Brick dust

Em ekhatipoREMOVE at midway.uchicagoREMOVE.edu
Wed Apr 10 01:11:50 EST 2002


Do you mean Coniosporium perforans and C. apollinis as publisxhed e.g. in
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_ui
ds=9442275&dopt=Abstract ?

Emir

"sc®umble" <scrumble at ntlworld(when it can be arsed to work).com> wrote in
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> I`ve been told theres a form of bacteria that resides on brick
> dust.Apparantly its pretty much harmless to healthy people but in
> hospitals,where there are people with problems with their immune system,it
> can be quite a problem.
>
> Problem is I`ve forgotten what they called it.Far to many letters in it
for
> me to remember :O)
>
> If anyone knows what I`m talking about could slip me a hint as to its name
> please?
>
> TIA
>
>
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