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The suggestion in the article that the NLV methodology is the only appropriate measure of value for a rails-to-trails corridor is based on a misunderstanding of the financially feasible test of highest and best use.
NLVs accounted for 96% of nonbacterial gastroenteritis outbreaks reported to CDC during January 1996-June 1997 (2).
The Cary-Blair stool samples were examined for three enteropathogenic bacteria--Escherichia coli O157:H7, Salmonella, and Shigella--at an ODH laboratory according to ODH Standard Protocol, and the bulk stool samples were examined for NLVs with reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) at a CDC laboratory in Atlanta, Georgia.
Further characterization of the NLV into genogroups is possible by sequence analysis at reference laboratories.
NLV can be spread from person-to-person by direct contact, fomites, and aerosols (1-3).
Of 24 stool specimens sent to CDC for viral agent identification, 17 were positive by reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction assays for NLVs (genogroup 2).
Contract notice: NLV Pole Star Dynamic Positioning System & Hydrographic Survey Suite.
Although Italy has no surveillance system for nonbacterial gastroenteritis, no outbreak caused by NLV has been described previously in the country.
Only 4% of respondents listed NLV or viruses as the most common source of foodborne illness.
Total quantity or scope: The Northern Lighthouse Board require Dry Dock facilities for NLV Pole Star, this will be the vessels 15 year inspections.
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