Books for Pathologists
Microbiology / Infectious disease
Revised: 14 April 2014
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Adley: Food-Borne Pathogens
By Catherine Adley
2006 (1st ed), 280 pages, $139 list
A collection of readily reproducible classic and emerging molecular methods for the laboratory isolation and identification of the pathogens, viruses, and parasites that cause food-borne disease. Among the pathogens covered are specific bacteria, including Salmonella spp, Campylobacter spp., Listeria spp., and Bacillus spp.; viruses, including noroviruses and enteroviruses; and parasites, including Cryptosporidium and seafood nematode worms. The protocols follow the successful Methods in Biotechnology™ series format, each offering step-by-step laboratory instructions, an introduction outlining the principles behind the technique, lists of the necessary equipment and reagents, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls.
Ahmad: New Strategies Combating Bacterial Infection
By Iqbal Ahmad
2008 (1st ed), 322 pages, $175 list
Written by an experienced international team of researchers from various fields ranging from biotechnology to traditional medicine, the book provides complete and comprehensive coverage of topics relevant to new antibacterial drugs. This ready reference and handbook adopts a novel approach, focusing on combating multi-drug resistance in bacteria by developing antibacterials with new target sites, using new advances in drug discovery as well as natural products.
Ahsan: Polyomaviruses and Human Diseases
By Hasimul Ahsan
2006 (1st ed), 387 pages, 79 illus, $169 list
This book explains the means of diagnosis and treatment of polyomavirus and contains an ample outline of the history, pathology, symptoms, and treatment of diseases induced by human polyomavirus.
Bartlett: Johns Hopkins ABX Guide 2012
By John Bartlett
2011 (3rd ed), 904 pages, $30 list
Jones & Bartlett Learning Is The Official Print And Mobile Provider Of The Johns Hopkins POC-IT Center ABX Guide. Thoroughly Revised And Updated For 2012, The Johns Hopkins ABX Guide, Third Edition Continues To Provide Current, Authoritative And Comprehensive Information On Anti-Microbial Agents, Infectious Disease And Commonly Encountered Pathogens, In One Portable Volume. Written By Experts At The World-Renowned Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine, This Must-Have Resource Features Expert Recommendations, Clinical And Diagnostic Decision-Making Tools, And Drug-To-Drug Interactions. Concise, Thorough, And Current, The Johns Hopkins ABX Guide, Second Edition Is Designed For Quick Reference And Comprehension. Information Is Featured In An Easy-To-Access Format That Facilitates Rapid Application Of Knowledge At The Point Of Care.
Bonomo: Enzyme-mediated Resistance to Antibiotics: Mechanisms, Dissemination, and Prospects for Inhibition
By Robert A Bonomo and Marcelo E Tolmasky
2007 (1st ed), 360 pages, $130 list
This comprehensive volume will find a wide audience in researchers working in bacterial pathogenesis, enzymology, molecular microbiology, and antibiotic development. It will be indispensable for clinical research laboratories, hospitals, medical schools, and applied and pharmaceutical research laboratories.
Bottone: An Atlas of the Clinical Microbiology of Infectious Diseases
By Edward Bottone
2006 (1st ed), 256 pages, $230 list
An Atlas of the Clinical Microbiology of Infectious Diseases, Volume Two: Viral, Fungal, and Parasitic Agents is the second of a series and partner to Volume One, which deals with Microbiological and Clinical Attributes. Filled with highly instructional visual images, this atlas covers typical and atypical presentations of viral, fungal and parasitic agents and offers insightful comments aiding their identification and clinical significance. Drawing on the expertise of a distinguished clinical microbiologist, it presents more than 240 colored photomicrographs derived from an extensive personal collection of slides depicting the salient and unusual presentations of microorganisms.
Brogden: Virulence Mechanisms of Bacterial Pathogens
By Kim A Brogden, F Chris Minion, Nancy Cornick, Thaddeus B Stanton, Qijing Zhang, Lisa K Nolan and Michael J Wannemuehler
2007 (4th ed), 378 pages, $120 list
Bacterial diseases remain a critical issue in public health despite the advent of antibiotics, and the problem presents a rich field for genetic and molecular biology applications. The fourth edition of Virulence Mechanisms of Bacterial Pathogens presents entirely new material on this issue in a ground-breaking overview of the latest knowledge.
Budowle: Microbial Forensics
By Edward Budowle
2010 (2nd ed), 744 pages, $106 list
Microbial Forensics is a rapidly evolving scientific discipline. In the last decade, and particularly due to the anthrax letter attacks in the United States, microbial forensics has become more formalized and has played an increasingly greater role in crime investigations. This has brought renewed interest, development and application of new technologies, and new rules of forensic and policy engagement. It has many applications ranging from biodefense, criminal investigations, providing intelligence information, making society more secure, and helping protect precious resources, particularly human life. A combination of diverse areas is investigated, including the major disciplines of biology, microbiology, medicine, chemistry, physics, statistics, population genetics, and computer science.
Cann: Principles of Molecular Virology
By Alan Cann
2011 (5th ed), 320 pages, $31 list
The fifth edition of the highly successful Principles of Molecular Virology takes on a molecular approach to the explanation of virology, presenting basic in a clear, concise and student-friendly manner. This fully updated undergraduate text explores and explains the fundamental aspects of virology, including structure of virus particles and genome, replication, gene expression, infection, pathogenesis and subviral agents. A website with self-assessment questions and other resources aids in student understanding.
Chan: Bacterial Genomes And Infectious Diseases
By V L Ricky Chan, Philip M Sherman and Billy Bourke
2006 (1st ed), 350 pages, $135 list
Focuses on major general findings about bacterial genomes and their impact on strategy. An approach for investigating mechanisms of pathogenesis, prevention and treatment of infectious diseases is discussed. Later chapters focus on the value and power of genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics as applied to various specific bacterial pathogens.
Cianciotto: Legionella: State of the Art 30 Years After Recognition
By Nicholas P Cianciotto, Yousef Abu Kwaik, Paul H Edelstein, Barry S Fields, David F Geary, Timothy G Harrison, Carol Joseph, Rodney M Ratcliff, Janet E Stout and Michele S Swanson
2006 (2Rev ed), 600 pages, $160 list
Legionella: State of the Art 30 Years after Its Recognition is a comprehensive reference source, offering 131 chapters that are divided into four general subject areas for easy use. The four sections cover clinical and diagnostic information, epidemiology, basic microbiology and pathogenesis, and environmental detection and control.
By Patrice Courvalin
2009 (2nd ed), 900 pages, $230 list
Antibiogram is the first English edition of the original French work published in 1985. The book is comprised of four sections: the antibiogram principles and methods, the antibiogram of the principal bacterial groups, technical specifications for antibiotics case studies, and appendixes and definitions. With contributions made by more than fifty authors, this new volume is intended primarily for bacteriologists and biologists working in laboratory settings, for infectious disease specialists, for researchers in the pharmaceutical industry, and also for students.
Crossley: Staphylococci in Human Disease
By Kent Crossley
2009 (1st ed), 640 pages, $300 list
The first section addresses the basic biology of the staphylococci, their molecular genetics, host defenses and host evasion, virulence determinants, mechanisms of antibiotic resistance, and laboratory techniques. The second section deals with epidemiology, and the third section provides an overview of the varied clinical manifestations of human staphylococcal infections. The fourth section covers prevention and treatment of these often life-threatening infections.
Dimmock: Introduction to Modern Virology
By Nigel J Dimmock, Andrew Easton and Keith Leppard
2007 (6th ed), 536 pages, 177 illus, $90 list
Introduction to Modern Virology has been an established student text for over 25 years. Providing an integrated account of the subject across different host systems, with an emphasis on human and animal viruses, this book covers the field of virology from molecular biology to disease processes using a unique systems approach.
Engelkirk: Laboratory Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases: Essentials of Diagnostic Microbiology
By Paul G Engelkirk and Janet Duben-Engelkirk
2007 (1st ed), 768 pages, 450 illus, $83 list
This textbook presents the essentials of clinical microbiology. It provides balanced coverage of specific groups of microorganisms and the work-up of clinical specimens by organ system, and also discusses the role of the microbiology laboratory in regard to emerging infections, healthcare epidemiology, and bioterrorism.
Evans: Bacterial Infections of Humans: Epidemiology and Control
By Alfred Evans
2009 (4th ed), 1600 pages, $249 list
The new Fourth Edition of Bacterial Infections of Humans reflects a decade of important discoveries, technological progress, and valuable new therapies as well as emerging and reemerging infections, resistant strains of bacteria, and threats of bioterrorism. It offers accessible, up-to-date information across the range of disease entities. As in previous editions, introductory chapters review general concepts of infection and epidemiology, and the chapters devoted to specific infections follow a consistent and highly useful format: historical background, methodology (diagnosis and pathology), biology, descriptive epidemiology, mechanism and routes of transmission, pathogenesis, host responses, methods of prevention and control, and areas for future research. All material has been thoroughly updated, and two chapters on molecular epidemiology and health care-acquired bacterial infections, are entirely new.
Fischetti: Gram-Positive Pathogens
By Vincent A Fischetti, Richard P Novick, Joseph J Ferretti, Daniel A Portnoy, and Julian I Rood
2006 (2nd ed), 888 pages, $180 list
The only work in the field offering comprehensive coverage of all gram-positive pathogens, this timely revision presents up-to-date research, incorporating the latest genome data on various pathogens.
Fleming: Biological Safety: Principles and Practices
By Diane O Fleming and Debra L Hunt
2006 (4th ed), 700 pages, $140 list
Written by recognized authorities with decades of experience in the biological safety field, the third edition of this best-selling volume is an essential resource as well as an excellent text for courses in biosafety. The epidemiology of laboratory-associated infections, including some previously unreported cases, is thoroughly covered.
Flint: Principles of Virology
By S J Flint
2009 (3rd ed), 1020 pages, 600 illus, $170 list
This title introduces the principles governing evolving and emerging viral infections, and illuminates the principles of host defense and virus offense; teaches unifying concepts, addresses problems common to the propagation of every virus; and, stimulates discussion, provokes questions, and shows students there are still many outstanding questions.
Garcia: Clinical Microbiology Procedures Handbook
By Lynne Garcia
2010 (3rd ed), 1780 pages, $250 list
The collaborative efforts of over 150 experienced clinical microbiologists, medical laboratory technologists, and laboratory supervisors are included in the third edition of the Clinical Microbiology Procedures Handbook. This well-respected reference continues to serve as the sole major publication providing step-by-step protocols and descriptions that enable clinical microbiologists and laboratory staff personnel to perform all analyses, including appropriate quality control recommendations, from the receipt of the specimen through processing, testing, interpretation, presentation of the final report, and subsequent consultation.
Garrity: Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology
By George Garrity
2009 (2nd ed), 880 pages, 393 illus, $110 list
Includes a revised taxonomic outline for the Firmicutes based upon the SILVA project as well as a description of more than 1346 species and 235 genera belonging to the phylum Firmicutes, which are also called the low mol% G+C Gram positive prokaryotes. Major taxa to be included are Alicyclobacillus, Bacillus, Clostridium, Enterococcus, Erysipelothrix, Eubacterium, Haloanaerobium, Heliobacterium, Lachnospira, Lactobacillus, Leuconostoc, Listeria, Paenibacillus, Peptococcus, Ruminococcus, Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Syntrophomonas, Thermoactinomyces, Thermoanaerobacter, Veillonella and 229 additional genera. Includes many medically and industrially important taxa.
Garrity: Bergey's Manual® of Systematic Bacteriology: Volume Two: The Proteobacteria (Part C) (Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology
By George Garrity, Don J Brenner, Noel R Krieg, James T Staley, David R Boone, Paul De Vos, Michael Goodfellow, Fred A Rainey, and Karl-Heinz Schleifer
2005 (2nd ed), 1388 pages, $173 list
Bergey’s Manual of Systematic Bacteriology has become recognized throughout the world as the principal monographic work in the field of prokaryotic biology. Like a dictionary to a writer, the Manual is usually the first reference that a microbiologist consults when questions arise regarding the characteristics of an unfamiliar species or an unknown strain that bears some similarity to a more familiar one.
Gessani: The Biology of Dendritic Cells and HIV Infection
By Sandra Gessani and Filippo Belardelli
2007 (1st ed), 550 pages, 64 illus, $139 list
Dendritic cells play the most vital part in inducing anti-viral immune responses in HIV and AIDS among many other viruses. Research on dendritic cells is emerging as a fundamental aspect for the comprehension of the mechanisms underlying the pathogenesis of viral diseases as well as for the progress on the development of prophylactic and therapeutic vaccines.
Gillespie: Principles and Practice of Clinical Bacteriology
By Stephen H Gillespie and Peter M Hawkey
2006 (2nd ed), 620 pages, $385 list
Since the publication of the last edition, our understanding of bacterial genetics and pathogenicity has been transformed due to the availability of whole genome sequences and new technologies such as proteomics and transcriptomics. The present, completely revised second edition of this greatly valued work has been developed to integrate this new knowledge in a clinically relevant manner.
Goering: Mims' Medical Microbiology
By Richard Goering
2012 (5th ed), 624 pages, 500 illus, $80 list
Mims’ Microbiology makes it easy for you to learn the microbiology and basic immunology concepts you need to know for your courses and USMLE. Using a clinically relevant, systems-based approach, this popular medical textbook accessibly explains the microbiology of the agents that cause diseases and the diseases that affect individual organ systems. With lavish illustrations and straightforward, accessible explanations, Mims’ Microbiology makes this complex subject simple to understand and remember.
Goodman: Tick-borne Diseases Of Humans
By Jesse Goodman
2005 (1st ed), 401 pages, $120 list
"Tick-Borne Diseases of Humans" provides physicians and scientists with up-to-date and comprehensive information on the biology, ecology, and clinical aspects of these diseases. It will familiarize clinicians with the various disease syndromes and diagnoses, even for those diseases that commonly occur outside of their sphere of experience. A ready resource, this book covers key information that will be highly useful to students and professionals in the fields of human and veterinary medicine, public health, medical entomology, acarology, and ecology.
Guerrant: Tropical Infectious Diseases: Principles, Pathogens and Practice
By Richard Guerrant
2011 (3rd ed), 1156 pages, $313 list
Tropical Infectious Diseases: Principles, Pathogens and Practice, by Drs. Richard L. Guerrant, David H. Walker, and Peter F. Weller, delivers the expert, encyclopedic guidance you need to overcome the toughest clinical challenges in diagnosing and treating diseases caused by infectious agents from tropical regions. Sweeping updates to this 3rd edition include vaccines, SARS, hepatitis A-E, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus, tick-borne encephalitis and Omsk hemorrhagic fever, human papilloma virus, and mucormycosis. New full-color images throughout allow you to more accurately view the clinical manifestations of each disease and better visualize the life cycles of infectious agents. And, full-text online access at www.expertconsult.com enables you to perform quick searches and rapidly locate and download images. Definitive, state-of-the-art coverage of pathophysiology as well as clinical management makes this the reference you'll want to consult - online and in print - whenever you are confronted with tropical infections, whether familiar or unfamiliar!.
Hausen: Infections Causing Human Cancer
By Harald zur Hausen
2010 (2nd ed), 531 pages, $100 list
In this book, Professor zur Hausen (Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine 2008) provides a thorough and comprehensive overview on carcinogenic infective agents -- viruses, bacteria, parasites and protozoons -- as well as their corresponding transforming capacities and mechanisms. The result is an invaluable and instructive reference for all oncologists, microbiologists and molecular biologists working in the area of infections and cancer.
Hospenthal: Diagnosis and Treatment of Human Mycoses
By Duane R Hospenthal and Michael G Rinaldi
2007 (1st ed), 448 pages, $99 list
Diagnosis and Treatment of Human Mycoses brings together globally recognized mycoses experts to guide readers in the use of current knowledge in the field of medical mycology to manage those who suffer from the mycoses.
By Michael J Janda
2005 (2nd ed), 411 pages, $120 list
The Enterobacteria, 2nd Edition provides a comprehensive examination of current research on every genus in the family Enterobacteriaceae. A host of diagnostic tables, reference charts, color plates, and various other laboratory resources, this revised reference is an important source of information from microbiologists, lab directors, pathologists, and infectious disease specialists.
Jarvis: Bennett and Brachman's Hospital Infections
By William R Jarvis
2007 (5th ed), 704 pages, 59 illus, $199 list
Written by internationally recognized experts--many affiliated with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention--the book is the most comprehensive, up-to-date, authoritative guide to the recognition, management, prevention, and control of infections in all types of healthcare facilities.
Jessen: Primary HIV Infection: Pathology, Diagnosis, Management
By Heiko Jessen
2005 (1st ed), 80 pages, $60 list
This is one of the first medical textbooks on Primary HIV Infection. Most of the worlds leading researchers in the field are represented with their latest research results. In addition, clinicians contribute their knowledge from treating large groups of infected patients.
Jordan: Listeria monocytogenes: Methods and Protocols
By Kieran Jordan, Edward Fox, Martin Wagner
2014 (1st ed), 315 pages, $140 list
Listeria monocytogenes is still a major threat to public health. A new book in the Methods in Molecular Biology series, Listeria monocytogenes: Methods and Protocols addresses its titular pathogen with protocols and methodologies used in research to gain a better understanding of Listeria at a molecular level. The topics covered include sampling in order to isolate Listeria, methods for their identification and characterization, methods for gene manipulation and finally, methods for control of the organism. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective subjects, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls.
Jungblut: Proteomics of Microbial Pathogens
By Peter R Jungblut and Michael Hecker
2007 (1st ed), 343 pages, $195 list
Containing proven, high-quality research articles selected from the popular Proteomics journal, this is a current overview of the latest research into the proteomics analysis of microbial pathogens as well as several review articles.
Kaufmann: Handbook of Tuberculosis
By Stefan Kaufmann
2008 (1st ed), 1350 pages, $600 list
The Handbook of Tuberculosis, which explores the causes and available treatments of the widespread infection as well as current research into vaccination, is divided into three separate volumes covering different areas of study. Each volume provides an essential resource to molecular and cell biologists, bacteriologists, immunologists, pathologists and pathophysiologists, clinicians and those working in the pharmaceutical industry and interested in world health.
Kavanagh: Medical Mycology: Cellular And Molecular Techniques
By Kevin Kavanagh
2006 (1st ed), 328 pages, $75 list
Medical Mycology is a comprehensive text covering a variety of techniques critical to the study of medical mycology. Drawing together contributions from both scientists and clinicians working in the field, the text covers techniques essential for ongoing research in the area and provides a valuable perspective on the applicability of specific techniques to patient care.
Khalili: Viral Oncology
By Kamel Khalili
2009 (1st ed), 491 pages, $150 list
Viral Oncology is an essential resource for clinical and research oncologists in medical facilities and biological research laboratories; clinicians and scientists working in related biomedical areas; medical students working toward a first or higher degree in the life sciences and other biomedical fields; and pharmaceutical scientists and developers.
Kishore: Microbial Pathogenesis: Infection and Immunity
By Uday Kishore and Annapurna Nayak
2014 (1st ed), 314 pages, $259 list
The book starts with dissecting mechanisms underlying viral immune evasion via exploiting the host complement system by vaccinia virus, and by modulating the type 1 interferon response by RNA viruses. Yet another chapter looks into how viroporins expressed by different families of viruses causing influenza A virus, SARS, hepatitis C and HIV interact with several cellular pathways. Understanding of these mechanisms can aid the development of novel potential anti-viral targets. The chapter on tuberculosis discusses the emerging importance of the innate immune mechanisms against Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection and latency. This book has a strong focus on fungal pathogenesis and immunity, starting with virulence and host factors that attain great importance in candidiasis and associated escape tricks of seriously opportunistic fungi. Two chapters on Aspergillus fumigatus elaborate on the pathogenic mechanisms: first discussing A. fumigatus-airway epithelium interaction, followed by fungal and host factors that are paramount in the development of allergic and invasive aspergillosis. In the subsequent chapter, there is a general discussion on the innate and adaptive immune responses against primary and opportunistic fungal pathogens.
Knipe: Fields Virology
By David Knipe
2013 (6th ed), 2664 pages, 1000 illus, $440 list
Fields Virology is the authoritative reference book for virology, providing definitive coverage of all aspects of virology, including thorough coverage of virus biology as well as replication and medical aspects of specific virus families. With the regular outbreaks of influenza, noroviruses as well as other emerging and re-emerging viruses it is essential to have the most up-to-date information available.
Koneman: Koneman's Color Atlas and Textbook of Diagnostic Microbiology
By Elmer Koneman
2005 (6th ed), 1736 pages, $96 list
Long considered the definitive work in its field, this new edition presents all the principles and practices readers need for a solid grounding in all aspects of clinical microbiology—bacteriology, mycology, parasitology, and virology. Tests are presented according to the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (formerly NCCLS) format.
Kostic: Detection of Highly Dangerous Pathogens
By Tanja Kostic
2009 (1st ed), 191 pages, $44 list
Written by leading experts in the field as part of an interdisciplinary pan-European research program funded by the EU, this book provides a unique and comprehensive overview of how microarray technology can be used in safely tracking the most highly dangerous pathogens. A must-have for public health agencies focused on bioterrorism as well as all laboratories working with BSL3 and/or BSL 4 agents.
Kradin: Diagnostic Pathology of Infectious Disease
By Richard Kradin
2010 (1st ed), 660 pages, $200 list
Diagnostic Pathology of Infectious Disease presents a comprehensive, organ-based approach to the effective and accurate diagnosis of infectious diseases. Dr. Richard L. Kradin covers the latest information on H1N1, as well as the use of immunohistochemical stains, PCR, Immunoperoxidase, and other molecular techniques for a current representation of the field. High-quality, full-color illustrations and differential diagnosis tables accompany each lesion so you can quickly identify and diagnose whatever you see. Online and print, this reference is an invaluable tool for the accurate diagnosis of any infectious disease-from the common to the most challenging.
Kwaik: Francisella Tularensis: Biology, Pathogenicity, Epidemiology, and Biodefense
By Yousef Abu Kwaik, Dennis W Metzger, Francis Nano, Anders Sjostedt and Richard Titball
2007 (1st ed), 352 pages, $145 list
This is the first book on tularemia. The volume explores the mechanisms of pathogenesis, genetics and genetic manipulations, genomics and metagenomics, animal models, protective immunity, pathophysiology, vaccine development, genetic susceptibility and routine and rapid microbiological diagnostic tools.
Leonard: Molecular Pathology in Clinical Practice: Infectious Diseases
By Dubra Leonard
2008 (1st ed), 200 pages, 26 illus, $80 list
Molecular Pathology in Clinical Practice: Infectious Diseases is an authoritative and comprehensive guide that provides the general pathologist in clinical practice, as well as residents and fellows during their training, with the current standard in molecular infectious disease testing. The book integrates the latest advancements in the field with the basic principles and practical applications.
Levy: HIV and the Pathogenesis of AIDS
By Jay A Levy
2007 (3rd ed), 750 pages, $100 list
This important text, thoroughly updated and rewritten, continues to offer a unique overview of the field of HIV pathogenesis. Comprehensive, lucid, and extensively annotated, this book presents the most current knowledge on the many aspects of HIV infection and control.
Maertens: Diagnosis of Fungal Infections
By Johan Maertens and Kieren A Marr
2007 (1st ed), 424 pages, $200 list
Analyzing a key cause of infectious morbidity in immunosuppressed and immunocompromised patients, this source spans the most recent strategies to improve and expedite the diagnosis, identification, and treatment of fungal infections. With authoritative contributions from experienced clinicians in the field, this reference tracks developments in imaging, susceptibility testing, and strain typing to combat these conditions in transplant, surgical, oncology, and intensive care units.
Mandell: Mandell, Douglas, and Bennett's Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases
By Gerald Mandell
2009 (7th ed), 4416 pages, $399 list
After thirty years, PPID is still the reference of choice for comprehensive, global guidance on diagnosing and treating the most challenging infectious diseases. Drs. Mandell, Bennett, and Dolin have substantially revised and meticulously updated, this new edition to save you time and to ensure you have the latest clinical and scientific knowledge at your fingertips. With new chapters, expanded and updated coverage, increased worldwide perspectives, and many new contributors, Mandell, Douglas, and Bennett’s Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases, 7th Edition helps you identify and treat whatever infectious disease you see. And, as an Expert Consult title with enhanced online features, this updated 7th edition comes with convenient access to the full text online, regular updates, video demonstrations, and more at expertconsult.com.
Miller: Microbiology Bench Companion
By Michael J Miller
2007 (1st ed), 128 pages, $40 list
The Microbiology Bench Companion is an indispensable resource for hospital and public health microbiology laboratories. This user-friendly volume aids professionals with daily decisions and assists them in preparing organism reports and consults that are required of the clinical microbiology laboratory.
Murray: Manual of Clinical Microbiology
By Patrick R Murray, Ellen Jo Baron, James H Jorgensen, Michael A Pfaller and Mary Louise Landry
2007 (9th ed), 2476 pages, $210 list
MCM provides all microbiologists, laboratorians, and infectious disease professionals with the definitive reference work for running an effective, state-of-the-art diagnostic laboratory. No other single resource offers such extensive, up-to-date, practical information presented in a concise and easily accessible format.
Nightingale: Antimicrobial Pharmacodynamics in Theory and Clinical Practice
By Charles H Nightingale, Paul G Ambrose, George L Drusano and Takeo Murakawa
2007 (2nd ed), 536 pages, $230 list
Taking readers from the research laboratory to the bedside, this Second Edition compiles essential information on the pharmacodynamics of all major classes of the antimicrobial armamentarium including penicillins, cephalosposorins, cephamycins, carbapenems, monobactams, aminoglycosides, quinolones, macrolides, antifungals, antivirals, and emerging agents currently in development. Written by experienced professionals in the field, this guide uses an abundance of examples to depict methods to apply pharmacodynamic concepts to everyday clinical practice.
By Leonard Norkin
2009 (1st ed), 880 pages, $164 list
This book covers the fundamentals of viral molecular biology, with a distinctive organization based on virus families. It emphasizes the range of adaptations viruses have evolved to solve the various problems posed by their intercellular lifestyle concerning gene expression as well as other issues.
Novartis Foundation: Novel and Re-emerging Respiratory Viral Diseases
By Novartis Foundation
2008 (1st ed), 174 pages, $170 list
This book critically evaluates the latest scientific evidence on novel or re-emerging viral diseases and brings together contributions from world experts on this topic, explaining best practice in their area, and discussing lessons learned and how best to collaborate to prevent and control future outbreaks.
Owens: Antimicrobial Resistance: Problem Pathogens and Clinical Countermeasures
By Robert C Owens Jr and Ebbing Lautenbach
2007 (1st ed), 520 pages, $230 list
This publication provides a state-of-the-art overview of key issues related to antimicrobial resistance, including a focus on key pathogens causing common healthcare-associated and community-acquired infections. The epidemiology and therapeutic considerations of these antimicrobial resistant organisms are discussed, as well as the clinical and health economic impact of infections caused by them.
Pasculle: Emerging Pathogens: An Issue of Clinics in Laboratory Medicine
By William Pasculle
2010 (1st ed), 364 pages, $105 list
This issue of Clinics in Laboratory Medicine, Guest Edited by William Pasculle, MD, and James Snyder, PhD, on the topic of Emerging Pathogens will include the following article topics: Avian Influenza; Listeriosis; Shiga Toxin-producing E Coli; West Nile Virus; Hanta Virus; Malaria; Metapneumovirus; Dengue; Ebola; Staph aureus MRSA; Chikunguna; Bocavirus; HIV; Tickborne Bunyaviridae; Tickborne Flaviviridae; TB; SARS; Yellow Fever; Anaplasma/Ehrlichica; Prion Diseases; Lyme Disease; and Clostridium difficile.
Raoult: Rickettsial Diseases
By Didier Raoult and Philippe Parola
2007 (1st ed), 400 pages, $230 list
Standing alone as the only available reference to comprehensively discuss the common and unusual types of rickettsiosis, this book will offer the reader a full review on the bacteriology, transmission, and pathophysiology of these conditions.
Reddy: Methods for General and Molecular Microbiology
By C A Reddy, Terry J Beveridge, John A Breznak, George Marzluf and Thomas M Schmidt
2007 (3rd ed), 1,000 pages, $160 list
After thirteen years, the editors of Methods for General and Molecular Microbiology have prepared a new, state-of-the-art volume bringing this invaluable resource up to the present. This book will once again serve as a first source for traditional methods of microbiology as well as commonly used modern molecular microbiological methods.
By Bernd Rehm
2008 (1st ed), 424 pages, $260 list
Concise and up-to-date, this handy guide fills a gap in the literature by providing the essential knowledge for everyone with an interest in the topic. The result is a comprehensive overview of the most important model organism in applied microbiology that covers basic biology, pathology and biotechnological applications.
Richardson: Pocket Guide to Fungal Infection
By M.D. Richardson
2013 (3rd ed), 212 pages, $55 list
Convenient, accessible, concise, pocket-sized format covering all of the major clinically relevant fungal species. * Recent developments in the diagnosis and treatment of fungal infections updated throughout * Incorporates new fungal nomenclature .
Richman: Clinical Virology
By Douglas Richman
2009 (3rd ed), 1408 pages, $260 list
The new third edition of this essential reference has been extensively revised and updated to incorporate the latest developments and relevant research. Covering novel viruses, pathogenesis, epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, Clinical Virology informs scientists and health care professionals about all the medically relevant aspects of this rapidly evolving field.
Ryan: Pandemic Influenza: Emergency Planning and Community Preparedness
By Jeffrey Ryan
2008 (1st ed), 280 pages, $70 list
The swine flu emergency needn’t become a crisis. This critically acclaimed work provides public health officials, doctors, responders, and emergency planners with accurate current information that will help them understand the nature of an outbreak, assess risk, answer public concerns, and develop informed strategies.
Salyers: Revenge Of The Microbes: How Bacterial Resistance Is Undermining The Antibiotic Miracle
By Abigail Salyers
2005 (1st ed), 186 pages, $30 list
'What is antibiotic resistance, and why should I be concerned with it?' Media coverage and political and scientific discussions about 'superbugs' that defy our current treatments, genetically-modified foods in our fields and grocery stores, the threat of bioterrorism, and the use of antibiotics in agriculture have increased citizen awareness and fears regarding the issues surrounding antibiotic resistance. "Revenge of the Microbes: How Bacterial Resistance Is Undermining the Antibiotic Miracle" is a single source of answers to this and other questions average people are asking. Written by experts with extensive experience in the field, "Revenge of the Microbes" provides the scientific information readers will need to form opinions and make informed decisions regarding the use of antibiotics.The authors have carefully sifted through a vast amount of information to ensure comprehensive coverage of topics including the larger issues of economics, politics, health, safety, and the environment.
Scheld: Emerging Infections 9
By W. Scheld
2010 (1st ed), 380 pages, $155 list
Since 1995, the program committees of the Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy and the Infectious Diseases Society of America have organized sessions on current and emerging infectious disease threats during their annual meetings. These sessions explore strategies for the prevention and control of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites that can harm public health.
Seifert: Evolution of Microbial Pathogens
By H. Seifert
2006 (1st ed), 370 pages, $120 list
This book examines evolution of microbial pathogenesis, capitalizing on explosion of knowledge of molecular mechanisms and microbial genome sequencing; covers general concepts of microbial evolution including gene acquisition, gene loss, and concept of microbial species; presents information on broad areas of evolution of pathogenesis, including evolution of pathogenic microbes in soil, evolution of microbe-plant interactions, human specific pathogens, zoonotic infections, biofilm formation in the environment and pathogenesis, and co-evolution of pathogens and the immune system; considers evolution of pathogenic systems found in a variety of microbes or specific subsets of pathogens.
Sherman: The Power of Plagues
By Irwin Sherman
2006 (1st ed), 431 pages, $29 list
"The Power of Plagues" offers a fascinating examination of epidemic diseases within a historical context. Engagingly written, this new volume presents the science of plagues in an understandable and accessible manner, describing the nature and evolution of diseases and conveying their significance in shaping Western culture and civilization. Chapters present individual, independent plague stories complemented by relevant and historical illustrations. Major historic outbreaks are covered, including those of the Greek and Roman empires as well as the infamous Black Death. Contemporary and emerging diseases are comprehensively detailed, including HIV-AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, smallpox, SARS, West Nile virus infection, influenza, mad cow disease, and several others. Despite advancements in the development of antimicrobials and vaccines and in securing clean water and food supplies, modern civilizations are not immune to epidemic diseases. "The Power of Plagues" provides insight into the struggle to attain disease control and eradication and explores the challenge of forecasting emerging plagues. In doing so, it offers readers a deeper understanding of modern public health issues and the role of infectious diseases.
Shetty: Infectious Disease
By Nandini Shetty
2009 (1st ed), 664 pages, $130 list
Taking an integrated approach, this book will help public health officials understand the basic science behind infectious disease an, likewise, provide students studying ID a broader understanding of the implications of infectious disease in a public health context, as well as clinical presentation and prevention.
Snyder: Molecular Genetics of Bacteria
By Larry Snyder
2012 (4th ed), 728 pages, $130 list
This revised edition of Molecular Genetics of Bacteria provides descriptive background information, detailed experimental methods, examples of genetic analyses, and advanced material relevant to current applications of molecular genetics. Integrated with biochemical, genomic, and structural information, Molecular Genetics of Bacteria offers readers an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of bacterial molecular genetics.
Specter: Clinical Virology Manual
By Steven Specter
2009 (4th ed), 716 pages, $180 list
For over 20 years this manual has remained the definitive source of the latest information and procedures for the physician and the clinical laboratory virologist. This fourth edition includes 34 chapters and two appendices, each thoroughly revised and updated by noted experts. These updates address the modernization of clinical virology and new developments in the field, with a strong emphasis on molecular diagnostics. Importantly, this new edition includes material on several recently described viruses including human metapneumovirus, West Nile virus, bocaviruses, and newer influenza viruses and adenoviruses, plus a broadened focus on papillomaviruses and polyomaviruses.
Stratton: Clinical Microbiology Quality in Laboratory Diagnosis
By Charles Stratton and Michael Laposata
2011 (1st ed), 192 pages, $55 list
Clinical Microbiology address common medical errors seen in the clinical microbiology laboratory in order to show these errors to pathologists and laboratory technicians as well as clinicians. The goal is to allow such errors to be corrected by both individual effort and a systems approach in the laboratory. The book addresses potential medical errors in test ordering and specimen collection, testing in the laboratory, and reporting and interpretation of test results. Each of these phases can have an adverse impact on the diagnosis and treatment of an infectious disease if a medical error occurs. Potential medical errors are described and discussed in a clinical case-based learning format to effectively illustrate the conditions that contribute to these errors and enable the reader to recognize and avoid them in daily practice.
Studahl: Herpes Simplex Viruses
By Marie Studahl
2005 (1st ed), 440 pages, $180 list
Studying the epidemiology, identification, pathogenesis and clinical features of diseases associated with herpes simplex viruses, this important reference evaluates the latest treatment regimens, mechanisms of immune response and evasion, and research related to vaccines for the prevention and reduction of HSV outbreaks.
Thompson: The Biology of Vibrios
By Fabiano L Thompson, Brian Austin and Jean Swings
2006 (1st ed), 423 pages, $140 list
This new volume presents state-of-the-art research on the biology of vibrios, examining the impact of innovative molecular and genomic approaches on the traditional disciplines in the field.
Tibayrenc: Encyclopedia of Infectious Diseases: Modern Methodologies
By Michel Tibayrenc
2007 (1st ed), 747 pages, $175 list
Discover how the application of novel multidisciplinary, integrative approaches and technologies are dramatically changing our understanding of the pathogenesis of infectious diseases and their treatments. Each article presents the state of the science, with a strong emphasis on new and emerging medical applications.
By John Weigelt
2010 (2nd ed), 296 pages, $80 list
Responding to the growing concern about the increased frequency and resistance of MRSA infections, this invaluable source analyzes the latest developments in the identification, assessment, and management of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) by leading authorities on the topic.
Whitworth: Myxobacteria: Multicellularity and Differentiation
By David E Whitworth
2007 (1st ed), 850 pages, $170 list
This volume represents a major review of many aspects of myxobacterial biology, including multicellularity, social behavior, differentiation, cellular regulation, metabolism, evolution, and ecology.
WHO: Legionella And the Prevention of Legionellosis
2007 (1st ed), 276 pages, $29 list
This book provides a comprehensive overview on the sources, ecology and laboratory diagnosis of Legionella. Guidance is provided on risk assessment and risk management of susceptible environments.
WHO: SARS: How a Global Epidemic Was Stopped
By the World Health Organization (WHO)
2006 (1st ed), 307 pages, $36 list
Where did this frightening disease come from? How did it spread? And will the world be any better-prepared if it returns? For the first time, these and other questions are answered in this remarkable inside account of what really took place in those fateful months of 2003 when severe acute respiratory syndrome threatened to engulf the world.
Wilson: Bacteriology of Humans
By Michael Wilson
2008 (2nd ed), 360 pages, 400 illus, $129 list
This comprehensive, yet accessible text provides an up-to-date guide to the development, composition and distribution of indigenous microbial communities of humans. With the aid of abundant colour figures, diagrams, tables and maps, it establishes links between the physicochemical factors prevailing at an anatomical site and the types of microbes to be found there. The book includes an introduction to the human-microbe symbiosis as well as an in-depth look at the main systems and organs of the human body that have an indigenous microbiota. Each chapter includes a list of references for further study.
Wingard: Fungal Infections in the Immunocompromised Patient
By John Wingard
2005 (1st ed), 704 pages, $180 list
Unlike any other source on the subject, this reference provides an up-to-date account of fungal syndromes in immunocompromised patients and provides expert descriptions of their clinical manifestations and settings in which they cause illness-covering the pros and cons of current and emerging diagnostic measures, techniques to incorporate new diagnostic tools and treatments into established clinical practices, and the most recent therapeutic strategies in patient care.
Wright: Essentials of Clinical Infectious Diseases
By William Wright
2013 (1st ed), 384 pages, $50 list
This practical handbook provides readers with a quick but comprehensive overview of the major infectious disease topics and clinical approach to diagnosis and management. Covering the core areas of importance to students, residents, fellows, and practitioners in any discipline, the book presents a systematic method for understanding basic mechanisms, establishing a diagnosis, and implementing appropriate treatment for commonly encountered problems. Written in outline format with 46 short, focused chapters, this ready reference is essential reading for physicians looking for guidance in navigating the constellation of symptoms and myriad treatment options for patients with infectious diseases.
Yang: RNA Viruses: Host Gene Responses to Infections
By Decheng Yang
2009 (1st ed), 691 pages, $144 list
This is the first comprehensive book on human/animal gene responses to RNA viral infections, including prevalent, emerging and re-emerging RNA viruses such as HIV, SARS-CoV, West Nile virus, influenza virus and many others. Organized into 29 highly accessible and well-illustrated chapters, this volume explores state-of-the-art knowledge of the molecular mechanisms of RNA virus infection and host-virus interactions. This comprehensive compilation of the altered gene expression profiles and signal transduction pathways in host cells in response to the majority of human/animal RNA viruses opens new directions for basic and clinical research on viral pathogenesis, and also provides valuable biomarkers for researchers to select gene targets in the development of diagnostic tests and antiviral therapeutics for a number of infectious diseases.
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