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Sabin, A.. B. (1955).  Behaviour Of Chimpanzee-Avirulent Poliomyelitis Viruses In Experimentally Infected Human Volunteers. The British Medical Journal. 2, 160-162.
Sabin, A. B. (1955).  Behavior of chimpanzee avirulent poliomyelitis viruses in experimentally infected human volunteers. The American journal of the medical sciences. 230, 1.
Sabino, R., Veríssimo C., Cunha M. Ana, Wergikoski B., Ferreira F. C., Rodrigues R., et al. (2011).  Pathogenic fungi: an unacknowledged risk at coastal resorts? New insights on microbiological sand quality in Portugal. Marine pollution bulletin. 62, 1506–1511.
Sack, R. B., Siddique A. K., Longini, Jr I. M., Nizam A., Yunus M., Islam M. S., et al. (2003).  A 4-year study of the epidemiology of Vibrio cholerae in four rural areas of Bangladesh. Journal of Infectious Diseases. 187,
Sack, DA., & Sack RB. (2004).  Seminar: Cholera.
Salvador, RM. (2011).  Deteccao De Quantificacao de enterovirus em lodo de esgoto proveniente de estacoes de tratamento de esgotos com potencial uso na agrictultura do esado de sao paulo.
Sammons, L. S., Kenyon R. H., & Pedersen C. E. (1976).  Effect of vaccination schedule on immune response of Macaca mulatta to cell culture-grown Rocky Mountain spotted fever vaccine. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 4, 3.
Sapkota, A., & Sapkota AR. (2008).  Aquaculture practices and potential human health risks: Current knowledge and future priorities.
Saslaw, S., & Carlisle H. N. (1966).  Aerosol infection of monkeys with Rickettsia rickettsii. Bacteriological Reviews. 30, 3.
Saslaw, S.., & Carlisle H.. N. (1966).  Aerosol Infection of Monkeys with Rickettsia Rickettsi. Bacteriological Reviews. 30, 636-644.
Saslaw, S., Eigelsbach H. T., Wilson H. E., Prior J. A., & Carhart S. (1961).  Tularemia vaccine study I: intracutaneous challenge. Arch Intern Med. 107, 121-133.
Saslaw, S., Eigelsbach H. T., Prior J. A., Wilson H. E., & Carhart S. (1961).  Tularemia vaccine study. II. Respiratory challenge. Arch Intern Med. 702-714.
Sato, M. I., Galvani A. T., Padula J. A., Nardocci A. C., Lauretto M. S., Razzolini M. T., et al. (2013).  Assessing the infection risk of Giardia and Cryptosporidium in public drinking water delivered by surface water systems in Sao Paulo State, Brazil. Science of the Total Environment. 442,
Sato, M. Inês Zano, Di Bari M., Lamparelli C. Condé, Truzzi A. Cristina, Coelho M. Cristina L., & Hachich E. Maria (2005).  Sanitary quality of sands from marine recreational beaches of São Paulo, Brazil. Brazilian Journal of Microbiology. 36, 321–326.
Savill, MG., Hudson JA., Ball A., Klena JD., Scholes P., Whyte RJ., et al. (2001).  Enumeration of Campylobacter in New Zealand recreational and drinking waters. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 91, 38–46.
Scallan, E., Hoekstra R., Angulo F., & Tauxe R. (2011).  Foodborne illness acquired in the United States-major pathogens.
Schell, M.. A., Ulrich R.. L., Ribot W.. J., Brueggemann E.. E., Hines H.. B., Chen D.., et al. (2007).  Type VI secretion is a major virulence determinant in Burkholderia mallei. Molecular Microbiology. 64, 6.
Schiff, G. M., Stefanović G. M., Young E. C., Sander D. S., Pennekamp J. K., & Ward R. L. (1984).  Studies of echovirus-12 in volunteers: determination of minimal infectious dose and the effect of previous infection on infectious dose. The Journal of infectious diseases. 150, 6.
Schimmer, B., R Schegget ter., Wegdam M., Züchner L., De Bruin A., Schneeberger P. M., et al. (2010).  The use of a geographic information system to identify a dairy goat farm as the most likely source of an urban Q-fever outbreak. BMC Infectious Disease. 10,
Schimmer, B., Dijkstra F., Vellema P., Schneeberger P. M., Hackert V., R Schegget ter., et al. (2009).  Sustained intensive transmission of Q fever in the South of the Netherlands. Eurosurveillance. 14(9), 
Schoen, M. E., & Ashbolt N. J. (2011).  An in-premise model for Legionella exposure during showering events. Water research. 45, 5826–5836.
Schoen, M. E., & Ashbolt N. J. (2011).  An in-premise model for Legionella exposure during showering events. Water research. 45,
Schwake, D. Otto, Garner E., Strom O. R., Pruden A., & Edwards M. A. (2016).  Legionella DNA markers in tap water coincident with a Spike in Legionnaires’ disease in Flint, MI. Environmental Science & Technology Letters. 3, 311–315.
Schwake, D. (2016).  Legionella DNA Markers in Tap Water Coincident with Spike in Legionnaires’ Disease in Flint, MI. Environmental Science & Technology Letters.
Schwartz, R. (2012).  Enteroviruses.