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Levine, M. M., Black R. E., Clements M. L., Nalin D. R., Cisneros L., & Finkelstein R. A. (1981).  Acute enteric infections in children. New prospects for treatment and prevention.
Foy, HM. (1997).  Adenoviruses.
Fitzgeorge, R.. B., Baskerville A.., Broster M.., Hambleton P.., & Dennis P.. J. (1983).  Aerosol infection of animals with strains of Legionella pneumophila of different virulence: comparison with intraperitoneal and intranasal routes of infection. Epidemiology & Infection. 90,
Fitzgeorge, R.. B., Baskerville A.., Broster M.., Hambleton P.., & Dennis P.. J. (1983).  Aerosol infection of animals with strains of Legionella pneumophila of different virulence: comparison with intraperitoneal and intranasal routes of infection.. Epidemiology and Infection. 90, 81-89.
Czuprynski, C.. J., Faith N.. G., & Steinberg H.. (2003).  A/J Mice Are Susceptible and C57BL/6 Mice Are Resistant to Listeria monocytogenes. Infection and Immunity. 71, 2.
Shepard, C.. W., Soriano-Gabarro M.., Zell E.. R., Hayslett J.., Lukacs S.., Goldstein S.., et al. (2002).  Antimicrobial postexposure prophylaxis for anthrax: adverse events and adherence. Emerging infectious diseases. 8, 10.
Hines, S. A., Chappie D. J., Lordo R. A., Miller B. D., Janke R. J., H Lindquist A., et al. (2014).  Assessment of relative potential for Legionella species or surrogates inhalation exposure from common water uses. Water research. 56, 203–213.
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Vogt, RICHARD. L., Sours HAROLD. E., Barrett T., Feldman R. A., Dickinson R. J., Witherell LINDEN., et al. (1982).  Campylobacter enteritis associated with contaminated water.. Annals of Internal Medicine. 96, 292–296.
Tribble, D.. R., Baqar S.., Carmolli M.. P., Porter C.., Pierce K.. K., Sadigh K.., et al. (2009).  Campylobacter jejuni Strain CG8421: A Refined Model for the Study of Campylobacteriosis and Evaluation of Campylobacter Vaccines in Human Subjects. Clinical Infectious Diseases. 49, 10.
Valentiner-Branth, P., Steinsland H., Fischer T. K., Perch M., Scheutz F., Dias F., et al. (2003).  Cohort Study of Guinean Children: Incidence, Pathogenicity, Conferred Protection, and Attributable Risk for Enteropathogens during the First 2 Years of Life. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. 41, 4238–4245.
Labatiuk, C.. W., Schaefer F.. W., Finch G.. R., & Belosevic M.. (1991).  Comparison of animal infectivity, excystation, and fluorogenic dye as measures of Giardia muris cyst inactivation by ozone. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 57, 11.
Chen, T.. H., Foster L.. E., & Meyer K.. F. (1974).  Comparison of the Immune Response to Three Different Yersinia pestis Vaccines in Guinea Pigs and Langurs. Journal of Infectious Diseases. 129,
Cox, P., Griffith M., Deere D., & Ferguson C. (2005).  Concentrations of Pathogens and Indicators in Animal Feces in the Sydney Watershed. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 71(10), 
Fayer, R. (2004).  Cryptosporidium: a water-borne zoonotic parasite. Veterinary parasitology. 126, 37–56.
Fayer, R. (2004).  Cryptosporidium: a Water-borne Zoonotic Parasite. Veterinary Parasitology. 126,
Fayer, R., & Xiao L. (2008).  Cryptosporidium and Cryptosporidiosis.
Xiao, L., Fayer R., & Ryan U. (2004).  Cryptosporidium taxonomy: recent advances and implications for public health.