Molecular Typing in Bacterial Infections covers common bacterial
pathogenic agents, with the most effective methods for their
identification and classification in the light of their specific
epidemiology. The book will be a valuable resource for molecular
typing of infectious diseases agents encountered in both the
research and hospital clinical lab settings, as well as culture
collections. Each chapter provides an overview of molecular
approaches to typing bacterial pathogens. Part I gives a general
overview of typing methods used in the traditional microbiology
laboratory in comparison to molecular methods of epidemiology. In
Part II, the relative strengths and weaknesses of the different
methods applicable to the specific agents of infectious diseases
are emphasized. Specific emphasis is placed on recent changes and
updates in molecular typing.
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