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[Anonymous] (0).  Dutch News.
Coulliete, A. D., Alan-Yillmaz A., Dreelin E. A., McNinch R. M., Fong T. T., & Rose J. B. (0).  Drinking Water Safety in the 21st Century.
Völker, S., Schreiber C., & Kistemann T. (2010).  Drinking water quality in household supply infrastructure—A survey of the current situation in Germany. International journal of hygiene and environmental health. 213,
Völker, S., Schreiber C., & Kistemann T. (2010).  Drinking water quality in household supply infrastructure—A survey of the current situation in Germany. International journal of hygiene and environmental health. 213, 204–209.
USEPA, (1998).  Drinking water criteria document on Giardia.
Graham, DY. (1983).  Double-blind comparison of bismuth subsalicylate and placebo in the prevention and treatment of enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli-induced diarrhea in volunteers.
Kitajima, M.., Huang Y.., Watanabe T.., Katayama H.., & Haas C.. N. (2011).  Dose–response time modelling for highly pathogenic avian influenza A (H5N1) virus infection. Letters in applied microbiology. 53, 438–444.
Roser, DJ. (2015).  Dose–response algorithms for water-borne Pseudomonas aeruginosa folliculitis.
Vesikari, T., Ruuska TARJA., Bogaerts HUGUES., Delem ANDRÉE., & André FRANCIS. (1985).  Dose-response study of RIT 4237 oral rotavirus vaccine in breast-fed and formula-fed infants.. Pediatric infectious disease. 4, 622–625.
Williams, D.., Irvin E.. A., Chmielewski R.. A., & May) F. J. F.( (Submitted).  Dose-Response of Listeria monocytogenes after Oral Exposure in Pregnant Guinea Pigs. Journal of Food Protection. 70, 5.
Bartrand, T.. A., Weir M.. H., & Haas C.. N. (2008).  Dose-Response Models for Inhalation of Bacillus anthracis Spores: Interspecies Comparisons. Risk Analysis. 28, 4.
Weir, M.. H. (2016).  Dose-Response Modeling and Use: Challenges and Uncertainties in Environmental Exposure. In Manual of Environmental Microbiology. 3, 5.
Tamrakar, S.. B., Haluska A.., Haas C.. N., & Bartrand B.. A. (2011).  Dose-Response Model of Coxiella burnetii (Q Fever). Risk Analysis. 31, 120-128.
Tamrakar, S. B., Haluska A., Haas C. N., & Bartrand T. A. (2011).  Dose-Response Model of Coxiella burnetii (Q Fever). Risk Analysis. 31, 120–128.
Smith, M.. A., Takeuchi K.., Anderson G.., Ware G.. O., McClure H.. M., Raybourne R.. B., et al. (2008).  Dose-Response Model for Listeria monocytogenes-Induced Stillbirths in Nonhuman Primates. Infection and Immunity. 76, 2.
Powell, M.. R. (2000).  Dose-response envelope for Escherichia coli O157:H7. Quantitative Microbiology. 2, 141-163.
Powell, M. R., & (2000).  Dose-response envelope for Escherichia coli. Quantitative Microbiology. 2, 141-163.
Watanabe, T.., Bartrand T.. A., Omura T.., & Haas C.. N. (2012).  Dose-Response Assessment for Influenza A Virus Based on Data Sets of Infection with its Live Attenuated Reassortants. Risk Analysis. 32, 555–565.
Murphy, B.. R., Clements M.. L., Tierney E.. L., Black R.. E., Stienberg J.., & Chanock R.. M. (1985).  Dose Response of Influenza A/Washington/897/80 (H3N2) Avian-Human Reassortant Virus in Adult Volunteers. The Journal of Infectious Diseases. 152, 1.
Murphy, B.. R., Clements M.. L., Madore H.. P., Steinberg J.., O’Donnell S.., Betts R.., et al. (1984).  Dose Response of Cold-Adapted, Reassortant Influenza A/California/10/78 Virus (H1N1) in Adult Volunteers. Journal of Infectious Diseases. 149, 5.
Teunis, P. F. M., Nagelkerke N. J. D., & Haas C. N. (1999).  Dose response models for infectious gastroenteritis. Risk Analysis. 19, 1251–1260.
Teunis, P. F. M., Nagelkerke N. J. D., & Haas C. N. (1999).  Dose response models for infectious gastroenteritis. Risk Analysis. 19(6), 
Hamilton, K., Weir M., & Haas C. (2016).  Dose response models and a quantitative microbial risk assessment framework for the Mycobacterium avium complex that account for recent developments in molecular biology, taxonomy, and epidemiology. Water Research. 109,
Strachan, N.. J. C. al. (2005).  Dose response modelling of Escherichia coli O157 incorporating data from foodborne and environmental outbreaks. International Journal of Food Microbiology. 103, 35-47.
Njc, S., & (2005).  Dose response modelling of Escherichia coli O157 incorporating data from foodborne and environmental outbreaks. International Journal of Food Microbiology. 103, 35-47.