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  • Streptomyces in Nature and Medicineby David A. Hopwood

    Oxford University Press 2007; US$ 59.99 US$ 51.59

    This book highlights the lives of a group of soil microbes that make most of the antibiotics used in medicine today. Written by an insider, it describes how genetics tells us how these microscopic chemists compete in the soil and how their genes can be rearranged to make new antibiotics to fight re-emerging diseases. more...

  • Quasispecies: From Theory to Experimental Systemsby Esteban Domingo; Peter Schuster

    Springer International Publishing 2016; US$ 159.00

    This volume brings together recent developments in quasispecies theory extended to variable environments and practical applications in elucidating viral dynamics and treatment designs. In particular, the existence of an error threshold in rugged fitness landscapes has opened the way to a new antiviral strategy termed lethal mutagenesis, which is now... more...

  • Streptomyces in Nature and Medicineby David A. Hopwood

    Oxford University Press 2007; US$ 59.99 US$ 51.59

    This book highlights the lives of a group of soil microbes that make most of the antibiotics used in medicine today. Written by an insider, it describes how genetics tells us how these microscopic chemists compete in the soil and how their genes can be rearranged to make new antibiotics to fight re-emerging diseases. more...

  • Gene Expression Profiling by Microarraysby Wolf-Karsten Hofmann

    Cambridge University Press 2006; US$ 212.00 US$ 173.84

    Reviews clinical applications of this promising diagnostic and prognostic technology in cancer and other diseases. more...

  • Foot-and-Mouth Disease Virusby B. W. J. Mahy

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2006; US$ 259.00

    Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) has been recognized in printed records dating from the sixteenth century, and since the eradication of rinderpest (cattle plague) in the early part of the twentieth century it has been rec- nized as the most important and feared disease of cattle and other dom- tic livestock. The beginning of the twenty-first century brought... more...

  • Bacterial Virulence Factors and Rho GTPasesby Patrice Boquet; E. Lemichez

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2006; US$ 259.00

    Pathogenic bacteria for human and animals have developed sophisticated weapons, termed virulence factors, to ensure their replication and persistence into their hosts. The authors in this volume show a synthesis on how the various host cellular Rho GTPases activities are manipulated by bacteria to fulfil their virulence. more...

  • Bacterial Biofilmsby Tony Romeo

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2008; US$ 289.00

    Throughout the biological world, bacteria thrive predominantly in surface-attached, matrix-enclosed, multicellular communities or biofilms, as opposed to isolated planktonic cells. This choice of lifestyle is not trivial, as it involves major shifts in the use of genetic information and cellular energy, and has profound consequences for bacterial physiology... more...

  • Comparative Hepatitisby Olaf Weber; Ulrike Protzer

    Birkhäuser Basel 2008; US$ 319.00

    This text reviews today?s knowledge about hepatitis with emphasis on comparative aspects between hepatitis in humans and animals, but also between different etiological agents. This makes the book relevant to scientists from both human and veterinary medicine. more...

  • From Innate Immunity to Immunological Memoryby Bali Pulendran; Rafi Ahmed

    Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2006; US$ 259.00

    The ability to remember an antigenic encounter for several decades, even for a life time, is one of the fundamental properties of the immune system. This phenomenon known as "immunological memory," is the foundation upon which the concept if vaccination rests. Therefore, understanding the mechanisms by which immunological memory is regulated is of... more...

  • Advances in Virus Researchby Karl Maramorosch; Frederick A. Murphy; Aaron J. Shatkin

    Elsevier Science 1993; US$ 72.95

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