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Pichichero, M. E., Losonsky GENEVIEVE. A., Rennels MARGARET. B., Disney FRANK. A., Green JOHN. L., Francis ANNE. B., et al. (1990).  Effect of dose and a comparison of measures of vaccine take for oral rhesus rotavirus vaccine. The Maryland Clinical Studies Group.. The Pediatric infectious disease journal. 9, 339–344.
Fu, J., Ai J., & Jin M. (2015).   Emergence of a new GII.17 norovirus variant in patients with acute gastroenteritis in Jiangsu, China, September 2014 to March 2015.
Qadri, F., Svennerholm AM., Faruque A. S. G., & Sack R. B. (2005).  Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli in developing countries: epidemiology, microbiology, clinical features, treatment, and prevention. Clinical Microbiology Reviews. 18, 465-483.
Fistarol, GO. (2015).  Environmental and sanitary conditions of Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro.
Ungar, B.. L. P., Soave R.., Fayer R.., & Nash T.. E. (1986).  Enzyme Immunoassay Detection of Immunoglobulin M and G Antibodies to Cryptosporidium in Immunocompetent and Immunocompromised Persons. Journal of Infectious Diseases. 153, 570-578.
Feldman, R.. E., Baine W.. B., Nitzkin J.. L., Saslaw M.. S., & Pollard R.. A. (1974).  Epidemiology of Salmonella typhi Infection in a Migrant Labor Camp in Dade County, Florida. Journal of Infectious Diseases. 130, 4.
Fleisher, J. M., Kay D., Wyer M. D., & Godfree A. F. (1998).  Estimates of the severity of illnesses associated with bathing in marine waters contaminated with domestic sewage. International Journal of Epidemiology. 27,
Takeuchi, A., Formal S. B., & Sprinz H. (1968).  Exerimental acute colitis in the Rhesus monkey following peroral infection with Shigella flexneri. An electron microscope study. American Journal of Pathology. 52(3), 
June, R. C., Ferguson W. W., & Worfel M. T. (1953).  Experiments in feeding adult volunteers with Escherichia coli 55, B5, a coliform organism associated with infant diarrhea. American journal of hygiene. 57, 2.
Feeguson, W. W., & June E. C. (1952).  Experiments on Feeding Adult Volunteers with Escherichia Coli 111, B4, a Coliform Organism Associated with Infant Diarrhea. American Journal of Epidemiology. 55, 2.
Ferguson, W.. W., & June R.. C. (1952).  Experiments on feeding adult volunteers with Escherichia coli 111, B4, a coliform organism associated with infant diarrhea. American Journal of Hygiene. 55, 155-169.