Campylobacters, Helicobacters, and Related Organisms

Hardcover | April 30, 1997

EditorDiane G. Newell, Julian M. Ketley, Roger A. Feldman

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Over 100 papers and workshop summaries focus on pathogens responsible for bacterial enteritis and related organisms. They consider such aspects as the detection and culture from clinical specimens and foods, speciation and typing, the control and antimicrobial resistance of veterinary and poultry infections, epidemiology, clinical aspects and treatment, new and emerging diseases, genetic methods, pathogenic mechanisms, and immunology. Abstracts of additional papers are also included. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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Over 100 papers and workshop summaries focus on pathogens responsible for bacterial enteritis and related organisms. They consider such aspects as the detection and culture from clinical specimens and foods, speciation and typing, the control and antimicrobial resistance of veterinary and poultry infections, epidemiology, clinical aspe...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:767 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.27 inPublished:April 30, 1997Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306453126

ISBN - 13:9780306453120

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Workshop A1: Detection and Culture. Workshop A2: Epidemiology, Clinical Aspects and Treatment of Helicobacters. Workshop A3: Genetics Methods. Workshop B1: Pathogenic Mechanisms of Campylobacters Workshop B3: Epidemiology of Campylobacters. Workshop C2: Immunology and Vaccines of Helicobacters. Workshop C3: Poultry Infections and Their Control. Workshop D1: Clinical Aspects of Campylobacters. Workshop E1: Veterinary Infections. Workshop E3: Detection of Campylobacters in Foods and the Environment. Workshop F3: Antimicrobial Resistance. Workshop G1: Immunology and Vaccine of Campylobacters. Workshop G2: New and Emerging Pathogens. Workshop G3: Speciation and Subtyping. Indexes.