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The emergence and reemergence of infectious diseases, an increasing rate of antibiotic-resistant variants of pathogens, and the threat of bioterrorism underscore the importance of bacterial genomes and infectious diseases. Bacterial Genomes and Infectious Diseases presents major findings about bacterial genomes and their impact on strategy and approach for investigating mechanisms of pathogenesis of infectious diseases. This book imparts fundamental knowledge on the structure, organization, and evolution of bacterial genomes. The value and power of comparative genomics and proteomics, bioinformatics, microarrays, and knockout animal models in analyzing genomes, bacteria-host interactions and disease are demonstrated. Also discussed are the genomes of virulent and nonvirulent strains and species, origin and evolution of pathogens, different models of bacteria-host interactions, and diseases mechanisms.On the forefront of critical research, Bacterial Genomes and Infectious Diseases provides valuable reading for infectious disease specialists, medical microbiologists, clinician scientists, and undergraduate and graduate students in microbiology, pathobiology, and genetics.
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V. S. Chandralekha (born 25 July 1947) is an Indian civil servant and politician who was the President of the Tamil Nadu state unit of the Janata Party, which merged into Bharatiya Janata Party on the 11 of August 2013. M.G.
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