by Samuel Baron
Publisher: University of Texas Medical Branch 1996
Number of pages: 357
This textbook brings together more than 100 internationally leading scientists to convey the mechanisms and principles of medical microbiology. Understanding and employing the principles of microbiology and the molecular mechanisms of pathogenesis enable the physician and medical scientist to control an increasing number of infectious diseases. Medical Microbiology is effectively two books in one: a comprehensive textbook of microbiology and a concise review text under General Concepts. The book is written at a level appropriate for both medical students, physicians and infectious disease scientists.
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by Kenneth Todar
This textbook is suitable for courses concerning general microbiology and medical bacteriology at the college and advanced high school levels. As an online edition, new material is constantly being added, revised and updated.
by Joan Petersen, Susan McLaughlin - CUNY Academic Works
The exercises are designed to engage students in hand-on activities that reinforce their understanding of the microbial world. Topics include: staining and microscopy, metabolic testing, physical and chemical control of microorganisms and immunology.
by German Rosas-Acosta (ed.) - InTech
This book provides a collection of in-depth reviews broadly related to the mechanisms of viral replication as applied to various viruses of critical relevance for human or animal disease. Aimed at students, scholars, professors, and investigators.
- National Library of Medicine
Metagenomics is the functional and sequence-based analysis of the collective microbial genomes that are contained in an environmental sample. This text is developed by NCBI from metagenome projects submitted to the Genomes Projects database.