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Golnazarian C.A, Donnelly C.W, Pintauro S.J, Howard D.B.  Submitted.  Comparison of infectious dose of Listeria monocytogenes F5817 as determined for normal versus compromised C57B1/6J mice. Journal of food protection. 52:10.
Hornick R.B, Woodward T.E, McCrumb F.R, Snyder M.J, Dawkins A.T, Bulkeley J.T.  Submitted.  De la Macorra F and Corozza FA (1966) Study of induced typhoid fever in man. I. Evaluation of vaccine effectiveness. Transactions of the Association of American Physicians. 79:361.
Williams D., Irvin E.A, Chmielewski R.A, May) FJF(.  Submitted.  Dose-Response of Listeria monocytogenes after Oral Exposure in Pregnant Guinea Pigs. Journal of Food Protection. 70:5.
Pfm T, Moe C.L, Liu P., Miller SE, Lindesmith L., Baric R.S.  Submitted.  Le Pendu J and Calderon RL (2008) Norwalk virus: How infectious is it? Journal of Medical Virology. 80:8.
.  Submitted.  Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: Legionellosis.
.  Submitted.  Patient Facts: Learn More about Legionnaires' disease.
[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Remediation of Bacillus anthracis Contamination in the U.S. Department of Justice Mail Facility.
.  Submitted.  Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
Wright P.F, Belshe R.B, Kim H.W.  Submitted.  Van Voris LP and Chanock RM (1982) Administration of a highly attenuated, live respiratory syncytial virus vaccine to adults and children. Infection and Immunity. 37:1.
Bédard E, Boppe I, Kouamé S, Martin P, Pinsonneault L, Valiquette L, Racine J, Prévost M.  2016.  Combination of heat shock and enhanced thermal regime to control the growth of a persistent Legionella pneumophila strain. Pathogens. 5:35.
Hamilton KA, Haas CN.  2016.  Critical review of mathematical approaches for quantitative microbial risk assessment (QMRA) of Legionella in engineered water systems: Research gaps and a new framework. Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology. 2:599–613.
Weir M.H, Mitchell J., Flynn W.B, Pope J.M.  2016.  Development of a Microbial Dose Response Visualization and Modelling Application for QMRA Modelers and Educators.
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
Weir M.H.  2016.  Dose-Response Modeling and Use: Challenges and Uncertainties in Environmental Exposure. In Manual of Environmental Microbiology. 3:5.
Kanamori H, Weber DJ, Rutala WA.  2016.  Healthcare outbreaks associated with a water reservoir and infection prevention strategies. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 62:1423–1435.
Schwake DOtto, Garner E, Strom OR, Pruden A, Edwards MA.  2016.  Legionella DNA markers in tap water coincident with a Spike in Legionnaires’ disease in Flint, MI. Environmental Science & Technology Letters. 3:311–315.
Correia AM, Ferreira JS, Borges V, Nunes A, Gomes B, Capucho R, Gonçalves J, Antunes DM, Almeida S, Mendes A et al..  2016.  Probable person-to-person transmission of Legionnaires’ disease. New England Journal of Medicine. 374:497–498.
Garrison LE, Kunz JM, Cooley LA, Moore MR, Lucas C, Schrag S, Sarisky J, Whitney CG.  2016.  Vital signs: deficiencies in environmental control identified in outbreaks of Legionnaires’ disease—North America, 2000–2014. American Journal of Transplantation. 16:3049–3058.