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This timely reference provides comprehensive coverage of the most recent advances in diagnostic bacteriology-emphasizing the detection, pathogenesis, epidemiology, immunology, and therapeutics for bacterial infections as well as emerging areas of infection, including gastric helicobacters, bartonellosis, and borreliosis. Organized by specific microbes for quick referral to the infections' features, clinical presentation, and current treatment! With contributions from nearly 50 international experts in the field, Laboratory Diagnosis of Bacterial Infections discusses · new techniques in molecular diagnostics and molecular epidemiology · the structure, function, and management of a quality laboratory · globalization and the transmission of infection · emerging infections · future trends in genotyping · and more! Offering a compendium of over 4200 contemporary references, Laboratory Diagnosis of Bacterial Infections is an invaluable resource for infectious disease physicians, clinical microbiologists, bacteriologists, pathologists, bacteriology technologists, and medical students in these disciplines.
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