Brazil's Olympic water concentrations of human adenovirus 2016

Levels of human adenovirus in Olympic waters in Brazil as of July 2016 (in million genome copies per liter)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Aug 1, 2016
Brazil's Olympic water concentrations of human adenovirus 2016 This statistic displays the levels of the human adenovirus that have been found in the 2016 Summer Olympic Waters of Brazil as of July 2016. During this time, there were some 4.6 genome copies per liter found in Copacabana Beach, where athletes will enter the water for the marathon and triathlon swimming events.
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Levels of human adenovirus in Olympic waters in Brazil as of July 2016 (in million genome copies per liter)

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