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Microbiologist Mark Burr prepares to stain amplified DNA with ethidium bromide to measure the bacterial content of ultrapure water used to process semiconductor wafers.

Microbiologist Mark Burr prepares to stain amplified DNA with ethidium bromide to measure the bacterial content of ultrapure water used to process semiconductor wafers. This process, developed by Professor Ian Pepper, promises to revolutionize microbial water metrology.

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