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by Richard J. Lamont

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ISBN:
0521809541
Author:
Richard J. Lamont
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (March 29, 2004)
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344 pages
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Start by marking Bacterial Invasion of Host Cells. This book concerns the intimate association between bacteria and host cells. Many bacterial pathogens are able to invade and survive within cells at mucosal membranes. Advances in Molecular and Cellular Microbiology, Volume 5 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Remarkably, the bacteria themselves orchestrate this process through the exploitation of host cellular signal transduction pathways. Intracellular invasion can lead to disruption of host tissue integrity and This book concerns the intimate association between bacteria and host cells.

Cellular microbiology is revealing how pathogenic bacteria interact with host cells in what is turning out to be a complex evolutionary battle of competing gene products. As part of this revolution in molecular biology, the genomes of a growing number of pathogenic and model bacteria have been fully sequenced, with immense implications for our future understanding of microorganisms at the molecular level. Advances in Molecular and Cellular Microbiology.

ISBN 0-521-80954-1 1. Microbial invasiveness. 2. Host-bacteria relationships. 3. Molecular microbiology. I. Lamont, Richard J. 1961– II. Series.

An emerging theme in molecular and cellular microbiology has been the ability of many pathogens to usurp the host cell and eventually colonize the host. This interaction between bacteria and host is not unidirectional - both pathogens and host cells engage in a signalling cross-talk.

by Richard J. Lamont. Published March 29, 2004 by Cambridge University Press.

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Intracellular invasion can lead to disruption of host tissue integrity and perturbation of the immune system. An understanding of the molecular basis of bacterial invasion and of host cell adaptation to intracellular bacteria will provide fundamental insights into the pathophysiology of bacteria and the cell biology of the host.

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Understanding bacterial adherence to host cells/tissues is therefore . If you want a book that will provide a molecular approach to bacterial adhesion, this is an excellent starting point

The bacterial structures responsible for adhesion and the molecular mechanisms involved are described. Series: Advances in Molecular and Cellular Microbiology (Book 1). Hardcover: 344 pages. If you want a book that will provide a molecular approach to bacterial adhesion, this is an excellent starting point. While a few chapters are too limited in their applicablity to the overall solution of this issue, the rest more than make up for these minor shortfalls.

Understanding the molecular basis of bacterial invasion and of host cell adaptation to intracellular bacteria will provide fundamental insights into the pathophysiology of bacteria and the cell biology of the host. This book details specific examples of bacteria that are masters of manipulation of eukaryotic cell signaling and relates these events to the broader context of host-pathogen interaction. Written by experts in the field, it will be of interest to researchers and graduate students in microbiology, immunology, and biochemistry, as well as in molecular medicine and dentistry.