Manual of Clinical Microbiology, Volume 2
Patrick R. Murray, Ellen Jo Baron
ASM Press, 2003 - Diagnostic microbiology - 2113 pages
VOL 1 - Laboratory management; Laboratory design; Laboratory consultation, communication and information systems; The clinical microbiology laboratory infection detection, prevention and control; Diagnostic technologies in clinical microbiology; Bacteriology; Gram-positive cocci; Gram-positive rods; Gram-negative bacteria; Anaerobic bacteria; Curved and spiral-shaped gram-negative rods; Mycoplasmas and obligate intracellular bacteria; Antibacterial agents and susceptibility test methods; VOL 2 - Virology; Viruses; Human immunodeficiency viruses; Human T-Cell lymphotropic virus types 1 and 2; Herpes simplex viruses and herpes B virus; Human cytomegalovirus; Varicella-Zoster virus; Epstein-Barr virus; Human Herpesviruses 6, 7 and 8; Influenza viruses; Mumps and parainfluenza viruses; Respiratory syncytial virus; Measles and rubella viruses; Adenoviruses; Rhinoviruses; Enteroviruses; Rotaviruses, caliciviruses, astroviruses and other diarrheic viruses; Hepatitis A virus; Hepatitis B and D viruses; Hepatitis C and G viruses; Hepatits E virus; Human Papillomavirus; Human Parvoviruses; Rabies virus; Arboviruses; Filoviruses and arenaviruses; Poxviruses that infect humans; Transmissible spongiform encephalopathies; Antiviral agents and susceptibility test methods; Mechanisms of resistance to antiviral agents; Susceptibility test methods: viruses; Micology; Fungi; Antifungal agents and susceptibility test methods; Parasitology; Parasites; Antiparasitic agents and susceptibility test methods.
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