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1. Immunological Techniques in the Clinical laboratory
Tony Adel Slieman
2. Immunologic diagnosis of HIV and Opportunistic Infections
3. Combining Antigen Detection and Serology for the Diagnosis of Selected Infectious Diseases
Maria M. Plummer
4. Immunologic detection of Lyme Disease and related Borrelioses
5. Immunodetection of bacteria causing Brucellosis
Sukhadeo B. Barbuddhe
6. Immunological diagnostic techniques used to identify and type Pasteurella
7. Immunological tests for diarrhoea caused by diarrheagenic Escherichia coli targeting their main virulence factors
Roxane M. Piazza
8. Development and improvement of a colony blot immunoassay for the detection of thermotolerant Campylobacter species
9. Serodiagnosis of Strongyloides stercoralis infection
10. Immunological detection of Zika virus: a summary in the context of general viral diagnostics
11. Rapid immunological detection of parasitic diseases: current scenario and future needs
12. Detection of microorganisms using recombinase polymerase amplification with lateral flow dipsticks
13. Detection of microorganisms with lateral flow test strips
Immunological Methods in Microbiology, Volume 47 in the Methods in Microbiology series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on Immunological Techniques in the Clinical laboratory, Immunologic Diagnosis of HIV and Opportunistic Infections, Combining Antigen Detection and Serology for the Diagnosis of Selected Infectious Diseases, Immunologic Detection of Lyme Disease and Related Borrelioses, Immunodetection of Bacteria Causing Brucellosis, Immunological Diagnostic Techniques Used to Identify and Type Pasteurella, Immunological Tests for Diarrhea caused by Diarrheagenic Escherichia coli Targeting Their Main Virulence Factors, and much more.
- Provides the authority and expertise of leading contributors from an international board of authors
- Presents the latest release in the Methods in Microbiology series
- Includes the latest information on Immunological Methods in Microbiology
Undergraduates, graduates, academics and researchers in the field of Microbiology
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- © Academic Press 2020
- 1st May 2020
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Dr Gurtler is a Molecular biologist with extensive industry experience and expertise in DNA analysis for the identification and typing of organisms. He is known internationally as the author of the original methodology of ribotyping. He is Advisor to Geneious (Bioinformatics software company) and previous head of Molecular Biology at Austin Health Microbiology, currently Adjunct Professor at RMIT University, Editor of Journal of Microbiological Methods, Editor of Heliyon and Series Editor of Methods in Microbiology. Dr Gurtler is currently working in collaboration with Assoc. Prof Danilla Grando on ribosome analysis of E. coli isolates and association with virulence. He visits RMIT regularly to advise on experimental methods and help PhD students use Geneious Bioinformatic software.
Adjunct Professor, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
Dr. Pavia is a Microbiologist/Immunologist and an Associate Professor at the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine in Old Westbury, New York. He is also an Adjunct Associate Professor at New York Medical College. He previously worked and held research appointments at the Trudeau Institute in Saranac Lake, NY, and the Walter Reed Army Institute for Research in Washington, DC. Throughout his career, he has focused his research activities on various pathogenic microbes with a particular emphasis on the disease-causing spirochetes and certain protozoan pathogens. His research has covered multiple areas including the basic microbiologic, immunologic, molecular, diagnostic and clinical aspects of Lyme disease, syphilis, malaria and toxoplasmosis. He has published widely on these areas in peer-reviewed journals, as well as given numerous research presentations of his work at national and international conferences. As a principal investigator or co-investigator, he has received research funding from the NIH, the CDC, the J.M. Foundation, and various other organizations to support his research work. He has been a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Microbiological Methods for the past 25 years, and has been an ad-hoc reviewer for a wide range of other scientific journals.
NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine, USA