By David G. Russell
Microbes as instruments for cellphone Biology bridges the distance among telephone biology and microbiology. This laboratory consultant presents a microbial software equipment for biologists who desire to use microbes as probes for easy mobile services. the quantity is prepared into 3 sections, protecting crucial info on tradition and genetic manipulation of microbes, assays for pathogen-host popularity, and research of intracellular parasitism. every one bankruptcy outlines sensible systems and describes the explanation at the back of their improvement. This quantity may still turn out helpful to a person attracted to the biology of infectious brokers, or their exploitation as a brand new new release of phone organic reagents. Key positive factors* creation by means of well known microbiologist Dr. Stanley Falkow* Covers manipulation of pathogens, specially new release and choice of non-virulent phenotypes* courses researchers within the research of intracellular pathogenesis* Describes microbial adherence and phagocytosis assays* makes a speciality of protein trafficking in contaminated cells* Well-illustrated with colour plates, halftones, and diagrams
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