Colifagos como indicadores virais:
Comparação entre métodos padronizados de enumeração
Palavras-chave:Fagos, Indicadores, Vírus entéricos, Tratamento de esgoto
Esta revisão sistemática de literatura objetivou agrupar e analisar dados de colifagos (concentrações e eficiências de remoção) obtidos pelos dois métodos analíticos padronizados disponíveis, USEPA (EUA) e ISO (União Europeia). Um total de 39 artigos científicos foram considerados. Constatou-se dificuldade para obter e comparar dados de colifagos de diferentes ETEs e regiões geográficas, o que pode ser justificado pela falta de informação sobre os métodos utilizados. Observou-se que o método ISO é mais aplicado do que o método USEPA, além de resultados discrepantes de concentrações e eficiências de remoção obtidos a partir das duas metodologias. Posto isto, propõe-se futuras pesquisas de comparação entre as duas técnicas.
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