- Author:James P. Nataro,Paul S. Cohen,Harry L. T. Mobley,Jeffrey N. Weiser
- Publisher:ASM Press; 1 edition (January 17, 2005)
- Pages:456 pages
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Request PDF On Jan 1, 2008, Susanne Suter-Stricker and others published James P. Nataro, Paul S. Cohen, Harry .
Request PDF On Jan 1, 2008, Susanne Suter-Stricker and others published James P. The report in this issue by North and associates reminds us of the enduring need for the surgeon to be able, at times, to visualize the mucosal aspect of the colon in making optimal management decisions. After all, surgeons have known for some time that most of the pathological conditions demanding their intervention are detectable on the mucosal surface.
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More of it is contained in Colonization of Mucosal Surfaces, by James P. Mobley and Jeffrey N. Weiser, which gives an overview on the role of mucosal surfaces as part of our immune system and its interaction with micro-organisms.
Colonization of Mucosal Surfaces is a state-of-the-art presentation of the .
Colonization of Mucosal Surfaces is a state-of-the-art presentation of the opposing evolutionary forces that ultimately determine the health of host organisms and survival of pathogenic microorganisms. Colonization of Mucosal Surfaces.
Back to Top Article Outline. It is divided into separate sections dealing with the respiratory, gastrointestinal, and the urogenital tracts. Purpose: The purpose is to provide an overview of the mammalian mucosa
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James P. Cohen, Harry Mobley. A presentation of the opposing evolutionary forces that ultimately determine the health of host organisms and survival of pathogenic microorganisms. Provides an in-depth examination of the complex ecosystems of the mammalian mucosa and the successful adaptations of microorganisms that enable them to effectively colonize these surfaces. Covers colonization of the respiratory tract, the gastrointestinal tract, and the genitourinary tract and considers the various organisms present at these surfaces.
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Since mucosal surfaces may be simultaneously colonized by multiple species, the success of an organism may be determined by its ability to compete with co-inhabitants of its niche. To explore the contribution of host factors to polymicrobial competition, a murine model was used to study the initiation of colonization by Haemophilus influenzae and Streptococcus pneumoniae. Both bacterial species, which occupy a similar microenvironment within the nasopharynx, persisted during colonization when given individually.
Colonization of mucosal surfaces. Eds: Nataro, J. Cohen, P. Mobley, H. L. Weiser, J. ASM Press; chapter 18, Aggregation and disperal on mucosal surfaces. Jansen AM, Lockatell V, Johnson DE, Mobley HL. 2004. Mannose-resistant Proteus-like fimbriae are produced by most Proteus mirabilis strains infecting the urinary tract, dictate the in vivo localization of bacteria, and contribute to biofilm formation. Jansen AM, Lockatell CV, Johnson DE, Mobley HL. 2003. Visualization of Proteus mirabilis morphotypes in the urinary tract: the.