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TitleBiotherapeutic Agents and Infectious Diseases [electronic resource] / edited by Gary W. Elmer, Lynne V. McFarland, Christina M. Surawicz
ImprintTotowa, NJ : Humana Press : Imprint: Humana Press, 1999
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-59259-711-6
Descript XII, 316 p. online resource

SUMMARY

In Biotherapeutic Agents and Infectious Diseases, leading investigators active in the discovery, development, and application of this novel class of anti-infective agents concisely review the use of these special microorganisms in treating human disease. Focusing on biotherapeutic entities that have been tested in controlled studies, the prominent experts illuminate the scientific underpinnings of their therapeutic potential, assess their possible risks in the treatment of infectious diseases, and outline the research needed to better define their effectiveness. In addition, they also consider biotherapeutic agents may be genetically engineered for maximum intestinal and vaginal production of bioactive substances in vivo. Biotherapeutic Agents and Infectious Diseases brings together all the evidence needed to understand and capitalize on the considerable promise of this significant new class of biotherapeutic entities. As an alternative to antibiotics that increasingly lead to drug-resistant pathogens, the living microorganisms described in this timely and authoritative book will significantly aid today's clinicians in the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases


CONTENT

1 โ{128}ข Quality Control and Regulatory Issues for Biotherapeutic Agents -- 2 โ{128}ข Mechanisms of Action of Biotherapeutic Agents -- 3 โ{128}ข Pharmacokinetics of Biotherapeutic Agents -- 4 โ{128}ข Influences on the Normal Microbial Flora -- 5 โ{128}ข Immunological Effects of Biotherapeutic Agents -- 6 โ{128}ข Biotherapeutic Agents in the Prevention of Antibiotic-Associated Diarrhea -- 7 โ{128}ข Biotherapeutic Agents for Clostridium difficile-Associated Disease -- 8 โ{128}ข Biotherapeutic Agents in the Management of Pediatric Diarrheal Disease -- 9 โ{128}ข Biotherapeutic Agents and Adult Diarrhea -- 10 โ{128}ข Biotherapeutic Agents as Therapy for Vaginitis -- 11 โ{128}ข Biotherapeutic Agents to Prevent Cystitis in Women -- 12 โ{128}ข Risks of Biotherapeutic Agents -- 13 โ{128}ข Future Directions for Research on Biotherapeutic Agents: Contribution of Genetic Approaches on Lactic Acid Bacteria


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