2004 Center Publications

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Thesis/Dissertations

Gaba, Anjali, Agricultural and Biological Engineering. Bioprocess Engineering. M.S., (2000-2003), Covalent Immobilization of Antibody C11E9 on a Silica Surface for Use in a Biosensor and Capture of Antigen Listeria Monocytogenes Using the Immobilized Antibody.
Geng, T., Study of antibodies to stress induced cellular antigens of Listeria monocytogenes and its detection using a fiber-optic biosensor in food. PhD Dissertation. 2004. Purdue University. 140 p.
Geng, Tao, Food Science, Ph.D., (2001-2004), Study of Antibodies to Stress Induced Cellular Antigens of Listeria monocytogenes and its Detection Using a Fiber-Optic Biosensor in Food. Dissertation Defended: April 6, 2004.
Gomez, Rafael, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ph.D., (2001-2003), Microfabricated Device for Impedance-Based Electronic Detection of Bacterial Metabolism. Dissertation Defended: November 26, 2003.
Guo, S., Optical scattering for bacterial colony detection and characterization. Master of Science Dissertation. 2004. Purdue University. 98 p.
Maldonado, Y., Characterization of Escherichia coli from food, clinical and environmental sources by genomic typing, cytotoxicity analysis and by adhesion to eukaryotic cells. MS Thesis. 2004. 116 p.
Naschansky, K.M., Cytotoxicity and cell-based sensors for detection of Listeria monocytogenes and Bacillus cereus. PhD Dissertation. 2004. Purdue University. 115 p.
Vierra, J. M., Detection of Fusarium graminearum and Fusarium verticillioides by immunocapture real-time PCR. M.S. Thesis. 2004. Purdue University. 69 p.
Wampler, J.L., Listeria monocytogenes adhesion to intestinal cells is mediated in part, by interaction of Listeria adhesion protein with a eukaryotic cell receptor, heat shock protein 60. PhD Dissertation. 2003. Purdue University. 86 p.