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Springer; 5th edition (December 31, 1998)
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Book Condition: Former Library Book with the usual library marks, stickers, and stamps. There's a 3 inch long scratch on the front cover. Pages are in good condition, overall, and the binding is strong.

mechanisms of antimicrobial action and drug resistance has evolved significantly

mechanisms of antimicrobial action and drug resistance has evolved significantly. Completely updated and rewritten, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Antimicrobial Drug Action will be of great use to medical and biological sciences students taking courses in pharmacology, molecular biology, microbiology, biochemistry and chemotherapeutics.

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In book: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Antimicrobial Drug Action. In the current study, two molecular dynamic simulations were performed of a particular model of amphotericin B/cholesterol channel

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peptidoglycan biosynthesis 29 2. 5 Drugs that interfere with the biosynthesis of the cell wall of mycobacteria 39 2. 6 The fungal cell wall as a target for antifungal drugs 41 3 ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS AND CELL MEMBRANES 47 3. 1 Microbe killers: antiseptics and disinfectants 47 3. 2 Cationic peptide antibiotics 52 3. 3 lonophoric antibiotics 54 3. 4 Antifungal agents that interfere.

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We are a not-for-profit publisher and we support and invest in the microbiology community, to the benefit of everyone.

biochemical and molecular biology studies. The discipline of molecular biology overlaps with that of biochemistry and in many respects the aims of the two disciplines complement each other. role and natural agonist are currently unknown, present in the human genome and their exploitation for the development of new therapeutic agents;, the identication of novel disease-specic markers for the improvement of clinical.

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Completely updated and rewritten, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Antimicrobial Drug Action will be of great use to medical and biological sciences students taking courses in pharmacology, molecular biology, microbiology, biochemistry and chemotherapeutics.

This stimulating new edition of the well-respected title Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Antimicrobial Drug Action primarily covers medically important antimicrobial agents, but also includes some compounds not in current medical use, which have been invaluable as research tools in biochemistry. Since the previous edition of this book, the impact of molecular biology on our understanding of the mechanisms of antimicrobial action and drug resistance has evolved significantly. This is reflected in the book’s coverage, with new material dealing with the remarkable recent developments in unraveling the complex molecular details of drug interactions with such key targets as ribosomes and the enzymes of nucleic acid replication and microbial cell wall biosynthesis. The new addition also reviews key advances in the biochemistry and molecular biology of drug-resistant pathogens including viruses, parasitic protozoa, fungi, and the much feared ‘superbugs’ such as MRSA. Completely updated and rewritten, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Antimicrobial Drug Action will be of great use to medical and biological sciences students taking courses in pharmacology, molecular biology, microbiology, biochemistry and chemotherapeutics. Because of the wealth of information within the covers of this important book, all those involved in research into drug action and development, whether in the pharmaceutical industry or academia, will find Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Antimicrobial Drug Action invaluable. It should also be on the shelves of all libraries, in university medical schools and departments of biological sciences, biochemistry, and pharmacology.