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    Info on bacteria could be found from: This link was broken when checked on Dec. 2006MicroBioNet: "to provide microbiological information on a timely basis to a global reader base and has been created for anyone interested in learning about Microbiology."

    This link was checked on Dec. 2006DSMZ:: "Deutsche Sammlung von Mikroorganismen und Zellkulturen GmbH (German Collection of Microorganisms and Cell Cultures), a comprehensive resource centre of microorganisms, plant, human and animal cell lines, and plant viruses in Europe offering industry and academic research authentic, genetically stable biological material."

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      This link was checked on Dec. 2006DSMZ: German Collection of Microorganisms and Cell Cultures
      "to the acquisition, characterization and identification, preservation and distribution of Bacteria, Archaea, fungi, plasmids, phages, human and animal cell lines, plant cell cultures and plant viruses."- good source also for media names

      This link was broken when checked on Dec. 2006MicroBioNet
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    Bacteria, molds, and toxins in water-damaged building materials, by Andersson, M. A., M. Nikulin, U. Ko Ljalg, M. C. Andersson, F. Rainey, K. Reijula, E.-L. Hintikka, And M. Salkinoja-Salonen, 1997
    Characteristics of airborne actinomycete spores, by Reponen, T.A., Gazenko, S.V., Grinshpun, S.A., Willeke, K. and Cole, E.C, 1998
    bacteria consideration in building code
    Developments in performance-based building codes and standards, by Foliente, G. C., 2000
    bacteria as microbial contamination
    Microbial contamination of indoor air, by Miller, J.D., Mendes, N., 1992
    Modeling moisture damage and its association with occupant health symptoms, by Haverinen, U. et al, 2001
    Moisture damage in schools - symptoms and indoor air microbes, by Meklin, T., Husman, T. and Vepselainen, A., 2000
    Mold, bacteria,dugs: a new tool for tracing microbiological problems hidden in building construction, by Lundin L. and Nodby, O. K., 2002
    Surface properties of microbial cells probed at the nanometre scale with atomic force microscopy, by Boonaert, C. J. P., Rouxhet, P. G. and Dufrene, Y. F., 2000
    Toxic-metabolite-producing bacteria and fungus in an indoor environment, by Peltola, J., M. A. Andersson, T. Haahtela, H. Mussalo-Rauhamaa, F. A. Rainey, R. M. Kroppenstedt, and R. A. Samson, 2002

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