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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Mary Chapman
Produce Safety and Microbiology Research
Biological Science Technician

Phone: (510) 559-5875
Fax: (510) 559-6166

USDA, ARS, PWA, WRRC-PSM
800 BUCHANAN STREET
ALBANY , CA 94710


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Complete genome sequences of Campylobacter hyointestinalis subsp. hyointestinalis strain LMG9260 and Campylobacter hyointestinalis subsp. lawsonii strain LMG15993 -
Miller, W.G., Yee, E., Chapman, M.H. 2016. Complete genome sequences of Campylobacter hyointestinalis subsp. hyointestinalis strain LMG9260 and Campylobacter hyointestinalis subsp. lawsonii strain LMG15993. Genome Announcements. Genome Announc 4(4):e00665-16..
Complete genome sequence of the Campylobacter iguaniorum strain RM11343, isolated from an alpaca -
Complete genome sequence of the Campylobacter iguaniorum strain RM11343, isolated from an alpaca. -
Miller, W.G., Yee, E., Huynh, S., Chapman, M.H., Parker, C. 2016. Complete genome sequence of the Campylobacter iguaniorum strain RM11343, isolated from an alpaca.. Genome Announcements. Genome Announc 4(3):e00646-16.
Effect of sulfur dioxide fumigation on survival of foodborne pathogens on table grapes under standard storage temperature -
Carter, M.Q., Chapman, M.H., Gabler, F., Brandl, M. 2015. Effect of sulfur dioxide fumigation on survival of foodborne pathogens on table grapes under standard storage temperature. Food Microbiology. 49:189-196. doi: 10.1016/j.fm.2015.02.002.
Comparative genomics of the Campylobacter lari group -
Miller, W.G., Yee, E., Chapman, M.H., Smith, T.P., Bono, J.L., Huynh, S., Parker, C., Vandamme, P., Luong, K., Korlach, J. 2014. Comparative genomics of the Campylobacter lari group. Genome Biology and Evolution. doi: 10.1093/gbe/evu249.
Use of an improved atpA amplification and sequencing method to identify members of the Campylobacteraceae and Helicobacteraceae -
Miller, W.G., Yee, E., Jolley, K.A., Chapman, M.H. 2014. Use of an improved atpA amplification and sequencing method to identify members of the Campylobacteraceae and Helicobacteraceae. Letters in Applied Microbiology. 58(6):582-590. DOI: 10.1111/lam.12228.
Multilocus sequence typing (MLST) methods for the emerging Campylobacter species C. hyointestinalis, C. lanienae, C. sputorum, C. concisus and C. curvus Reprint Icon -
Miller, W.G., Chapman, M.H., Yee, E., On, S.L., Mcnulty, D.K., Lastovica, A.J., Carroll, A.M., Mcnamara, E.B., Duffy, G., Mandrell, R.E. 2012. Multilocus sequence typing (MLST) methods for the emerging Campylobacter species C. hyointestinalis, C. lanienae, C. sputorum, C. concisus and C. curvus.. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology. 10:3389/fcimb.2012.00045.
Effects of a hydrodynamic process on extraction of carotenoids from tomato Reprint Icon -
Ishida, B.K., Chapman, M.H. 2011. Effects of a hydrodynamic process on extraction of carotenoids from tomato. Food Chemistry. 132:1156-1160. DOI: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2011.11.036.
In Vitro Bile-Acid-Binding of Whole vs. Pearled Wheat Grain -
Kahlon, T.S., Chiu, M.M., Chapman, M.H. 2009. In Vitro Bile-Acid-Binding of Whole vs. Pearled Wheat Grain. Cereal Chemistry. 86(3):329-332.
Steam Cooking Significantly Improves In Vitro Bile Acid Binding of Collard Greens, Kale, Mustard Greens, Broccoli, Green Bell Pepper and Cabbage -
Kahlon, T.S., Chiu, M.M., Chapman, M.H. 2008. Steam Cooking Significantly Improves In Vitro Bile Acid Binding of Collard Greens, Kale, Mustard Greens, Broccoli, Green Bell Pepper and Cabbage. Nutrition Research. 28:351-357.
TANGERINE TOMATOES INCREASE TOTAL AND TETRA-CIS-LYCOPENE ISOMER CONCENTRATIONS MORE THAN RED TOMATOES IN HEALTHY ADULT HUMANS -
Burri, B.J., Chapman, M.H., Neidlinger, T.R., Seo, J., Ishida, B.K. 2008. Tangerine tomatoes increase total and tetra-cis-lycopene isomer concentrations more than red tomatoes in healthy adult humans. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition. DOI: 10.1080/09637480701782084, 1-16, iFirst article.
Steam Cooking Significantly Improves in Vitro Bile Acid Binding of Beets, Eggplant, Asparagus, Carrots, Green Beans and Cauliflower -
Kahlon, T.S., Chiu, M.M., Chapman, M.H. 2007. Steam Cooking Significantly Improves in Vitro Bile Acid Binding of Beets, Eggplant, Asparagus, Carrots, Green Beans and Cauliflower. Nutrition Research. 27:750-755.
Processing Tangerine Tomatoes: Effects on Lycopene-Isomer Concentrations and Profile -
Ishida, B.K., Roberts, J.S., Chapman, M.H., Burri, B.J. 2007. Processing Tangerine Tomatoes: Effects on Lycopene-Isomer Concentrations and Profile. Journal of Food Science. 72(6):C307-C312.
PROCESSING TANGERINE TOMATOES: EFFECTS ON LYCOPENE-ISOMER CONCENTRATION AND PROFILE Reprint Icon -
Ishida, B.K., Roberts, J.S., Chapman, M.H., Burri, B.J. 2007. PROCESSING TANGERINE TOMATOES: EFFECTS ON LYCOPENE-ISOMER CONCENTRATION AND PROFILE. Journal of Food Science. Vol.72, Nr.6; C307-C312, 2007.
IN VITRO BINDING OF BILE ACIDS BY OKRA, BEETS, ASPARAGUS, EGGPLANT, TURNIPS, GREEN BEANS, CARROTS, AND CAULIFLOWER -
Kahlon, T.S., Chapman, M.H., Smith, G.E. 2007. In vitro binding of bile acids by okra, beets, asparagus, eggplant, turnips, green beans, carrots, and cauliflower. Food Chemistry 103:676-680.
IN VITRO BINDING OF BILE ACIDS BY SPINACH, KALE, BRUSSEL SPROUTS, BROCCOLI, MUSTARD GREENS, GREEN BELL PEPPER, CABBAGE AND COLLARDS -
Kahlon, T.S., Chapman, M.H., Smith, G.E. 2007. In vitro binding of bile acids by spinach, kale, brussel sprouts, broccoli, mustard greens, green bell pepper, cabbage and collards. Food Chemistry. 100:1531-1536.
ASSESSING BIOAVAILABILITY OF CIS- AND TRANS-LYCOPENE ISOMERS IN HUMANS FED TOMATO-BASED SAUCES -
Ishida, B.K., Burri, B.J., Chapman, M.H. 2005. Assessing Bioavailability of CIS- and Trans-Lycopene Isomers in Humans Fed Tomato-Based Sauces. Meeting Abstract Poster #44:153-154.
ASSESSING BIOAVAILABILITY OF CIS- AND TRANS-LYCOPENE ISOMERS IN HUMANS FED TOMATO-BASED SAUCES -
Ishida, B.K., Burri, B.J., Chiu, M.M. Assessing bioavailability of cis- and trans-lycopene isomers in humans fed tomato-based sauces. Int'l Conference & Exhibition of Nutraceuticals & Functional Foods Proceedings. Oct 16-19, 2005. Anaheim, CA. p. 1-6.
ASSESSING BIOAVAILABILITY OF CIS- VS TRANS-LYCOPENE ISOMERS IN TANGERINE AND RED TOMATOES -
Ishida, B.K., Burri, B.J., Chapman, M.H., Neidlinger, T.R. 2005. Assessing bioavailability of cis- vs trans-lycopene isomers in tangerine and red tomatoes. Meeting Abstract of the Papers. July 2005. 9:92.
EFFECT OF PROCESSING ON LYCOPENE-ISOMER CONTENT OF TANGERINE TOMATO -
Ishida, B.K., Bartley, G.E., Chapman, M.H. 2005. Effects of Processing on Lycopene-isomer Content of Tangerine Tomato. Meeting Abstract Paper AGFD #117, ACS Cornucopia, 3/15/05, San Diego, CA.
EXTRACTION OF CAROTENOIDS FROM PLANT MATERIAL -
Ishida, B.K., Chapman, M.H., Randhava, S.S., Randhava, S.S. 2005. Extraction of carotenoids from plant material. Patent Application Serial No. 60/640,029 Filed 12/28/2004.
A COMPARISON OF CAROTENOID CONTENT AND TOTAL ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY IN CATSUP FROM SEVERAL COMMERCIAL SOURCES IN THE UNITED STATES -
Ishida, B.K., Chapman, M.H. 2004. A Comparison of Carotenoid Content and Total Antioxidant Activity in Catsup from Several Commercial Sources in the United States. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Vol. 52. p. 8017-8020.
FATTY ACIDS AND CAROTENOIDS IN GAC (MOMORDICA COCHINCHINENSIS SPRENG) FRUIT -
Ishida, B.K., Turner, C., Chapman, M.H., McKeon, T.A. 2004. Fatty acids and carotenoid composition in gac (momordica cochinchinensis spreng) fruit. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Vol 52, p. 274-279.
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