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Dabritz, H. A., Miller M. A., Atwill E. R., Gardner I. A., Leutenegger C. M., Melli A. C., et al. (2007).  Detection of Toxoplasma gondii-like oocysts in cat feces and estimates of the environmental oocyst burden. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 231,
Dabritz, H., & Conrad P. (2010).  Cats and Toxoplasma: implications for public health. Zoonoses and Public Health. 57,
David, ST., McIntyre L., & MacDougal L. (2007).  An outbreak of norovirus caused by consumption of oysters from geographically dispersed harvest sites, British Columbia, Canada, 2004.
Davis, A.. E., & Bradford W.. D. (1982).  Abdominal pain resembling acute appendicitis in Rocky Mountain spotted fever. J. Am. Med. Assoc.. 2811-2812.
Day, W.. C., & Berendt R.. F. (1972).  Experimental Tularemia in Macaca mulatta: Relationship of Aerosol Particle Size to the Infectivity of Airborne Pasteurella tularensis.. Infection and Immunity. 5, 77-82.
Day, W. C., & Berendt R. F. (1972).  Experimental Tularemia in Macaca mulatta: Relationship of Aerosol Particle Size to the Infectivity of Airborne Pasteurella tularensis. Infection and Immunity. 5, 1.
De Bruin, A. (2009).  Q fever: the Answer is Blowing in the Wind.
de Magny, GC., & Mozumder PK. (2011).   Role of zooplankton diversity in Vibrio cholerae population dynamics and in the incidence of cholera in the Bangladesh Sundarbans.
de Moura, L., Bahia-Oliveira L. M., Wada M. Y., Jones J. L., Tuboi S. H., Carmo E. H., et al. (2006).  Waterborne toxoplasmosis, Brazil, from field to gene. Emerging Infectious Disease. 12,
Dean, K., Tamrakar S., Huang Y., Rose J. B., & Mitchell J. (2021).  Modeling the Dose Response Relationship of Waterborne Acanthamoeba. Risk Analysis. 41, 79–91.
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Dean, K., & Mitchell J. (2020).  A dose response model for the inhalation route of exposure to P. aeruginosa. Microbial Risk Analysis. 15, 100115.
DeDiego, M. L., Pewe L., Alvarez E., Rejas M. Teresa, Perlman S., & Enjuanes L. (2008).  Pathogenicity of severe acute respiratory coronavirus deletion mutants in hACE-2 transgenic mice. Virology. 376, 379–389.
DeDiego, M. L., Pewe L., Alvarez E., Rejas M. T., Perlman S., & Enjuanes L. (2008).  Pathogenicity of severe acute respiratory coronavirus deletion mutants in hACE-2 transgenic mice. Virology.. 376, 2.
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Del Fiol, F. de S. á, & (2010).  Rocky Mountain spotted fever in Brazil. Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública. 27, 461-466.
Delsing, C. E., & Kullberg B. J. (2008).  Q fever in the Netherlands: a concise overview and implications of the largest ongoing outbreak. The Netherlands Journal of Medicine. 66(9), 
Dembry, LM., Zervos MJ., & Hierholzer, Jr. WJ. (1998).  Nosocomial bacterial infections.
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Diringer, H., Roehmel J., & Beekes M. (1998).  Effect of repeated oral infection of hamsters with scrapie. Journal of General Virology. 79,
Donnenberg, M.. S., Tacket C.. O., James S.. P., Losonsky G.., Nataro J.. P., Wasserman S.. S., et al. (1993).  Role of the eaeA gene in experimental enteropathogenic Escherichia coli infection. Journal of Clinical Investigation. 92, 3.
Dorner, SM., Anderson WB., Slawson RM., Kouwen N., & Huck PM. (2006).  Hydrologic modeling of pathogen fate and transport.
Doucet, I. (2013).  Haiti's Cholera Crisis.
Druett, H.. A., Henderson D.. W., Packman L.., & Peacock S.. (1953).  Studies on respiratory infection. I. The influence of particle size on respiratory infection with anthrax spores. Journal of Hygiene. 51, 359-371.
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