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Water quality control and shortcomings due to the use of bacterial indicators

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A brief review is presented on the value of bacterial indicators in assessing the safety of water. No single microbial indicator parameter is adequate to determine the water quality in all circumstances. Thus, it is necessary to gain a better understanding of the usefulness of the traditional parameters for water monitoring and the methods available for their analysis.

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