Campylobacter by Irving Nachamkin, Christine M. Szymanski, Martin J. Blaser

By Irving Nachamkin, Christine M. Szymanski, Martin J. Blaser

* Covers adjustments within the box because the sequencing of the 1st C. jejuni pressure in 2000, a watershed in Campylobacter genetics * Definitive quantity summarizing the present knowing of those organisms * deals overview chapters by way of major investigators * vast scope covers similar species

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