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Animal Feces Contribute to Domestic Fecal Contamination : Evidencefrom E. coli Measured in Water, Hands, Food, Flies, and Soil in Bangladesh (English)

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Fecal-oral pathogens are transmitted through complex, environmentally mediated pathways. Sanitation interventions that isolate human feces from the environment may reduce transmission but have shown limited impact on environmental contamination. The authors...  See More +

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  • Ercumen, Ayse; Pickering, Amy J.; Kwong, Laura H.; Arnold, Benjamin Ford; Parvez, Sarker Masud; Alam, Mahfuja; Sen, Debashis; Islam, Sharmin; Kullmann, Craig Phillip; Chase, Claire; Ahmed, Rokeya; Unicomb, Leanne; Luby, Stephen P.; Colford Jr., John M.;
  • 2017/07/07 08:17:01
  • 136135
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  • Bangladesh
  • South Asia
  • 2019/04/17 08:10:26
  • Disclosed
  • Animal Feces Contribute to Domestic Fecal Contamination : Evidencefrom E. coli Measured in Water, Hands, Food, Flies, and Soil in Bangladesh
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