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article (author version)Shirasaki, N.; Matsushita, T.; Matsui, Y.; Murai, K.Assessment of the efficacy of membrane filtration processes to remove human enteric viruses and the suitability of bacteriophages and a plant virus as surrogates for those viruses-Water research-15-May-2017
article (author version)Shirasaki, N.; Matsushita, T.; Matsui, Y.; Murai, K.; Aochi, A.Elimination of representative contaminant candidate list viruses, coxsackievirus, echovirus, hepatitis A virus, and norovirus, from water by coagulation processes-Journal of hazardous materials-15-Mar-2017
article (author version)Shirasaki, N.; Matsushita, T.; Matsui, Y.; Marubayashi, T.; Murai, K.Investigation of enteric adenovirus and poliovirus removal by coagulation processes and suitability of bacteriophages MS2 and phi X174 as surrogates for those viruses-Science of the total environment-1-Sep-2016
article (author version)Shirasaki, N.; Matsushita, T.; Matsui, Y.; Marubayashi, T.Effect of coagulant basicity on virus removal from water by polyferric chloride-Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology - Aqua-29-Jan-2016
article (author version)Shirasaki, N.; Matsushita, T.; Matsui, Y.; Marubayashi, T.Effect of aluminum hydrolyte species on human enterovirus removal from water during the coagulation process-Chemical Engineering Journal-15-Jan-2016
article (author version)Shirasaki, N.; Matsushita, T.; Matsui, Y.; Urasaki, T.; Kimura, M.; Ohno, K.Virus removal by an in-line coagulation–ceramic microfiltration process with high-basicity polyaluminum coagulation pretreatment-Water Science & Technology: Water Supply-Jun-2014
article (author version)Shirasaki, N.; Matsushita, T.; Matsui, Y.; Oshiba, A.; Marubayashi, T.; Sato, S.Improved virus removal by high-basicity polyaluminum coagulants compared to commercially available aluminum-based coagulants-Water research-1-Jan-2014
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