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  • Autophagy, Infection, and the Immune Responseby William T. Jackson; Michele Swanson

    Wiley 2014; US$ 149.95

    The relationship between infection and immunity and autophagy, a pathway of cellular homeostasis and stress response, has been a rapidly growing field of study over the last decade. While some cellular processes are pro- or anti-infection, autophagy has been proven to be both: a part of the innate immune response against some microbes, and... more...

  • Microbial Ecologyby Larry L. Barton; Diana E. Northup

    Wiley 2011; US$ 112.95

    This book covers the ecological activities of microbes in the biosphere with an emphasis on microbial interactions within their environments and communities In thirteen concise and timely chapters, Microbial Ecology presents a broad overview of this rapidly growing field, explaining the basic principles in an easy-to-follow manner. Using an integrative... more...

  • Fungiby Kevin Kavanagh

    Wiley 2011; US$ 110.00

    List of Contributors ix 1 Introduction to Fungal Physiology 1 Graeme M. Walker and Nia A. White 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Morphology of Yeasts and Fungi 2 1.3 Ultrastructure and Function of Fungal Cells 4 1.4 Fungal Nutrition and Cellular Biosyntheses 11 1.5 Fungal Metabolism 21 1.6 Fungal Growth and Reproduction 26 1.7 Conclusions... more...

  • Emerging Epidemicsby Prakash S. Bisen; Ruchika Raghuvanshi

    Wiley 2013; US$ 175.95

    Preface xv Acknowledgments xvii Chapter 1 Prologue 3 Introduction 3 Causative Factors 7 Salient Features 11 Emerging Epidemics 11 Re-Emerging Epidemics 17 Antimicrobial Resistance 18 Public Health Implications 20 References 22 Chapter 2 Epidemics Fundamentals 24 Introduction 24 Definitions 24 Types of Epidemics... more...

  • Electron Microscopy in Microbiologyby Frank Mayer

    Elsevier Science 1988; US$ 72.95

    This volume of this acclaimed series deals with electron microscopic techniques applied for the elucidation of microbial structures and structure-function relationships at cellular, sub-cellular, and macromolecular levels. Many of the recent findings on ultrastructural features of microorganisms have been obtained with newly developed methods, though... more...

  • Aspergillus fumigatus and Aspergillosisby Jean-Paul Latge; William J. Steinbach

    ASM Press 2009; US$ 169.95

    Invasive and chronic fungal infections have become a formidable clinical opponent, and foremost among them is Aspergillus fumigatus. Aspergillus fumigatus and Aspergillosis assembles chapters from a large and international contingent of experts in the field to explore every major aspect of A. fumigatus and how it kills so many patients. more...

  • Who Are We? Microbes the Puppet Masters!by Yuan Kun Lee

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2008; US$ 35.00

    Our genome is littered with scraps of DNA, termed “junk” DNAs, that serve no apparent purpose. Junk DNAs make up as much as 98.5% of our genome. Scientists believe that some junk DNAs came into existence millions of years ago, when viruses inserted their DNA into that of the human host. There is emerging evidence that suggests that these... more...

  • Illustrated Dictionary of Microbiologyby Kiran Kapoor

    Oxford Book Co. 2010; US$ 50.00

    This unique, illustrated dictionary of microbiology covers the whole field of pure and applied microbiology in one volume. It reflects the latest developments in the field, features entries from concise definitions of terms to review-length articles. With its wide-ranging description of different areas of microbiology, this illustrated dictionary is... more...

  • Biosurfactantsby Gloria Soberon-Chavez

    Springer 2010; US$ 299.00

    Biosurfactants, tensio-active compounds produced by living cells, are now gaining increasing interest due to their potential applications in many different industrial areas in which to date almost exclusively synthetic surfactants have been used. Their unique structures and characteristics are just starting to be appreciated. In addition, biosurfactants... more...

  • Halophiles and Hypersaline Environmentsby Antonio Ventosa; Aharon Oren; Yanhe Ma

    Springer 2011; US$ 239.00

    Halophilic microorganisms are extremophiles that are adapted to grow in environments with high salt concentrations. This book reviews the most recent hot topics in the field of halophilism, from halophilic bacteria and archaea to fungi and viruses. The topics covered include basic and molecular aspects as well as some possible applications of halophiles. more...