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Abuladze, T., Li, M., Menetrez, M.Y., Dean, T., Senecal, A. and Sulakvelidze, A. 2008.
“Bacteriophages reduce experimental contamination of hard surfaces, tomato, spinach, broccoli and
ground beef by
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6238.

Atterbury, R. 2009. “Bacteriophage biocontrol in animals and meat products”, Microbial
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612.

Atterbury, R.J., Van Bergen, M.A.P., Oritz, F., Lovell, M.A., Harris, J.A., De Boer, A., Wagenaar,
J.A., Alle
n, V.M. and Barrow, P.A. 2007. “Bacteriophage therapy to reduce
Salmonella
colonization of
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4549.


Atterbury, R.J., Connerton, P.L., Dodd, C.E.R., Rees, C.E.D. and Connerton, L.F. 2003. “
Application
of host
-
specific bacteriophages to the surface of chicken skin leads to a reduction in recovery of
Campylobacter jejuni
”,
Applied and Environmental Microbiology,

69,

p.6302
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6306.


Bigwood, T., Hudson, J.A. and Billington, C. 2009. “Influence of

host and phage concentration on the
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291, p.59
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64.


Bigwood, T., Hudson, J.A., Billington, C., Carey
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Smith, G.V. and Heinemann, J.A. 2008. “Phage
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Bruttin, A. and Brüssow, H. 2005. “Human volunteers receiving
Escherichia coli

T4 orally: a safety
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2878.


Callaway. T.R., Edrington, T.S., Braddan, A.D., Kutter, E.M., Anderson, R.C. and Nisbet, D.J.

2006.
“Use of bacteriophage to reduce

E. coli

O157:H7 in the intestinal tract and the hides of cattle”,
presented at VTEC 2006, Melbourne,
Australia.


Carlton, R.M., Noordman, W.H., Biswas, B., de Meester, E.D. and Loessner, M.J. 2005.
“Bacteriophage P100 for control of
Listeria monocytogenes

in foods: Genome sequence, bioinformatic
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312.


Delbrück, M. 1940. “The growth of bacteriophage and lysis of the host”, Journal of General
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660.


Dykes, G.A. and Moorhead, S.M. 2002. “Combined antimicrobial effect of nisin and listeriopha
ge
against
Listeria monocytogenes

in broth but not in buffer or on raw beef”, International Journal of Food
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81.


Fischetti, V.A. 2005. “Bacteriophage lytic enzymes: novel anti
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infectives”, Trends in Microbiology,
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496.


Fox,

J.L. 2005. “Therapy with phage: Mirage or potential barrage of products?”, ASM News, 71,
p.453
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455.


García, P., Madera, C., Martínez, B. and Rodríguez, A. 2007. “Biocontrol of
Staphylococcus aureus

in
curd manufacturing processes using bacteriophages”, I
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1239.


García, P., Madera, C., Martínez, B., Rodríguez, A. and Suárez, J.E. 2009. “Prevalence of
bacteriophages infecting
Staphylococcus aureus

in dairy samples and their potential as biocontrol
agents”, Journal of Dairy Science, 92,

p.3019
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3026.


Goode, D., Allen, V.M. and Barrow, P.A. 2003. “Reduction of experimental
Salmonella
and
Campylobacter
contamination of chicken skin by application of l
ytic bacteriophages”, Applied and
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5036.


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,

L
.

and Abedon
, S.
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.

(2003) Bacteriophage control and bioprocessing: Application of phage
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262.


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International Journal of Food Microbiology,

10, p.331
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342.


Greer, G.G. 2005. “Bacteriophage control of foodborne bacteria”, Journal of Food Protection, 68,

p.1102
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1111.


Guenther, S., Huwyler
, D., Richard, S. and Loessner, M.J. 2009. “Virulent bacteriophage for efficient
biocontrol of
Listeria monocytogenes

in ready
-
to
-
eat foods”, Applied and Environmental
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p.93
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100.


Hagens, S. and Offerhaus, M.L. 2008. “Bacteriophages
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54.


Higgins, J.P., Higgins, S.E., Guenther, K.L., Huff, W., Donoghue, A.M., Donoghue, D.J. and Hargis,
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Salmonella

in poultry”, Poultry
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Holck, A. and Berg, J. 2009. “Inhibition of
Listeria monocytogenes

in cooked ham by virulent
bacteriophages and protective cultures”, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 75, 6944
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6946.


Hudson, J.A., Bigwood, T., Premaratne, A.,

Billington, C., Horn, B. and McIntyre, L. 2010. “Potential
to use UV
-
inactivated bacteriophages to control foodborne pathogens”, Foodborne Pathogens and
Disease, 7, p.687
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693.


Hudson, J.A., Billington, C., Carey
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Smith, G. and Greening, G. 2005. “Bacterio
phages as biocontrol
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Hudson, J.A., Billington, C & McIntyre, L. 2009a. “Biological control of human pathogens on
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Hudson, J.A., McIntyre, L. and Billington, C. 2009b. “Bacteriophages and the control of bacteria in
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Hudson J.A., McIntyre, L. and Billington, C. 2010


Application of bacteriophages to control
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. In: Bacteriophages in
the control
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Kasman, L.M., Kasman, A., Westwater, C., Dolan, J., Schmidt, M.G. and Norris, J.S. 2002.
“Overcoming the phage replication threshold:
a mathematical model with implications for phage
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5564.


Kim, K.
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P., Klumpp, J. and Loessner, M.J. 2007. “
Enterobacter sakazakii

bacteriophages can prevent
bacterial growth in reconstituted infant formula”, Internat
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p.195
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203.


Kocharunchitt, C., Ross, T. and McNeill, D.L. 2009. “Use of bacteriophages as biocontrol agents to
control
Salmonella

associated with seed sprouts”, International Journal of Food Microbiology, 128,
p.453
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Leverentz, B., Conway, W.S., Alavidze, Z., Janisiewicz, W.J., Fuchs, Y., Camp, M.J., Chighladze, E.
and Sulakvelidze, A. 2001. “Examination of bacteriophage as a biocontrol method for
Salmonella

on
fresh
-
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1121.


Leverentz, B., Conway, W.S., Camp, M.J., Janisiewicz, W.J., Abuladze, T., Yang, M., Saftner, R. and
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Listeria monocytogenes

on fresh
-
cut produce by treatment with
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4526.


Leverentz, B., Conway, W.S., Janisiewicz, W.J. and Camp, M.J. 2004. “Optimizing concentration and
timing of a phage spray application to reduce
Listeria monocytogenes

on honeydew melon
tissue”,
Journal of Food Protection, 67, p.1682
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1686.


Lindberg, A.A. 1967. “Studies of a receptor for Felix O
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1 phage in
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”, Journal of
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Loc Carrillo, C.M., Atterbury, R.J., El
-
Shibiny, A., Connerton
, P.L., Dillon, E., Scott, A. and
Connerton, I.F. 2005. “Bacteriophage therapy to reduce
Campylobacter jejuni
colonization of broiler
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71, p.6554
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6563.


Martínez, B., Obeso, J.M., Rodríguez, A. and García,
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bacteriophage corresistance in
Staphylococcus aureus
”, International Journal of Food Microbiology, 122,

p.253
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Modi. R., Hirvi, Y., Hill, A. and Griffiths, M.W. 2001. “Effect of phage on survival of
Salmonella

Enteritidis

during manufacture and storage of cheddar cheese made from raw and pasteurised milk”,
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O'Flaherty, S., Coffey, A., Meaney, W.J., Fitzgerald, G.F. and Ross, R.P. 2005. “Inhibition of
bacteriophage K proliferation on
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in raw bovine milk”, Letters in Applied
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O'Flynn, G., Ross, R.P., Fitzgerald, G.F. and Coffey, A. 2004. “Evaluation of a cocktail of three
bacteriophages for biocontrol of
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Obeso, J.M., Martínez, B., Rodríguez, A
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staphylococcal bacteriophage ΦH5 endolysin active against
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in milk”,
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218.


Pao, S., Randolph, S.P., Westbrook, E.W. and
Shen, H. 2004. “Use of bacteriophages to control
Salmonella

in experimentally contaminated sprout seeds”, Journal of Food Science, 69, p.M127
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M130.


Paradis
-
Bleau, C., Cloutier, I., Lemieux, L., Sanschagrin, F., Laroche, J., Auger, M., Garnier, A. and
Leve
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Pseudomonas aeruginosa

phage ΦKZ gp144
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Schellekens, M., Wouters, M.J., Hagens, S. and Hugenholtz, J. 2007. “Bacteriophage P100 applic
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to control
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on smeared cheese”, Milchwissenschaft, 62, p.284
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287.


Sharma, M., Patel, J.R., Conway, W.S., Ferguson, S. and Sulakvelidze, A. 2009. “Effectiveness of
bacteriophages in reducing
Escherichia coli
on fresh
-
cut
cantaloupes and lettuce”, Journal of Food
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1485.


Soni, K.A. and Nannapaneni, R. 2010. “Bacteriophage significantly reduces
Listeria monocytogenes

on
raw salmon fillet tissue”,

Journal of Food Protection, 73, p.32
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Soni, K.A., Nan
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Listeria monocytogenes

on the
surface of fresh channel catfish fillets by bacteriophage Listex P100” Foodborne Pathogens and
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,

A
.

and Pasternack
,

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.
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.

(2010) Industrial and

regulatory issues in bacteriophage
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and
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Tsuei, A.
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C., Carey
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Smith, G.V.
, Hudson, J.A., Billington, C. and Heinemann, J.A. 2007. “Prevalence
and numbers of coliphages and
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Whichard, J.M., Sriranganathan, N. an
d Pierson, F.W. 2003. “Suppression of
Salmonella

growth by
wild
-
type and large
-
plaque variants of bacteriophage Felix O1 in liquid culture and on chicken
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225.


Ye, J., Kostrzynska, M., Dunfield, K. and
Warriner, K. 2010. “Control of
Salmonella

on sprouting
mung bean sprouts and alfalfa seeds by using a biocontrol preparation based on antagonistic bacteria
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17.


Ye, J., Kostrzynska, M., Dunfield, K. an
d Warriner, K. 2009. “Evaluation of a biocontrol preparation
consisting of
Enterobacter asburiae

JX1 and a lytic bacteriophage cocktail to suppress the growth of
Salmonella

Javina associated with tomatoes”, Journal of Food Protection, 72, p.2284
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2292.