drice at drice.ehs.colostate.edu
Mon Jan 22 12:57:23 EST 1996
In article <n1389824004.25986 at tcell.dnax.org> weiss at dnax.org ("Mary Weiss") writes:
>From: weiss at dnax.org ("Mary Weiss")
>Subject: Fungal counts
>Date: 22 Jan 1996 08:17:58 -0800
>Does anyone know of any studies on the types and numbers(CFUs) of molds found
>in houses or apartments. I'm sure it has been studied for larger structures
>such as office buildings but have houses been studied? If you have any
>information I would appreciate your help.
Try these articles as a good starting place. If these don't help, give me a
call or send an E-mail. I have about 200 articles dealing with airborne
bacteria and mold. Good luck:
"Bioaerosol Concentrations in Noncomplaint, Complaint, and Intervention Homes
in the Midwest." Am. Ind. Hygiene Assoc. J. V56: 573-580. 1995.
"Airborne Characterization of Fungi Indooors and Outdoors." J. Aersol Sci.,
V23 Suppl. 1: S667-S670. 1992.
"Airborne Cladosporium and Other Fungi in Damp Versus Reference Residences."
Atmospheric Environment Vol. 26B. #1: 121-124. 1992.
Doug Rice: Laboratory Director; Environmental Quality Laboratory
Microbiology of water, food, soil, and air.
Colorado State University: Ft Collins, Colorado.
e-mail: drice at vines.colostate.edu voice: (970) 491-6503
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