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Griffiths, H. (1978).  A handbook of veterinary parasitology of domestic animals of North America.
Culbertson, C.. G., Ensminger P.. W., & Overton W.. M. (1966).  Hartmannella (acanthamoeba). Experimental chronic, granulomatous brain infections produced by new isolates of low virulence. American journal of clinical pathology. 46, 305-314.
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Strauss, M. (1996).  Health (pathogen) considerations regarding the use of human waste in aquaculture. Environmental Research Forum.
Horsman, J.., Furlong W.., Feeny D.., & Torrance G.. (2003).  The Health Utilities Index (HUI): concepts, measurement properties and applications. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes. 1, 54.
Kanamori, H., Weber D. J., & Rutala W. A. (2016).  Healthcare outbreaks associated with a water reservoir and infection prevention strategies. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 62, 1423–1435.
Auld, H.., MacIver D.., & Klaassen J.. (2004).  Heavy rainfall and waterborne disease outbreaks: the Walkerton example. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health. Part A.. 67, 1879-1887.
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Al-Abdallat, M. Mousa, Payne D. C., Alqasrawi S., Rha B., Tohme R. A., Abedi G. R., et al. (2014).  Hospital-associated outbreak of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus: a serologic, epidemiologic, and clinical description. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 59, 1225–1233.
Fischer, T. Kolsen, & (2007).  Hospitalizations and deaths from diarrhea and rotavirus among children< 5 years of age in the United States, 1993–2003. The Journal of infectious diseases. 195, 1117-1125.
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Atmar, RL., & Estes MK. (2009).  Human caliciviruses.
Minor, T.. E., Allen C.. I., Tsiatis A.. A., Nelson D.. B., & D’Alessio D.. J. (1981).  Human infective dose determinations for oral poliovirus type 1 vaccine in infants. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 13, 2.
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Dorner, SM., Anderson WB., Slawson RM., Kouwen N., & Huck PM. (2006).  Hydrologic modeling of pathogen fate and transport.
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