Office of Research and Development Publications

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Oshima, K. The Microbial Fecal Indicator Paradigm: Tools in the Toolbox Applications in Recreational Waters. Global Water Summit 2018, Paris, FRANCE, April 15 - 17, 2018.
Augustine, S., K. Simmons, T. Eason, C. Curioso, S. Griffin, Tim Wade, A. Dufour, Shay Fout, A. Grimm, K. Oshima, E. Sams, MaryJean See, AND L. Wymer. Immunoprevalence to Six Waterborne Pathogens in Beachgoers at Boquerón Beach, Puerto Rico: Application of a Microsphere-Based Salivary Antibody Multiplex Immunoassay. Frontiers in Public Health. Frontiers, Lausanne, Switzerland, 5(84):1-11, (2017).
Griffin, S., A. Egorov, Tim Wade, S. Augustine, Shay Fout, AND K. Oshima. Salivary immunoassays to investigate potential exposure to microbial contaminants from drinking water in rural Puerto Rico: an update. Inter American University of Puerto Rico (IAUPR) biennial symposium, Bayamon, PUERTO RICO, February 12, 2017.
Oshima, K., G. Norris, Alan Lindquist, K. Smith, J. Essoka, AND R. Landy. Real-time water quality monitoring and providing water quality information to the Baltimore Community. Baltimore Urban Waters Partnership Meeting, Baltimore, MD, September 22, 2016.
WADE, T. J., E. A. SAMS, R. Haugland, K. P. BRENNER, L. J. WYMER, K. OSHIMA, AND A. P. DUFOUR. Overview of risk assessment in new EPA epidemiology studies. Presented at Water and Health: Where Science Meets Policy Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, October 24, 2010.
WYMER, L. J., K. OSHIMA, J. PAAR, M. Doolittle, J. Lavender, M. VARMA, AND R. A. HAUGLAND. Effects of Holding Time, Storage, and the Preservation of Samples on Sample Integrity for the Detection of Fecal Indicator Bacteria by Quantitative Polymerase Chain Reaction (qPCR)-based assays. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-10/150, 2010.
Augustine, S., K. Simmons, T. Eason, S. Griffin, C. Curioso, L. Wymer, Shay Fout, A. Grimm, K. Oshima, AND A. Dufour. Statistical approaches to developing a multiplex immunoassay for determining human exposure to environmental pathogens. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGICAL METHODS. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 425(10):1-9, (2015).
Paar, J., M. Doolittle, M. Varma, S. Siefring, K. Oshima, AND Rich Haugland. Development and evaluation of a culture-independent method for source determination of fecal wastes in surface and storm waters using reverse transcriptase-PCR detection of FRNA coliphage genogroup gene sequences. JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 112(2):28-35, (2015).
SHANKS, O. C., MANO SIVAGANESAN, L. PEED, C. A. KELTY, A. D. Blackwood, M. R. Greene, R. T. Noble, R. N. Bushon, E. A. Stelzer, J. Kinzelman, T. Anan'eva, C. Sinigalliano, D. Wanless, J. Griffith, Y. Cao, S. Weisberg, V. J. Harwood, C. Staley, K. OSHIMA, M. VARMA, AND R. A. HAUGLAND. Interlaboratory Comparison of Real-time PCR Protocols for Quantification of General Fecal Indicator Bacteria. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. ACS Publications, Washington, DC, 46(2):945-953, (2012).
HAUGLAND, R. A. AND K. OSHIMA. USEPA Approach for the Detection and Quantification of Enterococcus by qPCR. Presented at Standardization and International Evaluation of Molecular Methods Used for Detection of Waterborne Pathogens, Paris, FRANCE, December 01, 2008.
HAUGLAND, R. A. AND K. OSHIMA. Rapid Methods for the Detection of General Fecal Indicators. Presented at Gulf of Mexico Alliance, Microbial Source Tracking (MST) & Pathogens Detection Workshop, St. Petersburg, FL, February 11, 2009.
MCDANIELS, A. E., C. C. RANKIN, L. J. WYMER, A. P. DUFOUR, AND K. OSHIMA. EFFICIENT RECOVERY OF ENTEROCOCCI FROM MARINE AND FRESH WATER BEACHES BY A 30,000 MOLECULAR WEIGHT CUTOFF HOLLOW FIBER ULTRAFILTER. Presented at American Society for Microbiology General 107th Meeing, Toronto, ON, CANADA, May 21 - 25, 2007.
OSHIMA, K. THE TOTAL COLIFORM RULE AND FUTURE OF THE INDICATORS AND PATHOGENS IN DRINKING WATER ASSESSMENT. Presented at Florida Section of the American Water Works Association Workshop 1B Emerging Pathogens of Regulatory Significance, Orlando, FL, November 27, 2006.