https://www.werri.lbl.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/18/2017/01/Screen-Shot-2017-12-23-at-1.46.43-PM.png 764 864 HyperArts http://www.werri.lbl.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/18/2017/11/werri-logo-1.png HyperArts2017-01-18 19:26:352018-03-07 15:09:10Gary Andersen tapped for tracking water pathogens in Marin County
Gary Andersen tapped for tracking water pathogens in Marin County
18 Jan 2017
The San Geronimo Valley Planning Group has tapped Berkeley Lab and Gary Andersen, developer of the PhyloChip, to test the water to determine the sources that are contributing bacterial pathogens. The PhyloChip can identify and measure relative abundance of more than 50,000 microbial taxa, which in this context provides a “fingerprint” so contaminant sources can be tracked.