SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Benjamini, Y. and Hochberg, Y. (1995) Controlling the false discovery rate: a practical and powerful approach to multiple testing. J R Statist Soc B 57, 289300.
  • Buehler, S., Dindal, A., Willenberg, Z. and Riggs, K. (2004) Idaho Technology Inc. R.A.P.I.D. System for the Detection of Francisella tularensis, Yersinia pestis, Bacillus anthracis, Brucella suis, and Escherichia coli. Environmental Technology Verification Report. US Environmental Protection Agency, Advanced Monitoring Systems Center.
  • Hill, V.R., Polaczyk, A.L., Hahn, D., Narayanan, J., Cromeans, T.L., Roberts, J.M. and Amburgey, J.E. (2005) Development of a rapid method for simultaneous recovery of diverse microbes in drinking water by ultrafiltration with sodium polyphosphate and surfactants. Appl Environ Microbiol 71, 68786884.
  • Hill, V.R., Kahler, A.M., Jothikumar, N., Johnson, T.B., Hahn, D. and Cromeans, T.L. (2007) Multistate evaluation of an ultrafiltration-based procedure for simultaneous recovery of enteric microbes in 100-liter tap water samples. Appl Environ Microbiol 73, 42184225.
  • James, R., Dindal, A., Willenberg, Z. and Riggs, K. (2004) Tetracore, Inc. BioThreat Alert Anthrax, Botulinum Toxin, and Ricin Immunoassay Test Strips. Environmental Technology Verification Report. US Environmental Protection Agency, Advanced Monitoring Systems Center.
  • Juliano, J. and Sobsey, M. D. (1998) Simultaneous concentration of Cryptosporidium, bacteria, and viruses from water by hollow-fiber ultrafiltration. In Proceedings of the Water Quality Technology Conference 1998. Denver, CO: American Water Works Association.
  • Kfir, R., Hilner, C., Du Preez, M. and Bateman, B. (1995) Studies evaluating the applicability of utilizing the same concentration techniques for the detection of protozoan parasites and viruses in water. Water Sci Technol 31, 417423.
  • Kim, H.U. and Goepfert, J.M. (1974) A sporulation medium for Bacillus anthracis. J Appl Bacteriol 37, 265267.
  • Kuhn, R.C. and Oshima, K.H. (2001) Evaluation and optimization of a reusable hollow fiber ultrafilter as a first step in concentrating Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts from water. Water Res 35, 27792783.
  • Kuhn, R.C. and Oshima, K.H. (2002) Hollow-fiber ultrafiltration of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts from a wide variety of 10-l surface water samples. Can J Microbiol 48, 542549.
  • Lindquist, H.D., Harris, S., Hartzel, M., Riner, D., Rochele, P. and DeLeon, R. (2007) Using ultrafiltration to concentrate and detect Bacillus anthracis, Bacillus atrophaeus subspecies globigii, and Cryptosporidium parvum in 100-liter water samples. J Microbiol Methods 70, 484492.
  • Lopez-Pila, J.M., Dizer, H. and Wolfgang, D. (1996) Wastewater treatment and elimination of pathogens: new prospects for an old problem. Microbiologia 12, 542549.
  • Morales-Morales, H.A., Vidal, G., Olszewski, J., Rock, C.M., Dasgupta, D., Oshima, K.H. and Smith, G.B. (2003) Optimization of a reusable hollow-fiber ultrafilter for simultaneous concentration of enteric bacteria, protozoa, and viruses from water. Appl Environ Microbiol 69, 40984102.
  • Oshima, K.H., Ommani, A.W., Olszewski, J., Nuzzo, J.B. and Winona, L.J. (2001) Efficient and predictable recovery of viruses from water by small scale ultrafiltration systems. Can J Microbiol 47, 10331041.
  • Powell, M.J. and Timperman, A.T. (2005) Quantitative analysis of protein recovery from dilute, large volume samples by tangential flow ultrafiltration. J Membr Sci 252, 227236.
  • Rochelle, P.A., De Leon, R., Johnson, A., Stewart, M.H. and Wolfe, R.L. (1999) Evaluation of immunomagnetic separation for recovery of infectious Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts from environmental samples. Appl Environ Microbiol 65, 841845.
  • Simmons, O.D., Sobsey, M.D., Heaney, C.D., Schaefer, F.W. III and Francy, D.S. (2001) Concentration and detection of Cryptosporidium oocysts in surface water samples by method 16222 using ultrafiltration and capsule filtration. Appl Environ Microbiol 67, 11231127.
  • US EPA. (1983a) EPA Method 150.1, pH. In Methods for Chemical Analysis of Water and Wastes. EPA/600/4-79/020.
  • US EPA. (1983b) EPA Method 160.3, total suspended solids. In Methods for Chemical Analysis of Water and Wastes. EPA/600/4-79/020.
  • US EPA. (1983c) EPA Method 180.1, Turbidity. In Methods for Chemical Analysis of Water and Wastes. EPA/600/4-79/020.