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Yersinia; systems biology and control.


Yersinia; systems biology and control.

Ed. by Elisabeth Carniel and B. Joseph Hinnebusch.

Caister Academic Press


245 pages




Microbiologists, infectious disease specialists, pathologists, and other medical researchers draw on principles and techniques of systems biology to study Yersinia pestis, the bacteria that causes the bubonic plague, and other members of the genus Yersinia. Their topics include transcriptional profiling of the Y. pestis life cycle, proteome analysis and the mammalian host response to infection, plague treatment and resistance to antimicrobial agents, live vaccines against plague and pseudotuberculosis, and the surveillance and control of enteric yersinioses. Distributed in the US by ISBS.

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