An environmental survey of surface waters using mitochondrial DNA from human, bovine and porcine origin as fecal source tracking markers

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  2. National Research Council of Canada. Human Health Therapeutics
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SubjectDNA; River pollution; Urban growth; Watersheds; Anthropogenic activity; Bacteroidales HF183; Environmental surveys; Fecal sources; Human fecal pollution; Mitochondrial DNA; Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA); Water-borne pathogens; biological marker; surface water; cattle; concentration (composition); fecal coliform; feces; genetic marker; human activity; water pollution; animal cell; bacterial strain; Bacteroidales; environmental monitoring; fecal coliform; feces; human cell; mitochondrion; polymerase chain reaction; real time polymerase chain reaction; rural area; swine; urban area; water contamination; water sampling; Bovinae; Sus
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