Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, August 5th, 2003
In the study, behavior patterns of poliovirus 1, norovirus and feline calicivirus f9 were monitored when strains of each were submerged in mineral water ranging in temperature. Results showed that warmer temperatures had a significant impact on infectious viruses, while temperature in general had little effect on corresponding genomes. Additionally, the researchers found that infectious particles were more likely to diminish at a faster rate than viral genomes at all temperatures tested in this study.
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