•Introduction to Oral Microbiology
•Oral Microflora and Human Diseases
•Experimental Techniques of Oral Microbiology
This book is the second edition of Atlas of Oral Microbiology: From Healthy Microflora to Disease (ISBN 978-0-12-802234-4), with two new features: we add about 60 pictures of 14 newly isolated microbes from human dental plaque, at the same time, we re-organize the content of this book and provide more research progress about the oral microbiome bank of China, the invasion of oral microbiota into the gut, and the relationships between Oral Microflora and Human Diseases.
This book is keeping up with the advanced edge of the international research field of oral microbiology. It innovatively gives us a complete description of the oral microbial systems according to different oral ecosystems. It collects a large number of oral microbial pictures, including cultural pictures, colonies photos, and electron microscopy photos. It is by far the most abundant oral microbiology atlas consists of the largest number of pictures. In the meantime, it also described in detail a variety of experimental techniques, including microbiological isolation, culture, and identification. It is an atlas with strong practical function.
The editors and writers of this book have long been engaged in teaching and research work in oral microbiology and oral microecology. This book deserves a broad audience, and it will meet the needs of researchers, clinicians, teachers, and students major in biology, dental medicine, basic medicine, or clinical medicine. It can also be used to facilitate teaching and international academic exchanges.
• Keeping up with the advanced edge of the international research field of oral microbiology
• Giving a complete description of the human oral microbial systems according to different oral ecosystems
• Collecting a large number of oral microbial pictures, including coloring pictures, colonies photos, and electron microscopy photos
• Describing in detail a variety of experimental techniques, including microbiological isolation, culture and identification
• Deserving a wide audience and can be used to facilitate teaching and international academic exchanges