Coker, AO, et al.
Human campylobacteriosis in developing countries. Emerging Infectious Diseases
2002; 8: 237–244.
Adak, GK, et al.
Disease risks from foods, England and Wales, 1996–2000. Emerging Infectious Diseases
2005; 11: 365–372.
Sears, A, et al.
Marked campylobacteriosis decline after interventions aimed at poultry, New Zealand. Emerging Infectious Diseases
2011; 17: 1007–1015.
Muüllner, P, et al.
Assigning the source of human campylobacteriosis in New Zealand: a comparative genetic and epidemiological approach. Infection, Genetics and Evolution
2009; 9: 1311–1319.
Kapperud, G, et al.
Risk factors for sporadic Campylobacter infections: results of a case-control study in Southeastern Norway. Journal of Clinical Microbiology
1992; 30: 3117–3121.
Adak, G, et al.
The public health laboratory service national case-control study of primary indigenous sporadic cases of campylobacter infection. Epidemiology and Infection
1995; 115: 15–22.
Nylen, G, et al.
The seasonal distribution of campylobacter infection in nine European countries and New Zealand. Epidemiology and Infection
2002; 128: 383–390.
Kovats, RS, et al.
Climate variability and campylobacter infection: an international study. International Journal of Biometeorology
2005; 49: 207–214.
McCarthy, ND, et al.
Molecular epidemiology of human Campylobacter jejuni shows association between seasonal and international patterns of disease. Epidemiology and Infection
2012; 240: 2247–2255.
Hearnden, M, et al.
The regionality of campylobacteriosis seasonality in New Zealand. International Journal of Environmental Health Research
2003; 13: 337–348.
Muellner, P, et al.
Utilizing a combination of molecular and spatial tools to assess the effect of a public health intervention. Preventive Veterinary Medicine
2011; 102: 242–253.
Spencer, SEF, et al.
The spatial and temporal determinants of campylobacteriosis notified in New Zealand, 2001–2007. Epidemiology and Infection
2012; 140: 1663–1677.
McTavish, SM, et al.
Wide geographical distribution of internationally rare campylobacter clones within New Zealand. Epidemiology and Infection
2008; 136: 1244–1252.
Bolwell, CF, et al.
Evaluation of the representativeness of a sentinel surveillance site for campylobacteriosis. Epidemiology and Infection
2014; 143: 1–13.
Linton, D, Owen, RJ, Stanley, J. Rapid identification by PCR of the genus Campylobacter and of five Campylobacter species enteropathogenic for man and animals. Research in Microbiology
1996; 147: 707–718.
Stucki, URS, et al.
Identification of Campylobacter jejuni on the basis of a species- specific gene that encodes a membrane protein. Journal of Clinical Microbiology
1995; 33: 855–859.
Dingle, KE, et al.
Multilocus sequence typing system for Campylobacter jejuni
. Journal of Clinical Microbiology
2001; 39: 14–23.
Cleveland, RB, et al.
STL: a seasonal-trend decomposition procedure based on loess. Journal of Official Statistics
1990; 6: 3–73.
R Development Core Team. R: A language and environment for statistical computing. R Foundation for Statistical Computing, Vienna, Austria, 2013.
Rue, H, Martino, S, Chopin, N. Approximate Bayesian inference for latent Gaussian models by using integrated nested Laplace approximations. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B
2009; 71: 319–392.
Müllner, P, et al.
Molecular epidemiology of Campylobacter jejuni in a geographically isolated country with a uniquely structured poultry industry. Applied and Environmental Microbiology
2010; 76: 2145–2154.
Gripp, E, et al.
Closely related Campylobacter jejuni strains from different sources reveal a generalist rather than a specialist lifestyle. BMC Genomics
2011; 12: 584.
Levesque, S, et al.
Multilocus sequence typing of Campylobacter jejuni isolates from humans, chickens, raw milk, and environmental water in Quebec, Canada. Journal of Clinical Microbiology
2008; 46: 3404–3411.
Manning, G, et al.
Multilocus sequence typing for comparison of veterinary and human isolates of Campylobacter jejuni
. Applied and Environmental Microbiology
2003; 69: 6370–6379.
Jore, S, et al.
Trends in Campylobacter incidence in broilers and humans in six European countries, 1997–2007. Preventive Veterinary Medicine
2010; 93: 33–41.
Andrzejewska, M, et al.
Trends in the occurrence and characteristics of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli isolates from poultry meat in Northern Poland. Food Control
2015; 51: 190–194.
Lal, A, et al.
Seasonality in human zoonotic enteric diseases: a systematic review. PLoS ONE
2012; 7: e31883.
Baker, MG, et al.
Regulation of chicken contamination urgently needed to control New Zealand's serious campylobacteriosis epidemic. New Zealand Medical Journal
2006; 119: 76–83.
Sheppard, SK, et al.
Cryptic ecology among host generalist Campylobacter jejuni in domestic animals. Molecular Ecology
2014; 23: 2442–2451.
Febriani, Y, et al.
The association between farming activities, precipitation, and the risk of acute gastrointestinal illness in rural municipalities of Quebec, Canada: a cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health
Whiley, H, et al.
The role of environmental reservoirs in human campylobacteriosis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
2013; 10: 5886–5907.
Cody, AJ, et al.
A longitudinal 6-year study of the molecular epidemiology of clinical Campylobacter isolates in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom. Journal of Clinical Microbiology
2012; 50: 3193–3201.
Sopwith, W, et al.
Identified of potential environmentally adapted Campylobacter jejuni strain, United Kingdom. Emerging Infectious Diseases
2008; 14: 1769–1773.
Gilpin, BJ, et al.
Comparison of Campylobacter jejuni genotypes from dairy cattle and human sources from the Matamata-Piako District of New Zealand. Journal of Applied Microbiology
2008; 105: 1354–1360.
French, NP, et al.
Molecular epidemiology of Campylobacter jejuni isolates from wild-bird fecal material in children's playgrounds. Applied and Environmental Microbiology
2009; 75: 779–783.
Habib, I, Uyttendaele, M, De, Zutter L. Survival of poultry-derived Campylobacter jejuni of multilocus sequence type clonal complexes 21 and 45 under freeze, chill, oxidative, acid and heat stresses. Food Microbiology
2010; 27: 829–834.