Berrang, M.E., Cox Jr, N.A., Meinersmann, R.J., Oakley, B., Cosby, D.E. 2014. Evaluation of methods and plating media for detection of Campylobacter in ceca from 66 different broiler flocks across 11 months. Poultry Science Association Meeting Abstract. July 14-17,2014. Corpus Christi, Texas.
Berrang, M.E., Cox Jr, N.A., Oakley, B. 2014. Sampling by sponge wipe or skin excision for recovery of inoculated Salmonella and Campylobacter from defeathered broiler carcasses. Journal of Food Protection. 77(5):824-827.
Line, J.E., Oakley, B., Stern, N. 2013. Comparison of cumulative drip sampling to whole carcass rinses for estimation of Campylobacter spp. and quality indicator organisms associated with processed broiler chickens . Poultry Science. 92(1):218-24.
Meinersmann, R.J., Lindsey, R., Bono, J.L., Smith, T.P., Oakley, B. 2013. Proposed model for the high rate of rearrangement and rapid migration observed in some IncA/C plasmid lineages. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 79(16):4806-4814.
Oakley, B., Yoon, S.C., Line, J.E., Berrang, M.E., Buhr, R.J., Cox Jr, N.A. 2013. Fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH) as a tool for visualization and enumeration of Campylobacter in broiler ceca. International Poultry Scientific Forum. P.53.
Simmons, M., Morales, C., Oakley, B., Seal, B.S. 2012. Recombinant expression of a putative prophage amidase cloned from the genome of Listeria monocytogenes that lyses the bacterium and its biofilm. Probiotics and Antimicrobial Proteins. 4:1-10.
Oakley, B., Morales, C., Hiett, K.L., Line, J.E., Seal, B.S. 2012. Application of high throughout sequencing to measure performance of commonly used selective cultivation methods for the food-borne pathogen campylobacter. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 79(2):327-336.
Zsak, L., Day, J.M., Oakley, B., Seal, B.S. 2011. The complete genome sequence and genetic analysis of phiCA82 a novel uncultured microphage from the turkey gastrointestinal system. Virology Journal. 8:331.
Oakley, B., Morales, C., Seal, B.S., Hiett, K.L., Talundzic, E., Volozhantsev, N.V. 2011. Comparative genomics of four closely related Clostridium perfringens bacteriophages reveals variable rates of evolution within a core genome. Biomed Central (BMC) Genomics. 12:212.
Line, J.E., Stern, N.J., Oakley, B., Seal, B.S. 2011. Comparison of Cumulative Drip Sampling to Whole Carcass Rinses for Estimation of Campylobacter spp. and Quality Indicator Organisms from Processed Broiler Chickens. Meeting Abstract. International Association for Food Protection meeting.
Line, J.E., Stern, N.J., Seal, B.S., Oakley, B. 2011. Comparison of an automated Most Probable Number (MPN) technique to traditional plating methods for estimating populations of total aerobes, coliforms and E. coli associated with freshly processed broiler chickens. Journal of Food Protection. 74(9):1558-1563.
Siragusa, G.R., Wise, M., Neumann, A., Oakley, B., Seal, B.S. 2011. Evidence of chitinase activity within necrotic enteritis-associated subtypes of Clostridium perfringens. Meeting Abstract. Volume: III Page:1493.
Oakley, B., Morales, C., Line, J.E., Hiett, K.L., Seal, B.S. 2011. Specificity and sensitivity of common cultivation conditions selective for Campylobacter spp. in the poultry microbiome as determined by 16S rRNA gene pyrosequencing . Meeting Abstract. Volume: III Page 135.
Seal, B.S., Hiett, K.L., Morales, C., Line, J.E., Oakley, B. 2011. Comparative media investigation and MLST characterization of Campylobacter spp. recovered from broiler fecal, carcass rinse, and exudate samples. Meeting Abstract. Volume: III Page:1340.
Oakley, B., Dowd, S.E., Purdy, K. 2011. Pyrosequencing-based validation of a simple cell-suspension PCR assay for Campylobacter with application of high-processivity polymerase with novel internal amplification controls for rapid and specific detection.. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 77(1):17-27.
Line, J.E., Stern, N.J. 2010. Comparison of an automated Most Probable Number (MPN) technique to traditional plating methods for estimating populations of total aerobes, coliforms and E. coli associated with freshly processed broiler chickens. International Association for Food Protection.