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    Molecular Detection of Human Bacterial Pathogens
    by: Dongyou Liu

    year: 2011
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    As more original molecular protocols and subsequent modifications are described in the literature, it has become difficult for those not directly involved in the development of these protocols to know which are most appropriate to adopt for accurate identification of bacterial pathogens. Molecular Detection of Human Bacterial Pathogens addresses this issue, with international scientists in respective bacterial pathogen research and diagnosis providing expert summaries on current diagnostic approaches for major human bacterial pathogens. Each chapter consists of a brief review on the classification, epidemiology, clinical features, and diagnosis of an important pathogenic bacterial genus, an outline of clinical sample collection and preparation procedures, a selection of representative stepwise molecular protocols, and a discussion on further research requirements relating to improved diagnosis. This book represents a reliable and convenient reference on molecular detection and identification of major human bacterial pathogens; an indispensable tool for upcoming and experienced medical, veterinary, and industrial laboratory scientists engaged in bacterial characterization; and an essential textbook for undergraduate and graduate students in microbiology.
    Chapter 1: Introductory Remarks
    Chapter 2: Actinomadura
    Chapter 3: Actinomyces
    Chapter 4: Atopobium
    Chapter 5: Bifidobacterium
    Chapter 6: Corynebacterium
    Chapter 7: Cryptobacterium
    Chapter 8: Gardnerella
    Chapter 9: Gordonia
    Chapter 10: Micrococcus and Kocuria
    Chapter 11: Mycobacterium
    Chapter 12: Nocardia
    Chapter 13: Propionibacterium
    Chapter 14: Rhodococcus
    Chapter 15: Saccharopolyspora
    Chapter 16: Streptomyces
    Chapter 17: Tropheryma
    Chapter 18: Tsukamurella
    Chapter 19: Abiotrophia
    Chapter 20: Aerococcus
    Chapter 21: Bacillus
    Chapter 22: Enterococcus
    Chapter 23: Granulicatella
    Chapter 24: Lactobacillus
    Chapter 25: Leuconostoc
    Chapter 26: Listeria
    Chapter 27: Paenibacillus
    Chapter 28: Staphylococcus
    Chapter 29: Streptococcus
    Chapter 30: Acidaminococcus
    Chapter 31: Anaerococcus, Parvimonas, and Peptoniphilus
    Chapter 32: Catabacter
    Chapter 33: Clostridium
    Chapter 34: Dialister
    Chapter 35: Eubacterium
    Chapter 36: Finegoldia
    Chapter 37: Mogibacterium
    Chapter 38: Peptostreptococcus
    Chapter 39: Tannerella
    Chapter 40: Veillonella
    Chapter 41: Mycoplasma
    Chapter 42: Ureaplasma
    Chapter 43: Bacteroides
    Chapter 44: Capnocytophaga
    Chapter 45: Chlamydia
    Chapter 46: Chlamydophila
    Chapter 47: Elizabethkingia, Chryseobacterium, and Bergeyella
    Chapter 48: Fusobacterium
    Chapter 49: Leptotrichia and Leptotrichia-Like Organisms
    Chapter 50: Porphyromonas
    Chapter 51: Prevotella
    Chapter 52: Anaplasma
    Chapter 53: Bartonella
    Chapter 54: Brucella
    Chapter 55: Ehrlichia
    Chapter 56: Ochrobactrum
    Chapter 57: Orientia
    Chapter 58: Rickettsia
    Chapter 59: Achromobacter
    Chapter 60: Bordetella
    Chapter 61: Burkholderia
    Chapter 62: Eikenella
    Chapter 63: Kingella
    Chapter 64: Laribacter
    Chapter 65: Neisseria
    Chapter 66: Ralstonia
    Chapter 67: Acinetobacter
    Chapter 68: Aeromonas
    Chapter 69: Aggregatibacter
    Chapter 70: Cardiobacterium
    Chapter 71: Cedecea
    Chapter 72: Citrobacter
    Chapter 73: Coxiella
    Chapter 74: Enterobacter
    Chapter 75: Escherichia
    Chapter 76: Francisella tularensis
    Chapter 77: Haemophilus
    Chapter 78: Klebsiella
    Chapter 79: Legionella
    Chapter 80: Moraxella
    Chapter 81: Pasteurella
    Chapter 82: Photobacterium
    Chapter 83: Plesiomonas
    Chapter 84: Proteus
    Chapter 85: Providencia
    Chapter 86: Pseudomonas
    Chapter 87: Salmonella
    Chapter 88: Serratia
    Chapter 89: Shigella
    Chapter 90: Stenotrophomonas
    Chapter 91: Vibrio
    Chapter 92: Yersinia
    Chapter 93: Arcobacter
    Chapter 94: Campylobacter
    Chapter 95: Helicobacter
    Chapter 96: Borrelia
    Chapter 97: Leptospira
    Chapter 98: Treponema
    Chapter 99: Pan-Bacterial Detection of Sepsis-Causative Pathogens
    Chapter 100: Metagenomic Approaches for Bacterial Detection and Identification
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