2011 Center Publications

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Thesis/Dissertations

Bettasso, A. M. Application of light scattering technology in microorganism detection and classification. M.S. Thesis. 2010. Purdue University. 98 p.
Burkholder, K.M. The role of Listeria adhesion protein (LAP) during the intestinal phase of Listeria monocytogenes pathogenesis. Ph.D. Dissertation. 2010. Purdue University. 134 p.
Deering, A.J. Examination of the internalization of the human pathogenic bacteria, Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Salmonella s.v. Typhimurium, in plants. Ph.D. Dissertation. 2010. Purdue University. 145 p.
Gomez, E.D. High hydrostatic pressure effects on bacterial bioluminescence. M.S. Thesis. 2011. Purdue University.
Koo, O.K. Listeria adhesion protein and heat shock protein 60: application in pathogenic Listeria detection and implication in listeriosis prevention. Ph.D. Dissertation. 2010. Purdue University. 165 p.
Medina, S. Effect of Listeria monocytogenes pre-exposure to mammalian cells under anaerobic environment in LAP-mediated pathogenesis in subsequent infection under anaerobic conditions. M.S. Thesis. 2011. Purdue University. 100 p.
Minocha, U. Characterization and use of the temperate bacteriophage ΦV10 for the detection of Escherichia coli O157:H7. Ph.D. Dissertation. 2011. Purdue University.