This book reflects the different efforts made by veterinary and medical doctors for better knowledge of the disease. It shows how much we depends on each other to understand better the clinical features, pathogenesis, and epidemiology of campylobacter infections and other diseases.
Table of Contents
1. Taxonomy of the Genus Campylobacter 2. Clinical Aspects of Campylobacter Infections in Humans 3. Campylobacter Jejuni in Travellers� Diarrhoea 4. Isolation of Campylobacter Jejuni from Human Faeces 5. Serotyping Campylobacter Jejuni and Campylobacter Coli on the Basis of Thermostable Antigens 6. Serotyping of Campylobacter Jejuni by Slide Agglutination Based on Heat-Labile Antigenic Factors 7. Susceptibility of Campylobacter to Antimicrobial Agents 8. Plasmids from Campylobacter 9. Serological Responses to Campylobacter Jejuni Infection 10. Diagnostic Serology for Campylobacter Jejuni Infections Using the DIG-ELISA Principle and a Comparison with Complement Fixation Test 11. Experimental Studies of Campylobacter Enteritis 12. Outer Membrane and Surface Structure of Campylobacter 13. Epidemiology of Campylobacter Infections 14. Campylobacter in Foods 15. Bovine Genital Campylobacteriosis 16. Enteric Infections With Catalase-Positive Campylobacter in Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs 17. Campylobacter Sputorum Subspecies Muscosalis