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Fields Virology

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Established for 20 years as the definitive virology reference, the two-volume classic Fields Virology is in its thoroughly revised, updated Fifth Edition. More than 100 world-renowned investigators provide encyclopedic coverage of every aspect of contemporary virology, including the pathogenesis of viral diseases and the molecular biology, replication, and clinical significance of all known virus families.

This edition has many new international contributing authors and a greater emphasis on clinical relevance. Coverage includes new material on viruses and biodefense, emerging and re-emerging viruses, the human virome, mononegavirales, and henipaviruses. This edition also has a new two-color design and a revised art program unifying replication and virions images.

A new bound-in CD-ROM contains a viral image bank.

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Diagnostic Molecular Microbiology: Principles and Applications

Diagnostic Molecular Microbiology: Principles and Applications Lowest used price: $11.84

Ebola: Through the Eyes of the People

Ebola: Through the Eyes of the People Lowest new price: $10.00
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Author: William T. Close

At a Catholic Mission in Yambuku, an oasis of peace and efficiency in northern Congo's vast jungle forests, Mabalo Lokela, a teacher, receives an anti-malarial shot for a raging fever and headache. Sister Lucie, a Flemish nursing sister, swishes out a syringe with a weak disinfectant. The next patients are injected with the same syringe and the sick man's virus spreads.

Lokela was the first Congolese victim of a new African hemorrhagic disease that became known as Ebola fever. When Sister Lucie dies a few days later, panic erupts and hospitalized patients flee into the forest. With the convent connected to the outside world by a single primitive radio, the mission nuns can only pray and wonder if anyone will act on their cries for help.

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Pneumonia Essentials 2010

Pneumonia Essentials 2010 Lowest new price: $21.43
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Author: Burke A. Cunha
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NEW! Updated for 2010! The World's Leading Experts Provide all the 'Essentials' Needed to Manage Patients in the Office, on the Ward, and in the Intensive Care Unit! Pneumonia Essentials is a concise, practical, and authoritative guide to the diagnosis, evaluation, treatment, and prevention of community-acquired pneumonia (CAP), nursing home-acquired pneumonia (NHAP), nosocomial (hospital-acquired) pneumonia (NP), tuberculosis (TB), chronic pneumonias, and pneumonias in the immunocompromised host. Topics include: Community- and hospital-cquired pneumonias TB and chronic pneumonias Pneumonias in compromised hosts Chest x-rays Atlas


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Justinian's Flea: Plague, Empire, and the Birth of Europe

Justinian's Flea: Plague, Empire, and the Birth of Europe Lowest new price: $7.00
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Author: William Rosen

A richly told story of the collision between nature’s smallest organism and history’s mightiest empire

The Emperor Justinian reunified Rome’s fractured empire by defeating the Goths and Vandals who had separated Italy, Spain, and North Africa from imperial rule. In his capital at Constantinople he built the world’s most beautiful building, married its most powerful empress, and wrote its most enduring legal code, seemingly restoring Rome’s fortunes for the next five hundred years. Then, in the summer of 542, he encountered a flea. The ensuing outbreak of bubonic plague killed five thousand people a day in Constantinople and nearly killed Justinian himself.

In Justinian’s Flea, William Rosen tells the story of history’s first pandemic—a plague seven centuries before the Black Death that killed tens of millions, devastated the empires of Persia and Rome, left a path of victims from Ireland to Iraq, and opened the way for the armies of Islam. Weaving together evolutionary microbiology, economics, military strategy, ecology, and ancient and modern medicine, Rosen offers a sweeping narrative of one of the great hinge moments in history, one that will appeal to readers of John Kelly’s The Great Mortality, John Barry’s The Great Influenza, and Jared Diamond’s Collapse.

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The Great Influenza: The Epic Story of the Deadliest Plague in History

The Great Influenza: The Epic Story of the Deadliest Plague in History Lowest new price: $39.99
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Author: John M. Barry

No disease the world has ever known even remotely resembles the great influenza epidemic of 1918. Presumed to have begun when sick farm animals infected soldiers in Kansas, spreading and mutating into a lethal strain as troops carried it to Europe, it exploded across the world with unequaled ferocity and speed. It killed more people in twenty weeks than AIDS has killed in twenty years; it killed more people in a year than the plagues of the Middle Ages killed in a century. Victims bled from the ears and nose, turned blue from lack of oxygen, suffered aches that felt like bones being broken, and died. In the United States, where bodies were stacked without coffins on trucks, nearly seven times as many people died of influenza as in the First World War.

In his powerful new book, award-winning historian John M. Barry unfolds a tale that is magisterial in its breadth and in the depth of its research, and spellbinding as he weaves multiple narrative strands together. In this first great collision between science and epidemic disease, even as society approached collapse, a handful of heroic researchers stepped forward, risking their lives to confront this strange disease. Titans like William Welch at the newly formed Johns Hopkins Medical School and colleagues at Rockefeller University and others from around the country revolutionized American science and public health, and their work in this crisis led to crucial discoveries that we are still using and learning from today.

The Washington Post’s Jonathan Yardley said Barry’s last book can “change the way we think.” The Great Influenza may also change the way we see the world.

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Outbreak: Disease Detectives at Work (Discovery!)

Outbreak: Disease Detectives at Work (Discovery!) Lowest new price: $3.18
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Author: Mark P., Jr. Friedlander

What happens when a strange new illness affects many people all at once? Epidemiologists - the disease detectives - are called in to investigate the situation. The recent outbreaks of West Nile Virus, avian flu, and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) have presented unique challenges to epidemiologists. In all-new sections, this updated edition reveals the efforts involved in identifying and containing the spread of these life-threatening diseases. Also included is the latest information on HIV/AIDS, as well as a special section about the difficulties involved in dealing with deliberate acts of bioterrorism, such as anthrax attacks. Outbreak takes a look at epidemics and pandemics that have plagued people throughout history, and the men and women responsible for battling them.

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Homoeopathy in Epidemic Diseases

Homoeopathy in Epidemic Diseases Lowest new price: $6.18
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Author: Dr. Dorothy Shepherd

Suitable for both the novice and the experienced practitioner, this book gives vital information for dealing with epidemic diseases. The author explains how homeopathic remedies can be used to overcome measles, scarlet fever, influenza, whooping cough, chicken pox, mumps, diptheria, and other ailments without side effects.

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Interpreting Epidemiologic Evidence: Strategies for Study Design and Analysis

Interpreting Epidemiologic Evidence: Strategies for Study Design and Analysis Lowest new price: $38.50
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Author: David A. Savitz

Evaluating the strength or persuasiveness of epidemiologic evidence is inherently challenging, both for those new to the field and for experienced researchers. There are a myriad of potential biases to consider, but little guidance about how to asses the likely impact on study results. This book offers a strategy for assessing epidemiologic research findings, explicitly describing the goals and products of epidemiologic research in order to better evaluate it successes and limitations. The focus throughout is on practical tools for making optimal use of available data to assess whether hypothesized biases are operative and to anticipate concerns at the point of study design in order to ensure that needed information is generated. Specific tools for assessing the presence and impact of selection bias in both cohort and case-control studies, bias from non-response, confounding, exposure measurement error, disease measurement error, and random error are identified and evaluated. The potential value of each approach as well as its limitations are discussed, using examples from the published literature. Such information should help those who generate and interpret epidemiologic research to apply methodological principles more effectively to substantive issues, leading to a more accurate appraisal of the current evidence and greater clarity about research needs.

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Handbook of Industrial Cell Culture: Mammalian, Microbial, and Plant Cells

Handbook of Industrial Cell Culture: Mammalian, Microbial, and Plant Cells Lowest new price: $99.10
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A diverse team of researchers, technologists, and engineers describe, in simple and practical language, the major current and evolving technologies for improving the biocatalytic capabilities of mammalian, microbial, and plant cells. The authors present state-of-the-art techniques, proven methods, and strategies for industrial screening, cultivation, and scale-up of these cells, and describe their biotech and industrial uses. Special emphasis is given to the solving critical issues encountered during the discovery of new drugs, process development, and the manufacture of new and existing compounds. Other topics include recombinant protein expression, bioinformatics, high throughput screening, analytical tools in biotechnology, DNA shuffling, and genomics discovery.

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