Burge H A, Pierson D L, Groves T O, Strawn K T, Mishra S K
Bibliographic info:
Current Microbiology, Vol 40, 2000, pp 10-16, 3 figs, 4 tabs, 13 refs.

Documents a study of airborne fungal concentration in a newly constructed building on the Gulf coast. States that fungal concentrations indoors were consistently below those outdoors, and samples did not clearly indicate contamination in the building, although visible growth was evident in the ventilation system. Concludes that the intrusion of most of the outdoor fungal aerosol is prevented by modern mechanically ventilated buildings, and that even extensive air sampling may not give the whole picture.