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NSF RCN Webinar on SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater - Shared screen with speaker view
Jill McClary-Gutierrez
38:53
Reminder: please add any questions to the Q&A!
Kyle Bibby
40:28
I have a q - can we definitively connect the SNPs to IDing the variants? Are some SNPs more predictive?
Kyle Bibby
40:47
and our fire alarm just started so I might not get to hear the answer…
Colleen Naughton (she\her\hers)
47:14
You said 50% of the population is covered with 64 plants. Ohio has some of the most widespread coverage of any state. Are the other 50% mostly in rural areas/septic tanks? Are public health departments finding the wastewater data valuable?
ali boehm
49:07
sorry about my internet
Colleen Naughton (she\her\hers)
59:56
Exciting to see some of the results of this study! Thank you.
Kyle Bibby
01:04:35
How were these variants defined? By the PCR assay?
ali boehm
01:07:46
how do you determine prevalence from a single sample? do you mean incidence?
Ivana Juarez
01:09:38
Interesting presentation. Could you please explain more about the identification and detection of the RNA SARS-CoV-2?