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Nissinen, T. K., Miettinen I. T., Martikainen P. J., & Vartiainen T. (2002).  Disinfection by-products in Finnish drinking waters. Chemosphere. 48,
Friedler, E., Yardeni A., Gilboa Y., & Alfiya Y. (2011).  Disinfection of greywater effluent and regrowth potential of selected bacteria. Water Science and Technology. 63, 931–940.
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Wade, T. J., Pai N., Eisenberg J. N. S., & Colford J. M. (2003).  Do US EPA water quality guidelines for recreational waters prevent gastrointestinal illness? A systematic review and meta-analysis. Environmental Health Perspectives. 111,
Teunis, P.., Takumi K.., & Shinagawa K.. (2004).  Dose response for infection by Escherichia coli O157:H7 from outbreak data. Risk Analysis: An Official Publication of the Society for Risk Analysis. 24, 401-407.
Chen, L., Geys H., Cawthraw S., Havelaar A., & Teunis P. (2006).  Dose response for infectivity of several strains of Campylobacter jejuni in chickens. Risk Analysis. 26, 1613–1621.
Chen, L.., Geys H.., Cawthraw S.., Havelaar A.., & Teunis P.. (2006).  Dose response for infectivity of several strains of ''Campylobacter jejuni'' in chickens. Risk Analysis. 1613-1621.
Chen, L.., Geys H.., Cawthraw S.., Havelaar A.., & Teunis P.. (2006).  Dose response for infectivity of several strains of Campylobacter jejuni in chickens. Risk Analysis: An Official Publication of the Society for Risk Analysis. 26, 1613-1621.
Chen, L.., Geys H.., Cawthraw S.., Havelaar A.., & Teunis P.. (2006).  Dose Response for Infectivity of Several Strains of Campylobacter jejuni in Chickens. Risk Analysis. 26, 6.
Njc, S., Doyle M.. P., Kasuga F.., Rotariu O.., & Ogden I.. D. (2005).  Dose response modelling of Escherichia coli O157 incorporating data from foodborne and environmental outbreaks. International Journal of Food Microbiology. 103, 1.
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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,
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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.
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.
Powell, M. R., & (2000).  Dose-response envelope for Escherichia coli. Quantitative Microbiology. 2, 141-163.
Powell, M.. R. (2000).  Dose-response envelope for Escherichia coli O157:H7. Quantitative Microbiology. 2, 141-163.
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.
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.
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.
Weir, M.. H. (2016).  Dose-Response Modeling and Use: Challenges and Uncertainties in Environmental Exposure. In Manual of Environmental Microbiology. 3, 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.