Advances in bacterial pathogen biology by Robert K. Poole

By Robert K. Poole

This quantity is an up to date evaluation of the body structure of chosen pathogenic micro organism. every one bankruptcy is written by way of specialists within the box of that organism.The concentration is on biochemistry and body structure yet themes of scientific relevance are included.

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