Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Infectious Diseases

Table of Contents: 2008

  • Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Infectious Diseases -
  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 296873
  • - Editorial

The Human Microbiome and Infectious Diseases: Beyond Koch

Vincent B. Young | Robert A. Britton | Thomas M. Schmidt
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  • - Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 256490
  • - Review Article

Vaginal Microbiota and the Use of Probiotics

Sarah Cribby | Michelle Taylor | Gregor Reid
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  • - Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 750479
  • - Review Article

The Human Vaginal Bacterial Biota and Bacterial Vaginosis

Sujatha Srinivasan | David N. Fredricks
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  • - Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 290769
  • - Review Article

Probiotics and Gastrointestinal Infections

Robert A. Britton | James Versalovic
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  • - Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 181253
  • - Research Article

Temporal Shifts in Microbial Communities in Nonpregnant African-American Women with and without Bacterial Vaginosis

John Wertz | Natasha Isaacs-Cosgrove | ... | Terence L. Marsh
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  • - Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 149694
  • - Research Article

Ecological Characterization of the Colonic Microbiota of Normal and Diarrheic Dogs

Julia A. Bell | Jamie J. Kopper | ... | Linda S. Mansfield
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  • - Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 597603
  • - Review Article

Application of Sequence-Dependent Electrophoresis Fingerprinting in Exploring Biodiversity and Population Dynamics of Human Intestinal Microbiota: What Can Be Revealed?

Geert Huys | Tom Vanhoutte | Peter Vandamme
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  • - Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 125081
  • - Review Article

Emerging Insights into Antibiotic-Associated Diarrhea and Clostridium difficile Infection through the Lens of Microbial Ecology

Seth T. Walk | Vincent B. Young
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  • Special Issue
  • - Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 829101
  • - Review Article

Insights into the Roles of Gut Microbes in Obesity

Yolanda Sanz | Arlette Santacruz | Giada De Palma
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  • - Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 175285
  • - Review Article

Probiotic Bacteria Influence the Composition and Function of the Intestinal Microbiota

Paul W. O'Toole | Jakki C. Cooney
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  • - Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 839501
  • - Review Article

Application of Ecological Network Theory to the Human Microbiome

James A. Foster | Stephen M. Krone | Larry J. Forney
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  • - Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 613979
  • - Review Article

Conceptualizing Human Microbiota: From Multicelled Organ to Ecological Community

Betsy Foxman | Deborah Goldberg | ... | Janet R. Gilsdorf
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  • - Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 626827
  • - Review Article

Interactions of the Intestinal Epithelium with the Pathogen and the Indigenous Microbiota: A Three-Way Crosstalk

C. V. Srikanth | Beth A. McCormick
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  • Volume 2008
  • - Article ID 314762
  • - Research Article

Combining Microarray Technology and Molecular Epidemiology to Identify Genes Associated with Invasive Group B Streptococcus

Lixin Zhang | Usha Reddi | ... | Betsy Foxman
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