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Parker, N.. R., Barralet J.. H., & Bell A.. M. (2006).  Q fever. The Lancet. 367, 679-688.
K. Struble, C. B. (2012).  Q Fever.
Madariaga, M. G., Rezai K., Trenholme G. M., & Weinstein R. A. (2003).  Q fever: a biological weapon in your backyard. The Lancet Infectious Diseases. 3,
Norlander, L. (2000).  Q fever epidemiology and pathogenesis. Microbes and Infection. 2,
Hartzell, J.. D., Wood-Morris R.. N., Martinez L.. J., & Trotta R.. F. (2008).  Q Fever: Epidemiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment. Mayo Clinic Proceedings. 83, 574-579.
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), 
van Woerden, H. C., Mason B. W., Nehaul L. K., Smith R., Salmon R. L., Healy B., et al. (2004).  Q Fever Outbreak in Industrial Setting. Emerging Infectious Disease. 10,
Raoult, D., Mege J-L., & Marrie T. (2001).  Q fever: queries remaining after decades of research. Emerging infections 5.
Raoult, D., & Angelakis E. (2010).  Q fever review. Veterinary Microbiology. 140,
De Bruin, A. (2009).  Q fever: the Answer is Blowing in the Wind.
Singh, SP., & Singh KP. (2000).  Quality of market Paneer in Agra City..
Murray, C. J. L. (1994).  Quantifying the burden of disease: the technical basis for disability-adjusted life years. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 72(9), 
Eisenberg, J. N., Seto E. Y. W., Olivieri A. W., & Spear R. C. (1996).  Quantifying water pathogen risk in an epidemiological framework. Risk Analysis. 16(4), 
Meschke, J. S., & Kissel J. C. (2007).  Quantitative Assessment of Acceptable Levels of Virus Discharge from Cruise Ships in Puget Sound.
Lélu, M., Villena I., Dardé M. L., Aubert D., Geers R., Dupuis E., et al. (2012).  Quantitative estimation of the viability of Toxoplasma gondii oocysts in soil. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 78,
Haas, C. N., Rose J. B., & Gerba C. P. (1999).  Quantitative microbial risk assessment.
Haas, C.. N., Rose J.. B., & Gerba C.. P. (1999).  Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment.
Haas, C.. N., Rose J.. B., & Gerba C.. P. (2014).  Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment.
Haas, C. N., Rose J. B., & Gerba C. P. (1999).  Quantitative microbial risk assessment.
Haas, C. N., Rose J. B., & Gerba C. P. (1999).  Quantitative microbial risk assessment.
Armstrong, T. W. (2005).  A quantitative microbial risk assessment model for human inhalation exposure to legionella.
US Environmental Protection Agency, (2010).  Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment to Estimate Illness in Freshwater Impacted by Agricultural Animal Sources of Fecal Contamination.
Cummins, E., Kennedy R., & Cormican M. (2010).  Quantitative risk assessment of Cryptosporidium in tap water in Ireland. Science of the Total Environment. 408,
Brotherston, J.. G., Gilmour N.. J., & Samuel J.. (1961).  Quantitative studies of Mycobacterium johnei in the tissues of sheep. Journal of Comparative Pathology. 71, 286.
Nisbet, D.. I., Gilmour N.. J., & Brotherston J.. G. (1962).  Quantitative studies of Mycobacterium johnei in tissues of sheep. III. Intestinal histopathology. Journal of comparative pathology. 72, 80.