Rachel T. Noble
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Use of SYBR Green I for rapid epifluorescence counts of marine viruses and bacteria
RT Noble, JA Fuhrman
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 14 (2), 113-118, 1998
Viruses and protists cause similar bacterial mortality in coastal seawater
JA Fuhrman, RT Noble
Limnology and Oceanography 40 (7), 1236-1242, 1995
Human adenoviruses and coliphages in urban runoff-impacted coastal waters of Southern California
S Jiang, R Noble, W Chu
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 67 (1), 179-184, 2001
Major viral impact on the functioning of benthic deep-sea ecosystems
R Danovaro, A Dell’Anno, C Corinaldesi, M Magagnini, R Noble, ...
Nature 454 (7208), 1084-1087, 2008
Virus decay and its causes in coastal waters.
RT Noble, JA Fuhrman
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 63 (1), 77-83, 1997
Comparison of total coliform, fecal coliform, and enterococcus bacterial indicator response for ocean recreational water quality testing
RT Noble, DF Moore, MK Leecaster, CD McGee, SB Weisberg
Water research 37 (7), 1637-1643, 2003
Marine viruses and global climate change
R Danovaro, C Corinaldesi, A Dell'Anno, JA Fuhrman, JJ Middelburg, ...
FEMS microbiology reviews 35 (6), 993-1034, 2011
Virus and prokaryote enumeration from planktonic aquatic environments by epifluorescence microscopy with SYBR Green I
A Patel, RT Noble, JA Steele, MS Schwalbach, I Hewson, JA Fuhrman
Nature protocols 2 (2), 269, 2007
Inactivation of indicator micro‐organisms from various sources of faecal contamination in seawater and freshwater
RT Noble, IM Lee, KC Schiff
Journal of applied microbiology 96 (3), 464-472, 2004
Microbial indicators of aquatic ecosystem change: current applications to eutrophication studies
HW Paerl, J Dyble, PH Moisander, RT Noble, MF Piehler, JL Pinckney, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 46 (3), 233-246, 2003
Rapidly measured indicators of recreational water quality and swimming-associated illness at marine beaches: a prospective cohort study
TJ Wade, E Sams, KP Brenner, R Haugland, E Chern, M Beach, L Wymer, ...
Environmental Health 9 (1), 66, 2010
A review of technologies for rapid detection of bacteria in recreational waters
RT Noble, SB Weisberg
Journal of water and health 3 (4), 381-392, 2005
Enteroviruses detected by reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction from the coastal waters of Santa Monica Bay, California: low correlation to bacterial indicator levels
RT Noble, JA Fuhrman
The Ecology and Etiology of Newly Emerging Marine Diseases, 175-184, 2001
Quantitative PCR for detection and enumeration of genetic markers of bovine fecal pollution
OC Shanks, E Atikovic, AD Blackwood, J Lu, RT Noble, J Santo Domingo, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 74 (3), 745-752, 2008
Multitiered approach using quantitative PCR to track sources of fecal pollution affecting Santa Monica Bay, California
RT Noble, JF Griffith, AD Blackwood, JA Fuhrman, JB Gregory, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72 (2), 1604-1612, 2006
Attachment of fecal indicator bacteria to particles in the Neuse River Estuary, NC
JS Fries, GW Characklis, RT Noble
Journal of Environmental Engineering 132 (10), 1338-1345, 2006
Comparison of rapid quantitative PCR-based and conventional culture-based methods for enumeration of Enterococcus spp. and Escherichia coli in recreational waters
RT Noble, AD Blackwood, JF Griffith, CD McGee, SB Weisberg
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 76 (22), 7437-7443, 2010
Rapid one-step quantitative reverse transcriptase PCR assay with competitive internal positive control for detection of enteroviruses in environmental samples
JB Gregory, RW Litaker, RT Noble
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72 (6), 3960-3967, 2006
Characterizing fecal contamination in stormwater runoff in coastal North Carolina, USA
JK Parker, D McIntyre, RT Noble
Water research 44 (14), 4186-4194, 2010
Rapid detection of enteroviruses in small volumes of natural waters by real-time quantitative reverse transcriptase PCR
JA Fuhrman, X Liang, RT Noble
Applied and environmental microbiology 71 (8), 4523-4530, 2005
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