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  1. Bsat, N., M. Wiedmann, J. Czajka, F. Barany, M. Piani, and C.A. Batt. 1993. The utility of nucleic acid-based assays in the detection of Listeria monocytogenes and in the epidemiologic tracking of isolates. Proceedings of "Conquering Listeria" - A Food Safety Symposium.
  2. Wiedmann, M., A. Stolle, and C.A. Batt. 1994. Detection of Listeria monocytogenes in surface swabs using PCR-coupled ligase chain reaction. Proceedings of the 34th workshop of the German Veterinary Medical Society - Studygroup for Food Hygiene (Part I - Oral Presentations), p.114-122. Giessen, Germany.
  3. Rua-Domenech, R. de la, M. Wiedmann, C.A. Batt, H.O. Mohammed, J. Cummings, and T.E. Divers. 1995. Molecular Epidemiologic Studies on Equine Motor Neuron Disease. p.326-327. Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Equine Infectious Diseases, Tokyo, Japan.
  4. Pfeffer, M., B. Proebster, M. Wiedmann, and O.-R. Kaaden. 1995. Application of DNA amplification methods in veterinary medical diagnostics. (written in German) p.163-170. Proceedings of the 21st congress of the German Veterinary Medical Society, Bad Nauheim, Germany.
  5. Latiffah, H., M. Wiedmann, and H.O. Mohammed. 1997. Molecular epidemiologic features of listeriosis in animals in New York State. Epidemiol. sante anim. 31-32: 04.15.1-04.15.3 (Proceedings of the 8th meeting of the International Society of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Paris, France)
  6. Wiedmann, M., and K. J. Boor. 1998. Automated ribotyping for assuring quality and safety of raw and processed milk. Proceedings of the Panamerican Congress on Masititis Control and Raw Milk Quality, Merida, Mexico. pp. 391-394.
  7. Wiedmann, M., K. J. Boor, P. McDonough, B. D. Sauders, D. L. Morse, J. Schermerhorn, and C. Farchione. 1999. Laboratory surveillance and molecular subtyping for Listeria monocytogenes from human, animal and food sources. Food Microbiology and Food Safety into the next millenium (ed. A. C. J. Tuijtelaars, R. A. Samson, F. M. Rombouts, S. Notermans), pp.111-114. Foundation Food Micro '99, Zeist, The Netherlands
  8. Wiedmann, M. 2000. Relationships between virulence and Listeria monocytogenes genotypes. Proceedings from the ILSI North America Symposium Series on Food Microbiology. (submitted)
  9. Wiedmann, M. 2002. Genomics of foodborne pathogens: Research at Cornell. Proceedings, The Second Joint Colloquium on Agricultural Biotechnology: Challenges and Prospects of Agricultural Genomics; pp.53-56.
  10. Boor, K. J., and M. Wiedmann. 2003. Control of Listeria monocytogenes in sheep farming and dairy processing. Proceedings of the 9th Great Lakes Dairy Sheep Symposium. pp.4-9.
  11. Wiedmann, M., M. Roma, K. Windham, M. Gray and E. Fortes. 2004. Molecular and phenotypic characterization of Listeria monocytogenes isolates from humans and foods to define human pathogenic strains. Proceedings from the ILSI North America Symposium Series on Food Microbiology. Food Protection Trends 24:759-761
  12. Wiedmann, M. 2004. Molecular detection and subtyping methods for foodborne pathogens. Proceedings of Food Protection 2004 International Conference (ISBN_972-9044-06-6), pp. 57-61.
  13. Wiedmann, M. 2004. Listeria monocytogenes transmission from farm-to-table. Proceedings of Food Protection 2004 International Conference (ISBN_972-9044-06-6), pp. 73-81
  14. Alcaine, S. S. Sukhnanand, L. D. Warnick, W.-L. Su, P. McDonough, and M. Wiedmann. 2004 MLST and antimicrobial resistance of Salmonella. Molecular Methods in Milk Quality - Symposium Proceedings (Cornell University). p.42 - 45.
  15. Nightingale, K. K., K. Windham, and M. Wiedmann. 2004. Listeria monocytogenes contains two species-like evolutionary lineages and subtypes with reduced invasiveness. Molecular Methods in Milk Quality - Symposium Proceedings (Cornell University). p.46 - 48.
  16. Zadoks, R. N., Y. H. Schukken, and M. Wiedmann. 2004. Multi-Locus Sequence Typing of Streptococcus uberis shows reticulate evolution between housekeeping genes and positive selection in a putative vaccine target. Molecular Methods in Milk Quality - Symposium Proceedings (Cornell University). p.49 - 51.
  17. Donnelly, C., R. Raybourne, M.-A. Smith, and M. Wiedmann. 2005. Hazard characterization issues: virulence, pathogenesis, and modeling dose-response. Food Protection Trends 25: 39.
  18. Wiedmann, M., K. Windham, and K. Nightingale. 2005. Molecular Evolution of Listeria monocytogenes. Food Protection Trends 25: 60-61.