Office of Research and Development Publications

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Zimmerman, B., A. Korajkic, N. Brinkman, A. Grimm, N. Ashbolt, AND J. Garland. A Spike Cocktail Approach to Improve Microbial Performance Monitoring for Water Reuse. WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH. Water Environment Federation, Alexandria, VA, 88(9):824-837, (2016).
Korajkic, A., D. Stoeckel, AND J. Griffith. Validation of Microbial Source Tracking Markers and Detection Protocols: Considerations for Effective Interpretation. Chapter 342, Manual of Environmental Microbiology, Fourth Edition. ASM Press, Washington, DC, , 3.4.2-1-3.4.2-13, (2016).
Fout, Shay, N. Brinkman, J. Cashdollar, S. Griffin, A. Korajkic, B. McMinn, E. Varughese, M. Ware, E. Rhodes, A. Grimm, AND C. Li. Comparison of EPA Method 1615 RT-qPCR Assays in Standard and Kit Format. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-15/130, 2015.
Korajkic, A. AND V. Harwood. Water Supplies: Microbiological Analysis. Encyclopedia of Food Health. Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, Uk, , 458–462, (2016).
Korajkic, A., B. McMinn, O. Shanks, Mano Sivaganesan, Shay Fout, AND N. Ashbolt. Biotic interactions and sunlight affect persistence of fecal indicator bacteria and microbial source tracking genetic markers in the Upper Mississippi River. APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY. American Society for Microbiology, Washington, DC, 80(13):3952-3961, (2014).
McMinn, B., A. Korajkic, AND N. Ashbolt. Evaluation of Bacteroides fragilis GB-124 bacteriophages as novel human-associated faecal indicators in the United States. Letters in Applied Microbiology. Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA, 59(1):115-121, (2014).
Harwood, V., C. Staley, B. Badgley, K. Borges, AND A. Korajkic. Microbial Source Tracking Markers for Detection of Fecal Contamination in Environmental Waters: Relationships Between Pathogens and Human Health Outcomes. FEMS. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 38(1):1-40, (2014).
Korajkic, A., B. McMinn, V. Harwood, O. Shanks, Shay Fout, AND N. ASHBOLT. Differential decay of Enterococci and Escherichia coli originating from two fecal pollution sources. APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY. American Society for Microbiology, Washington, DC, 79(7):2488-2492, (2013).
Byappanahalli, M., M. Nevers, A. Korajkic, Z. Staley, AND V. Harwood. Enterococci in the Environment. Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews. American Society for Microbiology, Washington, DC, 76(4):685-706, (2012).