Oral Microbiology and Immunology (häftad)
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3 New edition
American Society for Microbiology
Lamont, Richard J. (ed.), Hajishengallis, George N. (ed.), Koo, Hyun (Michel) (ed.)
4 Illustrations, color
273 x 215 x 20 mm
1247 g
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Oral Microbiology and Immunology (häftad)

Oral Microbiology and Immunology

Häftad Engelska, 2019-04-01
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The field of oral microbiology has seen fundamental conceptual changes in recent years. Microbial communities are now seen as the fundamental etiological agent in oral diseases through their interface with host inflammatory responses. Study of structured microbial communities has increased our understanding of the roles of each member in the pathogenesis of oral diseases, principles that apply to both periodontitis and dental caries. Against this backdrop, the third edition of Oral Microbiology and Immunology has been substantially expanded and rewritten by an international team of authors and editors. Graduate students, researchers, and clinicians as well as students will find this new edition valuable in study and practice.
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"The textbook is a great resource for undergraduate and graduate dental students, dental educators, and researchers alike. It builds upon principles of general microbiology and immunology and, through the scope of the oral cavity as a specialized niche of the human body, delves into the concepts of oral microbiology and oral immunology. These are further applied to provide a thorough understanding of the etiopathogenesis of oral microbial diseases, using both classical and contemporary literature. The textbook efficiently integrates research findings into education, for the establishment of knowledge." Georgios Belibasakis, DDS, MSc, PhD, FHEA, Professor of Clinical Oral Infection Biology, Karolinska Institutet "Oral Microbiology and Immunology has been a valuable resource for instructors in oral health for years. The third edition is thoroughly updated with current technologies and research, from new findings on pathogenic organisms and oral diseases to practical safety approaches. I highly recommend the textbook to students, teachers and scientists involved in oral microbiology and immunology. " Salomon Amar, DDS, PhD, Professor of Pharmacology and Microbiology and Immunology, New York Medical College, Valhalla

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1. Introduction 1. About the meanings of the Word "transmission" in natural sciences. Fernando Navarro, Joaquin Villalba, Francisco Cortes 2. The Basic Process of Transmission 2. Transmission, Introgression, Spinning, and Evolution Fernando Baquero 3. Genetic transmission from bacteria-to-bacteria Fernando de la Cruz 4. Basic processes in bacteria-host-interactions: within host evolution and the transmission of the virulent genotype Wolf-Dietrich Hardt 5. The extracelular-intracellular transition and the transmission of Salmonella Francisco Garcia del Portillo 6. Drivers of plasmid mediated transmission of resistance: what we think we know! Tim Walsh 7. Transmission of high-risk bacterial clones Teresa M. Coque 8. Antimicrobial Selection and Transmission Dan A. Andersson 3. The Scenarios of Transmission 9. Ecology and evolution of chromosomal gene transfer between environmental microorganisms and pathogens Jose Luis Martinez 10. Animal-to-human bacterial transmission Bruno Gonzalez-Zorn 11. Food-to-humans bacterial transmission Luisa Peixe, Patricia Antunes, Carla Novais 12. Transmission from hosts to the environment Elizabeth Wellington 13. Sewage-to-water and food bacterial transmission Kornellia Smalla 14. Inter-hospital transmission of bacterial pathogens: biogeographical surveillance Hajo Grundmann 15. Microbial transmission in wild life Peter Daszak 4. Patient-to-Patient Transmission 16. Hospital vehicles for transmission: who and what to blame? Andreas F. Widmer 17. Transmission of antibiotic resistance: from outbreaks to endemicity Rafael Canton 18. Fecal transplantation: when transmission is healthy. The case of Clostridium difficile infection Mark Wilcox. 19. Biology of hands transmission of microorganisms Rosa del Campo 20. Transmission surveillance in the Health System Johann Pitout 21. The evolution of genotyping strategies to detect, analyze and control tuberculosis transmission Dario Garcia de Viedma 22. The environment as a vehicle of fungal disease transmission in hospitals: the Aspergillus and Candida models Jesus V. Guinea 23. Breaking transmission with vaccines: the case of tuberculosis Carlos Martin 24. Transmission, human population, and pathogenicity: the EBOLA case-in-point Rafael Delgado 5. Experimental and Theoretical Modes of Transmission 25. Infectious transmission and the evolution and epidemiology of antibiotic resistance Bruce Levin 26. Approaches to quantify and analyze microbial transmission Mark Woolhouse 27. Experimental epidemiology of antibiotic resistance: looking for an appropriate animal model system Amparo Latorre 28. The units of biodiversity and the units of transmission Frederick M. Cohan 29. Tracking the rules of transmission and introgression with networks Eric Bapteste 30. New tools for characterizing transmission in complex populations Willem van Shaik