Microbiology

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  1. Book ImageMicrobiology: The Human Experience

    John W. Foster, Zarrintaj Aliabadi, Joan L. Slonczewski

    A Case-History ApproachMore

  1. Book ImageMicrobiology: The Human Experience

    John W. Foster, Zarrintaj Aliabadi, Joan L. Slonczewski

    A Case-History ApproachMore

  2. Book ImageMicrobiology: An Evolving Science

    John W. Foster, Joan L. Slonczewski

    Fourth Edition

    The most current and visually engaging introduction to general microbiology.More

  3. Book ImageMicrobiology: The Laboratory Experience

    Steven Keating

    Students get more out of their microbiology lab experience because the manual has thorough introductions that emphasize important concepts and applications---written in a uniquely-engaging authorial voice---and is accompanied by an unparalleled visual program.More

  4. Book ImageMicrobiology: The Human Experience

    John W. Foster, Zarrintaj Aliabadi, Joan L. Slonczewski

    Preliminary Edition

    A Case-History ApproachMore

  5. Book ImageMicrobiology Infectious Disease Flashcards

    Julie Harless

    A popular and innovative way to help students study for exams.More

  6. Book ImageThe Wisdom of Whores: Bureaucrats, Brothels and the Business of AIDS

    Elizabeth Pisani

    “[A] rollicking, eye-opening, hilarious account of the underbelly of international AIDS research.”—Carlin Romano, Philadelphia InquirerMore

  7. Book ImageShots in the Dark: The Wayward Search for an AIDS Vaccine

    Jon Cohen

    "[A]n important book not only for the now but for the future of this epidemic and those to come."—Dr. Robert GalloMore

  8. Book ImageThe Malaria Capers: Tales of Parasites and People

    Robert S. Desowitz

    "Reads like a murder mystery. . . . [Desowitz] writes with uncommon lucidity and verse, leaving the reader with a vivid understanding of malaria and other tropical diseases, and the ways in which culture, climate and politics have affected their spread and containment."—New York TimesMore