First Published in 1988, this book offers a full, comprehensive guide into microbiology of Chlamydia and its relationship with our bodies. Carefully compiled and filled with a vast repertoire of notes, pictures, and references this book serves as a useful reference for Students of Medicine, and other practitioners in their respective fields.

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Chlamydia as Organisms

chapter Chapter 1|17 pages

Characteristics of Chlamydiae

ByJames W. Moulder

chapter Chapter 2|25 pages

Structural Characteristics of Chlamydial Bodies

ByAkira Matsumoto

chapter Chapter 3|24 pages

Macromolecular and Antigenic Composition of Chlamydiae

ByWilbert J. Newhall

chapter Chapter 4|25 pages

The Chlamydial Developmental Cycle

ByMichael E. Ward

chapter Chapter 5|13 pages

Metabolism of Chlamydia

ByThomas P. Hatch

chapter Chapter 6|24 pages

Chlamydial Genetics

ByRichard S. Stephens

chapter Chapter 7|16 pages

Host Cell Relationships

ByGerald I. Byrne

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Chlamydia as Pathogens

chapter Chapter 8|13 pages

Overview of Human Diseases

ByJulius Schachter

chapter Chapter 9|26 pages

Overview of Animal Diseases Induced by Chlamydial Infections

ByJohannes Storz

chapter Chapter 10|16 pages

Host Response

ByCho-chou Kuo

chapter Chapter 11|8 pages

Stimulation of Immune Response *

ByDwight M. Williams

chapter Chapter 12|18 pages

Role of the Immune Response

ByRoger G. Rank