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- Academy of Dairy Veterinary Consultants – Spring 2014 Meeting
- B-Lactams and Florfenicol Antibiotics Remain Bioactive in Soils while Ciprofloxacin, Neomycin, and Tetracycline Are Neutralized. Murugan Subbiah, Shannon M. Mitchell, Jeffrey L. Ulman, and Doug R. Call. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Oct. 2011, p.7255-7260.
- CTX-M-Type Extended-Spectrum B-Lactamases Present in Escherichia coli from the Feces of Cattle in Ohio, United States. Thomas E. Wittum, Dixie F. Mollenkopf, Joshua B. Daniels, Anne E. Parkinson, Jennifer L. Mathews, Pamela R. Fry, Melanie J Abley, and Wondwossen A. Gebreyes. Foodborne Pathogens and Disease, Volume 7, Number 12, 2010, p.1575-1579.
- Multiresistant clones of Salmonella enterica: the importance of dissemination. Margaret A. Davis, Dale D. Hancock, and Thomas E. Besser. J Lab Clin Med, Volume 140, Number 3, September 2002, p. 135-141.
- Targeting therapy to minimize antimicrobial use in preweaned calves: Effects on health, growth, and treatment costs. A.C.B. Berge, D.A. Moore, T.E. Besser, and W.M. Sischo. J. Dairy Sci. 92:4707-4714.
- Variable within- and between-Herd Diversity of CTX-M Cephalosporinase-BearingEscherichia coli Isolates from Dairy Cattle. Dixie F. Mollenkopf, Matthew F. Weeman, Joshua B. Daniels, Melanie J. Abley, Jennifer L. Mathews, Wondwossen A. Gebreyes, and Thomas E. Wittum. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Volume 78, Number 13, July 2012, P. 4552-4560.