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Pathogenesis of Bacterial Infections in Animals, 5E



EditorJohn F. Prescott / Janet I. MacInnes / Filip Van Immerseel / John D. Boyce / Andrew N. Rycroft / José A. Vázquez-Boland

価格:39,160円 (本体 35,600円+税) 送料サービス

・Release: 2022

・ISBN: 9781119754794

・816 Pages

・Trim Size: 188 X 38.1 X 256.5 ・Hardcover



Comprehensive review of the major bacterial pathogens of animals, focusing on the current understanding of how they cause disease

Pathogenesis of Bacterial Infections in Animals, Fifth Edition is a specialist reference that provides a comprehensive review of bacterial pathogens in animals and their complex interplay with disease processes, offering a complete understanding of how bacteria cause disease in animals. It covers the many recent advances in the field including the newest taxonomies. In this revised and long anticipated fifth edition, additional introductory chapters have been added to set the material in context, and more figures added to integrate and improve understanding and comprehension throughout the text. A companion website presents the figures from the book in PowerPoint and references.

This detailed reference includes novel approaches to controlling bacterial pathogens in the light of growing concerns about antimicrobial resistance, with more than 70 expert authors sharing their wisdom on the topic. While molecular pathogenesis is a major aspect in almost every chapter, the authors have been careful to place pathogens in their broader context.

Pathogenesis of Bacterial Infections in Animals, Fifth Edition also contains information on:

  • Themes in bacterial pathogenesis, covering the basic elements of pathogenesis, concepts of virulence, host-pathogen interactions and communication, and pathogenesis in the post-genomic era
  • Evolution of bacterial pathogens, covering what they are and how they emerge, along with sources of genetic diversity, population structure, and genome plasticity
  • Understanding of pathogenesis through pathogenomics and bioinformatics, including how mutations generate pathogen diversity, and an overview of genome sequencing technologies
  • Subversion of the immune response by bacterial pathogens, covering subversion of both innate responses and adaptive immunity

Pathogenesis of Bacterial Infections in Animals, Fifth Edition is an essential resource for graduate students in veterinary medicine and animal science, and for veterinary microbiologists, pathologists, infectious disease experts, and others interested in bacterial disease. It is the only book to cover this topic to this depth through the wealth of insight of dozens of qualified and practicing professionals.

Table of contents

Preface xv

List of Contributors xvii

About the Companion Website xxv

1 Themes in Bacterial Pathogenesis 1
John F. Prescott

2 Evolution of Bacterial Pathogens 15
Patrick Boerlin

3 Understanding Pathogenesis Through Pathogenomics and Bioinformatics 32
Gregorio Iraola and John D. Boyce

4 Experimental Approaches to Understanding Pathogenesis 57
Francesca L. Short and Janet I. MacInnes

5 Subversion of the Immune Response by Bacterial Pathogens 79
Douglas C. Hodgins, Raveendra R. Kulkarni, and Patricia E. Shewen

6 Chinks in the Armor 99
Allison C. Leonard, Celine Stoica, and Georgina Cox

7 Escherichia coli 117
John M. Fairbrother and Carlton L. Gyles

8 Salmonella 162
Paul A. Barrow, Michael A. Jones, Kate C. Mellor, and Nick R. Thomson

9 Yersinia 200
Anne-Sophie Le Guern and Javier Pizarro-Cerdá

10 Pasteurella 221
Marina Harper, Thomas R. Smallman, and John D. Boyce

11 Mannheimia and Bibersteinia 244
Jeff L. Caswell and Charles J. Czuprynski

12 Actinobacillus 262
Janine T. Bossé, Adina R. Bujold, and Lu Li

13 Other Pasteurellaceae: Avibacterium, Bibersteinia, Gallibacterium, Glaesserella, and Histophilus 290
Anders M. Bojesen, Virginia Aragon, and Pat J. Blackall

14 Pseudomonas 318
Erin L. Westman, Véronique L. Taylor, and Joseph S. Lam

15 Moraxella 344
John A. Angelos

16 Brucella 361
Clayton C. Caswell, Angela Arenas-Gamboa, and Jeff T. Foster

17 Bordetella 376
Colleen J. Sedney, Tracy L. Nicholson, and Eric T. Harvill

18 Campylobacter 393
Zuowei Wu, Orhan Sahin, and Qijing Zhang

19 Helicobacter 413
Chloë De Witte, Helena Berlamont, and Freddy Haesebrouck

20 Chlamydia and Coxiella 433
Martina Jelocnik, Wilhelmina M. Huston, and Hayley J. Newton

21 Rickettsiales 456
Jere W. McBride, Roman R. Ganta, and David H. Walker

22 Lawsonia intracellularis 486
Roberto M. C. Guedes, Fabio A. Vannucci, and Connie J. Gebhart

23 Leptospira 502
Cyrille Goarant, Ben Adler, and Alejandro de la Peña Moctezuma

24 Brachyspira 528
Joseph E. Rubin and Judith Rohde

25 Staphylococcus 543
Amy C. Pickering, Andreas F. Haag, José R. Penades, and J. Ross Fitzgerald

26 Streptococcus 565
John F. Timoney

27 Bacillus anthracis 588
Joachim Frey

28 Enteric Clostridia 607
Evelien Dierick, Evy Goossens, John F. Prescott, Richard Ducatelle, and Filip Van Immerseel

29 Histotoxic Clostridia 635
Andrew N. Rycroft

30 Neurotoxic Clostridia 648
Michel R. Popoff

31 Mycoplasmas 667
Pollob K. Shil, Nadeeka K. Wawegama, Glenn F. Browning, Amir H. Noormohammadi, and Marc S. Marenda

32 Corynebacterium, Arcanobacterium, and Trueperella 701
Thiago D. Barral, Ricardo W. Portela, Núbia Seyffert, and Robert J. Moore

33 Rhodococcus equi 715
José A. Vázquez-Boland, Macarena G. Sanz, and John F. Prescott

34 Mycobacterium 736
Karren M. Plain, Karen Stevenson, Richard J. Whittington, and Nathalie Winter

35 Gram-Negative Anaerobes 757
John F. Prescott

Index 773