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Computer
Keyboards
1 Bacterial Growth on Computer Keyboards - Madeleine Miller, Autumn Kimbrough, Megan Smith, Carla Linde-Garelli & Caden Fernando
Auteur : Madeleine Miller, Autumn Kimbrough, Megan Smith, Carla Linde-Garelli & Caden Fernando
Genre : Science et nature
An informative book that details how to write a lab outline by providing an example lab for readers to view.

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2 Good Germs, Bad Germs - Jessica Snyder Sachs
Auteur : Jessica Snyder Sachs
Genre : Biologie
Making Peace with Microbes

Public sanitation and antibiotic drugs have brought about historic increases in the human life span; they have also unintentionally produced new health crises by disrupting the intimate, age-old balance between humans and the microorganisms that inhabit our bodies and our environment. As a result, antibiotic resistance now ranks among the gravest medical problems of modern times. Good Germs, Bad Germs addresses not only this issue but also what has become known as the "hygiene hypothesis"— an argument that links the over-sanitation of modern life to now-epidemic increases in immune and other disorders. In telling the story of what went terribly wrong in our war on germs, Jessica Snyder Sachs explores our emerging understanding of the symbiotic relationship between the human body and its resident microbes—which outnumber its human c

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Diseases
Climates
3 Bacterial Diseases in Warm Climates - Sics Editore
Auteur : Sics Editore
Genre : Médecine
A doctor working in non-endemic regions will encounter the bacterial diseases discussed in this article when working in endemic areas and when treating international travellers or immigrants. Some of the diseases are acute and life-threatening infections. Some of the infections are rare. For example, anthrax can be contracted by handling imported leather and can therefore, in principle, also be found in the industrialised countries, and it is a potential agent for bioterrorism/biological warfare.

14,99 €

Biogeochemistry
4 Bacterial Biogeochemistry - Tom Fenchel, Henry Blackburn & Gary M. King
Auteur : Tom Fenchel, Henry Blackburn & Gary M. King
Genre : Biologie
Bacterial Biogeochemistry, Third Edition focuses on bacterial metabolism and its relevance to the environment, including the decomposition of soil, food chains, nitrogen fixation, assimilation and reduction of carbon nitrogen and sulfur, and microbial symbiosis. The scope of the new edition has broadened to provide a historical perspective, and covers in greater depth topics such as bioenergetic processes, characteristics of microbial communities, spatial heterogeneity, transport mechanisms, microbial biofilms, extreme environments and evolution of biogeochemical cycles.Provides up-to-date coverage with an enlarged scope, a new historical perspective, and coverage in greater depth of topics of special interestCovers interactions between microbial processes, atmospheric composition and the earth's greenhouse propertiesCompletely rewritten to incorporate all the advances and discove

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Application
Pigments
Colorant
6 Application of Bacterial Pigments as Colorant - Wan Azlina Ahmad, Wan Yunus Wan Ahmad, Zainul Akmar Zakaria & Nur Zulaikha Yusof
Auteur : Wan Azlina Ahmad, Wan Yunus Wan Ahmad, Zainul Akmar Zakaria & Nur Zulaikha Yusof
Genre : Science et nature
Environmental concerns regarding continuous use of synthetic dyes saw a revival in the demand for natural dyes as natural dyes exhibit better biodegradability and generally have a higher compatibility with the environment. However, one of the limitations on the use of natural dyes or pigments is the low extraction yield factors (a few grams of pigment per kg of dried raw material). Therefore, the exploitation of other biological sources such as fungi, bacteria and cell cultures offers interesting alternative. Microbial pigments such as from bacterial origins offer the advantage in terms of production compared to pigments extracted from vegetables or animals, due to its simple cell and fast culturing technique. This book offers interesting insight into initial works carried out to demonstrate the potential use of bacterial pigment as colorant for various applications.

46,99 €

Circadian
Programs
7 Bacterial Circadian Programs - Jayna L. Ditty, Shannon R. Mackey & Carl H. Johnson
Auteur : Jayna L. Ditty, Shannon R. Mackey & Carl H. Johnson
Genre : Science de la vie
Since the discovery of circadian rhythms in cyanobacteria, the field has exploded with information. This book addresses multiple aspects of bacterial circadian programs to provide a timely review of the fundamental process of circadian timing in prokaryotes.

194,99 €

Metabolism
Pathogenesis
8 Metabolism and Bacterial Pathogenesis - Tyrrell Conway & Paul S. Cohen
Auteur : Tyrrell Conway & Paul S. Cohen
Genre : Science de la vie
Groundbreaking thinking on how bacterial metabolism is foundational to pathogenesis

For too long, bacterial metabolism and bacterial pathogenesis have been studied as separate entities. However, the scientific community is beginning to realize that not only are bacterial nutrient acquisition and utilization essential for pathogenesis, but that interfering with the pathogen-specific metabolic pathways used during infection can regulate virulence factor expression and might lead to effective breakthroughs in a variety of treatments.

Editors Paul Cohen and Tyrrell Conway, who pioneered the use of metabolic mutants in competitive colonization assays, an approach now widely used to investigate the nutrition of pathogens in vivo, are uniquely qualified to advance our knowledge of this integrative field of research. They convened a group of contributors who are brea

124,99 €

Antimicrobial
Susceptibility
Pattern
Isolates
Surgical
Infections
Tertiary
Hospital
Allahabad
Original
9 Antimicrobial Susceptibility Pattern of Bacterial Isolates from Surgical Wound Infections in Tertiary Care Hospital in Allahabad, India (Original Work) (Report) - Internet Journal of Medical Update
Auteur : Internet Journal of Medical Update
Genre : Forme et santé
INTRODUCTION Bacterial infections at surgical sites and surgical wounds are fairly common despite aseptic measures. Surgical site infections are responsible for delayed wound healing, prolonged stay in hospital, increased cost of therapy and are also important determinants of morbidity and mortality of the patient.

2,99 €

Molecular
Infections
10 Molecular Typing in Bacterial Infections - Ivano de Filippis & Marian L. McKee
Auteur : Ivano de Filippis & Marian L. McKee
Genre : Biologie
The accurate identification and typing of microbes is essential for researchers in all fields of microbiology. The investigation of species diversity is crucial for the determination of the genetic relatedness of isolates for epidemiological studies. The development of molecular genotyping methods has improved the classification and typing of microorganisms at the sub-species level. In Molecular Typing in Bacterial Infections, readers will find an ultimate guide to molecular methods for the classification and typing of most human bacterial pathogens, covering a wide range of techniques which can be easily applied to the investigation of infectious diseases.

The emphasis is on nucleic acid-based assays and alternative biochemically and immunologically-based formats providing significant potential improvement  of typing technologies that are transforming the field o

174,99 €

Cerashield
Urinary
Catheters
Provide
Superior
Protection
Against
Colonization
Compared
Leading
Preclinical
Testing
11 Cerashield(Tm) Coated Urinary Catheters Provide Superior Protection Against Bacterial Colonization Compared to Leading Brands in Preclinical Testing - Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA)
Auteur : Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA)
Genre : Ouvrages de référence
Byline: Rich Garven COLUMN: PATRIOTS NOTES

2,99 €

Physical
Communication
12 The Physical Basis of Bacterial Quorum Communication - Stephen J. Hagen
Auteur : Stephen J. Hagen
Genre : Science de la vie
This book aims to educate physical scientists and quantitatively-oriented biologists on the application of physical experimentation and analysis, together with appropriate modeling, to understanding and interpreting microbial chemical communication and especially quorum sensing (QS). Quorum sensing describes a chemical communication behavior that is nearly universal among bacteria. Individual cells release a diffusible small molecule (an autoinducer) into their environment. A high concentration of this autoinducer serves as a signal of high population density, triggering new patterns of gene expression throughout the population. However QS is often much more complex than simple census-taking. Many QS bacteria produce and detect multiple autoinducers, which generate quorum signal cross talk with each other and with other bacterial species. QS gene regulatory networks operate in physically

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Vaginosis
13 Cure Bacterial Vaginosis Now - Elizabeth Hungerford
Auteur : Elizabeth Hungerford
Genre : Forme et santé
Is bacterial vaginosis making you miserable? Do you find yourself constantly worrying about what BV will do to your body? Are you scared the symptoms will come back to haunt you? 

If you answered yes to any of these questions, take comfort in knowing that you are not alone. About one in 425 women experience the alarming disease at least once in their lives, and any woman is potentially at risk of developing the illness. 

More importantly, there are proven and tested ways to successfully alleviate the symptoms and become free of the disease. Just a simple three-day remedy will rid you of BV forever, in fact. This is the promise of Cure Bacterial Vaginosis Now by Elizabeth Hungerford. 

Contrary to common belief, bacterial vaginosis is an imbalance in the vagina’s bacterial ecosystem, not an infection. The secret to saying bye-bye to BV f

2,49 €

Virulence
Factors
Gtpases
14 Bacterial Virulence Factors and Rho GTPases - Patrice Boquet & E. Lemichez
Auteur : Patrice Boquet & E. Lemichez
Genre : Médecine
Pathogenic bacteria for human and animals have developed sophisticated weapons, termed virulence factors, to ensure their replication and persistence into their hosts. The first role of these virulence factors is to loosen the host defenses against microorganisms represented by innate and adaptive immunities. Small GTPases of the Rho subfamily have been shown top play important functions in theses systems.

The authors of this volume present the synthesis on how the various host cellular Rho GTPases activities are manipulated by bacteria to fulfill their virulence.

194,99 €

Understanding
Intestinal
Overgrowth
15 Understanding Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth - Linda Golla
Auteur : Linda Golla
Genre : Forme et santé
This book is about the condition, Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO). It is a condition that many people don't realize they have because the symptoms can be similar to many other conditions and diseases. This book will cover the symptoms, the possible causes, as well as treatment and management of SIBO. I have suffered with the symptoms of Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), myself, and know the physical and mental anguish that it can cause. The abdominal pain and discomfort, the unexplained weight loss, the gas, constipation, or diarrhea. It was years before I finally received the correct diagnosis. Once I received the correct treatment and maintained the proper diet, I was able to manage the condition, and my symptoms. It was liberating and improved the quality of my life substantially. I hope to help others who have SIBO, by offering them one resource that will hel

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Relation
Between
Distribution
Staphylococcus
Colonization
Involvement
Dermatitis
Patients
Dermatitli
Hastalarda
Burundaki
Bakteri
Dagilimi
Staphylococcus
Kolonizasyonunun
Tutulumu
Iliskisi
Turkish
16 The Relation Between Ocular/Nasal Bacterial Distribution, Staphylococcus Aureus Colonization and Ocular and Nasal Involvement in Atopic Dermatitis Patients/Atopik Dermatitli Hastalarda Gozde Ve Burundaki Bakteri Dagilimi Ile Staphylococcus Aureus Kolonizasyonunun Goz Ve Deri Tutulumu Ile Iliskisi (In Turkish) - Turkish Journal of Dermatology
Auteur : Turkish Journal of Dermatology
Genre : Forme et santé
Giris Atopik dermatit (AD) alevlenme ve iyilesme donemleriyle seyreden, kronik, kasintili inflamatuar bir deri hastaligidir. Etiyolojisi kesin olarak bilinmemekle birlikte genetik yatkinlik zemininde cevresel faktorlerin etkisiyle ortaya ciktigi dusunulmektedir. AD'li hastalarin %90'ninda Staphylococcus aureus (S.aureus) kolonileri saptanmistir. Enfeksiyonlarin AD'yi baslatabilecegi ve alevlenmelere neden olabilecegi ileri surulmektedir (1).

2,99 €

Vaccines
Gelecekteki
Bakteri
Asilari
17 Bacterial Vaccines in the Future/Gelecekteki Bakteri Asilari (Report) - Journal of Pediatric Infection
Auteur : Journal of Pediatric Infection
Genre : Forme et santé
Asilar, gectigimiz yuzyilin saglik alanindaki en onemli buluslarindan biridir. Sadece asilanan kisiyi enfeksiyon hastaliklarindan korumakla kalmayip, ayni zamanda o hastaligin toplumda kontrol altina alinmasi, eliminasyonu ve eradikasyonunu saglamaktadir. Cicek hastaliginin 1970'li yillarda eradike edilmesi ve yakin bir gelecekte poliomiyelit eradikasyonunun gerceklesecek olmasi tip tarihine birer donum noktasi olarak gecmistir. Gunumuzde asi uygulamalariyla 27 bulasici hastaliga karsi korunma saglanmakta, her yil yaklasik 3 milyon cocuk olumu onlenmekte ve 400 milyon yasam yili kurtulmaktadir (1). Kizamik, Kuzey Amerika'da ve Avrupa'da (ulkemizde dahil olmak uzere) kontrol altina alinmistir. Hepatit B'ye bagli karaciger kanseri, H. Influenzae B'ye (Hib) bagli menenjitlerde dramatik azalma olmustur. Ancak, gunumuzde bile asi ile korunabilir hastaliklardan her yil yaklasik 4.5 milyon kisi

2,99 €

Identification
Susceptibility
Patterns
Pregnant
Pregnant
Patients
18 Bacterial Identification and Drug Susceptibility Patterns in Pregnant and Non Pregnant UTI Patients - Syeda Sograh Fatima & Eman Al Mussaed
Auteur : Syeda Sograh Fatima & Eman Al Mussaed
Genre : Ingénierie
This book provides a review of essential research on urinary tract infections (UTIs), as well as a broader perspective on methodologies adopted for the isolation and identification of the bacteria from urine samples of pregnant and non-pregnant women on the basis of their cultural, morphological and biochemical characteristics. The identification is extended to the strain level by means of molecular identification involving BLAST as a bioinformatics tool. The book also addresses the roles of various other bioinformatics tools for tracing the phylogenetic tree and conservation studies among the bacteriocin of the identified bacteria. Lastly, it assesses the antibiotics resistance patterns of these isolates.

46,99 €

Pathogens
Sensitivity
Pattern
Children
Children
Hospital
Chandka
Medical
College
Larkana
19 Bacterial Pathogens and Their Drug Sensitivity Pattern in Acute Otitis Media in Children at Children Hospital Chandka Medical College Larkana (Report) - Medical Channel
Auteur : Medical Channel
Genre : Forme et santé
Byline: Arbab Ali Junejo, Khurshid Ahmed Abbasi, Haresh Chand and Raja Rahul Chand ABSTRACT

2,99 €

Assemblages
Associated
Dreissena
Polymorpha
Populations
Laurentian
20 Bacterial Assemblages Associated with Zebra Mussel (Dreissena Polymorpha) Populations in the Laurentian Great Lakes Basin (Usa) (Report) - Journal of Shellfish Research
Auteur : Journal of Shellfish Research
Genre : Science de la vie
ABSTRACT In the current study, bacteria were identified in zebra mussel samples collected from the Huron River, Crystal Lake, and Vineyard Lake, Michigan. Bacteria were identified by sequencing the 16S ribosomal RNA gene of amplified community bacterial DNA extracted from mussel homogenate samples. More than 170 zebra mussel bacterial 16S gene sequences were checked for similarity to 16S sequences contained in the Ribosomal Database Project and BLAST public databases. Analysis demonstrated the presence of 27 bacterial genera belonging to 12 subdivisions in tissues of zebra mussels collected from the 3 locations. Potentially pathogenic bacteria for aquatic and terrestrial animals, like Aeromonas spp., Flavobaeterium spp., Pseudomonas fluorescens, Shewanella putrefaciens, and Shigella sp. were also detected in mussel homogenates raising concerns that this invading mussel may play a role in

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Surface
Colonisation
Sedated
Intensive
Patients
21 Ocular Surface Bacterial Colonisation in Sedated Intensive Care Unit Patients (Report) - Anaesthesia and Intensive Care
Auteur : Anaesthesia and Intensive Care
Genre : Forme et santé
Prolonged eye closure, such as occurs in intensive care unit (ICU) patients, causes a cascade of biochemical, cellular and microbial events culminating in inflammation, hypoxia and dryeye states (1). Eyelid closure during sleep is an active process involving contraction and relaxation of eyelid muscles. This active contraction and relaxation is lost with the heavy sedation and use of muscle relaxants in ICU patients. The blink reflex is also lost. Incomplete lid closure leads to drying of the mucosal surface and desiccation of the corneal epithelial tissues, resulting in ulceration. Lesions can range from punctate epithelial erosions involving the exposed inferior third of the cornea to more extensive erosion termed macroepithelial defect. Disruption of the epithelial surface increases the risk of bacterial infection. The cornea is affected most often, with the most severe lesion being b

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Adaptation
Resistance
22 Bacterial Adaptation to Co-resistance - Santi M. Mandal & Debarati Paul
Auteur : Santi M. Mandal & Debarati Paul
Genre : Agriculture
The proposed book aims to understand the mechanism of survival of microorganisms in response to chemical stress in various ecological niches that suffer direct human intervention, more so the agricultural, domestic and hospital settings. Microbicides (e.g. disinfectants, antiseptics, fungicides, algaecides, insecticides and pesticides) are used rampantly to control undesirable microbes. Insecticides and pesticides are routinely used in agriculture which directly affect the microbial population in farms, orchards and fields. Health care environments are always stressed with disinfectants and antibiotics. It is always probable that microbicide-stressed microorganisms are in a dynamic state, displaced from one niche to the other. Some soil and water borne bacteria or their resistance determinants are also getting prominence in hospital settings after suffering selective pressure from agrici

119,99 €

Relating
Metallic
Nanoparticle
Characteristics
Toxicity
23 Co-Relating Metallic Nanoparticle Characteristics and Bacterial Toxicity - Anil K. Suresh
Auteur : Anil K. Suresh
Genre : Science et nature
This brief gives a concise overview of nanoparticles and their microbial toxicity. It introduces various nanoparticles that are considered lethal to microbial cells (bacteria, virus and fungus) placing an emphasis on metal and metal oxide nanoparticles. The synthesis procedures (physical, chemical, microbial) that are often employed in their fabrication are also outlined. The interaction of various nanoparticles with microbes is described with attention given to the role of additives in the form of solvents, surfactants, capping materials. Commonly used experimental and analytical techniques that are often used to evaluate and determine the toxicity of nanoparticles towards different microorganisms are presented and comparative assessments on the differences between these procedures are described. The brief ends by explaining the toxicity of metal and metal oxide nanoparticles to microor

42,99 €

Fibrinolytic
Enzymes
Thrombolytic
Activity
24 Fibrinolytic Bacterial Enzymes with Thrombolytic Activity - Essam Kotb
Auteur : Essam Kotb
Genre : Médecine
Stress, high blood pressure, smoking, pollution, fast foods, overweight, excessive travelling, surgery, less movement are common features in our modern life. These features are risky for blood clotting disorders. According to WHO, over 29% of the total mortalities worldwide are due to thrombosis. By the year, 2020 cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) may cause an estimated 25 million deaths per year, thus antithrombotic therapy is of great interest.

The available thrombolytic agents such as urokinase are highly expensive, antigenic, quite unspecific, pyretogenic and hemorrhagenic. Therefore, the production of fibrinolysing enzymes, which rapidly dissolute thrombi within the vascular tree, without the detriments by microorganisms, as described in this book, is the desirable aim of today’s research.

39,99 €

Adjunctive
Steroid
Treatment
Meningitis
Question
Original
Article
25 Adjunctive Steroid Treatment in Acute Bacterial Meningitis. "to Do Or Not to Do: That Is the Question" (Original Article) (Report) - Acta Clinica Belgica
Auteur : Acta Clinica Belgica
Genre : Forme et santé
INTRODUCTION Acute bacterial meningitis (ABM) is a serious life-threatening neurological disease. The estimated incidence is 2-5 per 100.000 people per year in developed countries but may be up to ten times higher in developing countries. Despite advances in active immunization, antibiotic therapy and critical care resources, the mortality rate of ABM remains unacceptably high, ranging between 10% and 30%. Moreover, survivors may suffer severe disability such as hearing loss, seizures, cognitive and behavioural changes and sensorimotor impairment (1).

2,99 €

Infections
26 Bacterial Infections of Humans - Philip S. Brachman & Elias Abrutyn
Auteur : Philip S. Brachman & Elias Abrutyn
Genre : Médecine
Bacterial Infections of Humans

Epidemiology and Control

Fourth Edition

Edited by Philip S. Brachman, Emory University, and Elias Abrutyn, Drexel University.

The new Fourth Edition of Bacterial Infections of Humans reflects a decade of important discoveries, technological progress, and valuable new therapies as well as emerging and reemerging infections, resistant strains of bacteria, and threats of bioterrorism. It offers accessible, up-to-date information across the range of disease entities.

As in previous editions, introductory chapters review general concepts of infection and epidemiology, and the chapters devoted to specific infections follow a consistent and highly useful format: historical background, methodology (diagnosis and pathology), biology, descriptive epidemiology, mechanism and routes of transmission, pathogenesi

239,99 €

Cellular
Metabolic
Systems
27 Bacterial Cellular Metabolic Systems - K. Shimizu
Auteur : K. Shimizu
Genre : Science de la vie
The metabolic regulation of a cell system is of critical importance in systems biology, and a robust model of these mechanisms is essential in predicting the effects on the metabolism of both the culture environment and the knockout of specific genes. Bacterial cellular metabolic systems focuses on this highly topical subject in relation to culture environment and provides a detailed analysis from gene level to metabolic level regulation, as well as offering a discussion of the most recent modelling approaches. The book begins with an introduction to metabolic mechanisms and to the metabolic regulation of a cell, before moving on to discussing the action of global regulators in response to a specific culture environment. The second half of the book examines conventional flux balance analysis and its applications, 13C-metabolic flux analysis, and the effect of a specific gene knockout on

209,99 €

Contamination
Weaning
Drinking
Impoverished
Households
28 Bacterial Contamination of Vhuswa--a Local Weaning Food and Stored Drinking-Water in Impoverished Households in the Venda Region of South Africa (Report) - Journal of Health Population and Nutrition
Auteur : Journal of Health Population and Nutrition
Genre : Forme et santé
INTRODUCTION Diarrhoeal diseases are common in children aged less than five years, and consumption of contaminated water and food is the major source of infection (1). The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that consumption of contaminated water results in 2.2 million diarrhoea-related deaths annually in children aged less than five years in developing countries (2). The prevalence of diarrhoea is particularly high in children during the first two years of life, usually after weaning has commenced (3,4). Although the majority of women in Africa start weaning their infants at the age of 3-4 months, a few begin within the first two months of life (4-6). Depending on the country and culture, different foods and feeding methods are used for supplementing breastfeeding (4,5,7,8). In developing countries, up to 70% of diarrhoeal episodes are traced to pathogens transmitted from weaning

2,99 €

Membranes
29 Bacterial Cell Walls and Membranes - Andreas Kuhn
Auteur : Andreas Kuhn
Genre : Science de la vie
This book provides an up-to-date overview of the architecture and biosynthesis of bacterial and archaeal cell walls, highlighting the evolution-based similarities in, but also the intriguing differences between the cell walls of Gram-negative bacteria, the Firmicutes and Actinobacteria, and the Archaea. The recent major advances in this field, which have brought to light many new structural and functional details, are presented and discussed. Over the past five years, a number of novel systems, e.g. for lipid, porin and lipopolysaccharide biosynthesis have been described. In addition, new structural achievements with periplasmic chaperones have been made, all of which have revealed amazing details on how bacterial cell walls are synthesized. These findings provide an essential basis for future research, e.g. the development of new antibiotics. 
The book’s content is the logic

109,99 €

Pathogens
30 Bacterial Fish Pathogens - B. Austin & D.A. Austin
Auteur : B. Austin & D.A. Austin
Genre : Science de la vie
This completely revised and updated edition of Bacterial Fish Pathogens is a comprehensive discussion of the biological aspects of the bacterial taxa which cause disease in fish. Since the 3rd edition was published in 1999, much has changed in the control of disease of farmes and wild fish. New pathogens such as Pasteurella skyensis have been described, and antimicrobial compounds for the control of disease have been replaced by alternative methods, such as probiotics. Consideration is given to all the bacterial taxa which have at some time been reported as fish pathogens, whether they are secondary invaders of already damaged tissues or serious, primary pathogens.

Bacterial Fish Pathogens

*provides up-to-date information on all the bacterial fish pathogens
*covers all aspects of the biology of the bacterial fish pathogens
*details comprehensive diagnosti

269,99 €

Cytoskeleton
Infection
31 The Actin Cytoskeleton and Bacterial Infection - Hans Georg Mannherz
Auteur : Hans Georg Mannherz
Genre : Médecine
This volume describes the mechanisms which bacteria have created to secure their survival, proliferation and dissemination by subverting the actin cytoskeleton of host cells. Bacteria have developed a veritable arsenal of toxins, effector proteins and virulence factors that allow them to modify the properties of the intracellular actin cytoskeleton for their own purposes. Bacterial factors either modify actin directly as the main component of this part of the cytoskeleton or functionally subvert regulatory or signalling proteins terminating at the actin cytoskeleton.
In short, this volume provides an overview of the various tricks bacteria have evolved to “act on actin” in order to hijack this essential host cell component for their own needs. As such, it will be of interest to scientists from many fields, as well as clinicians whose work involves infectious diseases.

129,99 €

Efficacy
Isolates
Phenylalanine
Production
Different
Fermentation
32 Efficacy of Bacterial Isolates from Soil for L-Phenylalanine (L-PHE) Production in Different Fermentation Media (Report) - Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences
Auteur : Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences
Genre : Science de la vie
Byline: M. Hassan, S. Nadeem, K. Khaliq and I. Perveen ABSTRACT

2,99 €

Widespread
Infections
Endosymbiont
Cardinium
Arachnids
Communication
33 Widespread Infections by the Bacterial Endosymbiont Cardinium in Arachnids (Short Communication) (Report) - Journal of Arachnology
Auteur : Journal of Arachnology
Genre : Science de la vie
Maternally inherited endosymbionts such as Wolbachia, Rickettsia, and Spiroplasma species are known to affect reproductive and behavioral traits of their predominantly arthropod hosts (see Charlat et al. 2003). Such infections are relatively widespread in insects and mites and recent evidence indicates that they are also found in both haplogyne and entelegyne spiders (Oh et al. 2000; Cordaux et al. 2001; Rowley et al. 2004; Goodacre et al. 2006). Incidences of multiple infections were also found to be common (Goodacre et al. 2006). Another endosymbiont, Cardinium, has been described more recently (Zchori-Fein et al. 2004). Cardinium is known to infect nematodes (Noel & Atibalentja 2006), insects (Provencher et al. 2005; Bigliardi et al. 2006; Marzorati et al. 2006) and mites (Chigira & Miura 2005; Groot & Breeuwer 2006). A recent study shows that it is also found in spiders (

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Predicting
Treatment
Diarrhoea
Regional
Hospital
Thailand
34 Predicting Treatment Cost for Bacterial Diarrhoea at a Regional Hospital in Thailand (Report) - Journal of Health Population and Nutrition
Auteur : Journal of Health Population and Nutrition
Genre : Forme et santé
INTRODUCTION Thailand is a Southeast Asian country with a population of 62.4 million in 2005. Acute diarrhoea is one of the most prevalent diseases in Thailand, and morbidity rate pertaining to this disease has been ranked the highest in the country since 1985. Results of an epidemiological study in four hospitals in 2005 indicated that most diarrhoea patients were children aged less than five years (35.2%). Salmonella spp. (39.9%), Vibrio parahaemolyticus (33.1%), Escherichia coli (18.0%), Shigella spp. (2.5%), and Vibrio cholerae El Tor Inaba (1.8%) were mainly responsible for the disease (1). The number of inpatients at government hospitals (80.5% of the total hospital-beds in the country in 2004) was 11,323.8 per 100,000 in 2004. Meanwhile, the numbers of inpatients suffering from typhoid, paratyphoid fever, and other Salmonella-associated infections, including other intestinal in

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Infections
Karachi
Frequency
Antibiotic
Resistance
Isolates
Clinical
35 Ear Infections in Karachi: The Frequency and Antibiotic Resistance of Bacterial Isolates (Clinical Report) - Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences
Auteur : Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences
Genre : Forme et santé
Byline: Farhan Essa Abdullah, Pooja Kumari Khatri, Najla Abdulnabi Alzadjali, Anum Deedar Ali and Geeta Bhagia ABSTRACT

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Effects
Cellulose
Standardized
Apparent
Digestibilities
Contribution
Growing
36 The Effects of Cellulose, Pectin and Starch on Standardized Ileal and Apparent Total Tract Amino Acid Digestibilities and Bacterial Contribution of Amino Acids in Feces of Growing Pigs (Report) - Asian - Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences
Auteur : Asian - Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences
Genre : Secteurs et professions
ABSTRACT : Eight ileally cannulated pigs (BW 35.9 [+ or -] 0.9 kg) were randomly allotted according to a 4 x 3 Latin square design to determine the effects of cellulose, pectin and starch on standardized ileal digestibility (SID) and apparent total tract digestibility (ATTD) of crude protein (CP) and amino acids (AA) as well as on the bacterial AA contribution in feces. The pigs were fed the control diet (20.2% CP, % dry matter (DM)) or one of the three experimental diets in which 25% of the control diet was substituted by cellulose, starch or pectin. Due to this substitution, dietary CP levels were lower in the cellulose (15.5% CP, % DM), pectin (15.4% CP, % DM) and starch diet (15.2% CP, % DM). Following a 15-d adaptation period, feces were collected for 5 d and ileal digesta for a total of 24 h. Starch increased SID of CP, while cellulose and pectin had no significant effect on the di

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Antibiotic
Sensitivity
Pattern
Pathogens
Neonatal
Hamedan
Province
Neonatal
Intensive
37 Antibiotic Sensitivity Pattern of Common Bacterial Pathogens in NICU and Neonatal Ward in Hamedan Province of Iran (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit ) (Report) - Health
Auteur : Health
Genre : Forme et santé
1. INTRODUCTION There has been high incidence of antimicrobial resistance in bacterial infections in different parts of a country and also in any hospital [1-3]. Different mechanisms are involved in drug resistance of microorganisms. It may be genetic or non genetic in origin [4]. Widespread use of broadspectrum antibiotics is the most important factor, so antibiotic control policy has great importance in drug resistance control [5]. The incidence of infections in hospitalized neonates is very high. After widespread use of antibiotics in agriculture industry and medicine from 1950, antibiotics resistance in common pathogenic agents had increasingly emerged [6]. In developed countries constant investigation in this field had done for identifying antibiotic resistance pattern. Recently, the spectrum and resistance of the pathogenic bacteria have constantly changed year after year because o

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Interobserver
Variation
Interpretation
Scoring
Diagnosis
Vaginosis
38 Interobserver Variation in the Interpretation of Nugent Scoring Method for Diagnosis of Bacterial Vaginosis (Report) - Indian Journal of Medical Research
Auteur : Indian Journal of Medical Research
Genre : Science de la vie
Bacterial vaginosis (BV), a clinical entity characterized by a change in vaginal ecology where the normal flora of lactobacillus morphotypes is replaced by a mixed microbial flora consisting of anaerobes and Gardneralla vaginalis, is considered to be the most common form of vaginal infection among women of reproductive age (1). Clinically, malodorous vaginal discharge, especially a fishy odour, is the most common symptom. Various studies have found the prevalence of BV to range from 15 to 30 per cent in non pregnant women and upto 50 per cent in pregnant women (2). Clinical studies have demonstrated an association of BV with adverse pregnancy outcomes, upper genital tract infections such as pelvic inflammatory disease, endometritis, post-gynaecologic surgery infections, cervicitis, urinary tract infections, cervical intraepithelial neoplasia, and increased risk of sexual acquisition of h

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Crystalline
Surface
Proteins
Enhanced
Edition
39 Crystalline Bacterial Cell Surface Proteins (Enhanced Edition) - Uwe B. Sleytr, Paul Messner, Dietmar Pum & Margit Sara
Auteur : Uwe B. Sleytr, Paul Messner, Dietmar Pum & Margit Sara
Genre : Biologie
Crystalline Bacterial Cell Surface Proteins assembles information on the understanding of the occurrence, structure, chemistry, genetics, assembly, function, and application potential of S-layers. The chapters are designed to stand independent of each other and provide a complete survey of the different topics in S-layer research. This book is intended to stimulate further development in basic and applied S-layer research.Assembles present-day understanding of S-layersProvides a detailed survey of the entire field of basic and applied S-layer researchPotential for broad application in biotechnology, vaccine development, diagnostics, molecular nanotechnology, and biomimetics

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Antibiotics
Resistance
40 Antibiotics and Bacterial Resistance - Wiley
Auteur : Wiley
Genre : Pharmacologie et toxicologie
The need for novel antibiotics is greater now than perhaps any time since the pre-antibiotic era. Indeed, the recent collapse of many pharmaceutical antibacterial groups, combined with the emergence of hypervirulent and pan-antibiotic-resistant bacteria has severely compromised infection treatment options and led to dramatic increases in the incidence and severity of bacterial infections.

This collection of reviews and laboratory protocols gives the reader an introduction to the causes of antibiotic resistance, the bacterial strains that pose the largest danger to humans (i.e., streptococci, pneumococci and enterococci) and the antimicrobial agents used to combat infections with these organisms. Some new avenues that are being investigated for antibiotic development are also discussed. Such developments include the discovery of agents that inhibit bacterial RNA degradation, th

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Pathogenesis
41 Bacterial Pathogenesis - Brenda A. Wilson, Malcolm Winkler & Brian T. Ho
Auteur : Brenda A. Wilson, Malcolm Winkler & Brian T. Ho
Genre : Médecine
This highly anticipated update of the acclaimed textbook draws on the latest research to give students the knowledge and tools to explore the mechanisms by which bacterial pathogens cause infections in humans and animals. Written in an approachable and engaging style, the book uses illustrative examples and thought-provoking exercises to inspire students with the potential excitement and fun of scientific discovery.

Completely revised and updated, and for the first time in stunning full-color, Bacterial Pathogenesis: A Molecular Approach, Fourth Edition, builds on the core principles and foundations of its predecessors while expanding into new concepts, key findings, and cutting-edge research, including new developments in the areas of the microbiome and CRISPR as well as the growing challenges of antimicrobial resistance. All-new detailed illustrations help students clearly u

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Division
42 Bacterial Growth and Division - Stephen Cooper
Auteur : Stephen Cooper
Genre : Science de la vie
How does a bacterial cell grow during the division cycle? This question is answered by the codeveloper of the Cooper-Helmstetter model of DNA replication. In a unique analysis of the bacterial division cycle, Cooper considers the major cell categories (cytoplasm, DNA, and cell surface) and presents a lucid description of bacterial growth during the division cycle.

The concepts of bacterial physiology from Ole Maaløe's Copenhagen school are presented throughout the book and are applied to such topics as the origin of variability, the pattern of DNA segregation, and the principles underlying growth transitions.

The results of research on E. coli are used to explain the division cycles of Caulobacter, Bacilli, Streptococci, and eukaryotes. Insightful reanalysis highlights significant similarities between these cells and E.coli.

With over 25 ye

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Physiology
Metabolism
43 Bacterial Physiology and Metabolism - Byung Hong Kim & Geoffrey Michael Gadd
Auteur : Byung Hong Kim & Geoffrey Michael Gadd
Genre : Science de la vie
Recent determination of genome sequences for a wide range of bacteria has made in-depth knowledge of prokaryotic metabolic function essential in order to give biochemical, physiological, and ecological meaning to the genomic information. Clearly describing the important metabolic processes that occur in prokaryotes under different conditions and in different environments, this advanced text provides an overview of the key cellular processes that determine bacterial roles in the environment, biotechnology, and human health. Prokaryotic structure is described as well as the means by which nutrients are transported into cells across membranes. Glucose metabolism through glycolysis and the TCA cycle are discussed, as well as other trophic variations found in prokaryotes, including the use of organic compounds, anaerobic fermentation, anaerobic respiratory processes, and photosynthesis. The r

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Biotechnology
Genetically
Engineered
Pathogens
Conventional
Biological
Warfare
Weapons
Virulence
Plasmids
Designer
Shuffling
Stealth
Bioweapons
44 Biotechnology: Genetically Engineered Pathogens - Conventional Biological Warfare, Binary Weapons, Bacterial Virulence Plasmids, Designer Genes and Life Forms, DNA Shuffling, Stealth Virus Bioweapons - Progressive Management
Auteur : Progressive Management
Genre : Militaire
This interesting report has been professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction. The developmental trends in biological sciences indicate there is a plethora of possibilities concerning the study of microorganisms and its applicability in creating the next biological warfare agent. Both historical and recent events show the potentially devastating effect of using biological warfare agents and the terror they cause among the populace. Even more alarming is that technological advancements in the field of biological sciences will transform biological warfare agents into a new classification of genetically engineered pathogens eliciting catastrophic consequences. Nations, groups, and individuals that have the resources, capabilities, and knowledge to develop this technology in the year 2035 will have the global arms race advantage.

Just as the twenti

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Microbiology
Studies
Parasitic
Diseases
45 Microbiology Case Studies: Bacterial and Parasitic Diseases of Skin and Wounds - Dr. Evelyn J. Biluk
Auteur : Dr. Evelyn J. Biluk
Genre : Médecine
This is a collection of case studies on bacterial and parasitic diseases of skin and wounds. Ideal for students taking an introductory course in microbiology that includes the study of diseases.

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Vaginal
Infection
Vaginosis
Immediately
Without
46 Cure Your Vaginal Yeast Infection and Bacterial Vaginosis Immediately Without Drugs - Eneri Nytsirk
Auteur : Eneri Nytsirk
Genre : Science et nature
Cure for vaginal yeast infection and bacterial vaginosis.

4,49 €

Natural
Antibiotics
Antivirals
Homemade
Remedies
Pathogens
Infections
Allergies
Prevent
Illness
47 Natural Antibiotics and Antivirals: Homemade Herbal Remedies that Kill Pathogens and Cure Bacterial Infections and Allergies. Prevent Illness, Cold and Flu - Martha James
Auteur : Martha James
Genre : Forme et santé
More often than once you have passed through a vegetable market and/or your own garden and seen these beautiful fresh vegetables, herbs or even weeds of varying colours, texture and shapes. Chances are you are looking at a powerful antiviral or antibiotic natural substance that could be the answer to an illness you might be suffering from. Bacteria and virus caused illnesses and diseases are sometimes hard to prevent and treat due to their rapid regeneration in the host’s cell. Severe cases of Bacterial and viral infections are bound to recur from time to time. This makes it expensive and annoying. Good news people! There may be a cheap, easy, homemade solution to your problem which you may not even know exists, nature’s own gift to mankind.

It is important to note that we are not ruling out conventional medicine hence we do not intent for the reader to disregard the docto

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Analysis
Factors
Predisposing
Acanthamoeba
Keratitis
48 Analysis of the Risk Factors Predisposing to Fungal, Bacterial & Acanthamoeba Keratitis in South India (Report) - Indian Journal of Medical Research
Auteur : Indian Journal of Medical Research
Genre : Science de la vie
Corneal diseases, especially infective keratitis, are a major cause of vision loss and blindness second only to cataract (1). A study from south India reported that the incidence of corneal infections in India is almost 10 times that reported in the United States (2). This is likely to be the case in other developing countries as well (3-5). Infective keratitis may be caused by bacteria, fungi, protozoa and virus, and the spectrum of microbial pathogens causing keratitis varies according to the geographical locations and climate (6-9). Infective keratitis rarely occur in normal eyes without any predisposing factors. The ocular surface is normally protected from microbial invasion through an intricate biochemical and anatomic relationship between the cornea, conjunctiva, lacrimal secretory apparatus and precorneal tear film, and the eye lids. Any disruption of the same may results in less

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Microarray
Detection
Characterization
Foodborne
Pathogens
49 Microarray Detection and Characterization of Bacterial Foodborne Pathogens - Guillermo López-Campos, Joaquín V. Martínez-Suárez, Mónica Aguado-Urda & Victoria López-Alonso
Auteur : Guillermo López-Campos, Joaquín V. Martínez-Suárez, Mónica Aguado-Urda & Victoria López-Alonso
Genre : Biologie
This is a review of recent advances on the use of DNA microarray for diagnosing foodborne pathogens. Rapid detection and characterization of foodborne pathogens is critical for food safety. Many relevant technologies have been intensively developed to date. DNA microarray technology offers a new way to food safety involving pathogen detection and characterization. DNA microarray can be used for detection and characterization of pathogens by analyzing hybridization patterns between capture probes and nucleic acids isolated from food samples or bacteria. It allows more rapid, accurate, and cost-effective detection of pathogens compared with traditional approaches of cultivation or immuno-assays. The application of DNA microarrays to different foodborne bacteria, such as Campylobacter, Salmonella, Listeria monocytogenes, or Shiga toxin producing Escherichia coli, will improve their rapid id

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Inflammasome
Signaling
Infections
50 Inflammasome Signaling and Bacterial Infections - Steffen Backert
Auteur : Steffen Backert
Genre : Médecine
This volume details our current understanding of the architecture and signaling capabilities of known canonical and non-canonical inflammasome complexes and highlights their action, in particular in response to infection with important bacterial model organisms and the corresponding disease pathologies. The first chapters review new insights into the assembly and structures of inflammasome components and emphasize general strategies of up- and downstream signaling events. In addition, the authors specifically discuss the composition and activity of inflammasomes during infection with various gut pathogens (Salmonella, Shigella, Yersinia, Listeria and Helicobacter), respiratory pathogens (Mycobacterium, Legionella, Burkholderia and Streptococcus) as well as skin and soft tissue pathogens (Francisella and Staphylococc

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