Proper assessment of pathogens in water quality monitoring is a key factor for decision-making regarding water distribution infrastructure, the choice of best water treatment, and prevention of waterborne disease outbreaks.
As leaders in the field of microbiological testing and analysis, the Australian Water Quality Centre (AWQC) has an unrivalled track record of developing and validating more effective testing methods for the detection of waterborne pathogens in the interests of protecting public health.
For these reasons, we have developed this guide to provide you insight into:
- some of the limitations of current microscopy and culture-based testing methods
- how the latest innovations in DNA testing are key to understanding water contamination risks and making informed decisions to prevent waterborne disease outbreaks
- the wide range of applications for molecular testing for waterborne pathogens.
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