Bacterial Pathogenesis: A Molecular Approach

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ASM Press, 2011 - Medical - 526 pages
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Written as a text for one-semester microbiology courses, the third edition of the highly acclaimed Bacterial Pathogenesis draws together the latest research to help students explore the mechanisms by which bacterial pathogens cause infections in humans and animals. It features two additional authors who offer new points of view to ensure that all facets of the field are thoroughly explored. Readers will discover the strategies that bacterial pathogens use to survive and multiply within their hosts as well as the strategies that hosts use to fend off infections. At the same time, the text's eng

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Brenda A. Wilson resides in Arizona; where she was born and raised. She is planning her wedding for the winter of 2003. She has two children; a daughter in the Air Force and a son 9, at home. Brenda is pursuing her A.A.S. in Social Services, which will be complete in the summer of 2004. She also holds a Medical Assisting degree, Secretarial degree, Private Investigator degree and many awards and certificates for her volunteer service within the community. Brenda is also an ordained Pastor with a Bachelor of Divinity and a Pastoral Counselor degree.

She enjoys time with her family, music, reading, gardening and of course writing. She has published articles on the Internet in "Blogging Network," but this is the first published book, in what she hopes will be many. She has been an avid writer since the age of 12.

Brenda and her future husband plan on moving back to the White Mountains of Arizona within three to four years. They have property there and have hopes of building a church and counseling facility. Her desire is to serve the Lord in whatever capacity is His will.

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