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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Gloria K Meade
Food Safety and Intervention Technologies Research
Biological Science Lab Technician

Phone: (302) 857-6406
Fax: (302) 857-6451
Room 32

JAMES W.W. BAKER CENTER
DSU, 1200 N DUPONT HIGHWAY
DOVER , DE 199012277

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Desirability of oysters treated by high pressure processing at different temperatures and elevated pressures -
Kingsley, D.H., Kuhn, D.D., Flick, G.J., Oh, J., Lawson, L.S., Meade, G.K., Giesecke, C.C. 2014. Desirability of oysters treated by high pressure processing at different temperatures and elevated pressures. American Journal of Food Technology. 9:209-216.
Inactivation of human norovirus using chemical sanitizers -
Kingsley, D.H., Vincent, E., Meade, G.K., Watson, C., Fan, X. 2014. Inactivation of human norovirus using chemical sanitizers. International Journal of Food Microbiology. 171:94-99.
Sensitivity of hepatitis A and murine norovirus to electron beam irradiation in oyster homogenates and whole oysters - quantifying the reduction in potential infection risks -
Nair, C., Dancho, B.A., Kingsley, D.H., Calci, K., Meade, G.K., Mena, K.D., Pillai, S. 2013. Sensitivity of hepatitis A and murine norovirus to electron beam irradiation in oyster homogenates and whole oysters - quantifying the reduction in potential infection risks. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 79:3796-3801.
Resilience of norovirus GII.4 to freezing and thawing:implications for virus infectivity -
Richards, G.P., Watson, M.A., Meade, G.K., Hovan, G.L., Kingsley, D.H. 2012. Resilience of norovirus GII.4 to freezing and thawing:implications for virus infectivity. Food and Environmental Virology. 4:192-197.
HIGH PRESSURE INACTIVATION OF HEPATITIS A VIRUS WITHIH OYSTERS -
Calci, K.R., Tezloff, R.C., Kingsley, D.H., Meade, G.K. 2005. High pressure inactivation of hepatitis a virus withih oysters. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Vol. 71. No.1
DETECTION OF BOTH HEPATITIS A VIRUS AND NORWALK-LIKE VIRUS IN IMPORTED CLAMS ASSOCIATED WITH FOOD-BORNE ILLNESS -
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