networks Tell Us Where COVID-19 Transmission Occurs
Water Research, February 2023 ABSTRACT: Monitoring SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater is a valuable approach to Designing wastewater surveillance (WWS) with representative sampling sites and quantifiable results requires From March 2021 to April 2022, 868 wastewater samples were collected from influent lines to wastewater Community sites with high SARS-CoV-2 detection rates in wastewater covered high COVID-19 incidence areas