2006 BooksOur high level microbiology and molecular biology books bring together expert international authors under the skilled editorship of leading scientists to produce state-of-the-art compendiums of current research. Aimed at the research scientist, graduate student, medical reseacher and other professionals, these books are highly recommended for all microbiology and molecular biology libraries.
Edited by: R. M. Sandri-Goldin Published: 2006
Book: 978-1-904455-09-7. Ebook: 978-1-913652-28-9
"an excellent compilation " (Antivir. Chem. Chemother.) read more ...
Full information at Alpha Herpesviruses.
Edited by: Justin D. Radolf and Sheila A. Lukehart Published: 2006
Book: 978-1-904455-10-3. Ebook: 978-1-913652-37-1
The first comprehensive review of treponemal research to be published in more than twenty years. Written by leading experts in the field read more ...
Full information at Pathogenic Treponema.
Author: Michael L. Altshuler Published: 2006
Book: 978-1-904455-07-3. Ebook: 978-1-904455-08-0
A unique PCR troubleshooting guide that is an essential companion for anyone who uses the polymerase chain reaction technique read more ...
Full information at PCR Troubleshooting.
Edited by: Yoshihiro Kawaoka Published: 2006
Book: 978-1-904455-06-6. Ebook: 978-1-913652-31-9
"I recommend it for all virologists and public health scientists" (ASM Microbe); "one of the best books currently available on Influenza virus research" (Google Books) read more ...
Full information at Influenza Virology.
Edited by: M. Saveria Campo Published: 2006
Book: 978-1-904455-04-2. Ebook: 978-1-913652-34-0
Reviews current aspects of research providing a fascinating insight into papillomavirus molecular biology, interactions with the host, immunology and vaccine development read more ...
Full information at Papillomavirus Research.
Edited by: Matthias J. Reddehase Published: 2006
Book: 978-1-904455-02-8. Ebook: 978-1-913652-38-8
Leading international experts provide comprehensive and authoritative reviews on every aspect of current research read more ...
Full information at Cytomegaloviruses.