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Inactivation of Ascaris Eggs in Human Fecal Material Through In Situ Production of Carboxylic Acids

Environmental Science & Technology

Aug 2, 2017

Lauren A HarroffLargus T Angenent

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Discovering new ways to inactivate pathogens in human waste is critical for the improvement of worldwide access to sanitation and for the reduction of the environmental impact of conventional waste treatment processes. Here, we utilized the carboxylate platform and chain elongation to p...read more

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Hexanoic acid, sodium salt, 1-(11)C-labeled
Ascaris
Hexanoic Acids
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Inactivation of Ascaris Eggs in Human Fecal Material Through In Situ Production of Carboxylic Acids

Environmental Science & Technology

Aug 2, 2017

Lauren A HarroffLargus T Angenent

PMID: 28759229

DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.7b02014

Abstract

Discovering new ways to inactivate pathogens in human waste is critical for the improvement of worldwide access to sanitation and for the reduction of the environmental impact of conventional waste treatment processes. Here, we utilized the carboxylate platform and chain elongation to p...read more

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Environmental Sludge
Pathogenic Organism
Environment
Hexanoic acid, sodium salt, 1-(11)C-labeled
Ascaris
Hexanoic Acids
Physiological Sludge
In Situ
2
31
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