Handbook of Animal Models of Infection

Handbook of Animal Models of Infection : Experimental Models in Antimicrobial Chemotherapy

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Handbook of Animal Models of Infection is a complete revision of a three-volume text that was published in 1986. It incorporates the major advances in the field during the past decade, in particular those concerning molecular biological procedures and new models that have been developed. It focuses on both methods and techniques, which makes it an essential and comprehensive reference as well as a benchtop manual. The Handbook will help investigators save time and effort in formulating an approach to test a new potential therapeutic agent or combination of agents for in vivo efficacy and to position the therapy for specific infections where it may have therapeutic promise. The book is divided into five sections; the first covering the general methodologies, followed by sections describing experimental bacterial, mycotic, parasitic, and viral infections.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 1136 pages
  • 220.98 x 284.48 x 68.58mm | 2,993.69g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 0127753907
  • 9780127753904

Review quote

"This book provides an outstanding overview of the available methods used to develop treatments of infections, together with their limitations and options. The book is a profound source for everyone who is active in the field."
- TiPs

"...Each of the 118 chapters is edited by an internationally renowned expert in that field...Absolutely nothing is missing from this book!" - Arzneimittel-Forschung
(Drug Research)
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Table of contents

Sections and Section Editors:
O. Zak, Introductory Background to Animal Models of Infection.
C. Carbon, B. Fantin, and T. O'Reilly, Bacterial Infection Models.
C. Carbon, B. Fantin, and T. O'Reilly, Mycotic Infection Models.
R. Kaminsky, Parasitic Infection Models.
E.R. Kern, Viral Infection Models.
Subject Index.
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