Mycoplasmas: Molecular Biology and Pathogenesis

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Jack Maniloff
American Society for Microbiology, Jan 1, 1992 - Science - 609 pages
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This reference book provides the first thorough description of mycoplasmas in terms of their molecular biology and pathogenicity. The smallest reported microorganisms with the smallest known cell genomes, mycoplasma species are significant pathogens of humans, animals, plants and insects, as well as major contaminants of cell cultures. As a single, comprehensive reference providing current information and ideas about mycoplasma pathogenicity, this book will be extremely useful to a wide range of scientists and clinicians.

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