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  1. Modern Food Microbiology (Food Science Texts Series) by James M. Jay, Martin J. Loessner, et all 2006-05-10
  2. Microbiology the Easy Way (Barron's Easy Way Series) by Rene Kratz Ph.D., 2005-09-01
  3. Microbiology by Lansing M. Prescott, John P Harley, et all 2004-03-02
  4. Schaum's Outline of Microbiology by I. Edward Alcamo, 1997-11-01
  5. Foundations in Microbiology: Basic Principles by Kathleen Park Talaro, 2006-09-13
  6. Microbiology Demystified by Tom Betsy, James Keogh, 2005-05-25
  7. Microbiology in Practice: A Self-Instructional Laboratory Course by Lois Beishir, 1991-04
  8. Introduction to Microbiology: A Case-History Study Approach (with CD-ROM and InfoTrac®) by John L. Ingraham, Catherine A. Ingraham, 2003-04-14
  9. Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews: Microbiology by William A Strohl, Harriet Rouse, et all 2007-08-01
  10. Techniques for Microbiology: A Student Handbook by John M. Lammert, 2006-11-03
  11. Mims' Medical Microbiology: With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access (Trauma Manual) by Richard Goering, Hazel Dockrell, et all 2007-10-03
  12. Microbiology:Alternate Edition With Disease By Body System by Robert W. Bauman, Elizabeth Machunis-Masuoka, et all 2006-12
  13. Rapid Review Microbiology and Immunology: With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access (Rapid Review) by Ken S. Rosenthal, James S. Tan, 2006-11-15
  14. Koneman's Color Atlas and Textbook of Diagnostic Microbiology (Color Atlas & Textbook of Diagnostic Microbiology) by Elmer W. Koneman, 2005-11-01

41. Society For Industrial Microbiology
The Society for Industrial microbiology (SIM) is a professional society dedicated to the advancement of the microbiological sciences especially as they apply
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42. Department Of Biology
Offers majors in biology, botany, microbiology and zoology. Faculty, research, graduate and undergraduate programs, courses, calendar, history and seminars.
Department of Biology
3258 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3258
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Welcome to the Department of Biology!
The mission of the Department of Biology is to provide high quality education in biological sciences to our students, to advance the body of scientific knowledge through scholarly research, and to provide technical and educational expertise locally, nationally and internationally. This mission can only be achieved through the recruitment, retention and support of the highest quality faculty, staff and students.
The Department of Biology plays a central role in the university by providing fundamental lecture and laboratory courses introducing biological principles to students majoring in agriculture, architecture, business, engineering, geosciences, liberal arts, science and veterinary medicine. We also provide modern and comprehensive B.S. and B.A. curricula in Biology, Botany, Cell and Molecular Biology, Microbiology and Zoology for more than 1300 undergraduate majors.
Our graduate programs prepare scientists for careers in academia, industry and government and play an essential role in enhancing an understanding of the central role of biological systems in the global environment. Our faculty also provide expertise outside the university in service on scientific advisory and editorial boards, in evaluation of scientific innovations and the importance of biological systems to society, and in helping Texas and the United States meet the challenges of the future.

43. FEMS - Federation Of European Microbiological Societies
FEMS microbiology Website Federation of European Microbiological Societies

Research projects and publications (University of Rhode Island, USA).
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This site contains information about the people research publications facilities and funding sources of the Laboratory of Soil Ecology and Microbiology at the University of Rhode Island. You can also find useful resources on different aspects of soil ecology and microbiology, and lab news and events
Who are we?
The Laboratory of Soil Ecology and Microbiology got started in 1994 as a collaboration between Josef Gorres and José Amador . Currently there are five people associated with the lab: Josef and José are both faculty in the Dept. of Natural Resources Science, Erika Nicosia is a research assistant, and Tracey Daly and Marty Seeger are undergraduate research assistants.
What do we do?
Among our research interests are:
  • The role of free-living nematodes and protozoa in nutrient cycling in soil The structure of soil and how it affects the activities of soil biota Biogeochemistry and water quality functions of riparian areas and other landscape features Earthworms and their effects on nutrient availability, soil structure and microbial and microfaunal ecology

45. 3M Microbiology Home Page
Electronic Pipettor is a selfcalibrating, microprocessor-based system.
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46. Microbiology -- Home
ASM Home May Clinical microbiology Issues Update 5/20/2004 The May edition of the Clinical microbiology Issues Update has been posted by the Office of Public Affairs.
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47. HACCP For Excellence - Technical Consultancy, Microbiology, Food Safety And Hygi
Technical, quality and microbiology consultancy to the food and drink industry.
HACCP for Excellence
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HACCP for Excellence is a technical consultancy to the food, drinks and catering industries, providing support in HACCP, HACCP assessment, microbiology, Assured Safe Catering and continuous improvement for business excellence.
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) was developed in the 1960s in the United States to ensure food safety for the first NASA manned space missions. Since then, HACCP principles have been defined and endorsed in international food standards, and in European and UK legislation.
HACCP is now the internationally recognised food safety methodology. Assured Safe Catering is a system based upon HACCP principles, developed for caterers to ensure food safety. Manufacturers should operate a HACCP system in order to be certain of complying with current and forthcoming food legislation. Catering establishments can achieve valuable benefits by using HACCP or Assured Safe Catering. Many major retail outlets now insist on HACCP implementation, and it is a requirement of the BRC Technical Standard for suppliers of Private Label products.

48. Kluwer Academic Publishers - Microbiology
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49. Cantacuzino Institute
Technical and scientific medical unit within the Ministry of Health involved in the development and application of programmes aiming at preventing and controlling infectious diseases.
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National Institute of Research and Development for Microbiology and Immunology "Cantacuzino"
in infectious diseases prevention and control

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Splaiul Independentei 103, Sector 5, Bucharest 050096, ROMANIA
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50. Kluwer Academic Publishers - Quantitative Microbiology
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51. Blackwell Synergy - Cookie Absent
Publishes original research and review articles reporting new developments in the genetics, molecular biology and biochemistry of prokaryotic and eukaryotic microorganisms, and covers the most important advances in bacterial pathogenicity.

52. Microbiology And Immunology
University of Leicester, microbiology Immunology. COURSES Frequently Asked Questions. microbiology Newsroom Influenza Latest. microbiology Video Library.
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53. Index
The NML is a high containment laboratories, for human and animal health located in the Canadian Science Centre for Human and Animal Health in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Provides information on research, training and activities.

54. Microbiology Video Library
University of Leicester, microbiology Video Library. COURSES What s new Frequently Asked Questions. microbiology Newsroom. LabWork Online Experiments.
Microbiology Video Library
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Microbiology I
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Last Updated: January 2003 The Microbiology Video Library now has videos on over 300 topics You can now buy the Microbiology Video Library on CD
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Frequently Asked Questions about these videos Broadcast quality (520 line) digital video is also available for all topics in the index , supplied on PAL format miniDV tape with accompanying notes. If you are interested in using these videos, please contact Dr Alan Cann . We also undertake specific video commissions - please contact us for details. "Particularly impressive are the wide variety of easily downloaded high quality images and short QuickTime movies. These may be particularly useful for staff to use for PowerPoint lectures and for student presentations ... a useful source of information for both staff and students" Microbiology Today , August 2002
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55. Molecular Microbiology, University Of Groningen, The
Research on transport proteins, with emphasis on tranlocation and structurefunction analysis. Introduction to projects, publications, theses and staff at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands.

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Molecular Microbiology
University of Groningen The objective of the research in our group is to elucidate the molecular mechanisms of bacterial protein export and solute transport. The solute transport systems are studied in bacteria, archaea and lower eukaryotes. The emphasis of the work is on the energetics and kinetics of the translocation processes, and the structure analysis of the proteins; the role of transport processes in the physiology of the micro-organisms is also studied.
Research units with own homepages:
Protein Secretion
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Multi Drug Resistance
Structure and function of secondary transporters

Penicillin secretion Any comments or questions ? Mail Prof.A.J.M.Driessen; University of Groningen, Dept of Molecular Microbiology, Kerklaan 30, 9751 NN Haren, The Netherlands, fax 0031-50-3632154, tel 0031-50-3632150

56. Microbiologist Seeks Employment
Ph.D., M.S.P.H. Resume and CV. Experience includes all areas of microbiology to include virology (both serology and viral isolation), parasitology, mycology, tuberculosis, and clinical immunology.
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I have developed and applied skills in microbiology and infection control , supervised as many as 26 employees in large (500 bed hospitals) reference laboratories. My experience includes all areas of microbiology to include virology (both serology and viral isolation), parasitology mycology tuberculosis , and clinical immunology . I taught in active training programs in these centers for many specialties to include infectious disease pathology , and medical technology . I have been an invited lecturer at University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, and I am a contributing author to the textbook used in that program.
I have built complex relational databases in Access and Paradox for management of laboratory supply operations. I have designed a laboratory computer system featuring edit checks and conditional branching logic. I was a reviewer at the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research - Anti-Infectives at the Food and Drug Administration . I have written many computer applications that improved operations, and cut costs. I have used

57. Table Of Contents
Purushothama V. Dasaraju and Chien Liu. microbiology of the Circulatory System. Lawrence L. Pelletier, Jr. microbiology of the Gastrointestinal Tract.
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Immunology Overview
Armond S. Goldman and Bellur S. Prabhakar
Charles Patrick Davis, David Niesel and Gail Woods Milton R. J. Salton and Kwang-Shin Kim Ellen Jo Baron Peter Jurtshuk, Jr. Randall K. Holmes and Michael G. Jobling Charles Patrick Davis Johnny W. Peterson John B. Robbins, Rachel Schneerson and Shousun C. Szu Philip S. Brachman John A. Washington Harold C. Neu and Thomas D. Gootz Timothy Foster Maria Jevitz Patterson

58. BioTech Science Resources
Excellent directory of WWW Lab Protocols/Methodology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, microbiology, Medicine, Ecology, Evolution resources from Indiana Univ.

59. Introduction To Clinical Microbiology Table Of Contents
Introduction To Clinical microbiology.
Introduction To Clinical Microbiology University of Texas - Houston Medical School , DPALM MEDIC , All rights reserved.

60. Foodborne Illness
Food microbiology online course complimenting 'The microbiology of Safe Food' book.
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Chapter 3: Foodborne illness
The WHO have a useful factsheet on food safety and foodborne illness ( factsheet See Food poisoning micro-organisms for more details on specific organisms
Food poisoning statistics
The general public perception of food poisoning numbers is that outbreaks and numbers of cases are increasing at an alarming rate. Whereas in fact the numbers of cases due to Salmonella and E. coli O157 has been decreasing in recent years, whilst Campylobacter and viral agents of gastroenteritis have remained relatively constant. [Reference: Anon (1999d) Where have all the gastrointestinal infections gone? Eurosurveillance Weekly ] Why? Is there a difference between the two groups? My personal view point is that possibly the message of cooking food thoroughly is being better implemented, hence the decrease in incidences of food poisoning bacteria associated with improperly cooked foods. In contrast, the message of cross-contamination has not received such an emphasis. Organisms such as SRSV do not multiply on food, but are transmitted via food. Campylobacter jejuni is easily killed during cooking and is not a sporeformer. However it has a low infectious dose and is associated with cross-contamination. The infectious dose and probability of infection (P

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