Author: William Anthony Nolte
would also like to thank the following individuals and publishers for granting permission to reproduce data or figures: Alan Dolby (Figure 6.2) and Pauline Handley (Figure 4.5, Table 4.6); American Society for Microbiology (Figure 4.5); Cambridge University Press (Figure 7.3, Table 7.7); Harwood Academic Publishers (Table 4.6); Journal of Dental Research (Tables 6.9 and 6.10); and MTP Press Ltd (Figures 2.6 and 4.2, Table 6.1). Particular thanks also go to our families who have put up with so much during the preparation of this book. P. D. Marsh, Salisbury M. V. Martin, Liverpool Preface to the second edition Oral microbiology forms an important part of the curriculum of dental students while the multidisciplinary nature of the research in this area means that studies of the adherence, metabolism and pathogenicity of oral bacteria are equally relevant to microbiologists. The success of the first edition of Oral Microbiology stems in part from the fact that the book satisfies successfully the needs of both of these groups of students as well as those of general dental practitioners, medical students and senior scientists.
Author: P. Marsh
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Oral Medicine and Pathology at a Glance is the ideal companion for all students of dentistry and recently qualified clinicians. In addition, through its focus on oral health care provision in general practice, the text will provide valuable insight for general dental practitioners wanting to update their knowledge of oral medicine and pathology, dental nurses, hygienists and therapists. --Book Jacket.
Author: Richard J. Lamont,Howard F. Jenkinson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Author: Alexander W. McCracken,R. A. Cawson
In this book, a panel of experts discuss the molecular biology of micro-organisms involved in the two major dental diseases: caries and periodontal disease. Research has focused on factors which might modulate the interaction between the resident oral bacteria and the host. Chapters deal with the interactions of oral micro-organisms with one another and with the host; the innate defense mechanisms of the host; and the development of vaccines against oral diseases. Topics include oral microbial taxonomy, identification and typing, applied genomics, horizontal gene transfer, cell-cell communication, cariogenic bacteria, aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans, porphyromonas gingivalis, treponema denticola, host-pathogen interaction, host defense mechanisms, and vaccination against oral infections. Essential reading for students and researchers in the field of oral biology and oral microbiology and a recommended book for all microbiology laboratories.Ã²
Author: Anthony H. Rogers
Publisher: Horizon Scientific Press
Now expanded and in full colour throughout, ORAL MICROBIOLOGY retains its unique ecological approach to the subject which helps the reader determine whether an organism will have a pathogenic or commensal relationship at a given site. In the new edition, greater emphasis is placed on the role of current molecular biology techniques in the understanding of oral microbes. The book also provides insight into current therapeutic and prophylactic antibiotic use, infection control, and the relationships between oral and general health. New authorship also offers additional expertise on viral and fungal pathogens and the role of oral microbes in acute and chronic infections. Successfully describes the complex relationship between the resident oral microflora and the host in health and disease Retains a unique ecological approach to the subject which benefits the reader by providing a clear set of principles to explain the underlying issues that determine whether the microflora will have a beneficial or an adverse relationship with the host at a particular site Published for the first time in full colour, Oral Microbiology has been expanded and completely rewritten with almost 100 brand new illustrations Includes discussion of the latest molecular biology techniques which have revolutionized our knowledge of oral microbes Highlights the biological and clinical significance of the existence of the oral microflora in the form of a biofilm on dental and mucosal surfaces Includes contemporary views on therapeutic and prophylactic antibiotic use, infection control, and the relationships between oral and general health New authorship offers further expertise on viral and fungal pathogens and the role of oral microbes in acute and chronic infections
Author: Philip D. Marsh,Michael V. Martin,Michael A. O. Lewis,David Williams
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Clinical Oral Microbiology describes the significant models of monomicrobial and polymicrobial mechanisms of pathogenicity to appreciate the multifactorial nature of many infections. This book provides an understanding in the development of the science and practice of clinical oral microbiology. Organized into five parts encompassing 17 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the various types of oral and dental infections. This text then describes the different environmental characteristics of the human mouth, which consists of a complex mixture of microbial species of bacteria, fungi, mycoplasma, and protozoa. Other chapters consider the relative proportions of oral microorganisms in health. This book discusses as well the interplay of the etiological factors in dental caries. The final chapter deals with the transmission of infectious agents among patients and staff within a hospital environment, which is commonly called as cross-infection. This book is a valuable resource for microbiologists, dentists, oral pathologists, clinicians, and practitioners.
Author: T. Wallace MacFarlane,Lakshman P. Samaranayake
Atlas of Oral Microbiology provides a complete description of the oral microbial systems, illustrating them with a large variety of bacteria culture images and electron microscopy photos. This work is by far the most thorough and best illustrated oral microbiology atlas available. In addition, it also describes in detail a variety of experimental techniques, including microbiological isolation, culture and identification. This valuable reference book, with its strong practical function, will serve a broad audience, and meet the needs of researchers, clinicians, teachers and students who major in biology, microbiology, immunology and infectious diseases. This monograph will also facilitate teaching and international academic exchange. Brings together interdisciplinary research on microbiology, oral biology and infectious diseases Collects a large number of oral microbial pictures, providing the most abundantly illustrated oral microbiology atlas available Describes in detail, a variety of experimental techniques, including microbiological isolation, culture and identification Provides a complete update of already existing information, as well as the latest views on oral manifestations of infections
From Healthy Microflora to Disease
Author: Xuedong Zhou,Yuqing Li
Publisher: Academic Press
New edition of a highly popular textbook on oral microbiology suitable for undergraduate and postgraduate dental students, research workers, and a wide range of clinical dental professionals Successfully describes the complex relationship between the resident oral microbiota and the host in health and disease Retains a unique ecological approach to the subject which provides a clear set of principles to explain whether the microbiota will have a beneficial or an adverse relationship with the host at a particular site Exploration of the biological and clinical significance of the oral microbiota in the form of a biofilm on dental and mucosal surfaces Completely updated throughout by a new author team! Self-assessment questions in each chapter allow readers to monitor their progress Updated design with 'Key Points' throughout aids learning Reflects the impact that the genomic era has had on the field Expanded sections on infection control as well as therapeutic and prophylactic antibiotic use New sections on the benefits of the resident oral microbiota and on current concepts of factors driving dysbiosis in periodontal disease New chapter on the emerging role of oral microorganisms in systemic diseases
Author: Philip D. Marsh,Michael A. O. Lewis,Helen Rogers,David Williams,Melanie Wilson
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone
Prepared for the Students of Advanced Dentistry
Author: George Wesley Burnett
Author: George Wesley Burnett,Henry William Scherp
Category: Bouche - Maladies
During your career, you'll encounter a full spectrum of oral conditions - some that are of dental origin and some that are manifestations of problems in other parts of the body. To fully understand where diseases come from, how they're detected, and how they're treated and prevented, rely on Oral Microbiology and Immunology. It considers all of the latest findings as it guides you from general principles and general bacteriology...virology and parasitology, oral health and disease, and applied microbiology and immunology. You'll be better prepared for clinical boards and clinical practice because the 2nd Edition includes all revisions in the nomenclature for oral micro-organisms; the latest OSHA regulations; new information about AIDS, HIV, and hepatitis control; new in vitro diagnostic tests currently on the market or being evaluated; more on T cell subsets, particularly those associated with AIDS; new data on the prevention of dental caries; classification changes for the streptococci; a greater emphasis on oral ecology and disease; and more!
Author: Russell J. Nisengard,Michael G. Newman
Publisher: W.B. Saunders Company
Written specifically for dental students, dental practitioners, and healthcare professionals, the second edition of best-selling textbook Oral Microbiology and Immunology cohesively details the ecology, virulence, molecular biology, and immunogenicity of oral bacteria, viruses, and fungi and examines their interfaces with host cells and secretions.
Author: Richard J. Lamont,George Hajishengallis,Howard F. Jenkinson
Publisher: Amer Society for Microbiology
Author: Jorgen Slot,Martin A. Taubman
Publisher: Mosby Elsevier Health Science
A unique text taking an ecological approach for dental professionals and microbiologists.
Author: Philip D. Marsh,Michael V. Martin
The Desk Encyclopedia of Microbiology aims to provide an affordable and ready access to a large variety of microbiological topics within one set of covers. This handy desk-top reference brings together an outstanding collection of work by the top scientists in the field. Covering topics ranging from the basic science of microbiology to the current "hot" topics in the field. * Provides a broad, easily accessible perspective on a wide range of microbiological topics * A synthesis of the broadest topics from the comprehensive and multi-volumed Encyclopedia of Microbiology, Second Edition * Helpful resource in preparing for lectures, writing reports, or drafting grant applications
Author: Moselio Schaechter