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Bacterial pathogenesis : a molecular approach
Abigail A. Salyers and Dixie D. Whitt.
D.H. Hill Library Call Number
  Stacks (8th floor) QR201 .B34 S24 2002 (Browse Shelf) Available
Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks QR201 .B34 S24 2002 (Browse Shelf) Available
Other Authors
  • ISBN: 155581171X (softcover)
  • OCLC Number: 47838967
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents

Ch. 22. Bacillus anthracis, the Cause of Anthrax. Ch. 23. Helicobacter pylori, a Resourceful Gastric Pathogen. Ch. 24. Clostridium difficile and Pseudomembranous Colitis. Ch. 25. Vibrio cholerae, the Cause of Cholera. Ch. 26. Salmonella Species. Ch. 27. Listeria monocytogenes, a Doubly Motile Pathogen. Ch. 28. Diarrheagenic Escherichia coli Strains. Ch. 29. Escherichia coli Extraintestinal Infections. Ch. 30. Neisseria Species. Ch. 31. Chlamydia trachomatis. App. 1. Overview of Bacterial Secretion Systems, Bacterial Adhesins and Their Mechanisms of Assembly, and Major Bacterial Toxins.Ch. 9. Bacterial Exotoxins: Important but Still a Mystery. Ch. 10. Antimicrobial Compounds. Ch. 11. How Bacteria Become Resistant to Antibiotics -- Pt. II. Specific Bacterial Pathogens. Ch. 12. The Spirochetes: Borrelia burgdorferi and Treponema pallidum. Ch. 13. Yersinia pestis, the Cause of Plague, and Its Relatives. Ch. 14. Staphylococcus Species. Ch. 15. Group A and Group B Streptococci and Enterococci. Ch. 16. Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Related Species, a Lesson in Versatility. Ch. 17. Bordetella pertussis. Ch. 18. Streptococcus pneumoniae. Ch. 19. Tuberculosis. Ch. 20. Legionella pneumophila and Legionnaires' Disease. Ch. 21. Mycoplasma pneumoniae and Chlamydia pneumoniae.Pt. I. Basic Principles. Ch. 1. The Uneasy Truce: Never Underestimate the Power of Bacteria. Ch. 2. Approaching and Studying Bacterial Diseases. Ch. 3. Molecular Approaches to the Diagnosis and Characterization of Bacterial Infections. Ch. 4. The First Line of Defense against Infection: Prevention and the Phagocytic Cell Response. Ch. 5. The First Line of Defense, Continued: Complement, Chemokines, and Cytokines. Ch. 6. The Second Line of Defense: Antibodies and Cytotoxic T Cells. Ch. 7. Vaccination - an Underappreciated Component of the Modern Medical Armamentarium. Ch. 8. Bacterial Strategies for Evading or Surviving the Defense Systems of the Human Body.