2 edition of Germ-free biology, experimental and clinical aspects found in the catalog.
Germ-free biology, experimental and clinical aspects
International Symposium on Gnotobiology (1968 Buffalo, New York)
|Statement||Edited by Edwin A. Mirand and Nathan Back.|
|Series||Advances in experimental medicine and biology,, v. 3|
|Contributions||Mirand, Edwin A., 1926- ed., Back, Nathan, ed., Roswell Park Memorial Institute., State University of New York at Buffalo. School of Pharmacy., Association for Gnotobiotics.|
|LC Classifications||QH324.4 .I5 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 423 p.|
|Number of Pages||423|
|LC Control Number||69016518|
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Mirand and Nathan Germ-free biology. Micrurgy Germ-free biology a basic technic adapted to the manipulation and observation of microscopic objects, animate or inanimate. With this definition, the first chapter of the symposium edited by James A. Reyniers begins a description of this technic as it is applied, first, to surface chemistry and the study of experimental and clinical aspects book cells, second, to botany, and then, with the development of the "germfree.
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Germfree life, biological condition characterized by the complete absence of living microorganisms. Gnotobiology comprises the study of germfree plants and animals, as well as living things in which specific microorganisms, added by experimental methods, are known to be present.
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The indigenous microbiota of humans and other animals, far from being passive bystanders, participate in a wide range of complex interactions with their host. The burgeoning field of therapeutic microbiology concerns itself with the manipulation of the indigenous microbiota in order to promote the health of the host.
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