Veterinary Microbiology

Date of publication:2011-1   Press: Li Yijing, higher education press (2011-01)   Author:Li Yijing   Pages:345  

"Veterinary Microbiology" is the ordinary higher education eleven “ five ” the national planning materials. The book consists of 3 sections and 19 chapters, the first chapter on the basic characteristics of bacteria, viruses, fungi as the main line, and compare with the main characteristics of other microorganisms, including morphology and structure, physiology and biochemistry, cultivation and breeding, heredity and variation, classification and nomenclature, infection and disease and microbiological examination procedures and methods; the second chapter and the third chapter focuses on Veterinary Microbiology different pathogenic bacteria, viruses and morphological characteristics, an important zoonotic pathogen culture characteristics, physicochemical properties, pathogenicity and pathogenic mechanism, antigenicity and immunity and diagnosis and differential diagnosis of microbiological methods and immune prevention. The book each chapter with English abstract, for bilingual teaching and provide a reference for the development of the students' knowledge of English. For the professional knowledge to expand the students "," Veterinary Microbiology for students with electronic resources, self selection. "Veterinary Microbiology" can be used as a textbook of veterinary and related majors, but also can be used as pathogenic microorganisms related professional graduate students and teachers' reference books.
Catalogue of books

The first chapter first veterinary microbiology based bacterial basic characteristic of the first section morphology and structure of bacteria second bacterial physiological section third heredity and variation of bacteria fourth bacterial ecology section fifth bacterial classification and nomenclature of sixth external factors on bacterial effect of seventh day bacterial infection and pathogenic mechanism of section eighth bacteriological detection program and method second chapter virus basic characteristic of the first section virus overview section second virus morphology and physicochemical properties of third viral culture and proliferation of fourth section of heredity and variation of virus fifth physicochemical factors on the effects of the virus seventh virus classification section eighth viral infectious disease laboratory diagnosis of third chapter fungi basic characteristic of the first section fungal overview section second fungal morphology and structure of third fungi propagation and cultivation and identification of fourth fungal microbiological examination of fifth common pathogenic fungi and mycotoxins second bacteriological the fourth chapter other microbial section of Mycoplasma in second day third Festival Chlamydia Rickettsia fourth section helix fifth actinomycetes fifth chapter pathogenic the first section of Staphylococcus aureus The second section of Streptococcus third other aureus chapter sixth first quarter Enterobacter Enterobacteriaceae common biological characteristics of second section, third section of Escherichia coli Salmonella bacteria belonging to Jerson S in the fourth quarter fifth Shigella sixth Enterobacteriaceae bacteria belonging to the other seventh chapter Pasteurella department and related genera section Pasteurella anatipestifer is section second section third Haemophilus fourth Actinobacillus eighth chapters other aerobic or facultative anaerobic gram negative bacilli section Brucella second Pseudomonas third Legionella section fourth Bordetella genus fifth Franci S sp. sixth Vibrio chapter ninth gram negative microaerophilic and anaerobic bacillus section Campylobacter second Bacteroides third Fusobacterium fourth Helicobacter chapter tenth gram positive non Bacillus section List S sp. second Erysipelothrix third Corynebacterium fourth Mycobacterium chapter eleventh gram positive bacillus subtilis producing the first festival bacteria of the genus Clostridium second section third of chapter twelfth virological double stranded DNA virus article A poxvirus division two section section section three of herpes simplex virus adenovirus division four section polyomavirus division five papillomavirus division six section Africa CSFV school chapter thirteen single stranded DNA virus first parvovirus division two section circovirus school chapter fourteen double stranded RNA virus first reovirus division two double RNA virus I Chapter fifteen single stranded non segmented negative strand RNA virus first paramyxovirus division two section rhabdovirus school chapter sixteen single stranded RNA virus first segmented Orthomyxovirus division two section bunyavirus imperial three arenavirus school Chapter Seventeen single stranded positive unsegmented RNA virus the first section section section two section three virus flavivirus Festival togavirus division four small RNA virus division five section calicivirus division six astrovirus division eighteen chapters with reverse transcription virus first retrovirus division two hepatotropic DNA virus division nineteen chapter prion references
Chapter excerpt

The copyright page: illustration: severity 1 in the pathogenic mechanism of virus in the application of virus invades a host of diseases caused by (virulence or pathogenicity or virus expression) is the interaction between virus and host results, therefore, viral pathogenesis is multifactorial, but have a direct relationship with the pathogenicity related genes determination of virus, and the functional genes related to pathogenicity of virus plays an important role in the. Many associated with viral pathogenicity genes susceptible to gene mutation, directly affect the pathogenicity variation, such as influenza virus, foot-and-mouth disease virus and HIV virus can cause infection. 2 in the diagnosis of viral diseases in the application in the diagnosis of viral diseases, establish specific, sensitive, rapid molecular diagnosis technology is very necessary. First of all, to identify highly conserved sequences of viral nucleic acid, can be applied to PcR gene diagnosis technique; secondly, to find the virus specific from highly conserved sequences in the conservative epitopes, so that using monoclonal antibodies specific to establish immunoassay. But many viruses, its genome easy variation, leading to new genotype or subtype and the new strain, seriously affecting the monitoring and diagnosis of viral diseases and epidemic situation. Especially for the high mutation rate of viral infections (such as the flu) monitoring and prediction of diagnosis and epidemiology, basic data needs the virus genetic variation. The biological chip for diagnosis of viral diseases, regardless of the gene chip and protein chip design and manufacturing, are in the full understanding of virus genetic variation of background information. 3 in the treatment of viral diseases is used only in the application of sufficient understanding of heredity and variation of the virus, can design according to viral replication, pathogenesis, key parts of the key target enzyme targeting drugs (such as HIV reverse transcriptase and HBDrug V polymerase), can according to the mutation alters drug design scheme to solve the problem of virus resistance. Gene therapy for the virus has been put on the agenda, and the use of nucleic acid molecules (antisense RNA ribozyme and interference, RNA), Dutch act gene and gene targeting technique in the treatment of viral diseases, structure, function and genetic variation condition of the prerequisite is to fully understand the virus genome. Application of 4 in the prevention of viral infection in the application of vaccine is the most effective way to viral diseases. Although the use of a variety of mutant virus (Jian Duzhu) can be developed to prevent virus vaccine, but how to get safe and non-toxic, no better back mutation and immune effect of vaccine has been the goal of researchers. According to the principle of the development of genetic variation, genetic engineering vaccine, polypeptide vaccine, nucleic acid vaccine by gene engineering technology. Using viral specific parasitic and integration characteristics, the molecular genetic transformation of the virus genome, can be designed to prevent one or more viral disease virus live vector monovalent or multivalent vaccine. Virus vector current widely used a retrovirus vector, vaccinia virus vector, polyhedrosis virus vector, adenovirus and adeno-associated virus vector, herpes virus and poliovirus vector etc..
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