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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.)
Comparative genomic analysis identifies a Campylobacter clade deficient in selenium metabolism -
Miller, W.G., Yee, E., Lopes, B.S., Chapman, M.H., Huynh, S., Bono, J.L., Parker, C., Strachan, N., Forbes, K.J. 2017. Comparative genomic analysis identifies a Campylobacter clade deficient in selenium metabolism. Genome Biology and Evolution. doi: 10.1093/gbe/evx093.
Campylobacter pinnipediorum sp. nov., isolated from pinnipeds, comprising Campylobacter pinnipediorum subsp. pinnipediorum subsp. nov. and Campylobacter pinnipediorum subsp. caledonicus subsp. nov. -
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 -
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 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.
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.
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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