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1992 Publications

  • Ackermann, H.W., M.S. DuBow, A.W. Jarvis, L.A. Jones, V.N. Krylov, J. Maniloff, J. Rocourt, R.S. Safferman, J. Schneider, L. Seldin, T. Sozzi, P.R. Stewart, M. Werquin, and L. Wunsche. 1992. The species concept and its application to tailed phages. Arch. Virol. 124:69-82.
  • Berman, D., R. Sullivan, and C.J. Hurst. 1992. Effect of the method of preparing monochloramine upon inactivation of MS2 coliphage, Escherichia coli, and Klebsiella pneumoniae. Canadian J. Microbiol. 38:28-33.
  • Bifulco, J.M., and F.W. Schaefer, III. 1992. Serial subcultivation of Giardia lamblia in Keister's Modified TYI-S-33 Medium containing Ultroser G. J. Protozool. 39:211-213.
  • Carmichael, W.W. 1992. A status report on planktonic cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) and their toxins. EPA/600/R- 92/079.
  • Cliver, D.O., R.D. Ellender, S.S. Fout, P.A. Shields, and M.D. Sobsey. 1992. Foodborne viruses. p. 763-787. In C. Vanderzant and D.F. Splittstoesser (ed.), Compendium of methods for the microbiological examination of foods, 3rd edition, American Public Health Association, Washington, DC.
  • Covert, T.C., E.W. Rice, S.A. Johnson, D. Berman, C.H. Johnson, and P.J. Mason. 1992. Comparing defined substrate tests for the detection of Escherichia coli in water, Journal of American Water Works Association 84:98-104.
  • Fout, G.S., and D.R. Dahling. 1992. Method for the recovery and assay of enteroviruses from sewage sludge. In Control of pathogens and vector attraction in sewage sludge, EPA/625/R-92/013, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
  • Geldreich, E.E., K.R. Fox, J.A. Goodrich, E.W. Rice, R.M. Clark, and D. Swerdlow. 1992. Searching for a water supply connection in the Cabool, Missouri disease outbreak of Escherichia coli 0157:H7. Water Research 26:1127-1137.
  • Henderson, D.M., C.D. Sifri, M.R. Rodgers, D.F. Wirth, N. Hendrickson and B. Ullman. 1992 Multidrug resistance in Leishmania donovani is conferred by amplification of a gene homologous to the mammalian mdr1 gene, Molecular and Cellular Biology 12:2855-2865.
  • Hurst, C.J., D.K. Wild, and R.M. Clark. 1992. Comparing the accuracy of equation formats for modeling microbial population decay rates, p 149-175. In Modeling the metabolic and physiologic activities of microorganisms, C. J. Hurst (ed.) J. Wiley & Sons, NY, NY.
  • Kaplan, L.A., D.J. Reasoner, E.W. Rice, and T.L. Bott. 1992. A survey of of assimilable organic carbon, biodegradable organic carbon and coliform growth response in U.S. drinking waters. Revue Des Sciences De L'Eau 5 (special):207-224.
  • Lefkowitz, A., G.S. Fout, G. Losonsky, S. S. Wasserman, E. Israel, and J.G. Morris. 1992. A serosurvey of pathogens associated with shellfish: prevalence of antibodies to Vibrio species and Norwalk virus in the Chesapeake Bay region. Am. J. Epidemiol. 135:369-380.
  • Lye, D.J. 1992. Microbiology of rainwater cistern systems. J. Environ. Science and Health. 27:2123-2166.
  • Mahbubani, H.M., A.K. Bej, M. Perlin, F.W. Schaefer, W. Jakubowski, and R.M. Atlas. 1992. The differentiation of Giardia duodenalis from other Giardia spp. based on the polymerase chain reaction and gene probes, J. Clin. Microbiol. 30: 74-78.
  • Rice, E.W. 1992. Crustacea, p. 1-6. In Nuisance organisms in water manual; M. LeChevallier (ed.) American Water Works Association, Denver, CO.
  • Rice, E.W., C.H. Johnson, R. Clark, K.R. Fox, D.J. Reasoner, and M.E. Dunnigan. 1992. Chlorine and survival of 'rugose' Vibrio cholerae. Lancet 340:(Sept. 19);740.
  • Rice, E.W., C.H. Johnson, D.K. Wild, and D.J. Reasoner. 1992. Survival of Escherichia coli 0157:H7 in drinking water associated with a waterborne disease outbreak of hemorrhagic colitis. Letters in Appl. Microbiol. 38(15): 38-40.
  • Rice, E.W., E.G. Sowers, C.H. Johnson, E.G. Sowers, C.H. Johnson, M.E. Dunnigan, M. Strockbine, and S.C. Edberg. 1992. Serological cross-reactions between Escherichia coli 0157 and other species of the genus Escherichia. J. Clin. Microbiol. 30:1315-1316.
  • Stelma, G.N., and L.J. McCabe. 1992. Nonpoint pollution from animal sources and shellfish sanitation, J. Food Prot. 55:649-656.
  • Stelma, G.N. A.L. Reyes, J.T. Peeler, C.H. Johnson, and P.L. Spaulding. 1992. Virulence characteristics of clinical and environmental isolates of Vibrio vulnificus, Applied and Environmental Microbiology 58:2776-2782.
  • Stetler, R.E., M.E. Morris, and R.S. Safferman. 1992. Processing procedures for recovering enteric viruses from wastewater sludges. Jour. Virol. Methods 40:67-76.
  • Stetler, R.E., S.C. Waltrip, and C.J. Hurst. 1992. Virus removal and recovery in the drinking water treatment train. Wat. Res. 26:727-731.
  • Williams, F.P., Jr., and E.A. Grab. 1992. Directory to literature on stool-shed viruses and shellfish: illness outbreaks and virus detection methods. EPA/600/R-92/072.
  • Williams, F.P., Jr., and G.S. Fout. 1992. Contamination of shellfish by stool-shed viruses: methods of detection. Environ. Sci. Technol. 26:689-696.

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