By Gianfranco Donelli (eds.)
The sequence will offer microbiologists, hygienists, epidemiologists and infectious illnesses experts with well-chosen contributed volumes containing up-to-date details within the components of simple and utilized microbiology related to correct concerns for public overall healthiness, together with bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections, zoonosis and anthropozoonosis, environmental and foodstuff microbiology.
The expanding possibility of the multidrug-resistant microorganisms and the comparable host immune reaction, the recent techniques for the therapy of biofilm-based, acute and persistent microbial infections, in addition to the advance of recent vaccines and extra efficacious antimicrobial medications to avoid and deal with human and animal infections should be additionally reviewed during this sequence within the mild of the newest achievements in those fields.
Special awareness could be dedicated to the quick diffusion around the world of the recent findings of the main complicated translational researches performed within the diversified fields of microbiological sciences, with the purpose to advertise a instructed validation and move at medical point of the main promising experimental results.
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