bacterial analysis Books

  • Bacterial Growth and Lysis: Metabolism and Structure of the Bacterial Sacculus

    Opening Lecture: The Sacculus after Four Decades; U. Schwarz.Structure and Chemistry: New Mass Spectrometric Methods for Peptidoglycan Analysis; G. Allmaier, E.R. Schmidt. Biosynthesis and Maturation: An Overview of the Assembly, Turnover, and Recycling of the Murein Sacculus; J.T. Park. Cell Wall Hydrolases-Regulation and Control: Genetic Control ...

  • Introduction to Bioinformatics Using Bacterial Genomics

    Introduction to Bioinformatics for Bacterial Genomics introduces bioinformatics techniques and programming using bacterial genomics as the main application area. This advanced-level text book introduces the student to both bioinformatics and bacterial genomics, with one topic motivating the other and vice versa. The strategy of this text is to ...

  • Advances in Bacterial Paracrystalline Surface Layers

    Introduction: A Perspective on SLayer Research (R.G.E. Murray). Structural Analysis of SLayers: SLayers Found on Clinical Isolates (K. Lounatmaa et al.). SLayers of Agricultural and Environmental Importance: Predation on Bacteria Possessing SLayers (S.F. Koval). Chemistry and Molecular Biology of SLayers: Glycoprotein Nature of Select ...

  • Environmental Monitoring of Bacteria

    Clive Edwards and his distinguished panel of researchers bring together a collection of detailed molecular methods for the environmental monitoring of bacterial populations. These state-of-the-art methods include techniques for the recovery of cells, for the analysis of whole cells, and for the molecular study of target species and heterogeneous ...

  • Pseudomonas syringae Pathovars and Related Pathogens - Identification, Epidemiology and Genomics

    This book reports on recent advances on: (1) new methods and approaches for specific and sensitive detection and identification of Pseudomonas syringae and Ralstonia solanacearum; (2) ecology and epidemiology bases of Pseudomonas syringae that enable the development of management strategies; (3) pathogenesis and determinant of pathogenicity, and ...

  • Nucleic Acids and Proteins in Soil

    With millions of different bacterial species living in soil, the microbial community is extremely complex, varying at very small scales. Microbe-driven functions are essential for most processes in soil. Thus, a better understanding of this microbial diversity will be invaluable for the management of the various soil functions. Nucleic Acids and ...

  • Microbial Diversity in Time and Space

    Introduction (R.R. Colwell). Scope of Microbial Diversity: Importance of the Diversity of Community Relations (H. Kawanabe). Evolution of Microbial Diversity: From Strains to Domains: Measuring the Degree of Phylogenetic Diversity among Prokaryotic Species and as yet Uncultured Strains (E. Stackebrandt). Diversity of Viruses (M. ...

  • A Beginner´s Guide to Microarrays

    Microarray technology is more accessible than ever, and an ever-widening field of scientists is using this technology. However, the manufacture, experimental design, and analysis of microarrays are not always straightforward, and researchers new to the field run into technical and theoretical roadblocks that can hinder progress with this powerful ...

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