Table of contents for Bacterial invasion of host cells / edited by Richard J. Lamont.

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1. Invasion mechanisms of salmonella Beth McCormick
2. Shigella invasion Chihiro Sasakawa
3. How yersinia escapes the host: to yon or not to yon Geertrui Denecker and Guy Cornelis
4. Stealth warfare: the interactions of epec and ehec with host cells Emma Allen-Vercoe and Rebekeh DeVinney
5. Molecular ecology and cell biology of legionella pneumophilia Maelle Molmeret, Dina M. Bitar and Yousef Abu Kwaik
6. Listeria monocytogenes invasion and intracellular growth Kendy K. Y. Wong and Nancy E. Freitag
7. N. gonorrhoeae: the varying mechanisms of pathogenesis in males and females Jennifer L. Edwards, Hillery A. Harvey and Michael A. Apicella
8. Group A streptococcal invasion of host cells Harry S. Courtney and Andreas Podbielsky
9. Invasion of oral epithelial cells by Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans Diane Hutchins, Meyer Loan, E. Lippmann and Paula Five-Taylor
10. Invasion by porphyromonas gingivalis Ozlem Yilmas and Richard J. Lamont.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Microbial invasiveness, Host-bacteria relationships, Molecular microbiology