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Book Chapters, Review Articles, and Theses

  1. Bsat, N., M. Wiedmann, J. Czajka, F. Barany, M. Piani, and C.A. Batt. 1994. Food safety applications of nucleic acid-based assays: Polymerase and ligase chain reaction can help detect foodborne pathogens and track isolates to their source of infection. Food Technol. 48(6):142-145.
  2. Wiedmann, M. 1994. Model experiments for the development of a polymerase chain reaction-coupled ligase chain reaction for the detection of Listeria monocytogenes in the food environment. (written in German). Dr. med. vet. thesis, Munich, Germany.
  3. Wiedmann, M., W. Wilson, J. Czajka, F. Barany, and C.A. Batt. 1994. Ligase-mediated detection techniques. In: Methods in DNA Amplification (ed. A. Rolfs, I. Weber-Rolfs, and U. Finckh). pp. 83-92. Plenum Publishing Corp., New York.
  4. Wiedmann, M., F. Barany, and C.A. Batt. 1995. Detection of Listeria monocytogenes by PCR coupled ligase chain reaction. In: PCR Strategies (ed. M. A. Innis, D. H. Gelfand, and J. J. Sninsky). pp. 347-361. Academic Press Inc.
  5. Wiedmann, M. 1997. Characterization of Listeria monocytogenes isolates and epidemiology of listeriosis. PhD thesis, Cornell University.
  6. Wiedmann, M., H. Eisgruber, H.-J.Zaadhof, and K.J. Boor. 1999. Clostridium tyrobutyricum. In: Encyclopedia of Food Microbiology, Academic Press, London. pp. 451-458.
  7. Wiedmann, M. and K. E. Evans. 2000. Infectious diseases of dairy animals: Listeriosis. In: Encyclopedia of Dairy Science, Academic Press, London (submitted 10/9/00)
  8. Hoffman, A. D., K. L. Gall, and M. Wiedmann. 2002. The microbial safety of minimally processed seafood with respect to Listeria monocytogenes. pp.53-75. In: The microbial safety of minimally processed foods (J. S. Novak, G. M. Sapers, and V. K. Juneja, editors) CRC Press, Boca Rato
  9. Schukken, Y. H., Y. T. Grohn and M. Wiedmann. 2003. Epidemiology of listeriosis. pp. 221-232. In: Microbial Food Safety in Animal Agriculture: Current Topics (M. Torrence and R. E.. Isaacson, editors) Iowa State Press.
  10. Etherton, T. D., D. E. Bauman, C. W. Beattie, R. D. Bremel, G. L. Conwell, V. Kapur, G. Varner, M. B. Wheeler, and M. Wiedmann. 2003. Animal Agriculture's Future through Biotechnology, Part 1: Biotechnology in animal agriculture: an overview. Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) Issue Paper Number 23 (12 pages).
  11. Sauders, B., and M. Wiedmann. 2005. Ecology of Listeria spp. and L. monocytogenes in the natural environment. In: Listeria, listeriosis, and food safety (Marth, E., and E. Ryser, editors) (submitted 04/17/2003)
  12. Windham, K., K. Kerr Nightingale, and M. Wiedmann. 2005. Molecular Evolution of Diversity of Foodborne Pathogens. p.1259 - 1291. In Food Biotechnology, eds. K. Shetty, G. Paliyath, A. Pometto, and R. E. Levin. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  13. Roberts, A., and M. Wiedmann. 2005. Host-pathogen interactions. In Understanding pathogen behaviour. ed. M. Griffiths. Woodhead Publishing Ltd., Cambridge, UK.
  14. Moorman, M., P. Pruett, and M. Wiedmann. 2005. Value and Methods for Molecular Subtyping of Bacteria. In: "Microbiological Troubleshooting in the Industrial Food Processing Environment" (submitted).