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    1. Schaffter, N; Parriaux, A
      Pathogenic-bacterial water contamination in mountainous catchments

      WATER RESEARCH
    2. Daczkowska-Kozon, E; Brzostek-Nowakowska, J
      Campylobacter spp. in waters of three main Western Pomerania water bodies

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYGIENE AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
    3. Savill, MG; Hudson, JA; Ball, A; Klena, JD; Scholes, P; Whyte, RJ; McCormick, RE; Jankovic, D
      Enumeration of Campylobacter in New Zealand recreational and drinking waters

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    4. Jones, K
      Campylobacters in water, sewage and the environment

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    5. Dumontet, S; Scopa, A; Kerje, S; Krovacek, K
      The importance of pathogenic organisms in sewage and sewage sludge

      JOURNAL OF THE AIR & WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
    6. Duggan, J; Bates, MP; Phillips, CA
      The efficacy of subsurface flow reed bed treatment in the removal of Campylobacter spp., faecal coliforms and Escherichia coli from poultry litter

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH
    7. Duffy, EA; Belk, DE; Sofos, JN; LeValley, SB; Kain, ML; Tatum, JD; Smith, GC; Kimberling, CV
      Microbial contamination occurring on lamb carcasses processed in the United States

      JOURNAL OF FOOD PROTECTION
    8. Fitzgerald, C; Stanley, K; Andrew, S; Jones, K
      Use of pulsed-field gel electrophoresis and flagellin gene typing in identifying clonal groups of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli in farmand clinical environments

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    9. Leitch, ECM; Duncan, SH; Stanley, KN; Stewart, CS
      Dietary effects on the microbiological safety of food

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUTRITION SOCIETY
    10. Mansfield, LP; Forsythe, SJ
      Arcobacter butzleri, A-skirrowii and A-cryaerophilus - potential emerging human pathogens

      REVIEWS IN MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    11. Diker, KS; Esendal, OM; Akan, M
      Epidemiology of ovine Campylobacter infection determined by numerical analysis of electrophoretic protein profiles

      JOURNAL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE SERIES B-INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND VETERINARYPUBLIC HEALTH
    12. Piddock, LJV; Ricci, V; Stanley, K; Jones, K
      Activity of antibiotics used in human medicine for Campylobacter jejuni isolated from farm animals and their environment in Lancashire, UK

      Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy
    13. Madden, RH; Moran, L; Scates, P
      Optimising recovery of Campylobacter spp. from the lower porcine gastrointestinal tract

      JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS
    14. Wesley, IV; Wells, SJ; Harmon, KM; Green, A; Schroeder-Tucker, L; Glover, M; Siddique, I
      Fecal shedding of Campylobacter and Arcobacter spp. in dairy cattle

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    15. Wassenaar, TM; Newell, DG
      Genotyping of Campylobacter spp.

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    16. Hindiyeh, M; Jense, S; Hohmann, S; Benett, H; Edwards, C; Aldeen, W; Croft, A; Daly, J; Mottice, S; Carroll, KC
      Rapid detection of Campylobacter jejuni in stool specimens by an enzyme immunoassay and surveillance for Campylobacter upsaliensis in the greater Salt Lake City area

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    17. Obiri-Danso, K; Jones, K
      Intertidal sediments as reservoirs for hippurate negative campylobacters, salmonellae and faecal indicators in three EU recognised bathing waters in North West England

      WATER RESEARCH
    18. Wedderkopp, A; Rattenborg, E; Madsen, M
      National surveillance of Campylobacter in broilers at slaughter in Denmarkin 1998

      AVIAN DISEASES
    19. Hudson, JA; Nicol, C; Wright, J; Whyte, R; Hasell, SK
      Seasonal variation of Campylobacter types from human cases, veterinary cases, raw chicken, milk and water

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    20. Obiri-Danso, K; Jones, K
      The effect of a new sewage treatment plant on faecal indicator numbers, campylobacters and bathing water compliance in Morecambe Bay

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    21. Thomas, C; Gibson, H; Hill, DJ; Mabey, M
      Campylobacter epidemiology: an aquatic perspective

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    22. Altekruse, SF; Stern, NJ; Fields, PI; Swerdlow, DL
      Campylobacter jejuni - An emerging foodborne pathogen

      EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES
    23. Bolton, FJ; Surman, SB; Martin, K; Wareing, DRA; Humphrey, TJ
      Presence of Campylobacter and Salmonella in sand from bathing beaches

      EPIDEMIOLOGY AND INFECTION
    24. Stampi, S; De Luca, G; Varoli, O; Zanetti, F
      Occurrence, removal and seasonal variation of thermophilic campylobacters and Arcobacter in sewage sludge

      ZENTRALBLATT FUR HYGIENE UND UMWELTMEDIZIN
    25. Federighi, M; Magras, C; Pilet, MF; Woodward, D; Johnson, W; Jugiau, F; Jouve, JL
      Incidence of thermotolerant Campylobacter in foods assessed by NF ISO 10272 standard: results of a two-year study

      FOOD MICROBIOLOGY
    26. Jones, DL
      Potential health risks associated with the persistence of Escherichia coliO157 in agricultural environments

      SOIL USE AND MANAGEMENT
    27. Rautelin, H; Hanninen, ML
      Comparison of a commercial test for serotyping heat-stable antigens of Campylobacter jejuni with genotyping by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis

      JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    28. RIDSDALE JA; ATABAY HI; CORRY JEL
      PREVALENCE OF CAMPYLOBACTERS AND ARCOBACTERS IN DUCKS AT THE ABATTOIR

      Journal of applied microbiology
    29. STANLEY K; CUNNINGHAM R; JONES K
      ISOLATION OF CAMPYLOBACTER-JEJUNI FROM GROUNDWATER

      Journal of applied microbiology
    30. ATABAY HI; CORRY JEL
      THE ISOLATION AND PREVALENCE OF CAMPYLOBACTERS FROM DAIRY-CATTLE USING A VARIETY OF METHODS

      Journal of applied microbiology
    31. VANDOORN LJ; VERSCHUURENVANHAPEREN A; VANBELKUM A; ENDTZ HP; VLIEGENTHART JS; VANDAMME P; QUINT WGV
      RAPID IDENTIFICATION OF DIVERSE CAMPYLOBACTER-LARI STRAINS ISOLATED FROM MUSSELS AND OYSTERS USING A REVERSE HYBRIDIZATION LINE PROBE ASSAY

      Journal of applied microbiology
    32. HANNINEN ML; NISKANEN M; KORHONEN L
      WATER AS A RESERVOIR FOR CAMPYLOBACTER-JEJUNI INFECTION IN COWS STUDIED BY SEROTYPING AND PULSED-FIELD GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS (PFGE)

      Journal of veterinary medicine. Series B
    33. ATABAY HI; CORRY JEL
      EVALUATION OF A NEW ARCOBACTER ENRICHMENT MEDIUM AND COMPARISON WITH 2 MEDIA DEVELOPED FOR ENRICHMENT OF CAMPYLOBACTER SPP

      International journal of food microbiology
    34. HAZELEGER WC; WOUTERS JA; ROMBOUTS FM; ABEE T
      PHYSIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITY OF CAMPYLOBACTER-JEJUNI FAR BELOW THE MINIMAL GROWTH TEMPERATURE

      Applied and environmental microbiology (Print)
    35. LAURIAFILGUEIRAS AL; HOFER E
      DIVERSITY OF CAMPYLOBACTER ISOLATES FROM 3 ACTIVATED-SLUDGE SYSTEMS

      Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz
    36. BOLTON FJ; WAREING DRA; SAILS AD
      COMPARISON OF A NOVEL MICROAEROBIC SYSTEM WITH 3 OTHER GAS-GENERATINGSYSTEMS FOR THE RECOVERY OF CAMPYLOBACTER SPECIES FROM HUMAN FECAL SAMPLES

      European journal of clinical microbiology & infectious diseases
    37. OYARZABAL OA; WESLEY IV; BARBAREE JM; LAUERMAN LH; CONNER DE
      SPECIFIC DETECTION OF CAMPYLOBACTER-LARI BY PCR

      Journal of microbiological methods
    38. JACOBSREITSMA WF
      ASPECTS OF EPIDEMIOLOGY OF CAMPYLOBACTER IN POULTRY

      Veterinary quarterly
    39. HALD B; MADSEN M
      HEALTHY PUPPIES AND KITTENS AS CARRIERS OF CAMPYLOBACTER SPP., WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CAMPYLOBACTER-UPSALIENSIS

      Journal of clinical microbiology
    40. NACHAMKIN I
      MICROBIOLOGIC APPROACHES FOR STUDYING CAMPYLOBACTER SPECIES IN PATIENTS WITH GUILLAIN-BARRE-SYNDROME

      The Journal of infectious diseases
    41. KOENRAAD PMFJ; JACOBSREITSMA WF; BEUMER RR; ROMBOUTS FM
      SHORT-TERM EVIDENCE OF CAMPYLOBACTER IN A TREATMENT-PLANT AND DRAIN WATER OF A CONNECTED POULTRY ABATTOIR

      Water environment research
    42. WILSON IG; MOORE JE
      PRESENCE OF SALMONELLA SPP AND CAMPYLOBACTER SPP IN SHELLFISH

      Epidemiology and infection
    43. ZANETTI F; STAMPI S; DELUCA G; VAROLI O; TONELLI E
      COMPARATIVE DISINFECTION OF SECONDARY-TREATED SEWAGE WITH CHLORINE DIOXIDE AND BROMINE CHLORIDE

      Zentralblatt fur Hygiene und Umweltmedizin
    44. BISCHOFF K; JACOB J
      THE SAT4 STREPTOTHRICINACETYLTRANSFERASE GENE FROM CAMPYLOBACTER-COLI- THE DISTRIBUTION IN THE ENVIRONMENT AND ITS USE AS EPIDEMIOLOGIC MARKER

      Zentralblatt fur Hygiene und Umweltmedizin
    45. ZANETTI F; VAROLI O; STAMPI S; DELUCA G
      PREVALENCE OF THERMOPHILIC CAMPYLOBACTER AND ARCOBACTER-BUTZLERI IN FOOD OF ANIMAL ORIGIN

      International journal of food microbiology
    46. AYLING RD; WOODWARD MJ; EVANS S; NEWELL DG
      RESTRICTION-FRAGMENT-LENGTH-POLYMORPHISM OF POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTIONPRODUCTS APPLIED TO THE DIFFERENTIATION OF POULTRY CAMPYLOBACTERS FOREPIDEMIOLOGIC INVESTIGATIONS

      Research in Veterinary Science
    47. KOENRAAD PMFJ; AYLING R; HAZELEGER WC; ROMBOUTS FM; NEWELL DG
      THE SPECIATION AND SUBTYPING OF CAMPYLOBACTER ISOLATES FROM SEWAGE PLANTS AND WASTE-WATER FROM A CONNECTED POULTRY ABATTOIR USING MOLECULARTECHNIQUES

      Epidemiology and infection
    48. MARUYAMA S; MORITA Y; KATSUBE Y
      INVASION AND VIABILITY OF CAMPYLOBACTER-JEJUNI IN EXPERIMENTALLY CONTAMINATED JAPANESE-QUAILS EGGS

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    49. CORRY JEL; POST DE; COLIN P; LAISNEY MJ
      CULTURE MEDIA FOR THE ISOLATION OF CAMPYLOBACTERS

      International journal of food microbiology
    50. GIESENDORF BAJ; QUINT WGV
      DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF CAMPYLOBACTER SPP USING THE POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION

      Cellular and molecular biology
    51. KOENRAAD PMFJ; HAZELEGER WC; VANDERLAAN T; BEUMER RR; ROMBOUTS FM
      SURVEY OF CAMPYLOBACTER SPP IN SEWAGE PLANTS IN THE NETHERLANDS

      Food microbiology

    52. CAMPYLOBACTER-JEJUNI-COLI

      Journal of food protection
    53. HOLLER C; SCHOMAKERSREVAKA U
      COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT HOMOGENIZATION PROCEDURES FOR DETECTING CAMPYLOBACTER SPP IN SEWAGE-SLUDGE

      Journal of Applied Bacteriology
    54. ALTEKRUSE SF; HUNT JM; TOLLEFSON LK; MADDEN JM
      FOOD AND ANIMAL SOURCES OF HUMAN CAMPYLOBACTER-JEJUNI INFECTION

      Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
    55. FAYOS A; OWEN RJ; HERNANDEZ J; JONES C; LASTOVICA A
      MOLECULAR SUBTYPING BY GENOME AND PLASMID ANALYSIS OF CAMPYLOBACTER-JEJUNI SEROGROUPS O1 AND O2 (PENNER) FROM SPORADIC AND OUTBREAK CASES OF HUMAN DIARRHEA

      Epidemiology and infection
    56. CHUMA T; YAMADA T; OKAMOTO K; YUGI H; OHYA T
      APPLICATION OF A DNA-DNA HYBRIDIZATION METHOD FOR DETECTION OF CAMPYLOBACTER-JEJUNI IN CHICKEN FECES

      Journal of veterinary medical science
    57. DOUSSE C; SCHNEIDER E; SCHWARTZBROD J
      COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR ISOLATING CAMPYLOBACTER SPP FROM SEWAGE

      Water science and technology
    58. PATTON CM; NICHOLSON MA; OSTROFF SM; RIES AA; WACHSMUTH IK; TAUXE RV
      COMMON SOMATIC-O AND HEAT-LABILE SEROTYPES AMONG CAMPYLOBACTER STRAINS FROM SPORADIC INFECTIONS IN THE UNITED-STATES

      Journal of clinical microbiology
    59. ALONSO JL; ALONSO MA
      PRESENCE OF CAMPYLOBACTER IN MARINE WATERS OF VALENCIA, SPAIN

      Water research
    60. LACEY RW
      FOOD-BORNE BACTERIAL-INFECTIONS

      Parasitology


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