2011 Center Publications

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Abstracts for major papers/posters presented

Amalaradjou, M.A.R., Koo, O.K., Bhunia, A.K. Lactobacillus paracasei expressing LAP reduces cell invasion, translocation and cytotoxicity of L. monocytogenes in Caco-2 cells. 11th General Meeting of American Society for Microbiology, New Orleans, LA. 2011. Abstract #11-GM-A-2431-ASM.
Bai, N., Bae, E., Aroonnual, A., Bhunia, A.K., Hirleman, E.D. Morphology characterization of bacterial colonies for predicting forward scattering patterns. Optical Society of America Optics and Photonics Congress, Karlsruhe, Germany. 2010.
Banerjee, P. and Bhunia, A.K. Hand-held biosensor for rapid detection of hemolytic and cytolytic toxins in foods and beverages. Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. 2010. Abstract # 036-10.
Davis, R., Reuhs, B.L., Mauer, L.J. Detection and quantification of live bacteria in the presence of dead bacteria in different food matrices using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR). Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. 2010.
Davis, R., Reuhs, B.L., Mauer, L.J. Identification and classification of E. coli O157:H7 strains at serotype levels by Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy techniques combined with multivariate analysis. Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. 2010.
Deering, A.J., Reuhs, B.L., Mauer, L.J. Comparison of detection limits for differentiation between live and dead Escherichia coli cells using FT-IR spectroscopy and quantitative PCR (qPCR). Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. 2010.
Fleishman-Littlejohn, A., Bigando, A., Bae, E., Bhunia, A.K. Light-scattering sensor for real-time identification of Vibrio parahaemolyticus and V. vulnificus colonies. 11th General Meeting for the American Society for Microbiology. 2011. Abstract # 11-GM-A-2378-ASM.
Hamers, R.J., Clare, T.L., Butler, J., Radadia, A., Zeng. H., King, W., Carlisle, J., Bashir, R., Stavis, C. Diamond as an ultra-stable platform for biologically selective surfaces: from proteins to cells. Materials Research Society Meeting Symposium A: Diamond Electronics-Fundamentals to Applications IV. 2010.
Kim, H., Burkholder, K.M., Bhunia, A.K. Influence of secreted LAP on Listeria infection in Caco-2 cell model. Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. 2010. Abstract #037-30.
Kim, H., Christina, B., Bhunia, A.K. Influence of secreted Listeria Adhesion Protein (LAP) on transepithelial translocation and cytokine release during Listeria infection in Caco-2 cell model. Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. 2011. Abstract #037-01.
Koo, O., and Bhunia, A.K. Selection of probiotic lactic acid bacteria for prevention of L. monocytogenes. Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. 2010. Abstract # 072-02.
Liu, Y., Privorotskaya, N., Lee, J., Zeng, H., Carlisle, J.A., Radadia, A., Millet, L. Bashir, R., King, W.P. Rapid thermal lysis of cells using silicon-diamond microcantilever heaters. 7th International Workshop on Nanomechanical Cantilevers. Banff, Canada. 2010.
Mendonca, M., Mishra, K.K., Bhunia, A.K. Acetaldehyde dehydrogenase domain of the Listeria Adhesion Protein in L. monocytogenes is responsible for adherence to ileocecal HCT-8 cell line. American Society for Microbiology General Meeting. New Orleans, LA. 2011. Abstract #11-GM-A-3379-ASM.
Mendonça, S., Duarte-Gomez, E.E., Bhunia, A.K., Applegate, B. Detection of protein expression using light-scattering sensor in Salmonella enterica, P. fluorescens and E. coli. American Society for Microbiology General Meeting. New Orleans, LA. 2011.
Minocha, U., Romero, P., Bourn, J., Rosenfield, C., Applegate, B. Detection of Escherichia coli O157:H7 using ΦV10cobA-kan lysogens. American Society for Microbiology. New Orleans, LA. 2011.
Minocha, U., Welkie, D., Tanner, P., Orr, M.J., McCarthy, A.T., Bettasso, A., Wickham, G., Thompson, D., Bhunia, A., Turco, R., Cousin, M., Applegate, B. Use of natural microbial flora to identify parameters associated with pathogen transference to leafy greens during primary production. American Society for Microbiology. San Diego, CA. 2010.
Mishra, K., Kim, H., Mendonca, M., Aroonnual, A., Bhunia, A.K. Study of cell structure and colony morphology in secA2 deletion mutant of Listeria monocytogenes 4b (F4244). Midwest Microbial Pathogenesis Conference. St Louis, MO. 2010.
Radadia, A., Stavis, C., Liu, Y-S., Privorotskaya, N., Zeng, H., Carlisle, J.A., King, W.P., Hamers, R.J., Bashir, R. Functionalized ultra-nanocrystalline diamond (UNCD) films for pathogen sensing. Materials Research Society Meeting, Symposium A: Diamond Electronics and Bioelectronics-Fundamentals to Applications IV. Boston, MA. 2010.
Robinson, J.P., Kramer, D., Patsekin, V., Holdman, C., Sturgis, J. A low cost device for bacterial identification useful for resource limited regions. ISAC Congress. Baltimore, MD. 2011.
Robinson, J.P., Patsekin, V., Kramer, D., Holdman, C., Fatig, R., Sturgis, J., Bhunia, A., Dietz, J.E., Bae, E., Davisson, V.J. A biodefense-driven approach to bacterial identification in the clinical environment, ISAC Congress. Baltimore, MD. 2011.
Robinson, J.P., Rajwa, B., Holdman, C., Patsekina, G., Hirlman, E.D., Bhunia, A., Davisson, V.J., Patsekin, V. Extraction of classification features from images of angular light scattered from bacterial colonies using a 632nm laser. BioKorea. Seoul, Korea. 2010.
Tang, Y., Singh, A., Bae, E., Hirleman, E.D., Bhunia, A.K. Differentiation of serovars of Escherichia coli colonies using optical forward-scattering sensor. 11th General Meeting for American Society for Microbiology. New Orleans, LA. 2011. Abstract # 11-GM-A- 3717 -ASM.
Werley, S., Kumar, A., Kwon, J., Ravindranath, S., Irudayaraj, J. Application of an optically induced electrokinetic manipulation technique on live bacteria. International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Expo. Vancouver, BC. 2010. Paper #. IMECE2010-39324. [Best Paper Award]