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Models of Anaerobic Infection
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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.

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`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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