Salmonella in Domestic Animals Edition 2

Edited by Paul Barrow and Ulrich Methner
Hardback
August 2013
9781845939021
More details
  • Publisher
    CABI
  • Published
    1st August 2013
  • ISBN 9781845939021
  • Language English
  • Pages 520 pp.
  • Size 6.75" x 9.5"
$282.90

Salmonella remains a major cause of economic loss in domestic livestock and human food poisoning worldwide. In the last 10 years there have been major advances in understanding the salmonella organism, meaning a compiled source of the new research is urgently needed. With fully updated chapters and new coverage of genome structure, virulence, vaccine development, molecular methods for epidemiology and exotics, this second edition is an invaluable resource for researchers of animal and human health.

Part 1: Characteristics

1. Taxonomy
2. Structure
3. Fimbriae and Flagella
4. Genomics

Part 2: Virulence

5. Virulence and Genetic Basis
6. Genetic Resistance/Susceptibility
7. Antibiotic Resistance
8. Immunity to Salmonella

Part 3: Animal Infection

9. Fowl
10. Turkey
11. Duck
12. Cattle
13. Pig
14. Sheep
15. Horse
16. Dogs and Cats
17. Exotic

Part 4: Epidemiology and Intervention

18. Public Health
19. Salmonella in Feed
20. Environmental Sources
21. CE
22. Vaccination - Theory and Practice
23. Epidemiology and HACCP
24. Legislation and Surveillance
25. New Approaches to Typing
26. Other Approaches

Paul Barrow

Paul Barrow is at University of Surrey, UK.

Ulrich Methner

Ulrich Methner is at the Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut, Germany.