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Title The bacterial spore : from molecules to systems / edited by Adam Driks and Patrick Eichenberger.
Imprint Washington, DC : ASM Press, [2016]
©2016.

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Subject Bacterial spores.
Sporeforming bacteria.
Bacillaceae.
Clostridium.
Alt Name Driks, Adam,
Eichenberger, Patrick (Professor of biology),
Description 1 online resource (397 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summary "The first articles describing the sporulation process were published by Robert Koch and Ferdinand Cohn in the late 19th century. Although most of the work accomplished in the past 50 years has focused on the model organism Bacillus subtilis, more recent work significantly expanded the scope of sporulation research to integrate medically relevant spore pathogens, such as B. anthracis and Clostridium difficile, as well as investigations of the ecology of spore-forming species. This new direction is supported by an explosion of novel techniques that can also be applied to nonmodel organisms, such as next-generation sequencing, metagenomics, and transcriptomics. The Bacterial Spore provides a comprehensive series of reviews of the major topics in spore biology that represent intensive, cutting-edge spore research. Editors Adam Driks and Patrick Eichenberger assembled chapters written by a team of diverse and multidisciplinary experts in biodefense and microbial forensics to produce an overview of topics of spore research, such as spore molecular biology, bioremediation, systems biology, issues in biodefense, and the challenge of food safety that is accessible to any reader, regardless of expertise. The Bacterial Spore also encompasses the diversity of spore research, which will appeal to those seeking to broaden their knowledge."-- Provided by publisher.
Note English.
Contents I. General overview of the bacillaceae and clostridia -- II. The bacillaceae: bacillus subtilis -- III. The bacillaceae: bacillus anthracis -- IV. The clostridia -- V. Practical technologies.
ISBN 9781523104444 (electronic bk.)
1523104449 (electronic bk.)
9781683670780 (electronic bk.)
1683670787 (electronic bk.)
9781555819323
155581932X
9781555816759 (print ; alk. paper)
1555816754
9781683673279 (e-book)
1683673271
ISBN/ISSN 40026271013
OCLC # 945693686
Additional Format Print version: Bacterial spore. Washington, DC : ASM Press, [2016] 9781555816759 (DLC) 2016012264 (OCoLC)892895697.



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