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Author Cleary, P. Patrick. Speaker.

Title Gram positive bacterial microbiota [electronic resource] : Yin & Yang of infectious disease / P. Patrick Cleary.

Published London : Henry Stewart Talks, 2017.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (1 streaming video file (55 min.) : color, sound).
Series Microbiota : agents for health and disease, 2056-452X
Henry Stewart talks. Biomedical & life sciences collection. Microbiota.
Notes Animated audio-visual presentation with synchronized narration.
Revised version of a talk first published in 2011.
Title from title frames.
Contents Contents: Important Gram-positive bacterial species -- How the human environment influence the Gram + microbiome -- Bifidobacterium defends against Gram-negative pathogens -- Antibiotic therapy induces disease -- Intestine microbiota induced biochemical changes -- Fecal transplants cure C. difficile infections -- The genetic plasticity of the Gram-positive with regard to disease potential -- Gram-positive acquire genes to become pathogens.
Restrictions Access restricted to subscribers.
System notes Mode of access: World Wide Web.
System requirements: Browser compatibility: updated Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer 8+. Browser settings: enable JavaScript, enable cookies from the Henry Stewart Talks site. Required Desktop Browser plugins & viewers: Updated Adobe Flash Player & Adobe Acrobat Reader. Mobile device & operating system versions: Android v4.0+, iPhone 4+ (iOS v6.x+), iPad 2+ (iOS v6.x+), BlackBerry OS v7.0+, Windows Phone v6.5.1+.
Subject Antibiotics -- Adverse effects.
Gram-positive bacteria.
Gram-positive bacterial infections.
Human body -- Microbiology.
Pathogenic bacteria.
Variant Title Gram + bacterial microbiota
Publisher Number 2948 Henry Stewart Talks