His main research concerns Microbiology, Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Food science and Rumen. Robin C. Anderson combines subjects such as Chlorate, 16S ribosomal RNA, Enterobacteriaceae and Campylobacter with his study of Microbiology. The various areas that Robin C. Anderson examines in his Escherichia coli study include Ruminant, Feces, Antibiotics, Dairy cattle and Animal feed.
His research in Salmonella intersects with topics in Prevotella and Serotype. His studies in Food science integrate themes in fields like Hay, Feed conversion ratio and Propionate. As a part of the same scientific family, Robin C. Anderson mostly works in the field of Rumen, focusing on Microorganism and, on occasion, GenBank and Anaerobic respiration.
His primary areas of study are Microbiology, Salmonella, Animal science, Escherichia coli and Feces. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chlorate, Campylobacter and Rumen. His study looks at the relationship between Salmonella and topics such as Food science, which overlap with Incubation.
His Animal science research incorporates elements of Forage, Colonization and Cecum. His Escherichia coli study focuses on Enterobacteriaceae in particular. His Feces study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Inoculation, Feedlot and Lymph.
His primary areas of investigation include Food science, Salmonella, Microbiology, Rumen and Escherichia coli. His studies deal with areas such as Poultry litter, Ammonia and Incubation as well as Food science. His study in Salmonella is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Veterinary medicine, Pathogen, Feces and Feedlot.
Robin C. Anderson studies Antimicrobial which is a part of Microbiology. His Rumen research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Methanogenesis, In vitro, Nitrate and Metabolism. Robin C. Anderson interconnects Sodium chlorate, Antibacterial activity, Temperature gradient gel electrophoresis, Agar and Ferulic acid in the investigation of issues within Escherichia coli.
Robin C. Anderson mainly focuses on Rumen, Food science, Salmonella, Microbiology and Propionate. His Rumen study incorporates themes from Nitrite, In vitro and Animal science. His work deals with themes such as Acetic acid, Campylobacter jejuni, Campylobacter and Formic acid, which intersect with Food science.
Robin C. Anderson has included themes like Veterinary medicine, Feces and Antibiotics in his Salmonella study. His Microbiology study combines topics in areas such as Rhamnolipid, Escherichia coli, Box–Behnken design and Disinfectant. His Propionate study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fodder and Forage.
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Effect of Lactic Acid Administration in the Drinking Water During Preslaughter Feed Withdrawal on Salmonella and Campylobacter Contamination of Broilers
J. A. Byrd;B. M. Hargis;D. J. Caldwell;R. H. Bailey.
Poultry Science (2001)
Probiotics, prebiotics and competitive exclusion for prophylaxis against bacterial disease.
T. R. Callaway;T. S. Edrington;R. C. Anderson;R. B. Harvey.
Animal Health Research Reviews (2008)
Diet, Escherichia coli O157:H7, and cattle: a review after 10 years.
Todd R Callaway;M. A. Carr;T. S. Edrington;Robin C. Anderson.
Current Issues in Molecular Biology (2009)
Incidence and ecology of Campylobacter jejuni and coli in animals
S.M. Horrocks;R.C. Anderson;D.J. Nisbet;S.C. Ricke.
Gastrointestinal microbial ecology and the safety of our food supply as related to Salmonella.
T. R. Callaway;T. S. Edrington;R. C. Anderson;J. A. Byrd.
Journal of Animal Science (2008)
Foodborne Campylobacter: Infections, Metabolism, Pathogenesis and Reservoirs
Sharon V. R. Epps;Roger B. Harvey;Michael E. Hume;Timothy D. Phillips.
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2013)
Evaluation of bacterial diversity in the rumen and feces of cattle fed different levels of dried distillers grains plus solubles using bacterial tag-encoded FLX amplicon pyrosequencing.
T. R. Callaway;S. E. Dowd;T. S. Edrington;R. C. Anderson.
Journal of Animal Science (2010)
Forage Feeding to Reduce Preharvest Escherichia coli Populations in Cattle, a Review
T.R. Callaway;R.O. Elder;J.E. Keen;R.C. Anderson.
Journal of Dairy Science (2003)
Phthalates impact human health: Epidemiological evidences and plausible mechanism of action.
Sailas Benjamin;Sailas Benjamin;Eiji Masai;Naofumi Kamimura;Kenji Takahashi.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2017)
Comparative antimicrobial activity of tannin extracts from perennial plants on mastitis pathogens
W. E. Pinchak;R. Merkel;S. Walker;G. Tomita.
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