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In-situ Detection of Microbes

There is considerable interest in the real-time assessment of the microbial load in a sample. Outbreaks of food-and waterborne disease highlight the need for robust instrumentation that does not suffer from the need for prior outgrowth of target microbial cells. Any method that relies on cellular outgrowth prior to physico-chemical interrogation potentially suffers from differential growth kinetics of various cells in the original sample.

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