W.B. Saunders Company, 1998 - 504 pages
Introducing a comprehensive, yet concise, textbook of microbiology! This new resource offers the brevity and user-friendliness required by the typical medical student, while still providing the necessary depth in its coverage of both basic and clinical microbiology. It equips readers to efficiently meet the requirements of a medical program, prepare for certification examinations, or update their knowledge. A volume in the Saunders Text And Review series (STARS).
Bacteria and Bacterial Diseases
BACTERIAL CLASSIFICATION STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
Human immunodeficiency virus
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