Salmonella Infections: Clinical, Immunological and Molecular Aspects
By Duncan Maskell
Edition: 1st., 2006
Salmonella enterica encompasses a diverse range of bacteria that cause a spectrum of diseases in many hosts. However, advancements in the prevention and treatment of its infections have been hampered by limited research efforts and lack of multidisciplinary approaches. This book covers a diverse range of relevant topics, including epidemiological and clinical aspects, molecular pathogenesis, and immunity to disease and vaccines. The book's up-to-date information on key aspects of salmonellosis in humans and animals, will interest graduate students and researchers, as well as clinicians.