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by Brenda A. Wilson

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ISBN:
1555814182
Author:
Brenda A. Wilson
Category:
Medicine
Language:
English
Publisher:
ASM Press; 3 edition (December 6, 2010)
Pages:
540 pages
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This book covers quite a variety of topics related to the molecular and general mechanisms of bacterial pathogenesis as well as host responses

This book covers quite a variety of topics related to the molecular and general mechanisms of bacterial pathogenesis as well as host responses. It is probably not the best book for those who are solely interested in clinical bacteriology as it does not go into much detail on this subject. The figures and tables generally seem to be concise, easy to understand, and clearly captioned.

Bacterial Pathogenesis: A Molecular Approach. 542 Pages · 2010 · 2. 5 MB · 1,691 Downloads ·English. There have been many changes in medicinal chemistry and molecular As with the first and second Medicinal Chemis. by Brenda A. Wilson & Abigail A. Salyers & Dixie D. Whitt & Malcolm E. Winkler. I cannot do all the good that the world needs, but the world needs all the good that I can do. ― Jana Stanfield.

Category: Bacterial Pathogenesis; Best-Selling Textbook. Illustrates molecular mechanisms of pathogenesis with clear diagrams. Print ISBN : 9781555814182. e-ISBN : 9781555816162. DOI: 1. 128/9781555816162. Defines key terms in a detailed glossary. Explains the historical development of important findings. BA Wilson, AA Salyers, DD Whitt, ME Winkler. Bacterial pathogenesis: a molecular approach. Active-site mutations of diphtheria toxin: effects of replacing glutamic acid-148 with aspartic acid, glutamine, or serine. BA Wilson, KA Reich, BR Weinstein, RJ Collier. Biochemistry 29 (37), 8643-8651, 1990.

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Bacterial pathogenesis : a molecular approach. ty Bacterial Infections/etiology Bacterial n & control Host-Parasite Interactions Virulence. Author(s): Wilson, Brenda A. Salyers, Abigail A. Bacterial pathogenesis. Title(s): Bacterial pathogenesis : a molecular approach, Brenda A. Wilson. Notes: Rev. ed. of: Bacterial pathogenesis : a molecular approach, Abigail A. Salyers and Dixie D. Whitt. Includes bibliographical references and index.

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  • sobolica
I was encouraged to purchase for a graduate level course I am taking in bacterial pathogenesis. I think that is an excellent supplement to the course, especially considering that it is quite inexpensive when compared to all of the other graduate text books I have had to purchase. This is definitely my favorite text book for this semester because while it gives a lot of technical information, it is written in such a way as to make it relevant, clear, and generally easy to read. The authors really seemed to try and make this book as interesting as possible, which I really appreciate. It is so much easier to learn from a book that you enjoy reading, which is something that most text book writers don't seem to realize.

This book covers quite a variety of topics related to the molecular and general mechanisms of bacterial pathogenesis as well as host responses. It is probably not the best book for those who are solely interested in clinical bacteriology as it does not go into much detail on this subject. The figures and tables generally seem to be concise, easy to understand, and clearly captioned. Every chapter also includes boxes that contain interesting real world stories related to the chapter topic. Some of these stories are about more historic events and some are about fairly recent developments in the field.

If you are taking a course that recommends this book I would encourage you to get it. There are also earlier editions of this book out there, but I have not looked at any of them so I really can't say anything as to how they compare to the third edition.
  • Elildelm
This might sound strange but I actually love this textbook. I've read many a textbooks now that I'm a microbiology senior and this is one of the most helpful and clear textbooks that I've ever come across. There is a good balance between real-life examples and through, clear explanations of mechanisms and theories behind bacterial processes. The diagrams are helpful and the overall language is not convoluted and heavy like in many other books. There are additional text boxes that explain real-life scenarios that help keep the material interesting and relate-able.
  • Adrietius
I'm using this book for a graduate level class and I love it. It is clear and concise but also funny!
  • Mitynarit
Really enjoy this book. I purchased this to supplement an undergraduate micro class and find this an easy, interesting read.
  • Slowly writer
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  • Malogamand
I absolutely loved this book in my microbial pathogenesis course. It explained things very well while keeping the text interesting. We didn't get to cover chapters 13-17, but I liked the book so much, I plan on reading it over the summer.
  • Gholbimand
Great book. Very insightful prospective on the bacterial modes of pathogenesis in various forms of life from plant to animals. It was required for a class
Great book!