Attachment to host cells or tissues is often the first step in the establishment of bacterial infections a complex array of recognition attachment and virulence factors is involved in this process which recent research has greatly illuminated. Get this from a library bacterial adhesion to animal cells and tissues itzhak ofek david l hasty ronald j doyle bacterial pathogenesis is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to bacterial pathogenesis for both students and researchers the authors integrate material from pathogenic microbiology . The adhesion of bacteria to host cells is a critical event in the development of bacterial infections knowledge of the molecular mechanisms of this process is key to understanding an essential step in pathogenesis and to identifying potential targets for antimicrobial therapy. Bacterial adhesion to cells and tissues by itzhak ofek and ronald j doyle chapman hall 1994 gbp5900 hbk ix 578 pages isbn 0 412 03011 x
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