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Mayer, B.K.; Daugherty, E.; Abbaszadegan, M. 2014. Disinfection byproduct formation resulting from settled, filtered, and finished water treated by titanium dioxide photocatalysis. Chemosphere.

Mayer, B.K.; Gerrity, D.; Rittmann, B.E.; Reisinger, D.; Brandt-Williams, S. 2013. Innovative strategies to achieve low total phosphorus concentrations in high water flows. Crit. Rev. Environ. Sci. Tech. 43:4:409-441.

Rittmann, B.E.; Mayer, B.K.; Westerhoff, P.; Edwards, M. 2011. Capturing the lost phosphorus. Chemosphere.84:846-853.

Mayer, B.K.; Ryu, H.; Gerrity, D.; Abbaszadegan, M. 2010. Development of an integrated cell cultureqRTPCR assay for simultaneous quantification of coxsackieviruses, echoviruses, and polioviruses in disinfection studies. Water Sci. Technol. 6:2:375-387.

Gerrity, D.; Mayer, B.K.; Ryu, H.; Crittenden, J.; Abbaszadegan, M. 2009. A comparison of pilot-scale photocatalysis and enhanced coagulation for disinfection byproduct mitigation. Water Res. 43:6:1597-1610.

Ryu, H.; Mayer, B.K.; Abbaszadegan, M. 2009. Applicability of quantitative PCR for the determination of removal efficacy of enteric viruses and Cryptosporidium by water treatment processes. J. Water Health. 8:1:101-108.

Mayer, B.K.; Ryu, H.; Abbaszadegan, M. 2008. Treatability of USEPA Contaminant Candidate List viruses: removal of coxsackievirus and echovirus using enhanced coagulation. Env. Sci. Technol. 42:18:6890-6896.

Abbaszadegan, M.; Mayer, B.K.; Ryu, H.; Nwachuku, N. 2007. Efficacy of removal of CCL viruses under enhanced coagulation conditions. Env. Sci. Technol. 41:3:971-977.

Straub, T.M.; Höner zu Bentrop, K.; Orosz-Coghlan, P.; Dohnalkova, A.; Mayer, B.K.; Bartholomew, R.A.; Valdez, C.O.; Bruckner-Lea, C.J.; Gerba, C.P.; Abbaszadegan, M.; Nickerson, C.A. 2007. Invitro cell culture infectivity assay for human noroviruses. Emerg. Infect. Dis. 13:3:396-403.