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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Tod Stewart
Egg Safety & Quality Research
Biological Science Technician

Phone: (706) 546-3436
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Room 322
950 COLLEGE STATION ROAD
RBRRC
ATHENS , GA 30605


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Comparison of dkgB-linked Intergenic Sequence Ribotyping to DNA Microarray Hydridization for Assigning Serotype to Salmonella Enterica. -
Guard, J.Y., Sanchez-Ingunza, R., Morales, C., Stewart, T.E., Liljebjelke, K., Van Kessel, J.S., Ingram, K.D., Jones, D.R., Jackson, C.R., Cray, P.J., Frye, J.G., Gast, R.K., Hinton Jr, A. 2012. Comparison of dkgB-linked Intergenic Sequence Ribotyping to DNA Microarray Hydridization for Assigning Sterotype to Salmonella enterica. FEMS Microbiology Letters. 337(1):61-72.
Serotypes of Salmonella enterica Present in the Internal Organs of Mice Caught On-farm From 1995 – 1998. -
Guard, J.Y., Stewart, T.E., Sanchez-Ingunza, R. 2012. Serotypes of Salmonella enterica Present in the Internal Organs of Mice Caught On-farm From 1995 – 1998. Poultry Science Association Meeting Abstract. p 291.
Selection and Characterization of Cellulose Deficient Derivatives of Shiga Toxin Producing Escherichia coli -
Yoo, B., Stewart, T.E., Guard, J.Y., Musgrove, M.T., Gast, R.K., Chen, J. 2010. Selection and Characterization of Cellulose Deficient Mutants of Shiga Toxin Producing Escherichia coli. 2010. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 73:1038-1046.
THE BEHAVIOR OF BACILLUS ANTHRACIS STRAINS STERNE (AVIRULENT) AND AMES K01610 (VIRULENT) IN STERILE RAW GOUND BEEF -
Tamplin, M.L., Stewart, T.E., Phillips, R., Luchansky, J.B., Kelley, L. 2008. The behavior of bacillus anthracis strains sterne (avirulent) and ames k01610 (virulent) in sterile raw gound beef. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 74:1111-1116.
DISTRIBUTION MODELS FOR PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS IN GROUND BEEF PRODUCED BY A MID-SIZE COMMERCIAL GRINDER -
Flores, R.A., Stewart, T.E. 2004. Distribution models for pathogenic organisms in ground beef produced by a mid-size commercial grinder. Journal of Food Science. 69:121-126.
DISTRIBUTION OF ESCHERICHIA COLI O157:H7 IN GROUND MEAT RESULTING FROM A LABORATORY-SCALE GRINDER -
Flores, R.A., Stewart, T.E., Tamplin, M.L. 2002. Distribution of escherichia coli o157:h7 in ground meat resulting from a laboratory-scale grinder. International Association of Food Protection Abstract # P182.
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