Cholera, a problem in Third World countries, is a complicated diarrheal disease caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. The latest outbreak in Haiti and surrounding areas in 2010 illustrated that cholera remains a serious threat to public health andMoreCholera, a problem in Third World countries, is a complicated diarrheal disease caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. The latest outbreak in Haiti and surrounding areas in 2010 illustrated that cholera remains a serious threat to public health and safety. With advancements in research, cholera can be prevented and effectively treated.
Irrespective of Military or Monetary power, with ones Own Power, we can defeat this disease. The book Cholera is a valuable resource of power (knowledge) not only for cholera researchers but for anyone interested in promoting the health of people. Experts from different parts of the world have contributed to this important work thereby generating this power. Key features include the history of cholera, geographical distribution of the disease, mode of transmission, Vibrio cholerae activities, characterization of cholera toxin, cholera antagonists and preventive measures.BOOK CONTENTSChapter 1Cholera and Spatial Epidemiologyby Frank B Osei, Alfred A Duker and Alfred SteinChapter 2Evaluating Spatial and Space-Time Clustering of Cholera in Ashanti-Region-Ghanaby Frank B Osei, Alfred A Duker and Alfred SteinChapter 3Cholera in Lao P.
D. R.: Past and Presentby Satoshi Nakamura, Yutaka Midorikawa, Masami Nakatsu, Toru Watanabe, Rattanaphone Phethsouvanh, Phengta Vongphrachanh, Kongsap Akkhavong and Paul BreyChapter 4Vibrio cholerae Flagellar Synthesis and Virulenceby Anastasia R. Rugel and Karl E. KloseChapter 5Genetic Analysis of CTX Prophage and Antibiotic Resistance Determinants in Vibrio cholerae O1 Belonging to the Atypical El Tor Biotype from Kelantan, Malaysiaby Choo Yee Yu, Geik Yong Ang and Chan Yean YeanChapter 6Integration of Global Regulatory Mechanisms Controlling Vibrio Cholerae Behaviorby Jorge A.
Benitez and Anisia J. SilvaChapter 7The Cholera Toxin as a Biotechnological Toolby Olivera Noelia, Maia Cédola and Ricardo M GómezChapter 8Brefeldin A and Exo1 Completely Releave the Block of Cholera Toxin Action by a Dipeptide Metalloendoprotease Substrateby Davy Vanden Broeck and Marc J.S.
De WolfChapter 9Structure Based Design of Cholera Toxin Antagonistsby Črtomir Podlipnik and Jose J. ReinaChapter 10Evidence Based Treatment of Cholera: A review of Existing Literatureby Marzia Lazzerini...P.S. Why are you down here. Grab your copy now!=====================Dear Readers:We are dedicated to providing our customers with cutting edge information with the latest and most popular ebooks & hot topics at very affordable prices. Our mission is to create positive change in your life. We carry hundreds of unique titles including Cholera under many categories for your convenience.
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