Principi Di Microbiologia Medica

Author: Michele La Placa
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ISBN: 9788879598101
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Principi Di Microbiologia Medica

Author: Guido Antonelli
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ISBN: 9788808180735
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Microbiologia Medica

Author: P.R. Murray
Editor: Elsevier srl
ISBN: 8821433803
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L’intento degli Autori, nel proporre questa quarta edizione italiana, la sesta americana, di Microbiologia Medica, è quello di presentare i concetti fondamentali della microbiologia in modo chiaro e conciso e con uno stile adatto a diverse tipologie di Studenti. Le conoscenze in materia di microbiologia e immunologia sono in rapida e continua evoluzione grazie a nuove e stimolanti scoperte in tutti i campi, ogni capitolo è stato quindi accuratamente aggiornato e ampliato.

Principles Of Genetics Binder Ready Version

Author: D. Peter Snustad
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119142288
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Principles of Genetics is one of the most popular texts in use for the introductory course. It opens a window on the rapidly advancing science of genetics by showing exactly how genetics is done. Throughout, the authors incorporate a human emphasis and highlight the role of geneticists to keep students interested and motivated. The seventh edition has been completely updated to reflect the latest developments in the field of genetics. Principles of Genetics continues to educate today’s students for tomorrows science by focusing on features that aid in content comprehension and application. This text is an unbound, three hole punched version.

Principles Of Human Physiology

Author: Cindy L. Stanfield
Editor: Pearson
ISBN: 9780134169804
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Revision of: Principles of human physiology / William J. Germann, Cindy L. Stanfield. 2002.

Introduction To Modern Virology

Author: Nigel J. Dimmock
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119094534
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Praised forits clarity of presentation and accessibility, Introduction to Modern Virology has been a successful student text for over 30 years. It provides a broad introduction to virology, which includes the nature of viruses, the interaction of viruses with their hosts and the consequences of those interactions that lead to the diseases we see. This new edition contains a number of important changes and innovations including: The consideration of immunology now covers two chapters, one on innate immunity and the other on adaptive immunity, reflecting the explosion in knowledge of viral interactions with these systems. The coverage of vaccines and antivirals has been expanded and separated into two new chapters to reflect the importance of these approaches to prevention and treatment. Virus infections in humans are considered in more detail with new chapters on viral hepatitis, influenza, vector-borne diseases, and exotic and emerging viral infections, complementing an updated chapter on HIV. The final section includes three new chapters on the broader aspects of the influence of viruses on our lives, focussing on the economic impact of virus infections, the ways we can use viruses in clinical and other spheres, and the impact that viruses have on the planet and almost every aspect of our lives. A good basic understanding of viruses is important for generalists and specialists alike. The aim of this book is to make such understanding as accessible as possible, allowing students across the biosciences spectrum to improve their knowledge of these fascinating entities.

Introduction To Organic Chemistry

Author: William Henry Brown
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118321768
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Covering the groundwork of organic chemistry, this introductory text shows the interrelation between organic chemistry and the biological and health sciences in a way that is clear, concise and easily understood by students.

Evolutionary Arguments On Aging Disease And Other Topicsn Aging

Author: Giacinto Libertini
Editor: Azinet
ISBN: 0978870921
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Every character of a living being has its function: the teeth are there to chew, the lungs to breathe, the eyes to see, etc. But what is the function of aging, if there even is one?If it is true that the living being is modelled by natural selection, what are the evolutionary needs that bring about limited longevity or variable longevity according to the species? Why does a mouse live less than two years, a tortoise many tens of years and Pinus Aristata not seem to age at all? Are these differences casual or is evolution somehow at the origin of it all, as A. Weismann hypothesized back in the last century?The results are beyond all expectations: it is possible to provide an explanation for the "why of senescence in evolutionary terms.Another important topic is the meaning of disease phenomenon in the context of evolutionary theory. Illness is a set of phenomena that is perfectly anticipated and rationally classifiable by evolutionary theory.This book, printed in Italian in 1983, broached these and other questions with a rigorous evolutionary approach, using mathematical models in its arguments for the graphic expression and the confirmation of the models.

Biotechnology And Conservation Of Cultural Heritage

Author: Franco Palla
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319461680
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This book provides detailed insights into the role of microorganisms and microbial products in biodeterioration, conservation and restoration of cultural heritage. Topics to be discussed are microbial colonization and their growth control on both artworks and aerosol of indoor environments such as libraries or museums, as well as human health hazard from exposure to microbial agents. In addition innovative biotechnological protocols and strategies for the removal of undesired layers on artwork surfaces are described in detail. Also the advances and perspectives in this emerging biotechnological field are discussed, supported by the latest original findings.

Principi Di Malattie Infettive

Author: Leonardo Calza
Editor: Società Editrice Esculapio
ISBN: 8893850079
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Verso la fine degli anni Settanta, quando con la diffusione degli antibiotici e dei vaccini si credeva di aver definitivamente sconfitto le gravi pandemie che avevano funestato per secoli la storia dell’umanità (come il vaiolo, la poliomielite e la difterite), le malattie infettive sono invece riemerse con prepotente evidenza sconvolgendo il clima di artificiosa sicurezza che si era creato. A partire dal 1979, con la descrizione della “malattia dei legionari”, nuovi o riemergenti agenti infettivi sono tornati a colpire l’umanità facilitati dagli eventi sociali che hanno caratterizzato la storia degli ultimi decenni, causando talvolta vaste epidemie capaci di suscitare viva preoccupazione nella comunità scientifica e nell’opinione pubblica (SARS, influenza aviaria, malattia di Ebola tra le più recenti). La pandemia dell’infezione da HIV e la silenziosa espansione della tubercolosi sono certamente i due esempi più eclatanti di malattie infettive che si impongono oggi come problemi sanitari di primario interesse a livello mondiale. Il focolaio epidemico di febbre chikungunya descritto in Romagna nell’estate 2007 ha dimostrato come le modificazioni ambientali, favorendo l’impianto di un vettore quale la zanzara tigre, possano paradossalmente favorire la diffusione di una malattia tropicale anche nel nostro paese. La circolazione di batteri multiresistenti agli antibiotici (come gli Enterobatteri produttori di carbapenemasi) è divenuta recentemente un grave problema di sanità pubblica in molte realtà ospedaliere e impone una riflessione urgente sulla corretta gestione della terapia antibiotica.Questo volume, lungi dall’essere un trattato esaustivo e sistematico, si propone di descrivere in modo sintetico le malattie infettive di maggiore interesse per la patologia umana, rivolgendosi in particolare agli Studenti che seguono il corso integrato di Malattie Infettive compreso in molti corsi di laurea specialistica e triennale della Scuola di Medicina e Chirurgia. Il manuale è stato aggiornato ed arricchito dai contributi di Colleghi Specialisti che si sono distinti per le loro ricerche in specifici settori della materia, fornendo così al Lettore preziosi spunti di approfondimento alla luce delle più recenti acquisizioni scientifiche.