Published in Health and Medicine Week, October 27th, 2003
According to recent research from China, "A study was conducted to compare the current conventional method and the impedance method for rapid detection of total counts of bacteria and fungi in bottled purified water."
"The results indicated that the corresponding detection rate for the two methods was 94.5 and 90.4%, respectively," reported J. C. Huang and colleagues at the Chinese Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Guangzhou. "The detection time was shortened from 48 hours (bacteria) and 5 days (fungi) to 14.5...
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