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Person Details: Daniel B. Oerther

Superfund Research Program

Daniel B. Oerther

University of Cincinnati
P.O. Box 210071
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0071
Phone: 513-556-3670
Fax: 513-556-2599
Email: Daniel.Oerther@uc.edu

Projects

Publications

2009

  • Lamendella R, Santo Domingo JW, Yannarell AC, Ghosh S, DiGiovanni G, Mackie RI, Oerther DB. 2009. Evaluation of swine-specific PCR assays used for fecal source tracking and analysis of molecular diversity of swine-specific "bacteroidales" populations. Appl Environ Microbiol 75(18):5787-5796. doi:10.1128/AEM.00448-09 PMID:19633126 PMCID:PMC2747877
  • Lu T, Stroot PG, Oerther DB. 2009. Reverse transcription of 16S rRNA to monitor ribosome-synthesizing bacterial populations in the environment. Appl Environ Microbiol 75(13):4589-4598. doi:10.1128/AEM.02970-08 PMID:19395563 PMCID:PMC2704851

2004

  • Jing GS, Hollis G, Polaczyk A, Eluru HB, Kinkle BK, Mast D, Oerther DB, Papautsky I. 2004. Developing rapid detection of mycobacteria using microwaves. Analyst 129(10):963-969. PMID:15457331
  • Saikaly PE, Oerther DB. 2004. Bacterial competition in activated sludge: Theoretical analysis of varying solids retention times on diversity. Microb Ecol 48(2):274-284. PMID:15116279
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