Polymicrobial Diseases by Kim A. Brogden, Janet M. Guthmiller

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Polymicrobial Diseases

Publisher: ASM Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1555812449
ISBN-13: 9781555812447
Number of pages: 450

Polymicrobial diseases are those involving more than one etiologic agent. This book provides an overview of the current knowledge of these mixed infections in both animals and humans and explores the contribution to disease made by interacting and mutually reinforcing pathogens, which may involve bacteria, viruses, or parasites interacting with each other or bacteria interacting with fungi and viruses.

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