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- Rastogi Publications 2007; US$ 50.00
Subject of environmental microbiology has been appropriately arranged under eight chapters. New chapters added to this section are Microbiology of Air, Microbiology of Extreme Environments, Agricultural Microbiology, Environmental Quality and Bioremediation. Role of microbes in biodegradation, biodeterioration, biotransformation, biomagnification,... more...
- Oxford Book Co. 2010; US$ 150.00
Hand Book of Bacteriology"provides an excellent introduction to bacteria. In addition, it brings a first-rate general introduction to the subject for student whose courses include microbiology as a component. These include student of biochemistry, botany, zoology, medicine, pharmacy and agriculture, as well as food science, biotechnology, ecology and... more...
- Oxford Book Co. 2010; US$ 95.00
Although microbes were first observed over three hundred years ago, the field of microbiology can be said to be in its infancy relative to older biological disciplines such as zoology and botany. Microbiology could be defined as the study of microorganisms, which are unicellular or cell-cluster micro-scopic organisms. Whilst there are undoubtedly some... more...
- Springer 2010; US$ 169.00
The inspiration for this text was the 1988 volume by Alder and Zbinden, written before the ICH harmonization process for drug safety evaluation (or its ISO analog for device biocompatibility evaluation) had been initiated or come to force. Since then, much has changed in both the world and practice of medicine and the regulation of drugs. The intent... more...
- Amsterdam University Press 2010; US$ 10.50
Virussen vormen een voortdurende bedreiging voor de volksgezondheid. Een aantal belangrijke virusziekten zijn inmiddels te voorkomen of te behandelen danzij de ontwikkeling van vaccins en antivirale geneesmiddelen. Verbeterde laboratoriumtechnieken maken het bovendien mogelijk om snel en betrouwbaar virale infecties vast te stellen en hebben in de... more...
- CABI 2011; US$ 160.00
The ability of pathogenic bacteria to adapt to various chemical, biochemical and physical conditions within the human host and their ability to respond to stresses generated in these environments is a central feature of infectious diseases and the outcome of bacterial infection. This book covers the key aspects of this rapidly developing field, including... more...
- University of New South Wales Press 2011; US$ 26.95
Frank Bowden, a specialist in the field of infectious disease and sexual health, looks at one bug at a time, weaving around them the stories of his patients and their families, the doctors and the difficulties they face and the horrors and successes of hospitals and health care programs. Through Bowden?s own work in the field, we encounter Swine... more...
- World Scientific Publishing Company 2011; US$ 125.00
Negative strand RNA viruses have a unique mechanism of replication. Their genome is a single strand RNA that has to be transcribed as soon as the virus enters the host in order to carry out viral replication. As a result, a viral-specific RNA polymerase is packaged in the virion and is ready for transcription after virus entry. This novel replication... more...
- Bentham Science Publishers 2011; US$ 89.00
The book focuses on a global problem challenging the health systems. Trypanosoma cruzi infections are transmitted by cone-nosed triatomine bugs, by blood transfusion and congenitally from mothers to their offspring. The American Trypanosomiasis affects 20 million people; among them a significant parcel (< 1/3) will develop Chagas disease in the... more...