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Kahn, H., & Stralka K. (2009).  Estimated daily average per capita water ingestion by child and adult age categories based on USDA's 1994-1996 and 1998 continuing survey of food intakes by individuals. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology. 19,
Kambhampati, A., Koopmans M., & Lopman BA. (2015).  Burden of norovirus in healthcare facilities and strategies for outbreak control.
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.
Kaper, J.. B., Nataro J.. P., & Mobley H.. L. (2004).  Pathogenic Escherichia coli. Nature Reviews. Microbiology.. 2, 123-140.
Kaper, J.. B., Nataro J.. P., & Mobley H.. L. (2004).  Pathogenic Escherichia coli. Nature Reviews. Microbiology.. 2, 123-140.
Kaper, J. B., Nataro J. P., & Mobley H. L. (2004).  Pathogenic Escherichia coli. Nature Reviews. 2, 123-140.
Kaper, J. B., Morris, Jr J. G., & Levine M. M. (1995).  Cholera. Clinical Microbiology Reviews. 8(1), 
Kaplan, R.. M., & Anderson J.. P. (1988).  A general health policy model: update and applications. Health services research. 23, 203-235.
Kaplowitz, L.. G., Fischer J.. J., & Sparling P.. F. (1981).  Rocky Mountain spotted fever: a clinical dilemma. Curr. Clin. Top. Infect. Dis. 2, 89-108.
Karagiannis, B., Schimmer A., Van Lier A., Timen P., Schneeberger B., Rietveld A., et al. (2009).  Investigation of a Q fever outbreak in a rural area of The Netherlands. Epidemiology and Infection. 137,
Karagiannis, I., Schimmer B., & Husman AM. de Roda (2009).  Compliance with boil water advice following a water contamination incident in the Netherlands in 2007. Eurosurveillance. 14, 19156.
Kasrazadeh, M., & Genigeorgis C. (1994).  Potential growth and control of Salmonella in soft Hispanic type cheese.
Kasrazadeh, M., & Genigeorgis C. (1995).  Potential growth and control of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in soft Hispanic type cheese.
Katz, DE., Heisey-Grove D., Beach M., Dicker RC., & Matyas BT. (2006).  Prolonged outbreak of giardiasis with two modes of transmission.
Katz, M.., & Plotkin S.. A. (1967).  Minimal infective dose of attenuated poliovirus for man. American Journal of Public Health and the Nations Health. 57, 10.
Kaufmann, A. F., Meltzer M. I., & Schmid G. P. (1997).  The economic impact of a bioterrorist attack: are prevention and post-attack intervention programs justifiable?. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 2, 83-94.
Kaushik, A., Mullee M. A., Bryant T. N., & Hill C. M. (2007).  A study of the association between children’s access to drinking water in primary schools and their fluid intake: can water be ‘cool’ in school?. Child: care, health, and development. 33,
Kay, D., Fleisher J. M., Godfree A. F., Jones F., Salmon R. L., Shore R., et al. (1994).  Predicting likelihood of gastroenteritis from sea bathingresults from randomised exposure. Lancet. 344,
Kay, D., Jones F., Wyer MD., Fleisher JM., Salmon RL., Godfree AF., et al. (1994).  Predicting likelihood of gastroenteritis from sea bathing: results from randomised exposure. The lancet. 344, 905–909.
Kaya, A.., Tasyaran M.., Erol S.., Ozkurt Z.., & Ozkan B.. (2002).  Anthrax in Adults and Children: A Review of 132 Cases in Turkey. Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis. 21, 258-261.
Kaya, A., Tasyaran M., Erol S., Ozkurt Z., & Ozkan B. (2002).  Anthrax in adults and children: a review of 132 cases in Turkey. European journal of clinical microbiology & infectious diseases. 21, 258–261.
Kenawy, H. Ibrahim, Ali Y. Mohammed, Rajakumar K., Lynch N. J., Kadioglu A., Stover C. M., et al. (2012).  Absence of the lectin activation pathway of complement does not increase susceptibility to Pseudomonas aeruginosa infections. Immunobiology. 217, 272–280.
Kenzie, W. R. Mac, Hoxie N. J., Proctor M. E., Gradus M. S., Blair K. A., Peterson D. E., et al. (1994).  A Massive Outbreak in Milwaukee of Cryptosporidium Infection Transmitted through the Public Water Supply. The New England Journal Medicine. 126(4), 
Kenzie, M. (1994).  A massive outbreak in Milwaukee of Cryptosporidium infection transmitted through the public water supply. New England journal of medicine. 331, 161–167.
Kerr, K.G.., & Snelling A.M.. (2009).  Pseudomonas aeruignosa: a formidable and ever-present adversary. Journal of Hospital Infection. 73, 338 - 344.