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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Luanne L Rigsby (Lowe)
Bacterial Epidemiology & Antimicrobial Resistance Research
Microbiologist

Phone: (706) 546-3640
Fax: (706) 546-3066
Room 816

950 COLLEGE STATION RD.
RBRRC
ATHENS , GA 30605

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Influence of commercial laying hen housing systems on the incidence and identification of Salmonella and Campylobacter -
Jones, D.R., Guard, J.Y., Gast, R.K., Buhr, R.J., Fedorka-Cray, P.J., Abdo, Z., Plumblee, J., Bourassa, D.V., Cox Jr, N.A., Rigsby, L.L., Robinson, C.I., Regmi, P., Karcher, D.M. 2016. Influence of commercial laying hen housing systems on the incidence and identification of Salmonella and Campylobacter. Poultry Science. 95(5):1116-1124.
Injury and death of various Salmonella serotypes due to acidic conditions -
Cox Jr, N.A., Richardson, K., Cosby, D.E., Berrang, M.E., Cason, J., Rigsby, L.L., Holcom, N., Derome, L. 2016. Injury and death of various Salmonella serotypes due to acidic conditions. Journal of Applied Poultry Research. 25(1):62-66.
Prevalence and serogroup diversity of Salmonella for broiler neck skin, whole carcass rinse, and whole carcass enrichment sampling methodologies following air or immersion chilling -
Bourassa, D.V., Holmes, J., Cason, J.A., Cox Jr, N.A., Rigsby, L.L., Buhr, R.J. 2015. Prevalence and serogroup diversity of Salmonella for broiler neck skin, whole carcass rinse, and whole carcass enrichment sampling methodologies following air or immersion chilling. Journal of Food Protection. 78(11):1938-1944.
Microbiological impact of three commercial laying hen housing systems -
Jones, D.R., Cox Jr, N.A., Guard, J.Y., Cray, P.J., Buhr, R.J., Gast, R.K., Abdo, Z., Rigsby, L.L., Plumblee, J., Karcher, D.M., Robinson, C.I., Blatchford, R.A., Makagon, M.M. 2015. Microbiological impact of three commercial laying hen housing systems. Poultry Science. 94(3):544-551.
Does Salmonella translocate in organs to colonize broiler chicks? -
Cox Jr, N.A., Buhr, R.J., Cosby, D.E., Mclendon, B.L., Wilson, J.L., Richardson, L.J., Berrang, M.E., Rigsby, L.L., Bourassa, D.V., Wilson, K.M. 2014. Does Salmonella translocate in organs to colonize broiler chicks? WATT Poultry USA. 15(8):p.30-31.
A buffering system to reduce pH drop during pre-enrichment of broiler feeds and feed ingredients -
Cox Jr, N.A., Cosby, D.E., Richardson, K.E., Cason, J.A., Berrang, M.E., Rigsby, L.L., Holcomb, N., Defome, L. 2014. A buffering system to reduce pH drop during pre-enrichment of broiler feeds and feed ingredients. Meeting Abstract. Annual Meeting of Poultry Science Association, July 14-17, 2014.
Survival of naturally occurring Campylobacter in refrigerated and frozen rinsate from a broiler carcass -
Cox Jr, N.A., Richardson, L.J., Berrang, M.E., Rigsby, L.L., Buhr, R.J., Plumblee, J., Cray, P.J. 2014. Survival of naturally occurring Campylobacter in refrigerated and frozen rinsate from a broiler carcass. Journal of Food Safety. 34(1):76-78.
Injury and death of various Salmonella serotypes under acidic conditions during pre-enrichment -
Cox Jr, N.A., Richardson, K.E., Cason, J.A., Rigsby, L.L., Cosby, D.E. 2014. Injury and death of various Salmonella serotypes under acidic conditions during pre-enrichment. Meeting Abstract. p. 55.
Sampling naturally contaminated broiler carcasses for Salmonella by three different methods -
Cox Jr, N.A., Buhr, R.J., Smith, D.P., Cason, J.A., Rigsby, L.L., Bourassa, D.V., Cray, P.J., Cosby, D.E. 2014. Sampling naturally contaminated broiler carcasses for Salmonella by three different methods. Journal of Food Protection. 77(3):493-495.
Testing Feeds for Salmonella. -
Cox Jr, N.A., Buhr, R.J., Richardson, K.E., Rigsby, L.L., Cason, J.A., Richardson, L.J., Cray, P.J. 2013. Testing feeds for Salmonella. Feedstuffs. (85): p 28.
Efficacy of chemical sprays to eliminate inoculated Salmonella from defeathered broiler breast skin -
Cox Jr, N.A., Buhr, R.J., Berrang, M.E., Bourassa, D.V., Rigsby, L.L., Oakley, B., Russell, S.M. 2013. Efficacy of chemical sprays to eliminate inoculated Salmonella from defeathered broiler breast skin. International Poultry Scientific Forum. January 29-31,2013. Atlanta, Georgia. P.55.
Variations in preenrichment pH of poultry feed and feed ingredients after incubation periods up to 48 hours -
Cox Jr, N.A., Cason, J.A., Buhr, R.J., Richardson, K.E., Richardson, L.J., Rigsby, L.L., Cray, P.J. 2013. Variations in preenrichment pH of poultry feed and feed ingredients after incubation periods up to 48 hours. Journal of Applied Poultry Research. 22(2):190-195.
Survival of naturally occurring Campylobacter in refrigerated and frozen rinsate from a broiler carcass -
Cox Jr, N.A., Larry, R.J., Berrang, M.E., Rigsby, L.L., Buhr, R.J., Plumblee, J., Cray, P.J. 2012. Survival of naturally occurring Campylobacter in refrigerated and frozen rinsate from a broiler carcass. Poultry Science. 91(Suppl. 1):156.
Sampling each naturally contaminated broiler carcass for Salmonella by three different methods -
Cox Jr, N.A., Buhr, R.J., Cason, J.A., Cray, P.J., Rigsby, L.L., Bourassa, D.V., Cosby, D.E. 2012. Sampling each naturally contaminated broiler carcass for Salmonella by three different methods. Poultry Science. 91(Suppl. 1):155-156.
Impact of Feeding Systems and Hatchery Vaccination Programs on Immune System Development, Salmonella Colonization, Clearance of E. Coli and Reproductive Traits In Broiler Breeder Pullets -
Montiel, E., Wilson, J., Buhr, R.J., Cox Jr, N.A., Mclendon, B., Rigsby, L.L. 2011. Impact of Feeding Systems and Hatchery Vaccination Programs on Immune System Development, Salmonella Colonization, Clearance of E. Coli and Reproductive Traits In Broiler Breeder Pullets. Meeting Abstract. 11285 abstract number.
Impact of litter Salmonella strain on the recovered Salmonella strains from broiler crop and ceca following feed withdrawal -
Buhr, R.J., Hinton Jr, A., Cason Jr, J.A., Cox Jr, N.A., Bourassa, D.V., Rigsby, L.L. 2011. Impact of litter Salmonella strain on the recovered Salmonella strains from broiler crop and ceca following feed withdrawal [abstract]. Meeting Abstract. 74:24.
Variations in preenrichment pH of poultry feed and feed ingredients after incubation periods up to 48 hours -
Cox Jr, N.A., Buhr, R.J., Cason Jr, J.A., Richardson, K.E., Richarson, F.J., Rigsby, L.L., Cray, P.J. 2011. Variations in preenrichment pH of poultry feed and feed ingredients after incubation periods up to 48 hours. Poultry Science Association Meeting Abstract. 90:443, P.118.
Comparison between rinse and crush-and-rub sampling for aerobic bacteria recovery from broiler hatching eggs after sanitization -
Spickler, J.L., Buhr, R.J., Cox Jr, N.A., Bourassa, D.V., Rigsby, L.L. 2011. Comparison between rinse and crush-and-rub sampling for aerobic bacteria recovery from broiler hatching eggs after sanitization. Poultry Science. 90:(7)1609-1615.
Comparison of shell bacteria from unwashed and washed table eggs harvested from caged laying hens and cage-free floor-housed laying hens -
Hannah, J.F., Wilson, J.L., Cox Jr, N.A., Cason Jr, J.A., Bourassa, D.V., Richardson, L.J., Musgrove, M.T., Rigsby, L.L., Buhr, R.J. 2011. Comparison of shell bacteria from unwashed and washed table eggs harvested from caged laying hens and cage-free floor-housed laying hens. Poultry Science. 90(7):1586-1593.
Comparison between Rinse and Crush-and-Rub Sampling for Aerobic Bacteria Recovery from Hatching Eggs after Sanitization -
Spickler, J.L., Buhr, R.J., Cox Jr, N.A., Bourassa, D.V., Rigsby, L.L. 2011. Comparison between Rinse and Crush-and-Rub Sampling for Aerobic Bacteria Recovery from Hatching Eggs after Sanitization. Meeting Abstract. 90(7):1609-1615.
Carcass enrichment detects Salmonella from broiler carcasses found to be negative by other sampling methods -
Cox Jr, N.A., Buhr, R.J., Cray, P.J., Cason Jr, J.A., Cosby, D.E., Rigsby, L.L., Bourassa, D.V. 2011. Carcass enrichment detects Salmonella from broiler carcasses found to be negative by other sampling methods. International Poultry Scientific Forum. 259P, P.75 (ABST)..
Salmonella Recovery Following Immersion Chilling for Matched Neck Skin and Whole Carcass Enrichment Sampling Methodologies -
Holmes, J.M., Buhr, R.J., Cason Jr, J.A., Cox Jr, N.A., Bourassa, D.V., Rigsby, L.L., Cray, P.J. 2011. Salmonella Recovery Following Immersion Chilling for Matched Neck Skin and Whole Carcass Enrichment Sampling Methodologies. International Poultry Scientific Forum. p.16.
Prevalence of Salmonella Following Immersion Chilling for Matched Neck Skin, Whole Carcass Rinse, and Whole Carcass Enrichment Sampling Methodologies -
Buhr, R.J., Holmes, J.M., Cason Jr, J.A., Cox Jr, N.A., Bourassa, D.V., Rigsby, L.L., Cray, P.J. 2011. Prevalence of salmonella following immersion chilling for matched neck skin, whole carcass rinse, and whole carcass enrichment sampling methodologies. International Poultry Scientific Forum. 59, P.18 (ABST).
Salmonella recovery following air chilling for matched neck-skin and whole carcass sampling methodologies -
Buhr, R.J., Cox Jr, N.A., Cason Jr, J.A., Rigsby, L.L., Bourassa, D.V. 2010. Salmonella recovery following air chilling for matched neck-skin and whole carcass sampling methodologies [abstract]. Poultry Science. 89:(E-Supp.1)371. p. 292..
Preparation of Flax Shive and Processing Waste for Use in Biocomposites -
Holser, R.A., Rigsby, L.L., Annis, P., Knopp, J. 2008. Preparation of Flax Shive and Processing Waste for Use in Biocomposites. Flax Institute Proceedings.
Visible Histological and Infrared Microscopic Assessment of Grass Biomass -
Himmelsbach, D.S., Akin, D.E., Rigsby, L.L. 2008. Visible Histological and Infrared Microscopic Assessment of Grass Biomass. Microscopy and Microanalysis. 14 (suppl 2), 2008, p. 1486-1487
Corn Fiber: Structure, Composition, and Response to Enzymes for Fermentable Sugars and Coproducts -
Akin, D.E., Rigsby, L.L. 2008. Corn Fiber: Structure, Composition, and Response to Enzymes for Fermentable Sugars and Co-Products. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 144(1):59-68.
OPTIMIZATION FOR ENZYME RETTING OF FLAX WITH PECTATE LYASE -
Akin, D.E., Condon, B.D., Sohn, M., Foulk, J.A., Dodd, R.B., Rigsby, L.L. 2007. Optimization for enzyme retting of flax with pectate lyase. Industrial Crops and Products. 25:136-146.
CORN STOVER FRACTIONS AND BIOENERGY: CHEMICAL COMPOSITION, STRUCTURE AND RESPONSE TO ENZYME PRETREATMENT -
Akin, D.E., Morrison III, W.H., Rigsby, L.L., Barton II, F.E., Himmelsbach, D.S., Hicks, K.B. 2006. Corn stover fractions and bioenergy: chemical composition, structure and response to enzyme pretreatment. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 129-132:pp 104-116.
CHARACTERISTICS OF CORN STOVER FOR BIOENERGY -
Akin, D.E., Morrison III, W.H., Rigsby, L.L., Barton II, F.E., Himmelsbach, D.S., Hicks, K.B. 2005. Characteristics of corn stover for bioenergy. Proceedings of the 34th United States-Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources: Food and Agriculture Panel. pp. 136-139.
OIL RED AS A HISTOCHEMICAL STAIN FOR NATURAL FIBERS AND PLANT CUTICLE -
AKIN, D.E., RIGSBY, L.L., MORRISON III, W.H. OIL RED AS A HISTOCHEMICAL STAIN FOR NATURAL FIBERS AND PLANT CUTICLE. INDUSTRIAL CROPS AND PRODUCTS. VOL. 19. P. 119-124. 2004.
THE SOUTHEASTERN MICROSCOPY SOCIETY - A HISTORY FROM 1964 TO 2003 -
AKIN, D.E., RIGSBY, L.L. THE SOUTHEASTERN MICROSCOPY SOCIETY - A HISTORY FROM 1964 TO 2003. PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOUTHEASTERN MICROSCOPY SOCIETY. 2003. ABSTRACT #14. P. 16.
INFLUENCE OF WATER PRE-SOAK ON ENZYME-RETTING OF FLAX -
AKIN, D.E., MORRISON III, W.H., RIGSBY, L.L., EVANS, J.D., FOULK, J.A. INFLUENCE OF WATER PRE-SOAK ON ENZYME-RETTING OF FLAX. INDUSTRIAL CROPS AND PRODUCTS. 2003. v. 17. p. 149-159.
CHEMICAL RETTING OF FLAX STRAW UNDER ALKALINE CONDITION -
Adamsen, A.P., Akin, D.E., Rigsby, L.L. 2002. Chemical retting of flax straw under alkaline condition. Textile Research Journal; Vol. 72(9), pp. 789-794.
PLANT FACTORS INFLUENCING ENZYME-RETTING OF FIBER AND SEED FLAX -
Akin, D.E., Morrison III, W.H., Rigsby, L.L., Dodd, R.B. 2001. Plant factors influencing enzyme-retting of fiber and seed flax. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 49(12): 5778-5784.
CHELATING AGENTS AND ENZYME RETTING OF FLAX -
Adamsen, A.S., Akin, D.E., Rigsby, L.L. 2002. Chelating agents and enzyme retting of flax. Textile Research Journal; Vol. 72(4), pp. 296-302.
RETTING OF FLAX WITH ENDOPOLYGALACTURONASE FROM RHIZOPUS ORYZAE -
Akin, D.E., Slomczynski, D., Rigsby, L.L., Eriksson, K.L. 2002. Retting of flax with endopolygalacturonase from rhizopus oryzae. Textile Research Journal; Vol 71(1), pp. 27-34.
ENZYME-RETTED FIBERS FROM FIBER AND SEED FLAX -
Akin, D.E., Hardin, I.R., Rigsby, L.L., Epps, H.H. 2000. Enzyme-retted fibers from fiber and seed flax. Textile Chemist and Colorist and American Dyestuff Reporter, Vol 32, pp. 36-39.
ENZYME RETTING AND PROPERTIES OF FLAX FIBERS -
Akin, D.E., Morrison III, W.H., Rigsby, L.L., Dodd, R.B., Foulk, J.A., Mc Alister III, D.D. 2000. Enzyme retting and properties of flax fibers. Fiber Flax Processing for Applications in Textiles and Composites. The Center for American Flax Fiber, Clemson University: pp. Appendix IV, 1-6.
FLAX FIBER: STRUCTURE, PROPERTIES, AND ENZYME RETTING -
Akin, D.E., Morrison III, W.H., Rigsby, L.L., Dodd, R.B., Foulk, J.A., Mcalister III, D.D. 2000. Flax fiber: structure, properties, and enzyme retting. Proceedings of the 58th Flax Institute, United States; pp. 202-207.
PROPERTIES OF ENZYMATICALLY RETTED FLAX FOR LINEN FIBER -
QUALITY PROPERTIES OF FLAX ENZYMATICALLY RETTED WITH VARIOUS FORMULATIONS -
CHEMICAL AND STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF KENAF CELL TYPES RELATED TO ENZYMATICRETTING -
STRUCTURAL EFFECTS OF FLAX STEMS BY THREE POTENTIAL RETTING FUNGI -
IDENTIFICATION AND RETTING EFFICIENCIES OF FUNGI ISOLATED FROM DEW-RETTED FLAX IN THE US AND EUROPE -
INFLUENCE OF CHELATING AGENTS AND MECHANICAL PRETREATMENT ON ENZYMATIC RETTING OF FLAX -
CHEMICAL, SPECTROSCOPIC, AND MICROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF FIBER AND COREFRACTIONS OF FLAX -
CHEMICAL AND STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF FIBER AND CORE TISSUES FROM FLAX -
BOTANICAL FRACTIONS OF RICE STRAW COLONIZED BY WHITE-ROT FUNGI: CHANGES IN CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND HISTOLOGY -
BIOLOGICAL DELIGNIFICATION OF PLANT COMPONENTS BY THE WHITE ROT FUNGI CERIPORIOPSIS SUBVERMISPORA AND CYATHUS STERCOREUS -
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