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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Donald E Corrier
Food and Feed Safety Research


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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
SYSTEM FOR THE CONTROL OF ENTEROPATHOGENIC BACTERIA IN THE CROPS OF POULTRY -
Byrd II, J.A., Stanker, L.H., Corrier, D.E. 2003. System for the control of enteropathogenic bacteria in the crops of poultry. U.S. Patent 6,555,106B2.
EFFECT OF TANNIC ACID ON CECAL VOLATILE FATTY ACIDS AND SUSCEPTIBILITY TO SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM COLONIZATION IN BROILER CHICKS -
CECAL VOLATILE FATTY ACIDS AND BROILER CHICK SUSCEPTIBILITY TO SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM COLONIZATION AS AFFECTED BY AFLATOXINS AND T-2 TOXIN -
MODELING THE SURVIVABILITY OF SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM IN THE CHICKEN CECAE USING AN ANAEROBIC CONTINUOUS-CULTURE OF CHICKEN CECAL BACTERIA -
EFFECT OF FEED WITHDRAWAL DURING FORCED MOLT OF LEGHORN HENS ON THE CROP ENVIRONMENT AND SALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS INVASION AND COLONIZATION -
EFFECT OF SELECTED ORGANIC ACIDS ON THE CONTROL OF SALMONELLA IN MARKET- AGE BROILERS DURING FEED WITHDRAWAL -
FLUORESCENT MARKER FOR THE DETECTION OF CROP AND UPPERGASTROINTESTINAL LEAKAGE IN POULTRY PROCESSING PLANTS -
EVALUATION OF SALMONELLA SEROTYPE DISTRIBUTIONS FROM COMMERCIAL BROILER HATCHERIES AND GROWER HOUSES -
EFFECT OF A COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE (CF3) ON MORTALITY AND HORIZONTALTRANSMISSION OF SALMONELLA GALLINARUM IN BROILER CHICKENS -
EFFECT OF FEED WITHDRAWAL ON CAMPYLOBACTER IN THE CROPS OF MARKET-AGE BROILER CHICKENS -
INCIDENCE OF CAMPYLOBACTER IN CROPS OF PRE-HARVEST MARKET-AGE BROILER CHICKENS -
HORIZONTAL TRANSMISSION OF SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM IN BROILER CHICKS -
DOSAGE TITRATION OF A CHARACTERIZED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE TO ESTABISH SALMONELLA COLONIZATION RESISTANCE IN BROILER CHICKENS DURING GROWOUT -
EFFECT OF CHALLENGE TIME AND DOSAGE ON SALMONELLA CECAL COLONIZATION FOLLOWING TREATMENT WITH CF3, A CHARACTERIZED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE -
CONTROL OF HORIZONTAL SPREAD OF SALMONELLA TO CONTACT CHICKS FROM SEEDER CHICKS CHALLENGED SIMULTANEOUSLY OR ONE-DAY BEFORE COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION TREATMENT -
COMPARISON OF DRAG-SWAB ENVIRONMENTAL PROTOCOLS FOR THE ISOLATION OF SALMONELLA -
EVALUATION OF THE CHICKEN CROP AS A SOURCE OF SALMONELLA CONTAMINATION FOR BROILER CARCASSES -
EFFECT OF FEED WITHDRAWAL ON THE INCIDENCE OF SALMONELLA IN THE CROP AND CECA OF MARKET AGE BROILER CHICKENS -
USE OF CONTINUOUS-FLOW DERIVED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE TO PREVENT SALMONELLA GUT COLONIZATION IN BABY PIGS -
CECAL PROPIONIC ACID AS A BIOLOGICAL INDICATOR OF THE EARLY ESTABLISHMENT OF A MICROBIAL ECOSYSTEM INHIBITORY TO SALMONELLA IN NEWLY HATCHED CHICKS -
MAINTENANCE OF A COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE BY CONTINUOUS-FLOW FERMENTATION -
INHIBITION OF HORIZONTAL SPREAD OF SALMONELLA GALLINARUM IN BROILER CHICKS BY A DEFINED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE (CF3) -
CECAL PROPIONIC ACID AS A BIOLOGICAL INDICATOR OF THE EARLY ESTABLISHMENT OF A MICROBIAL ECOSYSTEM INHIBITORY TO SALMONELLA IN BABY CHICKS -
DEFINED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE FOR PREVENTION OF SALMONELLA IN POULTRY -
CONTROL OF SALMONELLA IN BROILERS BY SPRAY-TREATMENT WITH CHARACTERIZED CF3COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE -
COMPARISON OF SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM AND SELECTED FACULTATIVE CHICKEN CECALBACTERIA SURVIVABILITY AFTER SPECIFIC AMINO ACID-LIMITED BATCH GROWTH -
EFFECT OF FORCED MOLT AND PROVISION OF LACTOSE ON THE CECAL ENVIRONMENT ANDSALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS COLONIZATION IN LEGHORN HENS -
FERMENTATION OF 14C-LABELED AMINO ACIDS BY BATCH CULTURES OF A CHARACTERIZED CONTINUOUS-FLOW (CF3) COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE OF BROILER CECAL BACTERIA -
GROWTH INHIBITION OF A POULTRY VEILLONELLA ISOLATE BY PROPIONIC ACID -
SPRAY APPLICATION AND DOSAGE TITRATION OF CHARACTERIZED CF3 COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE FOR SALMONELLA CONTROL IN BROILER CHICKENS -
SPRAY APPLICATION AND DOSAGE TITRATION OF CHARACTERIZED CF3 COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE FOR SALMONELLA CONTROL IN BROILER CHICKENS -
RESIDUAL SALMONELLA FROM POULTRY FARMS USING DRAG-SWAB SAMPLING BETWEEN FLOCKS -
SURVIVABILITY OF ESCHERICHIA COLI O157:H7 IN A DEFINED MIXED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE OF AVIAN MICROFLORA (CF3) MAINTAINED UNDER CONTINUOUS FLOW ANAEROBIC CONDITIONS -
USE OF A MIXED MICROBIAL ECOSYSTEM TO MODEL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM AND NATIVE AVIAN MICROFLORA IN AN ANAEROBIC CONTINUOUS-CULTURE SYSTEM -
USE OF A CONTINUOUS-FLOW DERIVED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE TO PREVENT SALMONELLA GUT COLONIZATION IN BABY PIGS -
USE OF DEFINED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURES TO ENHANCE COLONIZATION RESISTANCE TO ENTERIC PATHOGENS -
A DEFINED MEDIUM FOR GROWTH AND METABOLISM STUDIES OF A POULTRY ISOLATE OF VEILLONELLA -
EFFECT OF DOSAGE TITRATION OF A CHARACTERIZED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTUREON SALMONELLA RESISTANCE IN BROILER CHICKS -
EFFECT OF CHALLENGE TIME AND DOSAGE ON SALMONELLA CROP AND CECAL COLONIZATION IN BROILER CHICKS FOLLOWING TREATMENT WITH A CHARACTERIZED COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE -
EFFICACY OF SALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS-IMMUNE LYMPHOKINES FROM CHICKENS AND TURKEYS ON SE ORGAN INVASIONS IN DAY-OLD CHICKS AND TURKEY POULTS -
CHARACTERIZATION OF COLONY-STIMULATING ACTIVITY IN THE AVIAN T-CELL DERIVEDFACTOR, SALMONELLA ENTERITIDIS-IMMUNE LYMPHOKINE -
EFFECTS OF A COMPETITIVE EXCLUSION CULTURE ON (CF3) SALMONELLA CROP AND CECAL COLONIZATION IN BROILERS DURING GROWOUT -
Last Modified: 5/2/2016
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