5 edition of Bacterial Resistance to Antimicrobials, Second Edition found in the catalog.
November 13, 2007 by CRC .
Written in English
|Contributions||Richard G. Wax (Editor), Kim Lewis (Editor), Abigail Salyers (Editor), Harry Taber (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||472|
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Bacterial Resistance to Antibiotics - Textbook of. Understanding mechanisms of resistance is crucial to the future of antimicrobial therapy. Extensively revised, with contributions from international leaders in their fields, Bacterial Resistance to Antimicrobials, Second Edition Price: $ Understanding mechanisms of resistance is crucial to the future of antimicrobial therapy.
Extensively revised, with contributions from international leaders in their fields, Bacterial Resistance to Antimicrobials, Bacterial Resistance to Antimicrobials Edition Manufacturer: CRC Press. Understanding mechanisms of resistance is crucial to the future of antimicrobial therapy.
Extensively revised, with contributions from international leaders in their fields, Bacterial Resistance to Antimicrobials, Second Edition. The two volumes included in Antimicrobial Drug Resistance, Second Edition is an updated, comprehensive and multidisciplinary reference covering the area of antimicrobial drug resistance in bacteria.
The enormous genetic flexibility of bacteria jeopardizes the usefulness of currently available antibiotics, and requires new approaches to antibiotic discovery and development. Antimicrobial resistance can be acquired in a short time frame, both by genetic mutation and by direct transfer of resistance Cited by: The catalytic function of β-lactamases is the primary cause of resistance to β-lactam antibiotics.
These enzymes hydrolyze the β-lactam ring of these versatile antibiotics, a process that inactivates the Author: Richard G. Wax, Kim Lewis, Abigail A. Salyers, Harry Taber. This is the 2nd edition of the Special Issue “Antimicrobial Resistance in Gram-negative Bacteria”.
Gram-negative bacteria possess an intrinsic resistance to many antimicrobials because of the bacterium’s outer-membrane barrier, the presence of multidrug efflux transporters, endogenous antimicrobial.
Antibiotic Resistance PDF Author Kateryna Kon Isbn File size MB Year Pages Language English File format PDF Category Free Medical Books,Pharmacology Download the Book Download Book Description: Antibiotic Resistance: Mechanisms and New Antimicrobial Approaches discusses up-to-date knowledge in mechanisms of antibiotic resistance.
Purchase The Harriet Lane Handbook of Pediatric Antimicrobial Therapy - 2nd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN This book describes antibiotic resistance amongst pathogenic bacteria. It starts with an overview of the erosion of the efficacy of antibiotics by resistance and the decrease in the rate of replacement of redundant compounds.
The origins of antibiotic resistance are then described. It is proposed that there is a large bacterial resistome which is a collection of all resistance. CLICK HERE FOR MEDICAL BOOKS FREE DOWNLOAD FOR THOSE MEMBERS WITH BLOCKED DOWNLOAD LINKS. Bacterial Resistance to Antimicrobials, Second Edition Uncategorized.
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Extensively revised, with contributions from international leaders in their fields, Bacterial Resistance to Antimicrobials, Second Edition. Focuses on combating bacterial pathogens by understanding their strategies of defense. Each chapter Bacterial Resistance to Antimicrobials with a summary of concepts, so those not actively working in the field gain an overall picture of what follows!Highlights antibiotic resistance in pathogens that poses the greatest threat to human health!Containing nearly references for additional research, Bacterial Resistance.
The evolution of antimicrobial resistance in bacteria is a complex and longstanding process that has gathered much attention by outpacing the discovery and development of new antibiotics. Controlling Bacterial Antibiotic Resistance Using Plant-Derived Antimicrobials.
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Mechanisms of bacterial resistance to antimicrobial agents include all of the following except. The development of second-line and third-line antimicrobial. The book comprises 18 chapters, ranging from preliminary chapters about the ecology of antibiotic resistance genes, to more specific chapters that examine the resistance mechanism, Author: S.
Amyes. An alarming increase in resistance of bacteria that cause community acquired infections has also been documented, especially in the staphylococci and pneumococci (Streptococcus pneumoniae), which are prevalent causes of disease and mortality.
In a recent study, 25% of bacterial. Microbial Biofilms provides an overview of the formation, structure/architecture, cell-to-cell interactions, and dispersal of fungal and bacterial biofilms. The target audience is biofilm researchers, but this second edition of the book Cited by: 2.
Antimicrobial Resistance Threats A number of pathogens are increasingly resistant to existing antibiotics and antifungals. NIAID is researching infections of growing concern to human health. Bacterial resistance to antimicrobial drugs is an increasing health and economic problem.
Bacteria may be innate resistant or acquire resistance to one or few classes of antimicrobial agents. Acquired resistance arises from: (i) mutations in cell genes (chromosomal mutation) leading to cross-resistance Cited by: Frontiers Books allows users to browse, free of charge, through the pages of Frontiers e-books and e-magazines or download the entire pdf.
You may also purchase hardcopy issues as well as other. Antimicrobial resistance has been attributed to the overuse and/or misuse of antimicrobials in humans, animals and horticulture (Levy, ).
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Antimicrobial resistance (AMR or AR) is the ability of a microbe to resist the effects of medication that once could successfully treat the microbe. The term antibiotic resistance (AR or ABR) is a subset of AMR, as it applies only to bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics.
Resistant microbes are more difficult to treat, requiring alternative medications or higher doses of antimicrobials.
The global rise in antibiotic resistance threatens to undo decades of progress in treating infectious diseases caused by bacterial pathogens (Laxminarayan and others ). Resistance to the drugs Cited by: 2. The use of antimicrobials, even when used appropriately, creates a selective pressure for resistant organisms.
However, there are additional societal pressures that act to accelerate the increase of antimicrobial resistance. Inappropriate Use. Selection of resistant microorganisms is exacerbated by inappropriate use of antimicrobials. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages): illustrations: Contents: Microbial drug resistance: a historical perspective / William C.
Summers --Ecology of antibiotic resistance genes / Abigail A. Salyers, Nadja Shoemaker, and David Schlesinger --Global response systems that confer resistance. Microbial Biofilms provides an overview of the formation, structure/architecture, cell-to-cell interactions, and dispersal of fungal and bacterial biofilms.
The target audience is biofilm researchers, but this second edition of the book. Although antimicrobial resistance is a natural biological phenomenon, it often enhanced as a consequence of infectious agents’ adaptation to exposure to antimicrobials used in humans or File Size: 2MB.
Antimicrobial Resistance in Bacteria from Livestock and Companion Animals. by Stefan Schwarz, Lina Maria Cavaco, Jianzhong Shen October The global spread of antimicrobial-resistant pathogenic bacteria. Although bacteria do develop resistance to other forms of antibiotics, there have been no reports of bacteria developing resistance to antimicrobial silver (though genes for heavy metal-resistance do exist and are linked to antibiotic-resistance.
Antimicrobial Resistance in Bacteria of Animal Origin comprehensively examines the current research on antimicrobial resistance in the main veterinary and zoonotic pathogens, including resistance to.
Antimicrobial Resistance in the Environment is divided into four parts: Part I, Sources, including ecological and clinical consequences of antibiotic resistance by environmental microbes. Part II, Fate, including strategies to assess and minimize the biological risk of antibiotic resistance.
antimicrobial resistance provided in this manner are common in the human and veterinary medical litera-ture to describe resistance to specific antimicrobials Antibiograms are a tabulation of resistance pheno-types of bacterial isolates.
Isolates are grouped on the basis of shared phenotypic resistance. The book is divided into 2 parts: “Basic Principles” and “Specific Bacterial Pathogens.” The first section, which consists of 11 chapters, is a superb overview of classic and molecular approaches to the study of bacterial pathogens, host defense mechanisms, bacterial evasion of these defenses, and by: 3.
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The development of second-line and third-line antimicrobial .