Recommended Microbiology and Molecular Biology Books
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Lyme Disease and Relapsing Fever Spirochetes: Genomics, Molecular Biology, Host Interactions and Disease Pathogenesis
Edited by: Justin D. Radolf and D. Scott Samuels
Indispensable for anyone involved in Borrelia and Lyme disease research and is highly recommended for microbiologists, immunologists, and physicians with an interest in spirochetes, vector-borne illness, or emerging infectious diseases.
Edited by: Laurel J. Gershwin and Amelia R. Woolums
This concise book captures the essence of current and future shifts in vaccine development research that will likely transform our understanding of methods to stimulate specific and protective immune responses to infectious diseases.
Edited by: Jürgen Marxsen
Climate change is continuing unabated and this new, expanded edition contains revised and updated chapters and the addition of four new chapters covering more of the topical fields in this important area of climate science. This is an essential book for every microbial ecologist.
Edited by: Ekaterina E. Heldwein and Gregory A. Smith
This timely book is essential reading for everyone working on neuroinvasive alphaherpesviruses.
Edited by: Jacob Moran-Gilad and Rachel E. Gibbs
This volume covers the epidemiology and ecology of Legionella, diagnosis and treatment of legionellosis and presents reviews of current and emerging concepts and new advances in Legionella research.
Edited by: Aidan Coffey and Colin Buttimer
Internationally-recognised scientists describe the exploitation of bacterial viruses in diverse areas including applications for biocontrol of undesirable bacteria in human and veterinary medicine, horticulture, aquaculture and food.
Edited by: Arindam Mitra
"for graduate students and researchers" (Ringgold)
Edited by: André Antunes
an up-to-date insight into current topics and research work ... a very good introduction to interested readers (BioSpektrum); "recent theoretical and experimental results" (Ringgold)
Edited by: Ming Tan, Johannes H. Hegemann and Christine Sütterlin
"The book as a whole is recommended to research students, doctoral students and scientists" (Biospektrum); "a current and comprehensive summary of Chlamydia research" (Doodys); "a broad reference on the bacterial pathogen Chlamydia and the human and animal disease it causes" (Ringgold)
Edited by: Eugenia Corrales-Aguilar and Martin Schwemmle
"highly recommended" (Southeastern Naturalist)
Edited by: Van G. Wilson
"a comprehensive, in-depth resource ... intensive and technically detailed descriptions of the latest advances ... densely packed with information ... a valuable reference for any laboratory group working in this field" (Doodys)
Edited by: Siba K. Samal
"a nice introduction to avian virology" (Doodys); "this book is a must-have for anyone whose daily activities require detailed knowledge of the biology, pathogenesis, immune response, prevention, and control of avian viruses" (JAVMA)
Edited by: Özlem Ateş Duru
"of immense value for PhD students, postdoctorate students, microbiologists, and experienced scientists" (Doodys)
Author: Mark A. Behlke, Kornelia Berghof-Jäger, Tom Brown, et al.
This indispensable manual is a compilation of review articles written by experts in the field of PCR technology.
Edited by: Yuqing Li and Xuedong Zhou
Essential reading for everyone working with streptococci from the PhD student to the experienced scientist.
Edited by: Bryony C. Bonning
"essential reading for students and scholars of insect virology" (Biotechnol. Agron. Soc. Environ.); "I would recommend it to all researchers and students interested in insect viruses and advanced biotechnological applications" (Q. Rev. Biol.)
Edited by: Ludmila Chistoserdova
"highlights the diversity of methylotrophs, their functions, and their potential applications and will be of interest to many" (SIMB News)
Edited by: Akikazu Sakudo and Takashi Onodera
"well written and comprehensive, and any research scientist who studies prion diseases should have this book in their reference library" (JAVMA)
Edited by: Takashi Matsumoto and Yoshio Yamaoka,
"I would recommend this book" (Gut Microbes); "a very interesting book ... well written ... effective illustrations ... extensive reference list" (SIMB News)
Edited by: Diana Marco
"easy to read ... applicable to teaching faculty as well as advanced undergraduate students, graduate students, and researchers" (SIMB News); "concise and well written" (Quarterly Rev. Biol.)
- Lyme Disease and Relapsing Fever Spirochetes
- Veterinary Vaccines
- Climate Change and Microbial Ecology
- Legionellosis Diagnosis and Control in the Genomic Era
- Bacterial Viruses
- Microbial Biofilms
- Chlamydia Biology
- Bats and Viruses
- SUMOylation and Ubiquitination
- Avian Virology
- Microbial Exopolysaccharides
- Polymerase Chain Reaction
- Pathogenic Streptococci
- Insect Molecular Virology
- Methylotrophs and Methylotroph Communities
- Microbial Ecology
- Porcine Viruses
- Lactobacillus Genomics and Metabolic Engineering
- Viruses of Microorganisms
- Protozoan Parasitism
- Genes, Genetics and Transgenics for Virus Resistance in Plants
- Plant-Microbe Interactions in the Rhizosphere
- DNA Tumour Viruses
- Pathogenic Escherichia coli
- Postgraduate Handbook