Models of Anaerobic Infection
Proceedings of the third Anaerobe Discussion Group Symposium held at Churchill College, University of Cambridge, July 30-31, 1983, followed by the abstracts of the first meeting of the Society for Intestinal Microbial Ecolog
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|Format: ||Paperback, 300 pages, Softcover Repri Edition|
|Published In: ||Netherlands, 01 December 2011|
The ADG held its first International Symposium at Churchill College, Cambridge, in July 1979. The second symposium was also held at Churchill College on 30-31 July, 1981, and this, the third, took place at the same college on 30-31 July,. 1983. The meeting was structured in a format which we hoped would appeal to the full range of our membership. The philosophy of the ADG is that medical microbiologists, veterinarians, toxicologists and dental bacteriologists have much to learn from each other and can best be achieved by bringing these various disciplines together frequently and in informal surroundings. Again the symposium was very generously sponsored by May and Baker Limited who met all costs of the meeting and entertained us splendidly. David Jackson and Donald Bedford were re- sponsible for coordinating with the ADG on behalf of May and Baker and, as usual, gave us their full cooperation. This book contains the full-length papers, followed by the posters presented at the meeting. This book also serves as a vehicle for the abstracts of the first meeting of the Society for Intestinal Microbial Ecology and Disease, SIMED, held in Boston, Massachusetts. An introduction to this new society by its President, Sydney M. Finegold, M.D., precedes the abstracts. M.J. Hill VI CONTENTS Preface v List of contributors VIII Introduction to the Anaerobe Discussion Group M.J. Hill XI A guinea-pig model demonstrating synergy between Escherichia coli and Bacteroides fragilis in infected surgical wounds.
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A guinea-pig model demonstrating synergy between Escherichia coli and Bacteroides fragilis in infected surgical wounds..- An animal model of peritonitis and the effect of anti-microbial prophylaxis and therapy..- The pathology of animal models of antibiotic-associated colitis..- Bacterioides fragilis, Propionibacterium acnes and Peptostreptococcus anaerobius in experimental otitis media in guinea-pig..- Success and failure in the association of anaerobes from human subgingival plaque with conventional and gnotobiotic rats..- Enterocolitis in pigs..- Animal models of Clostridium spiroforme-mediated diarrhoea (iota enterotoxaemia) of rabbits..- Ovine footrot: Histopathology of a synergic disease..- A model for investigating polymorph function in the presence of nonsporing anaerobes..- Effect of Bacteroides fragilis lipopolysaccharide and capsular polysaccharide on polymorph function and serum killing..- The influence of Bacteroides sp. on the opsonic activity of human serum and its effect on the phagocytosis of various bacteria..- In vitro and in vivo studies on the Pertubation of host defence by black-pigmented Bacteroides species..- In vivo metabolism in the rumen fermentation..- Mathematical models..- The application of continuous culture techniques to the study of oral anaerobes..- In vitro models of the mammalian caecum and colon..- Tissue culture systems for the examination of bacterial virulence..- Adherence in anaerobes: An in vitro model of adhesion in Clostridium difficile..- Adhesion in Clostridia..- Posters presented at the Third Anaerobe Discussion Group Symposium, 1983.- to the Society for Intestinal Microbial Ecology and Disease by S.M. Finegold.- Abstracts of the first meeting of the Society for Intestinal Microbial Ecology and Disease, Boston, Massachusetts, 1983.
`This book would be most useful as a reference material for laboratory workers and clinicians deeply involved in studies of anaerobic infections.' Canadian Veterinary Journal, 26 (1985)
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