By Brenda A. Wilson
*Appears Retail*Discover the innovations bacterial pathogens use to outlive and multiply.
Focuses on middle rules according to the transforming into realizing of the underlying similarities between pathogens and their mechanisms of motion, and is a advised textual content for one-semester microbiology courses.
Presents the newest learn to aid scholars discover the mechanisms wherein bacterial pathogens reason infections in people and animals.
Includes new insurance of key findings at the mechanisms of bacterial secretion, pollutants, and legislation.
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This physician managed to contaminate heart valve implants in a number of patients with S. epidermidis before he was identified as the source of the outbreak. S. epidermidis is commonly found as part of the resident microbiota of the skin, where it is not normally pathogenic, but it can cause infections if introduced into the body through wounds. Infections of heart valve implants usually cannot be treated effectively with a simple course of antibiotics, not only because of the high resistance level of S.
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Bacterial Pathogenesis: a Molecular Approach by Brenda A. Wilson