Wilson, S.C. Palmatier, R.N. Holder, W.H, Martin, J.,
Andriychuk, L., Jumper, C.A. and Straus, D.C. 2007. Mold contamination and air
handling units. Journal of Occupational
and Environmental Hygiene. Volume 4, Issue 7, pp483-491, 2007.
Wilson, S.C., H.W. Holder, J. Martin, T. Brasel and D. C. Straus. 2006. Mold
contamination and high morbidity and mortality rates at an alligator holding
facility. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife
Medicine. 37 (2) pp 108-115.
3. Brasel, T., Martin, J.M., Carriker, C.G., Wilson,
S.C., and Straus, D.C. 2005. Detection of airborne Stachybotrys chartarum
macrocyclic trichothecenes in the indoor environment. Applied and
Environmental Microbiology. 71 (11). 7376-7388.
4. Wilson, S.C., Brasel, T., Martin, J., Wu, C., Andriychuk, and Straus, D.C., 2005.
Efficacy of chlorine dioxide as a gas and in solution in the inactivation of
two trichothecene mycotoxins. International
Journal of Toxicology. 24:181-186
5. Wilson, S.C., Wu, C., Andriychuk, L., Brasel, Martin, J., Jumper, C.A., and Straus
D.C. 2005. Effects of chlorine dioxide gas on fungi and mycotoxins associated
with sick building syndrome. Applied
and Environmental Microbiology. 71
6. Holder, H.W., Willis, W.S., Wilson, S.C.,
Larranaga, M. and Straus, D.C. 2005. A survey technique for evaluating heating
ventilation and air conditioning systems.
ASHRAE Transactions. Vol 111. Part 1. p 85-87.
7. Brasel, T., Douglas, D., Wilson, S.C.,
and Straus, D.C. 2005. Detection of airborne Stachybotrys chartarum
macrocyclic trichothecene mycotoxins on particulates smaller than fungal
conidia. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 71 (1) p114-122.
8. Brasel, T., Campbell, A.W.,
Demers, R.E., Ferguson, B.S., Fink, J. Vojdani, A., Wilson, S.C., and
Straus, D.C. 2004. Detection of trichothecene mycotoxins in sera from
individuals exposed to Stachybotrys chartarum in indoor environments.
Archives of Environmental Health. 59 (6) p 317-323.
Wilson, S. C.,
Holder, W. H., Easterwood, K.V., Hubbard,
G.D., Johnson, R.F., Cooley, J.D., and Straus, D.C. 2004. Identification, remediation and monitoring processes used in a
mold-contaminated high school. Advances in Applied Microbiology Vol. 55,
Elsevier Press, London. 409-421.
S. C., and Layton R. C. 2004. The Microbial Status and
Remediation of Contents in Mold Contaminated Structures. Advances in Applied
Microbiology Vol. 55, Elsevier Press, London. 425-434.
11. Purdy, C.W., Straus, D. C., Parker, D.P., Wilson,
S.C., Nolan Clark, R. 2004.Comparison of the type and number of
microorganisms and concentration of endotoxin
in the air of feedyards in the southern high plains. American Journal of
Veterinary Research. Volume 65, No 1. p 45-52.
Wilson, S.C., Carriker, C. Brasel, T.L., Karunasena, E.,
Douglas, D.R., Wu, C, Andriychuk, A., Fogle, M.R., Martin, J.R., and Straus, D.
2004. Culturability and toxicity of sick
building syndrome-related fungi over time. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene. 1: 500-504.
13. Wilson S.C., T. Brasel, C. Carriker, G.
D. Fortenberry, M. R. Fogle, J. Martin, D.
R. Wu, L. Andriychuk, E. Karunasena, and D. C. Straus. 2004. An Investigation into techniques for cleaning
mold contaminated home contents. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene. 1: 442-447.
14. Wilson, S.C., Easterwood, K.E., and Straus,
D.C. 2003. The Microbiology of Indoor Air. Recent Research
Developments in Infection and Immunity. ISBN: 81-7895-064-2. pp 97-108.
15. Wilson, S.C., and Straus,
D.C. 2001. The presence of airborne fungi associated with sick
building syndrome in North American zoological institutions.
Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 33(4): 322-327.
Straus, D.C., and Wilson, S.C. 2006. Respirable trichothecene
mycotoxins can be demonstrated in the air of Stachybotrys chartarum-contaminated
building. A letter to the editor that was requested by the editor of J. Allergy and Clinical Immunology.
Volume 118, Issue 3, P 760.
2. Forward written for 2006 edition of the book “Mold Growth
Investigations” Advanced Training and Topics www.mold-free.org.
Author Gary Rosen.