ISBN 9788181894984,Textbook Of Bacteriology

Textbook Of Bacteriology

Author:

Vinod Singh

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ISBN 9788181894984
Publisher

IBDC Publisher

Publication Year 2010
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788181894984

ISBN-10 8181894987
Binding

Hard Back

Language (English)
Subject

Medicine: general issues

This book is a result of continued demand of students of undergraduate and post-graduate courses of paramedical, medical and basic microbiology. The existing lacuna in the areas of diagnostics and therapeutic bacteriology has been tried to be done away with through this text. This book shall quench the thirst for knowledge of the students of biomedical sciences, microbiology, biotechnology, nursing, physiotherapy, dental and other allied courses. The book comprehensively covers the aspects on basic mechanismsof Life cycle, pathogenesis, laboratory diagnosis, immunity and structural aspects of bacterial diversities.

About the Author
Dr. Vinod Singh is currently Associate Professor with Department of Microbiology of Barkatullah University, Bhopal, M.P,India. His areas of specialization are Microbiology and Immunology. He has a long experience of working in areas of Clinical and Diagnostic Microbiology. He did his Post Graduate in Life Sciences with specialization in Immunology and Clinical Biochemistry from Institute of Life Sciences of CSJM University, Kanpur and Doctorate in Serology and Immunology from Department of Medicine of King George Medical College (KGMC),Lucknow.

He started his Research carrier working in the area of Immunology on the project sponsored by Department of Atomic Energy (DOE) of India on Study of Effect of Chronic and Acute Microwave Radiation on Immunological System of Belgian White Rabbits at Electrical Engineering Department of Indian Institute of Medical Sciences (I.I.T) Kanpur, and after that on the Role of Antinuclear Antibodies (ANA) specifities in the Patients of Systemic Lupus Erythromatosous(SLE) and Rheumatoid Arthritis from Clinical Immunology Unit of Department of All India Institute of Medical Sciences ( A.I.I.M.S) New Delhi.
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