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Comparison of dkgB-linked intergenic sequence ribotyping to DNA microarray hybridization for assigning serotype to Salmonella enterica.

Jean Guard, Roxana Sanchez-Ingunza, Cesar Morales, Tod Stewart, Karen Liljebjelke, Joann Van Kessel, Kim Ingram, Deana Jones, Charlene Jackson, Paula Fedorka-Cray, Jonathan Frye, Richard Gast, Arthur Hinton,

Two DNA-based methods were compared for the ability to assign serotype to 139 isolates of Salmonella enterica ssp. I. Intergenic sequence ribotyping (ISR) evaluated single nucleotide polymorphisms occurring in a 5S ribosomal gene region and flanking sequences bordering the gene dkgB. A DNA microarray hybridization method that assessed the presence ... Read more >>

FEMS Microbiol. Lett. (FEMS microbiology letters)
[2012, 337(1):61-72]

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Selection and characterization of cellulose-deficient derivates of shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli.

Byong Kwon Yoo, Tod Stewart, Jean Guard-Bouldin, Michael Musgrove, Richard Gast, Jinru Chen,

Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) is known to have several defense mechanisms, one of which is the production of extracellular substances including cellulose. The goal of this study was to prepare pairs of STEC cultures for use in future studies designed to address the role of cellulose in protecting the ... Read more >>

J. Food Prot. (Journal of food protection)
[2010, 73(6):1038-1046]

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Behavior of Bacillus anthracis strains Sterne and Ames K0610 in sterile raw ground beef.

Mark L Tamplin, Robert Phillips, Tod A Stewart, John B Luchansky, Lynda C Kelley,

The behavior of Bacillus anthracis Sterne spores in sterile raw ground beef was measured at storage temperatures of 2 to 70 degrees C, encompassing both bacterial growth and death. B. anthracis Sterne was weakly inactivated (-0.003 to -0.014 log10 CFU/h) at storage temperatures of 2 to 16 degrees C and ... Read more >>

Appl. Environ. Microbiol. (Applied and environmental microbiology)
[2008, 74(4):1111-1116]

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