First published in 1978: This book is devoted to the medically significant glucose nonfermenting Gram-negative bacteria. The objective of this reference book is to accumulate scientific information in the discipline of glucose nonfermenting bacteria encountered in clinical microbiology by assembling a group of specialists in this area.
Table of Contents
1. Classical Methods for Isolation and Identification of Glucose None fermenting Gram-Negative Rods 2. Identification of Pseudomonas and Related Bacteria 3. Identification of Miscellaneous Glucose Nonfermenting Gram-Negative Bacteria 4. Identification of Fastidious and Recondite Gram-Negative Species 5. Clinical Role of Pseudomonas aeruginosa 6. Clinical Role of Acinetobacter and Moraxella 7. Clinical Role of Infrequently Encountered Nonfermenters 8. New Methodology for Indentification of Nonfermenters: Rapid Methods 9. New Methodology for Identification of Nonfermenters: Gas-Liquid Chromatographic Chemotaxonomy 10. New Methodology for Identification of Nonfermenters: Transformation Assay 11. Systems for Typing Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
Gerald L. Gilardi, Ph.D., is head of the Microbiology Division, Department of Laboratories, Hospital for Joint Diseases and Medical Centre, New York City, New York.