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Editors: Steven L. Foley and Rajesh Nayak (National Center for Toxicological Research, Jefferson, AR), Timothy J. Johnson (University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN), Sanjay K. Shukla (Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation, Marshfield, WI)
Book Description:
Foodborne illness remains a major problem throughout the world. In the United States, for example, it is estimated that there are over 48 million illnesses each year associated with the consumption of contaminated foods. Of those with known etiologies, approximately 39% are associated with bacterial pathogens. These bacterial infections often tend to be more severe than their viral counterparts resulting in approximately 64% of hospitalizations and deaths each year from foodborne pathogens. Thus, being able to get to the source of the contamination of foods is an important endeavor to begin to develop strategies to lessen the burden of bacterial foodborne illness on the human population. This book is a useful reference to students, practitioners and food safety scientists who desire to gain a fundamental understanding of the different options available for molecular typing of foodborne pathogens. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
CONTRIBUTORS

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PREFACE

PART I. THE FOODBORNE PATHOGENS

1. INTRODUCTION TO FOODBORNE PATHOGENS AND INFECTIONS
(RAJESH NAYAK AND STEVEN L. FOLEY)

2. MICROBIAL GENOMICS IN FOODBORNE PATHOGENS
(W. FLORIAN FRICKE AND JAMES R. WHITE)

3. PLASMIDS AND PLASMID ANALYSIS
(TIMOTHY J. JOHNSON)

4. ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE IN FOODBORNE PATHOGENS
(WARREN E. ROSE AND SANJAY K. SHUKLA)

5. RAPID METHODS FOR PATHOGEN DETECTION
(CHAYAPA TECHATHUVANAN AND DORIS H. DíSOUZA)

PART II. MOLECULAR TYPING METHODS

6. SUBTYPING OF BACTERIAL FOODBORNE PATHOGENS: PHENOTYPIC METHODS AND AN INTRODUCTION INTO MOLECULAR METHODS
(STEVEN L. FOLEY, AARON M. LYNNE, RAJESH NAYAK, SANJAY K. SHUKLA, AND TIMOTHY J. JOHNSON)

7. PULSED-FIELD GEL ELECTROPHORESIS ANALYSIS OF BACTERIAL FOODBORNE PATHOGENS
(MARY E. STEMPER, STEVEN L. FOLEY AND SANJAY K. SHUKLA)

8. OTHER RESTRICTION-BASED TYPING METHODS
(STEVEN L. FOLEY, RAJESH NAYAK, SANJAY K. SHUKLA, AND MARY E. STEMPER)

9. MULTILOCUS SEQUENCE TYPING AND OTHER SEQUENCE-BASED SUBTYPING METHODS TO CHARACTERIZE FOODBORNE PATHOGENS
(MOHAMED K. FAKHR, ANEESA NOORMOHAMED AND STEVEN L. FOLEY)

10. TANDEM REPEAT-BASED TYPING METHODS
(KRISTIN P. GULRUD)

11. PCR-BASED MOLECULAR TYPING METHODS FOR TRACKING FOODBORNE MICROORGANISMS
(JING HAN, YANG WANG, ZHANGQI SHEN, BING WANG, HAILIN TANG, JOSEPH MEEHAN, CONGMING WU, AND JIANZHONG SHEN)

12. PCR GENOTYPING: VIRULENCE AND ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE GENES
(AARON M. LYNNE AND BRIAN C. LOUDEN)

13. APPLICATION OF MICROARRAY TECHNOLOGY FOR MICROBIAL SOURCE TRACKING
(JONATHAN G. FRYE)

PART III. ANALYSIS AND UTILITY OF MOLECULAR TYPING METHODS

14. METHODS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF MOLECULAR TYPING DATA
(STEVEN L. FOLEY)

15. USE OF MOLECULAR TYPING IN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS
(WALID Q. ALALI)

16. CURRENT ISSUES, CHALLENGES AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR SUBTYPING OF BACTERIAL FOODBORNE PATHOGENS
(STEVEN L. FOLEY, RAJESH NAYAK, SANJAY K. SHUKLA, AND TIMOTHY J. JOHNSON)

INDEX

   Series:
      Advances in Food Safety and Food Microbiology (Series Editors: Dr. Anderson de Souza Sant'Ana and Dr. Bernadette D.G.M. Franco)
   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2012 1st quarter
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-62100-728-9
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