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Veterinary Microbiology, Third Edition is a comprehensivereference on the bacterial, fungal, and viral pathogenic agentsthat cause animal disease. Now in full color with improved imagesthroughout, the new edition has been thoroughly updated to reflectinformation from current research and diagnostic and clinicalpublications. Key changes include a review of microbial cellstructure and function and increased emphasis on the key points ofpathogenesis and host responses to infection. Organized into four sections, the Third Edition begins with anupdated and expanded introductory section on…mehr

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Veterinary Microbiology, Third Edition is a comprehensivereference on the bacterial, fungal, and viral pathogenic agentsthat cause animal disease. Now in full color with improved imagesthroughout, the new edition has been thoroughly updated to reflectinformation from current research and diagnostic and clinicalpublications. Key changes include a review of microbial cellstructure and function and increased emphasis on the key points ofpathogenesis and host responses to infection. Organized into four sections, the Third Edition begins with anupdated and expanded introductory section on infectious diseasepathogenesis, diagnosis and clinical management. The second sectioncovers bacterial and fungal pathogens, and the third sectiondescribes viral diseases and viruses. The final sectionpresents a systematic approach of describing infection and diseaseof animals. Equally useful for beginning veterinary students andseasoned practitioners, Veterinary Microbiology offers athorough introduction and reference text for veterinary infectiousdisease.

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 656
  • Erscheinungstermin: 10.05.2013
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781118650561
  • Artikelnr.: 39054224
Autorenporträt
David Scott McVey, DVM, PhD, DACVM, is Past President of ACVM and the Research Leader for the Arthropod-Borne animal Diseases Unit (USDA, Agricultural Research Service) in Manhattan, KS. Melissa Kennedy, DVM, PhD, is Past President of ACVM and Director of the Clinical Virology Diagnostic Service, College of Veterinary Medicine at University of Tennessee. M.M. Chengappa, BVSc, MVSc, MS, PhD, is Past President of ACVM and a University Distinguished Professor and Head of the Department Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas.
Inhaltsangabe
Contributors vii Preface xi Acknowledgments xiii About the Companion Website xv PART I INTRODUCTION 1 1 Pathogenicity and Virulence 3 D. ScottMcVey and Charles Czuprynski 2 Immune Responses to Infectious Agents 7 Laurel J. Gershwin 3 Laboratory Diagnosis 18 D. ScottMcVey 4 Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 26 John F. Prescott 5 Vaccines 45 Ronald D. Schultz and D. ScottMcVey PART II BACTERIA AND FUNGI 51 6 Family Enterobacteriaceae 53 Rodney Moxley 7 Enterobacteriaceae: Escherichia 62 Rodney Moxley 8 Enterobacteriaceae: Salmonella 75 Rodney Moxley 9 Enterobacteriaceae: Yersinia 85 Rodney Moxley 10 Enterobacteriaceae: Shigella 95 Rodney Moxley 11 Pasteurellaceae: Avibacterium
Bibersteinia
Mannheimia
and Pasteurella 101 Amelia R.Woolums 12 Pasteurellaceae: Actinobacillus 108 Bradley W. Fenwick and Amelia R.Woolums 13 Pasteurellaceae: Haemophilus and Histophilus 115 Amelia R.Woolums 14 Bordetella 120 Bradley W. Fenwick 15 Brucella 127 Steven Olsen and Brian Bellaire 16 Burkholderia mallei and Burkholderia pseudomallei 134 Sanjeev Narayanan 17 Francisella tularensis 139 Peter C. Iwen 18 Moraxella 145 Huchappa Jayappa and D. Scott McVey 19 Pseudomonas 148 Sanjeev Narayanan 20 Taylorella 151 Megan E. Jacob 21 Spiral-Curved Organisms I: Borrelia 155 Rance B. LeFebvre 22 Spiral-Curved Organisms II: Brachyspira (Serpulina) and Lawsonia 158 Jerome C. Nietfeld 23 Spiral-Curved Organisms III: Campylobacter and Arcobacter 167 Jerome C. Nietfeld 24 Spiral-Curved Organisms IV: Helicobacter 175 Megan E. Jacob 25 Spiral-Curved Organisms V: Leptospira 179 Rance B. LeFebvre 26 Staphylococcus 184 Mark S. Smeltzer and Karen E. Beenken 27 Streptococcus and Enterococcus 194 George C. Stewart 28 Arcanobacterium 203 T. G. Nagaraja 29 Bacillus 206 George C. Stewart and BrianM. Thompson 30 Corynebacterium 212 T.G. Nagaraja 31 Erysipelothrix 218 Timothy Frana 32 Listeria 223 Sanjeev Narayanan 33 Rhodococcus 228 Seth P. Harris and Joshua B. Daniels 34 Gram-Negative
Non-spore-Forming Anaerobes 234 T.G. Nagaraja 35 Clostridium 245 John F. Prescott 36 Filamentous Bacteria: Actinomyces
Nocardia
Dermatophilus
and Streptobacillus 263 Megan E. Jacob 37 Mycobacterium 270 Raul G. Barletta and David J. Steffen 38 Chlamydiaceae 279 Roman R. Ganta 39 Mollicutes 283 Erin L. Strait and Melissa L. Madsen 40 Rickettsiaceae and Coxiellaceae: Rickettsia and Coxiella 293 Roman R. Ganta 41 Anaplasmataceae: Ehrlichia and Neorickettsia 297 Roman R. Ganta 42 Anaplasmataceae: Anaplasma 302 Roman R. Ganta 43 Bartonellaceae 306 Bruno B. Chomel and RickieW. Kasten 44 Yeasts--Cryptococcus
Malassezia
and Candida 313 Lisa M. Pohlman and M.M. Chengappa 45 Dermatophytes 321 M.M. Chengappa and LisaM. Pohlman 46 Agents of Subcutaneous Mycoses 326 Lisa M. Pohlman and M.M. Chengappa 47 Agents of Systemic Mycoses 332 M.M. Chengappa and LisaM. Pohlman PART III VIRUSES 345 48 Pathogenesis of Viral Diseases 347 Melissa Kennedy 49 Parvoviridae and Circoviridae 353 Richard A. Hesse
Benjamin R. Trible
and Raymond R. Rowland 50 Asfarviridae and Iridoviridae 363 Melissa Kennedy 51 Papillomaviridae and Polyomaviridae 366 Melissa Kennedy 52 Adenoviridae 369 Melissa Kennedy and D. Scott McVey 53 Herpesviridae 372 Rebecca P. Wilkes 54 Poxviridae 387 Gustavo A. Delhon 55 Picornaviridae 396 Luis L. Rodriguez and Peter W. Krug 56 Caliciviridae 403 Melissa Kennedy 57 Togaviridae and Flaviviridae 408 Christopher C.L. Chase 58 Orthomyxoviridae 425 WenjunMa 59 Bunyaviridae 433 D. ScottMcVey
Barbara Drolet
and William Wilson 60 Paramyxoviridae
Filoviridae
and Bornaviridae 438 Stefan Niewiesk andMichael Oglesbee 61 Rhabdoviridae 448 Deborah J. Briggs 62 Coronaviridae 456 Udeni B.R. Balasuriya 63 Arteriviridae and Roniviridae 474 Udeni B.R. Balasuriya 64 Reoviridae 491 D. ScottMcVey
William Wilson
and Barbara Drolet 65 Birnaviridae 501 Melissa Kennedy 66 Retroviridae 503 Frederick J. Fuller 67 Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies 523 Dongseob Tark and Juergen A. Richt PART IV CLINICAL APPLICATIONS 533 68 Circulatory System and Lymphoid Tissues 535 Douglas E. Hostetler 69 Digestive System and Associated Organs 544 Douglas E. Hostetler 70 Integumentary System 555 Douglas E. Hostetler 71 Musculoskeletal System 564 Douglas E. Hostetler 72 Nervous System 570 Douglas E. Hostetler 73 Ocular Infections 577 Douglas E. Hostetler 74 Respiratory System 582 Douglas E. Hostetler 75 Urogenital System 591 Douglas E. Hostetler Index 599