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Campylobacter Ecology and Evolution

Campylobacter Ecology and Evolution

Members of the genus Campylobacter are commonly found in the gastrointestinal tract of mammals and birds, and can be commensal or pathogenic in nature. For example, Campylobacter jejuni can be a harmless commensal organism in poultry and other avian and animal hosts but in humans, it is pathogenic and the most common cause of bacterial gastroenteritis worldwide.

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£159.00

9781908230362

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Campylobacter Ecology and Evolution
Publisher: Caister Academic Press
Editor: Samuel K. Sheppard; Associate editor: Dr Guillaume Méric  Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, Swansea University, Swansea, UK
Publication date: April 2014
ISBN: 978-1-908230-36-2
Price: GB £159 (hardback)
Pages: c. 360

 In recent years, the application of DNA sequencing and 'omics' technologies to large numbers of isolates has allowed Campylobacter research to advance rapidly revealing fascinating new insights into the cellular biology and evolution of this highly variable group of bacteria.

In this book, internationally recognised experts critically review and provide novel insights into important aspects Campylobacter research. The book is divided into four sections: Mechanisms of evolution; Adaptations to host colonisation; Molecular epidemiology; and Ecology in poultry. The topics covered range from the mechanisms of evolution through the processes of host colonisation and within host adaptation, and epidemiology to considerations of their broader biochemical and ecological properties. An important resource summarising our current knowledge of Campylobacter ecology and evolution, this book is essential reading for all researchers working with Campylobacterand related organisms.

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