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  1. Microbiological quality of ready-to-eat salad products collected from retail and catering settings in England during 2020-21
  2. Dynamics of Salmonella enterica and antimicrobial resistance in the Brazilian poultry industry and global impacts on public health
  3. Levels and genotypes of Salmonella and levels of Escherichia coli in frozen ready-to-cook chicken and turkey products in England tested in 2020 in relation to an outbreak of S. Enteritidis
  4. Neonatal cross-infection due to Listeria monocytogenes
  5. An assessment of the microbiological quality and safety of unpasteurised milk cheese for sale in England during 2019 – 2020
  6. Listeriosis associated with pre-prepared sandwich consumption in hospital in England, 2017.
  7. Response to the Specialist Cheesemakers Association on ‘Microbiological quality of raw drinking milk and unpasteurised dairy products: results from England 2013-2019’
  8. Increased incidence of listeriosis among pregnant women belonging to ethnic minorities in England
  9. Occurrence of Listeria and Escherichia coli in frozen fruit and vegetables collected from retail and catering premises in England 2018–2019
  10. An outbreak of human listeriosis associated with frozen sweet corn consumption: investigations in the UK
  11. Listeria monocytogenes in Cooked Chicken: Detection of an Outbreak in the UK (2016-2017) and Analysis of L. monocytogenes from Unrelated Monitoring of Foods (2013-2017)
  12. Microbiological Quality of Cooked Chicken: Results of Monitoring in England (2013-17)
  13. Microbiological quality of raw drinking milk and unpasteurised dairy products: results from England 2013-2019
  14. Human foodborne listeriosis in England and Wales, 1981 to 2015
  15. Public health risks associated with Salmonella contamination of imported edible betel leaves: Analysis of results from England, 2011–2017
  16. Listeriosis
  17. Imported edible leaves collected at retail sale in England during 2017 with an emphasis on betel and curry leaves: microbiological quality with respect to Salmonella , Shiga-toxin-producing E. coli (STEC) and levels of Escherichia coli ...
  18. An assessment of the microbiological quality and safety of raw drinking milk on retail sale in England
  19. An assessment of the microbiological quality of lightly cooked food (including sous-vide) at the point of consumption in England
  20. An assessment of the microbiological quality of liver-based pâté in England 2012–13: comparison of samples collected at retail and from catering businesses
  21. Detection and molecular characterization of Livestock-Associated MRSA in raw meat on retail sale in North West England
  22. The occurrence ofSalmonellaspp. in duck eggs on sale at retail or from catering in England
  23. Assessment of the Microbiological Quality of Meat Pies from Retail Sale in England 2013
  24. An Outbreak of Human Listeriosis in England between 2010 and 2012 Associated with the Consumption of Pork Pies
  25. Assessment of the Microbiological Safety of Precut Fruit from Retail and Catering Premises in the United Kingdom
  26. Whole genome sequencing improved case ascertainment in an outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli O157 associated with raw drinking milk
  27. Estimating the Incidence of Acute Infectious Intestinal Disease in the Community in the UK: A Retrospective Telephone Survey
  28. The occurrence ofSalmonellain raw and ready-to-eat bean sprouts and sprouted seeds on retail sale in England and Northern Ireland
  29. Listeria
  30. Investigation of an outbreak of vomiting in nurseries in South East England, May 2012
  31. An assessment of the microbiological safety of fresh whole-leaf herbs from retail premises in the United Kingdom with a focus on Salmonella spp.
  32. Public Health Investigation of Two Outbreaks of Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli O157 Associated with Consumption of Watercress
  33. Risk ranking of pathogens in ready-to-eat unprocessed foods of non-animal origin (FoNAO) in the EU: Initial evaluation using outbreak data (2007–2011)
  34. A follow-up study of hygiene in catering premises at large-scale events in the United Kingdom
  35. Defining pathogenic verocytotoxin-producingEscherichia coli(VTEC) from cases of human infection in the European Union, 2007–2010
  36. London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games: public health surveillance and epidemiology
  37. Listeria monocytogenes and the Genus Listeria
  38. Universal extraction method for gastrointestinal pathogens
  39. Microbiological aspects of public health planning and preparedness for the 2012 Olympic Games
  40. Evaluation of hygiene practices in catering premises at large-scale events in the UK: Identifying risks for the Olympics 2012
  41. Changes in Causes of Acute Gastroenteritis in the United Kingdom Over 15 Years: Microbiologic Findings From 2 Prospective, Population-Based Studies of Infectious Intestinal Disease
  42. Coryneform bacteria, listeria and erysipelothrix
  43. Listeriosis
  44. Longitudinal study of infectious intestinal disease in the UK (IID2 study): incidence in the community and presenting to general practice
  45. Human listeriosis in England, 2001–2007: association with neighbourhood deprivation
  46. Methods for determining disease burden and calibrating national surveillance data in the United Kingdom: the second study of infectious intestinal disease in the community (IID2 study)
  47. The microbiological safety of ready-to-eat specialty meats from markets and specialty food shops: A UK wide study with a focus on Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes
  48. Listeria
  49. Pooling Raw Shell Eggs: Salmonella Contamination and High Risk Practices in the United Kingdom Food Service Sector
  50. Survey of Salmonella contamination of edible nut kernels on retail sale in the UK
  51. The increasing prevalence of listeriosis--what are we missing?
  52. Report of two unlinked cases of infant botulism in the UK in October 2007
  53. Biological risks associated with consumption of reptile products
  54. Prevalence and Level of Listeria monocytogenes and Other Listeria Species in Selected Retail Ready-to-Eat Foods in the United Kingdom
  55. Assessment of the microbiological safety of salad vegetables and sauces from kebab take-away restaurants in the United Kingdom
  56. Disease Presentation in Relation to Infection Foci for Non-Pregnancy-Associated Human Listeriosis in England and Wales, 2001 to 2007
  57. Outbreak of Listeria monocytogenes in an oncology unit associated with sandwiches consumed in hospital
  58. Association Between a Case Study of Asymptomatic Ovine Listerial Mastitis and the Contamination of Soft Cheese and Cheese Processing Environment withListeria monocytogenesin Portugal
  59. Assessment of the microbiological safety of dried spices and herbs from production and retail premises in the United Kingdom
  60. A Clostridium perfringens food poisoning outbreak associated with consumption of chicken curry supplied by a home caterer
  61. The Identification and Characterization ofClostridium perfringensby Real-Time PCR, Location of Enterotoxin Gene, and Heat Resistance
  62. Biology
  63. Jim McLauchlin and Christine Little, Editors, Hobbs' Food Poisoning and Food Hygiene (7th edition), Hudder Arnold (2007) xviii+ 412 pages, soft cover, UK£ 19.99, ISBN 978 0 340 90530 2,
  64. Microbiological quality of retail cheeses made from raw, thermized or pasteurized milk in the UK
  65. Microbiological Safety of Sandwiches from Hospitals and Other Health Care Establishments in the United Kingdom with a Focus on Listeria monocytogenes and Other Listeria Species
  66. Construction and evaluation of a microbiological positive process internal control for PCR-based examination of food samples for Listeria monocytogenes and Salmonella enterica
  67. Prevalence and level of Listeria monocytogenes and other Listeria species in retail pre-packaged mixed vegetable salads in the UK
  68. Foodborne Pathogens: Microbiology and Molecular Biology
  69. Multilocus genetic analysis of Cryptosporidium in naturally contaminated bivalve molluscs
  70. Hobbs' Food Poisoning and Food Hygiene
  71. Characterisation of small double stranded RNA molecule in Cryptosporidium hominis, Cryptosporidium felis and Cryptosporidium meleagridis
  72. Comparison of Listeria monocytogenes strain types in Irish smoked salmon and other foods
  73. Changing Pattern of Human Listeriosis, England and Wales, 2001–2004
  74. Food-borne botulism in the United Kingdom
  75. Prevalence of Listeria monocytogenes and Other Listeria Species in Butter from United Kingdom Production, Retail, and Catering Premises
  76. Listeria
  77. Tools for investigating the environmental transmission of Cryptosporidium and Giardia infections in humans
  78. Listeria
  79. Scombrotoxic fish poisoning
  80. Unravelling Cryptosporidium and Giardia epidemiology
  81. Primary cutaneous listeriosis in a veterinarian
  82. Detection of Viral, Bacterial, and Parasitological RNA or DNA of Nine Intestinal Pathogens in Fecal Samples Archived as Part of the English Infectious Intestinal Disease Study
  83. Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AFLP)—Application for DNA Fingerprinting
  84. Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AFLP)—Application for DNA Fingerprinting
  85. Wound botulism: increase in cases in injecting drug users, United Kingdom, 2004
  86. Listeria monocytogenes and listeriosis: a review of hazard characterisation for use in microbiological risk assessment of foods
  87. Detection and identification by real time PCR/RFLP analyses of Cryptosporidium species from human faeces
  88. Detection of Cryptosporidium and Giardia in molluscan shellfish by multiplexed nested-PCR
  89. A rapid method for identifying diversity within PCR amplicons using a heteroduplex mobility assay and synthetic polynucleotides: application to characterisation of dsRNA elements associated with Cryptosporidium
  90. Surveillance of Cryptosporidiosis: Progressive Approaches
  91. Molecular Characterisation and Antimicrobial Resistance of Vibrio vulnificus and Vibrio alginolyticus Isolated from Mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis)
  92. The Problem with Cryptosporidium in Swimming Pools
  93. An investigation into the microflora of heroin
  94. Microbiology and the Investigation of Waterborne Outbreaks
  95. Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AFLP) Analysis of Listeria monocytogenes
  96. Characterization of Listeria monocytogenes isolated from production lines of fresh and cold-smoked fish
  97. Listeria in ready-to-eat and unprocessed foods produced in Portugal
  98. Extraction and Genotyping of Cryptosporidium parvum DNA from Fecal Smears on Glass Slides Stained Conventionally for Direct Microscope Examination
  99. Molecular characterisation of an unusual genotype ofCryptosporidiumfrom human faeces
  100. The identification and characterisation of an unusual genotype ofCryptosporidiumfrom human faeces asCryptosporidium meleagridis
  101. Amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) analysis of Clostridium perfringens for epidemiological typing
  102. Epidemiological typing of Bacillus cereus by amplified fragment length polymorphism
  103. Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AFLP) Analysis of Listeria monocytogenes
  104. The Detection of Enterotoxins and Toxic Shock Syndrome Toxin Genes in Staphylococcus aureus by Polymerase Chain Reaction
  105. Listeria monocytogenes septic arthritis in an immunocompetent adult
  106. Characterisation of Listeria ivanovii isolates from the UK using pulsed-field gel electrophoresis
  107. The Contamination of Pâté with Listeria monocytogenes—Results from the 1994 European Community-Coordinated Food Control Program for England and Wales
  108. Antimicrobial resistance in Listeria monocytogenes from humans and food in the UK, 1967-96
  109. A comparison of Listeria monocytogenes serovar 4b isolates of clinical and food origin in Japan by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis
  110. Survey of food safety awareness among HIV-positive individuals
  111. International Committee on Systematic Bacteriology Subcommittee on the Taxonomy of Listeria, Brochothrix, and Erysipelothrix: Minutes of the Closed Meeting, 20 August 1996, Jerusalem, Israel
  112. Listeria and listeriosis
  113. The identification of Listeria species
  114. Subtyping of Listeria monocytogenes on the basis of plasmid profiles and arsenic and cadmium susceptibility
  115. The pathogenicity of Listeria monocytogenes
  116. Molecular and Conventional Typing Methods for Listeria monocytogenes: The UK Approach
  117. Serotyping of 80 strains from the WHO multicentre international typing study of Listeria monocytogenes
  118. WHO study on subtyping Listeria monocytogenes: results of phage-typing
  119. The relationship between Listeria and listeriosis
  120. The role of the Public Health Laboratory Service in England and Wales in the investigation of human listeriosis during the 1980s and 1990s
  121. Listeria innocua isolated from a case of ovine meningoencephalitis
  122. The occurrence and seasonal changes in the isolation of Listeria spp. in shop bought food stuffs, human faeces, sewage and soil from urban sources
  123. Listeria ivanovii infection in a patient with AIDS
  124. Serotyping and distribution of Listeria isolates from cases of ovine listeriosis
  125. The contamination of paté by Listeria monocytogenes in England and Wales in 1989 and 1990
  126. Typing of Listeria spp. by random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis
  127. Antimicrobial chemotherapy of meningitis due to Listeria monocytogenes in adults
  128. Pyrolysis mass spectrometry of Listeria monocytogenes isolates from sheep
  129. Listeriosis.
  130. Genetic basis of tetracycline resistance in clinical isolates of Listeria monocytogenes.
  131. Human listeriosis and pate: a possible association.
  132. Analysis of epidemic and sporadic strains of Listeria monocytogenes by pyrolysis mass spectrometry
  133. Treatment failure and recurrent human listeriosis
  134. An enzyme immunoassay for detecting Cryptosporidium in faecal and environmental samples
  136. Enhanced chemiluminescence ELISA forListeria specific antigen in cerebrospinal fluid using an FITC-anti-FITC system
  137. The occurrence of Listeria monocytogenes in cheese from a manufacturer associated with a case of listeriosis
  138. Human listeriosis in Britain, 1967–85, a summary of 722 cases: 1. Listeriosis during pregnancy and in the newborn
  139. Human listeriosis in Britain, 1967–85, a summary of 722 cases: 2. Listeriosis in non-pregnant individuals, a changing pattern of infection and seasonal incidence
  140. Distribution of serovars ofListeria monocytogenes isolated from different categories of patients with listeriosis
  141. A possible outbreak of listeriosis caused by an unusual strain of Listeria monocytogenes
  142. The diagnosis of Listeria monocytogenes serogroup 4 infections in humans by the detection of soluble antigen in cerebrospinal fluid by ELISA
  144. The rapid demonstration and presumptive identification of Listeria monocytogenes in food using monoclonal antibodies in a direct immunofluorescence test (DIFT)
  145. Monoclonal antibodies show Listeria monocytogenes in necropsy tissue samples.
  148. Listeriosis during the fetal, perinatal and neonatal period
  149. Listeria monocytogenes, recent advances in the taxonomy and epidemiology of listeriosis in humans
  151. The evaluation of a phage-typing system for Listeria monocytogenes for use in epidemiological studies
  152. Aspects of the epidemiology of human Listeria monocytogenes infections in Britain 1967-1984; the use of serotyping and phage typing
  154. Listeria monocytogenes and the Genus Listeria
  155. Clostridium botulinum and Clostridium perfringens