Introduction to Clinical Anaerobic Bacteriology

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Introduction to Clinical Anaerobic Bacteriology - Bench edition

The most up-to-date anaerobe reference guide for the modern clinical laboratory

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An Introduction to Clinical Anaerobic Bacteriology is a guide to enable the reader to isolate and identify 12 commonly occurring clinically important anaerobic bacteria. It contains 60 pages and is printed in two versions: one is spiral bound, on waterproof, tear-resistant synthetic paper to withstand regular use at the bench and one on normal paper ideal for use in the laboratory library. The publication is illustrated with stunningly detailed colour photographs and attractive reference tables.

Designed to fill a gap in the practical reference materials currently available to support clinical laboratory practice for microbiologists, the publication was written by Professor Michael W D Wren, MBE FIBMS, former consultant Biomedical Scientist in the microbiology department, University College Hospital, and visiting Professor at The University of Westminster.

With a foreword by Professor Brian Duerden, Emeritus Professor of Medical Microbiology at Cardiff University and input from Dr Don Whitley, founder of Don Whitley Scientific Limited, considerable expert knowledge has been combined to make this the most up-to-date reference guide for the modern clinical laboratory.

Images were kindly supplied by the Anaerobe Reference Unit, Cardiff.

When ordering your copy, please specify Bench or Library edition:

  • Bench edition - Order Code: A03815
  • Library edition - Order Code: A08000

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Dimensions (W/D/H mm)
297 / 210 / 6

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