SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Adler, J.L. and Zickl, R. (1969) Winter vomiting disease. J Infect Dis 119, 668673.
  • Bennett, H.B., O'Dell, H.D., Norton, G., Shin, G., Hsu, F.C. and Meschke, J. S. (2010). Evaluation of a novel electropositive filter for the concentration of viruses from diverse water matrices. Water Sci Technol, 61, 31722.
  • Berg, G. 1967. Transmission of Viruses by the Water Route. In: Berg, G. (ed.). New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • Bosch, A., Sanchez, G., Abbaszadegan, M., Carducci, A., Guix, S., Le Guyader, F.S., Netshikweta, R., Pinto, R.M. et al. (2011). Analytical methods for virus detection in water and food. Food Anal Methods 4, 412.
  • Cashdollar, J.L. and Dahling, D.R. (2006) Evaluation of a method to re-use electropositive cartridge filters for concentrating viruses from tap and river water. J Virol Methods 132, 1317.
  • Chang, S.L., Stevenson, R.E., Bryant, A.R., Woodward, R.L. and Kabler, P.W. (1958) Removal of Coxsackie and bacterial viruses in water by flocculation. II. Removal of Coxsackie and bacterial viruses and the native bacteria in raw Ohio River water by flocculation with aluminum sulfate and ferric chloride. Am J Public Health Nations Health 48, 159169.
  • Chang, L.T., Farrah, S.R. and Bitton, G. (1981) Positively charged filters for virus recovery from wastewater treatment plant effluents. Appl Environ Microbiol 42, 921924.
  • D'Agostino, M., Cook, N., Rodriguez-Lazaro, D. and Rutjes, S. (2011). Nucleic acid amplification-based methods for detection of enteric viruses: definition of controls and interpretation of results. Food Environ Virol 3, 5560.
  • Dahling, D.R. (2002) An improved filter elution and cell culture assay procedure for evaluating public groundwater systems for culturable enteroviruses. Water Environ Res 74, 564568.
  • Dahling, D.R. and Wright, B.A. (1986) Recovery of viruses from water by a modified flocculation procedure for second-step concentration. Appl Environ Microbiol 51, 13261331.
  • Dhopeshwarkar, G.A., Rao, K.R. and Viswanathan, R. (1957) Infectious hepatitis: biochemical studies. Indian J Med Res 45, 125133.
  • Eggers, H.J. (1999) Milestones in early poliomyelitis research (1840 to 1949). J Virol 73, 45334535.
  • Elford, W.J. (1931) A new series of graded collodion membranes suitable for general bacteriological use, especially in virus studies. J Pathol Bacteriol 34, 505521.
  • Farrah, S.R. and Bitton, G. (1979) Low molecular weight substitutes for beef extract as eluents for poliovirus adsorbed to membrane filters. Can J Microbiol 25, 10451051.
  • Farrah, S.R., Gerba, C.P., Wallis, C. and Melnick, J.L. (1976) Concentration of viruses from large volumes of tap water using pleated membrane filters. Appl Environ Microbiol 31, 221226.
  • Fout, G.S., Schaefer, F.S. III, Messer, J.W. and Dahling, D.R. (1996). ICR Microbial Laboratory Manual. Washington, D.C.: US EPA.
  • Fout, G.S., Brinkman, N.E., Cashdollar, J.L., Griffin, S.M., McMinn, B.R., Rhodes, E.R., Varughese, E.A., Karim, M.R. et al. (2010). Method 1615: Measurement of Enterovirus and Norovirus Occurrence in Water by Culture and RT-QPCR. Cincinnati, OH: Publication No. EPA/600/R-10/181, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Gerba, C.P., Farrah, S.R., Goyal, S.M., Wallis, C. and Melnick, J.L. (1978) Concentration of enteroviruses from large volumes of tap water, treated sewage, and seawater. Appl Environ Microbiol 35, 540548.
  • Gibbons, C.D., Rodriguez, R.A., Tallon, L. and Sobsey, M.D. (2010) Evaluation of positively charged alumina nanofibre cartridge filters for the primary concentration of noroviruses, adenoviruses and male-specific coliphages from seawater. J Appl Microbiol 109, 635641.
  • Gibson, K.E. and Schwab, K.J. (2011) Tangential-flow ultrafiltration with integrated inhibition detection for recovery of surrogates and human pathogens from large-volume source water and finished drinking water. Appl Environ Microbiol 77, 385391.
  • Gibson, K.E., Schwab, K.J., Spencer, S.K. and Borchardt, M.A. (2012). Measuring and mitigating inhibition during quantitative real-time PCR analysis of viral nucleic acid extracts from large-volume environmental water samples. Water Res 46, 42814291.
  • Greenberg, A. and Taras, A.M.J. (eds.) (1981). Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater. Washington, DC: American Public Health Association.
  • Haramoto, E., Katayama, H., Utagawa, E. and Ohgaki, S. (2009) Recovery of human norovirus from water by virus concentration methods. J Virol Methods 160, 206209.
  • Hill, V.R., Polaczyk, A.L., Kahler, A.M., Cromeans, T.L., Hahn, D. and Amburgey, J.E. (2009) Comparison of hollow-fiber ultrafiltration to the USEPA VIRADEL technique and USEPA method 1623. J Environ Qual 38, 822825.
  • Holowecky, P.M., James, R.R., Lorch, D.P., Straka, S.E. and Lindquist, H.D. (2009) Evaluation of ultrafiltration cartridges for a water sampling apparatus. J Appl Microbiol 106, 738747.
  • Ijzerman, M.M., Dahling, D.R. and Fout, G.S. (1997) A method to remove environmental inhibitors prior to the detection of waterborne enteric viruses by reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction. J Virol Methods 63, 145153.
  • Ikner, L.A., Soto-Beltran, M. and Bright, K.R. (2011) New method using a positively charged microporous filter and ultrafiltration for concentration of viruses from tap water. Appl Environ Microbiol 77, 35003506.
  • Ivanovski, D. (1892) Uber die mosaikkrankheit der tabakspflanze (On the mosaic disease of tobacco plant). Bull Acad Imp Sci 35, 6770.
  • Karim, M.R., Rhodes, E.R., Brinkman, N., Wymer, L. and Fout, G.S. (2009) New electropositive filter for concentrating enteroviruses and noroviruses from large volumes of water. Appl Environ Microbiol 75, 23932399.
  • Kelly, S.M. (1953) Detection and occurrence of Coxsackie viruses in sewage. Am J Public Health Nations Health 43, 15321538.
  • Kidd, A.H., Chroboczek, J., Cusack, S. and Ruigrok, R.W. (1993). Adenovirus type 40 virions contain two distinct fibers. Virology 192, 7384.
  • Kristensson, K. (1999) The discovery of the poliovirus. Brain Res Bull 50, 461.
  • Lambertini, E., Spencer, S.K., Bertz, P.D., Loge, F.J., Kieke, B.A. and Borchardt, M.A. (2008) Concentration of enteroviruses, adenoviruses, and noroviruses from drinking water by use of glass wool filters. Appl Environ Microbiol 74, 29902996.
  • Landsteiner, K. and Popper, A.E. (1909) Uebertragung der poliomyelitis acuta auf. Affen Z Immunitasforsch 2, 377390.
  • Lechevalier, H. (1972) Dmitri Iosifovich Ivanovski (1864–1920). Bacteriol Rev 36, 135145.
  • Lo, G.G. and Berger, B. (1952) Use of ion exchange resins in partial purification and concentration of poliomyelitis virus. J Lab Clin Med 39, 970973.
  • Madeley, C.R. and Cosgrove, B.P. (1975) Letter: 28 nm particles in faeces in infantile gastroenteritis. Lancet 2, 451452.
  • McMinn, B.R., Cashdollar, J.L., Grimm, A.C. and Fout, G.S. (2012) Evaluation of the celite secondary concentration procedure and an alternate elution buffer for the recovery of enteric adenoviruses 40 and 41. J Virol Methods 179, 423428.
  • Melnick, J.L., Gerba, C.P. and Wallis, C. (1978) Viruses in water. Bull World Health Organ 56, 499508.
  • Michen, B. and Graule, T. (2010) Isoelectric points of viruses. J Appl Microbiol 109, 388397.
  • Naidu, S.S. and Viswanathan, R. (1957) Infectious hepatitis in pregnancy during Delhi epidemic. Indian J Med Res 45, 7176.
  • Olszewski, J., Winona, L. and Oshima, K.H. (2005) Comparison of 2 ultrafiltration systems for the concentration of seeded viruses from environmental waters. Can J Microbiol 51, 295303.
  • Parshionikar, S.U., Cashdollar, J. and Fout, G.S. (2004) Development of homologous viral internal controls for use in RT-PCR assays of waterborne enteric viruses. J Virol Methods 121, 3948.
  • Preston, D.R., Vasudevan, T.V., Bitton, G., Farrah, S.R. and Morel, J.L. (1988) Novel approach for modifying microporous filters for virus concentration from water. Appl Environ Microbiol 54, 13251329.
  • Rhodes, E., Hamilton, D.W., See, M.J. and Wymer, L. (2011). Evaluation of hollow-fiber ultrafiltration primary concentration of pathogens and secondary concentration of viruses from water. J Virol Methods 176, 3845.
  • Schultz, A.C., Perelle, S., di Pasquale, S., Kovac, K., de Medici, D., Fach, P., Sommer, H.M. and Hoorfar, J. (2011) Collaborative validation of a rapid method for efficient virus concentration in bottled water. Int J Food Microbiol 145(Suppl 1), S158S166.
  • Shields, P.A., Berenfeld, S.A. and Farrah, S.R. (1985) Modified membrane-filter procedure for concentration of enteroviruses from tap water. Appl Environ Microbiol 49, 453455.
  • Sobsey, M.D. and Glass, J.S. (1980) Poliovirus concentration from tap water with electropositive adsorbent filters. Appl Environ Microbiol 40, 201210.
  • Toomey, J.A. (1945) Poliomyelitis. Arch Surg 51, 306309.
  • USEPA (1996). Information Collection Rule Technical Summary.
  • Ver, B.A., Melnick, J.L. and Wallis, C. (1968) Efficient filtration and sizing of viruses with membrane filters. J Virol 2, 2125.
  • Victoria, M., Guimaraes, F., Fumian, T., Ferreira, F., Vieira, C., Leite, J.P. and Miagostovich, M. (2009) Evaluation of an adsorption-elution method for detection of astrovirus and norovirus in environmental waters. J Virol Methods 156, 7376.
  • Vilagines, P., Sarrette, B., Champsaur, H., Hugues, B., Dubrou, S., Joret, J.C., Laveran, H., Lesne, J. et al. (1997). Round robin investigation of glass wool method for poliovirus recovery from drinking water and sea water. Water Sci Technol 35, 445449.
  • Viswanathan, R. and Sidhu, A.S. (1957) Infectious hepatitis; clinical findings. Indian J Med Res 45, 4958.
  • Wallis, C. and Melnick, J.L. (1967a) Concentration of enteroviruses on membrane filters. J Virol 1, 472477.
  • Wallis, C. and Melnick, J.L. (1967b) Concentration of viruses from sewage by adsorption on millipore membranes. Bull World Health Organ 36, 219225.
  • Wallis, C. and Melnick, J.L. (1967c) Concentration of viruses on aluminum and calcium salts. Am J Epidemiol 85, 459468.
  • WHO (1979). Human Viruses in Water, Wastewater, and Soil. In: GROUP, W. H. O. S. (ed.). Geneva: World Health Organization.
  • Yeh, H.Y., Pieniazek, N., Pieniazek, D., Gelderblom, H. and Luftig, R.B. (1994). Human adenovirus type 41 contains two fibers. Virus Res 33, 179198.