by P. Elmsly .
Written in English
|Statement||by J. Hill.|
|Series||Landmarks of science|
Bacterial Pathogenesis: A Molecular Approach (ASM Books) $ In Stock. Discover the strategies bacterial pathogens use to survive and multiply. Focuses on core principles based on the growing understanding of the underlying similarities among pathogens and their mechanisms of action, and is a recommended text for one-semester microbiology Cited by: Virology: Molecular Biology and Pathogenesis: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: Urinary Tract Infections: Molecular Pathogenesis and Clinical Management brings the scientific community up to date on the research related to these infections that has occurred in the nearly two decades since the first edition. The editors have assembled a team of leading experts to cover critical topics in these main areas:Price: $ Awful book. Taking Virology this semester and this book was an extra I picked up. I hate it. There is absolutely nothing about this book that is useful. I'm using Fundamentals of Molecular Virology and it's probably the wordiest thing ever, but at least there is some rhyme and reason/5(7).
Pathogenesis is the process by which virus infection leads to disease. Pathogenic mechanisms include implantation of the virus at a body site (the portal of entry), replication at that site, and then spread to and multiplication within sites (target organs) where disease or shedding of virus into the environment occurs. Most viral infections are subclinical, suggesting that body defenses. The genus Streptococcus, a heterogeneous group of Gram-positive bacteria, has broad significance in medicine and industry. Various streptococci are important ecologically as part of the normal microbial flora of animals and humans; some can also cause diseases that range from subacute to acute or even chronic. Among the significant human diseases attributable to streptococci are scarlet fever. Salmonellae are ubiquitous human and animal pathogens, and salmonellosis, a disease that affects an estimated 2 million Americans each year, is common throughout the world. Salmonellosis in humans usually takes the form of a self-limiting food poisoning (gastroenteritis), but occasionally manifests as a serious systemic infection (enteric fever) which requires prompt antibiotic treatment. In. Pathogenesis refers both to the mechanism of infection and to the mechanism by which disease develops. The purpose of this chapter is to provide an overview of the many bacterial virulence factors and, where possible, to indicate how they interact with host defense mechanisms and to describe their role in the pathogenesis of disease.
Pathogenesis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis: an Interplay of Tissue-Damaging and Macrophage-Activating Immune Responses -- Dual Mechanisms That Control Bacillary Multiplication / Arthur M. Dannenberg, Jr. and Graham A.W. Rook -- Mechanisms of Pathogenesis in Tuberculosis / Graham A.W. Rook and Barry R. Bloom -- Pages: This book by celebrated scientist Jay Levy is considered as the best book ever written about HIV and its pathogenesis as can be seen from the popularity of the book among students and professors. I bought this book as a reference guide for my wife who is finding her PhD in HIV pathogenesis and role of heat shock proteins in HIV by: Contents Books About: Principles of Bacterial Pathogenesis presents a molecular perspective on a select group of bacterial pathogens by having the leaders of the field present their perspective in a clear and authoritative manner. Each chapter contains a comprehensive review devoted to a single pathogen. Completely revised and updated to capture new research findings and the new perspective on the host-parasite interaction, the second edition of this best-selling text is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to bacterial pathogenesis for both students and researchers.4/5.