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Variation in detection limits between bacterial growth phases and precision of an ATP bioluminescence systemVOGEL, S. J; TANK, M; GOODYEAR, N et al.Letters in applied microbiology. 2014, Vol 58, Num 4, pp 370-375, issn 0266-8254, 6 p.Article

The retention of bacteria on hygienic surfaces presenting scratches of microbial dimensionsVERRAN, J; PACKER, A; KELLY, P et al.Letters in applied microbiology. 2010, Vol 50, Num 3, pp 258-263, issn 0266-8254, 6 p.Article

Community-based infections and the potential role of common touch surfaces as vectors for the transmission of infectious agents in home and community settingsSCOTT, Elizabeth.American journal of infection control. 2013, Vol 41, Num 11, pp 1087-1092, issn 0196-6553, 6 p.Article

Sporulation of Bacillus spp. within biofilms: A potential source of contamination in food processing environmentsFAILLE, C; BENEZECH, T; MIDELET-BOURDIN, G et al.Food microbiology. 2014, Vol 40, pp 64-74, issn 0740-0020, 11 p.Article

How clean is clean? Proposed methods for hospital cleaning assessmentAL-HAMAD, A; MAXWELL, S.The Journal of hospital infection. 2008, Vol 70, Num 4, pp 328-334, issn 0195-6701, 7 p.Article

How do we assess hospital cleaning? A proposal for microbiological standards for surface hygiene in hospitalsDANCER, S. J.The Journal of hospital infection. 2004, Vol 56, Num 1, pp 10-15, issn 0195-6701, 6 p.Article

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