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Automated Methods for the Quantification and Infectivity of Human Noroviruses in Water
Grant Number R833831
RFA: Development and Evaluation of Innovative Approaches for the Quantitative Assessment of Pathogens and Cyanobacteria and Their Toxins in Drinking Water (2007)
Journal Article (1)
Presentation (8)
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Journal Article Straub TM, Bartholomew RA, Valdez CO, Valentine NB, Dohnalkova A, Ozanich RM, Bruckner-Lea CJ, Call DR. Human norovirus infection of Caco-2 cells grown as a three-dimensional tissue structure. Journal of Water and Health 2011;9(2):225-240. R833831 (Final)
Presentation Bartholomew RA, Straub TM, Valentine NB, Dohnalkova A, Ozanich RM, Bruckner-Lea CJ, Zhang L, Call DR. Use of a 3-D cell culture model to investigate pathogenicity of biological agents of concern to assess “How clean is clean.” Presented at the Defence Threat Reduction Agency Chemical and Biological Defense Science and Technology Conference, Orlando, FL, November 17, 2010. R833831 (Final)
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Presentation Straub TM, Bartholomew RA, Valdez CO, Bruckner-Lea CJ, Dohnalkova A. Human norovirus infection of in-vitro small and large intestinal epithelial models. Presented at the Gordon Research Conference, Houston, TX, January 19, 2009. R833831 (Final)
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Presentation Straub TM, Bartholomew RA, Valdez CO, Bruckner-Lea CJ, Dohnalkova A, Call DR. Pathogenesis of circulating norovirus strains. Presented at the NIAID Food and Waterborne Diseases Integrated Research Network, Stevenson, WA, March 29, 2009. R833831 (Final)
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Presentation Straub TM, Bartholomew RA, Valdez CO, Bruckner-Lea CJ, Dohnalkova A, Call DR. Human norovirus infection using a 3-D organoid model of large intestinal epithelium. Presented at the American Society for Microbiology General Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, May 19, 2009. R833831 (Final)
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Presentation Straub TM, Bartholomew RA, Ozanich RM, Bruckner-Lea CJ. Automated methods for the quantification and infectivity of human noroviruses in water. Presented at the United States Environmental Protection Agency STAR Grant project review meeting, Philadelphia, PA, May 21, 2009. R833831 (Final)
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Presentation Straub TM. Host response to infectious diseases. Presented at the Advanced Bioidentification Workshop, Aberdeen, MD, January 11, 2010. R833831 (Final)
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Presentation Straub TM, Bartholomew RA, Valentine NB, Dohnalkova A, Bruckner-Lea CJ, Call DR. Human norovirus replication in tissue culture. Presented at the International Symposium on Waterborne Pathogens, Manhattan Beach, CA, May 2, 2010. R833831 (Final)
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Presentation Straub TM, Bartholomew RA, Valentine NB, Valdez CO, Dohnalkova A, Bruckner-Lea CJ, Call DR. Reproducibility of human norovirus infectivity assays. Presented at the Health Related Water Microbiology Symposium, Rotorua, New Zealand, September 18, 2011. R833831 (Final)
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