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Volume 13
Issue 4
Online publication date 2012-12-15
Title The influence of Coli form bacteria (CFB)contamination in urbanized areas on acute enteric infection (AEI) morbidity of population
Author Maria Omarova, Lyazat Orakbay, Idelbay Shuratov, Aizhan Dzhumagalieva, Asya Kenzhebaeva
Abstract In Kazakhstan, studies of bacterial contamination of the territory and its relationship to morbidity of the population have not been conducted so far. In this connection, the study and estimation of biological indicators - markers of the microbial contamination of environmental  objects, determination of the causal relationships between revealed factor and state of population health in Kazakhstan becomes important and necessary. Observations were conducted in the towns and villages in five regions of Kazakhstan, which differ by the nature of industrial and agricultural activities.
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Keywords Urbanization, bacterial contamination, coli form bacteria
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.15208/mhsj.2012.60
Pages 51-53
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