Melbourne: An Australian researcher has claimed to have developed a new enzyme-based method, the first in the world, that will help microbiologists to detect E colibacteria in sewage and saline water samples."It is a world-first to use this particular agar for saline and marine-type water samples," Unitywater microbiologist Tracey Wohlsen said."There are other methods to detect E coli in 24 hours in freshwater samples, but there is currently no method to detect it in marine and saline water samples," she said. According to ABC report today, the method will allow contaminated waterways to be treated more quickly than the usual 48 hours.
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