Lyme disease is an infectious disease caused by bacteria of the Borrelia
type which is spread by ticks. This book deals mostly with the molecular biology
of the Lyme disease agent orrelia burgdorferi. It has been written by experts in
the relevant field and is tailored to the need of researchers, advanced students
of biology, molecular biology, molecular genetics of microorganism.
explains the following topics: Septic Shock, Hematopoietic or Lymphoreticular
Infections, Gastrointestinal Infections, Respiratory Tract Infections,
Cardiovascular Infections, Genitourinary Tract Infections, Bone and Joint
Infections, Central Nervous System Infections.
This note explains the following topics: immunity and how vaccines
work, Storage, distribution and disposal of vaccines, immunisation procedures,
immunisation by nurses and other healthcare professionals, infectious diseases,
vaccinations and vaccines.
Author(s): Dr David Salisbury, Dr Mary Ramsay and Dr
This note explains the
following topics: Why a Children's Vaccine Initiative, Resources and Infrastructure, Vaccine Demand and
Supply, Investing in New and Improved Vaccines, Stages of Vaccine Development,
A Strategy to Enhance U.S. Participation in the Children's Vaccine Initiative,
Relevant Intellectual Property Rights Law, Public Health Service Act and
Regulatory Aspects of Vaccine Development.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine