Technical white paper: Legionella monitoring with ATP & qPCR

What’s inside:

Legionella is a genus of bacteria that are found widely in aquatic environments, particularly in constructed water systems with warm temperatures. These bacteria are known for causing Legionnaire’s Disease and Pontiac Fever.

Investigations of Legionnaire’s disease outbreaks have indicated that nearly 90% of outbreaks were caused by issues that could have been prevented through better water management(CDC, 2018).

In this white paper, learn more about sources of transmission and methods for testing for the presence of Legionella using qPCR and 2nd Generation ATP® testing.

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