Molecular and Cell Biology of Sexually Transmitted Diseases by D.J. WrightMolecular and Cell Biology of Sexually Transmitted Diseases by D.J. Wright

Molecular and Cell Biology of Sexually Transmitted Diseases

byD.J. WrightEditorL.C. Archard

Paperback | November 5, 2012

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Molecular and Cell Biology of Human Diseasesreviews the status of research on a range of sexually transmitted diseases whose incidence has paralleled the increase in HIV infection and examines the ways in which new methods are influencing current practice and are likely to shape future management.
Title:Molecular and Cell Biology of Sexually Transmitted DiseasesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:318 pages, 27.9 × 21 × 0.01 inPublished:November 5, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401050511

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Table of Contents

Contributors. Preface. Introduction; A.D.B. Malcolm. Molecular mechanisms of antigenic variation in Neisseria gonorrhoea; H.S. Seifert. Molecular biology of chlamydiae; M.A. Monnickendam. Sexually transmitted mycoplasmas in humans; A. Blanchard, L.D. Olson, M.F. Barile. Molecular biology of Treponema pallidum; L.M. Schouls. Molecular biology of Candida pathogenesis; D.R. Soll. Molecular analysis of Trichomonas vaginalis surface protein repertoires; J.F. Alderete, R. Arroyo, D.C. Dailey, J. Engbring, M.A. Khoshnan, M.W. Lehker, J. McKay. Hepatitis B virus and Hepatitis delta virus; T.J. Harrison, G.M. Dusheiko. Molluscum contagiosum virus; C.D. Porter, N.W. Blake, J.J. Cream, L.C. Archard. Molecular biology of herpes simplex virus; D.E. Barker, B. Roizman, M.B. Kovler. Anti-idiotypic therapeutic strategies in HIV infection; D. Wilks, A. Dalgleish. Index.

Editorial Reviews

`... a collection of excellent reviews... a valuable source of information to potential research workers as well as a useful reference for those currently involved in research into sexually transmitted diseases.' Journal of Medical Microbiology