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All the water samples of Lahore was contaminated with bacteria and was unfit for drinking pupose due to presence of colifrom bacteria (Gerba and Smith 2005).
The findings were that over 10% of all bags obtained from shoppers contained fecal indicator bacteria and that only 3% of all shoppers had reported ever washing their bags (Williams, Gerba, Maxwell, & Sinclair, 2011).
As for the nickname, "I just got stuck with that," Gerba said.
Despite being falsely accused of 'terrorism', Gerba regularly demonstrated his commitment to non-violence.
Dr Gerba advised worker to take their mug home each night and putting it through the dishwasher.
Activists' poster protesting about the detention of Olbana Lelisa, a leader in the Oromo People's Congress party (OPC), and Bekele Gerba, the deputy Chairman of the Oromo Federalist Democratic Movement (OFDM)
Gerba, Ph.D., observed at the annual Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy.
Arizona microbiologist Dr Charles Gerba suggests you're safer making a sandwich on your toilet than your desk.
Niamey, Niger, Jumada I 18, 1436, Mar 9, 2015, SPA -- The Saudi ambassador to Niger Turki bin Naji Al-Ali met at his office here today with Niger's National Commissioner for Hajj and Umrah Al-Haji Blu Gerba accompanied by the official in charge of the legal administration at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Niger Ali Moro.
There is a simple solution, according to Charles Gerba of the University of Arizona, Tucson, who presented the study.
Microbiologist Charles Gerba and colleagues planted an innocuous virus on a doorknob or tabletop in three settings--a health care facility, an office and a conference room.
The study was conducted by Charles Gerba, Ph.D., and colleagues from the University of Arizona, with support from Kimberly-Clark.