|Management options for reducing the release of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance genes to the environment|
A Pruden, DGJ Larsson, A Amézquita, P Collignon, KK Brandt, ...
Environmental health perspectives 121 (8), 878-885, 2013
|Human health risk assessment (HHRA) for environmental development and transfer of antibiotic resistance|
NJ Ashbolt, A Amézquita, T Backhaus, P Borriello, KK Brandt, P Collignon, ...
Environmental health perspectives 121 (9), 993-1001, 2013
|Mechanisms of survival, responses and sources of Salmonella in low-moisture environments|
S Finn, O Condell, P McClure, A Amézquita, S Fanning
Frontiers in microbiology 4, 331, 2013
|Ecotoxicological assessment of antibiotics: a call for improved consideration of microorganisms|
KK Brandt, A Amézquita, T Backhaus, A Boxall, A Coors, T Heberer, ...
Environment International 85, 189-205, 2015
|Competitive inhibition of Listeria monocytogenes in ready-to-eat meat products by lactic acid bacteria|
A Amézquita, MM Brashears
Journal of Food Protection 65 (2), 316-325, 2002
|Next generation microbiological risk assessment: opportunities of whole genome sequencing (WGS) for foodborne pathogen surveillance, source tracking and risk assessment|
K Rantsiou, S Kathariou, A Winkler, P Skandamis, MJ Saint-Cyr, ...
International journal of food microbiology 287, 3-9, 2018
|Development of an integrated model for heat transfer and dynamic growth of Clostridium perfringens during the cooling of cooked boneless ham|
A Amezquita, CL Weller, L Wang, H Thippareddi, DE Burson
International journal of food microbiology 101 (2), 123-144, 2005
|ProP is required for the survival of desiccated Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium cells on a stainless steel surface|
S Finn, K Hï¿ ½ndler, O Condell, A Colgan, S Cooney, P McClure, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 79 (14), 4376-4384, 2013
|Lactic acid bacteria and their uses in animal feeding to improve food safety|
MM Brashears, A Amezquita, D Jaroni
Advances in food and nutrition research 50, 1-31, 2005
|Next generation of microbiological risk assessment: Potential of omics data for exposure assessment|
HMW den Besten, A Amézquita, S Bover-Cid, S Dagnas, M Ellouze, ...
International journal of food microbiology 287, 18-27, 2018
|Validation of methods used to recover Escherichia coli O157: H7 and Salmonella spp. subjected to stress conditions|
MM Brashears, A Amezquita, J Stratton
Journal of food protection 64 (10), 1466-1471, 2001
|Development of a protocol for predicting bacterial resistance to microbicides|
L Knapp, A Amézquita, P McClure, S Stewart, JY Maillard
Applied and environmental microbiology 81 (8), 2652-2659, 2015
|A probabilistic modeling approach in thermal inactivation: estimation of postprocess Bacillus cereus spore prevalence and concentration|
JM Membré, A Amezquita, J Bassett, P Giavedoni, CW Blackburn, ...
Journal of food protection 69 (1), 118-129, 2006
|The effect of cationic microbicide exposure against Burkholderia cepacia complex (Bcc); the use of Burkholderia lata strain 383 as a model bacterium|
L Knapp, L Rushton, H Stapleton, A Sass, S Stewart, A Amezquita, ...
Journal of applied microbiology 115 (5), 1117-1126, 2013
|Effects of formulation on microbicide potency and mitigation of the development of bacterial insusceptibility|
NL Cowley, S Forbes, A Amézquita, P McClure, GJ Humphreys, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 81 (20), 7330-7338, 2015
|Bacillus cereus in personal care products: risk to consumers|
TL Pitt, J McClure, MD Parker, A Amezquita, PJ McClure
International journal of cosmetic science 37 (2), 165-174, 2015
|Characterization of Bacillus sporothermodurans IC4 spores; putative indicator microorganism for optimisation of thermal processes in food sterilisation|
A Van Zuijlen, PM Periago, A Amézquita, A Palop, S Brul, PS Fernández
Food research international 43 (7), 1895-1901, 2010
|Modeling and predicting non-isothermal microbial growth using general purpose software|
MG Corradini, A Amézquita, MD Normand, M Peleg
International journal of food microbiology 106 (2), 223-228, 2006
|Predictive model for Clostridium perfringens growth in roast beef during cooling and inhibition of spore germination and outgrowth by organic acid salts|
MX Sánchez-Plata, A Amézquita, E Blankenship, DE Burson, V Juneja, ...
Journal of food protection 68 (12), 2594-2605, 2005
|Not all Pseudomonas aeruginosa are equal: strains from industrial sources possess uniquely large multireplicon genomes|
R Weiser, AE Green, MJ Bull, E Cunningham-Oakes, KA Jolley, ...
Microbial Genomics 5 (7), 2019