Edited By: James B Kaper and Alison D O'Brian
465 pages, Illus, figs, tabs, SEMs
This comprehensive, interdisciplinary volume covers all aspects of infections from Shiga toxin-producing bacteria, including clinical microbiology, public health, pathogenesis, renal and gastrointestinal pathophysiology, clinical management, food safety, and human and animal ecology. Organized to reflect the perspectives of experts in these diverse areas, this book is a valuable resource for those new to the field as well as the most highly focused specialists.
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