Keith Warriner
Keith Warriner
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Principles of bacterial detection: biosensors, recognition receptors and microsystems
M Zourob, S Elwary, APF Turner
Springer, 2008
2292008
Interactions of Escherichia coli O157: H7, Salmonella typhimurium and Listeria monocytogenes plants cultivated in a gnotobiotic system
J Jablasone, K Warriner, M Griffiths
International journal of food microbiology 99 (1), 7-18, 2005
2252005
Recent advances in the microbial safety of fresh fruits and vegetables
K Warriner, A Huber, A Namvar, W Fan, K Dunfield
Advances in food and nutrition research 57, 155-208, 2009
2112009
What is the hysteria with Listeria?
K Warriner, A Namvar
Trends in Food Science & Technology 20 (6-7), 245-254, 2009
1602009
Application of principal component and hierarchical cluster analysis to classify fruits and vegetables commonly consumed in Ireland based on in vitro antioxidant activity
A Patras, NP Brunton, G Downey, A Rawson, K Warriner, G Gernigon
Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 24 (2), 250-256, 2011
1442011
Internalization of bioluminescent Escherichia coli and Salmonella Montevideo in growing bean sprouts
K Warriner, S Spaniolas, M Dickinson, C Wright, WM Waites
Journal of applied microbiology 95 (4), 719-727, 2003
1442003
Interaction of Escherichia coli with growing salad spinach plants
K Warriner, F Ibrahim, M Dickinson, C Wright, WM Waites
Journal of food protection 66 (10), 1790-1797, 2003
1182003
Persistence and growth of different Salmonella serovars on pre-and postharvest tomatoes
X Shi, A Namvar, M Kostrzynska, R Hora, K Warriner
Journal of food protection 70 (12), 2725-2731, 2007
1172007
Inactivation of human pathogens and spoilage bacteria on the surface and internalized within fresh produce by using a combination of ultraviolet light and hydrogen peroxide
C Hadjok, GS Mittal, K Warriner
Journal of applied microbiology 104 (4), 1014-1024, 2008
1002008
Prevalence of Salmonella spp. on Canadian pig farms using liquid or dry-feeding
A Farzan, RM Friendship, CE Dewey, K Warriner, C Poppe, K Klotins
Preventive veterinary medicine 73 (4), 241-254, 2006
992006
Control of Salmonella on sprouting mung bean and alfalfa seeds by using a biocontrol preparation based on antagonistic bacteria and lytic bacteriophages
J Ye, M Kostrzynska, K Dunfield, K Warriner
Journal of food protection 73 (1), 9-17, 2010
872010
Internalization of Escherichia coli O157: H7 following biological and mechanical disruption of growing spinach plants
R Hora, K Warriner, BJ Shelp, MW Griffiths
Journal of food protection 68 (12), 2506-2509, 2005
822005
Internalization of human pathogens within growing salad vegetables
K Warriner, F Ibrahim, M DICKINSON, C WRIGHT, WM WAITES
Biotechnology & genetic engineering reviews 20, 117-134, 2003
762003
Untangling metabolic and communication networks: interactions of enterics with phytobacteria and their implications in produce safety
M Teplitski, K Warriner, J Bartz, KR Schneider
Trends in microbiology 19 (3), 121-127, 2011
742011
The tricks learnt by human enteric pathogens from phytopathogens to persist within the plant environment
K Warriner, A Namvar
Current Opinion in Biotechnology 21 (2), 131-136, 2010
742010
SENSOR EMPLOYING IMPEDANCE MEASUREMENTS
P VADGAMA, K WARRINER, R Stewart
WO Patent 1,998,019,153, 1998
601998
A single DNA aptamer functions as a biosensor for ricin
EA Lamont, L He, K Warriner, TP Labuza, S Sreevatsan
Analyst 136 (19), 3884-3895, 2011
552011
Cross‐contamination of carcasses and equipment during pork processing
K Warriner, TG Aldsworth, S Kaur, CER Dodd
Journal of applied microbiology 93 (1), 169-177, 2002
552002
Clostridium difficile infection in an Iranian hospital
M Jalali, F Khorvash, K Warriner, JS Weese
BMC Research Notes 5 (1), 159, 2012
532012
The modification of enzyme electrode properties with non-conducting electropolymerised films
S Eddy, K Warriner, I Christie, D Ashworth, C Purkiss, P Vadgama
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 10 (9-10), 831-839, 1995
511995
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