Microbiology: Laboratory Theory and Application, Essentials

Author: Michael J. Leboffe

Publisher: Morton Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 440

View: 255

This newest addition to the best-selling Microbiology: Laboratory Theory & Application series of manuals provides an excellent value for courses where lab time is at a premium or for smaller enrollment courses where customization is not an option. The Essentials edition is intended for courses populated by nonmajors and allied health students and includes exercises selected to reflect core microbiology laboratory concepts.

Microbiology: Laboratory Theory and Application

Author: Michael J. Leboffe

Publisher: Morton Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 896

View: 954

Designed for major and non-major students taking an introductory level microbiology lab course. Whether your course caters to pre-health professional students, microbiology majors or pre-med students, everything they need for a thorough introduction to the subject of microbiology is right here.

Microbiology: Laboratory Theory and Application, Brief

Author: Michael J. Leboffe

Publisher: Morton Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 642

View: 251

This brief version of the best-selling laboratory manual Microbiology: Laboratory Theory and Application, is intended for majors or non-majors in introductory microbiology laboratory courses. This full-color manual is appropriate for courses populated primarily by allied health students and courses with a preference for an abbreviated number of experiments.

Microbiology

Laboratory Theory and Application, Brief, 3e

Author:

Publisher: Ingram

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 656

View: 332

Microbiology

Laboratory Theory & Application

Author: Michael J. Leboffe

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 566

View: 964

Microbiology

Laboratory Theory and Application, Essentials

Author: Michael J. Leboffe

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 440

View: 694

This newest addition to the best-selling Microbiology: Laboratory Theory & Application series of manuals provides an excellent value for courses where lab time is at a premium or for smaller enrollment courses where customization is not an option. The Essentials edition is intended for courses populated by nonmajors and allied health students and includes exercises selected to reflect core microbiology laboratory concepts.

Theory and application of Microbiological Assay

Author: William Hewitt

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 338

View: 351

Theory and Application of Microbiological Assay first presents an overview of microbiological assay, including general principles, basic techniques, capabilities, and limitations. This book also explains when to use a certain microbiological assay for specific analysis, citing examples to further clarify the matter. Some chapters discuss the test organisms and solutions, wherein test solutions are the final dilutions at a series of two or more concentrations that have been prepared from reference standard and unknown for application to the test system. Other chapters explore the various aspects of agar diffusion assays, tube assays, and diffusion assays. The book further looks into the quality control procedures, assay design and evaluation, and assay replication. This book will serve as an introduction to newcomers to the field and as a reference source for established workers in microbiological assay.

Introduction to Diagnostic Microbiology for the Laboratory Sciences

Author: Maria Dannessa Delost

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 552

View: 326

Introduction to Diagnostic Microbiology for the Laboratory Sciences provides a foundation in microbiology that is essential for a career as a medical laboratory technologist/technician (MLT). A key text for students and a helpful reference for practitioners, it reviews the microorganisms most commonly encountered in clinical settings and clearly explains basic laboratory procedures. This text provides a concise overview of topics and facilitates comprehension with learning objectives, key terms, case studies, and review questions. In addition, the text includes laboratory exercises, eliminating the need for a separate laboratory manual. Covering content required in the MLT curriculum and featured on the certification exam, this accessible text will help prepare students for a career in laboratory science. Key Features Reviews the microorganisms most important in clinical practice Explains basic laboratory procedures, such as specimen collection and staining Includes laboratory exercises in the text no need for a separate manual Serves as a helpful on-the-job reference for laboratory practitioners Provides practice questions to help students prepare for the medical technology certification exam CHAPTER PEDAGOGY: Chapter Outline, Key Terms, Learning Objectives, Procedures, Laboratory Exercises, Case Studies, Review Questions INSTRUCTOR RESOURCES: Image Bank with 247 photos and illustrations; PowerPoint Presentations per chapter; Laboratory Exercise Worksheets; and a Test Bank with 450 multiple choice questions and a 225-question exam. Introduction to Diagnostic Microbiology for the Laboratory Sciences is on the recommended reading list to prepare for the ASCP MLT exam. (American Society for Clinical Pathology, Medical Laboratory Technician exam)"

Microbiological Assay for Pharmaceutical Analysis

A Rational Approach

Author: William Hewitt

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 260

View: 829

A user-friendly guide for the evaluation of microbiological assays, Microbiological Assay for Pharmaceutical Analysis: A Rational Approach provides a lucid explanation of the sources of error in microbiological assay and helps analysts choose efficient assay designs that will minimize those sources of error. Beginning with a review of the theoretical basis for the quantitative aspects, the author discusses microbiological assay as a branch of pharmaceutical analysis and distinguishes it from biological assay in general. He draws attention to the microbiological aspects that may not be so obvious to the chemical analyst and to the analytical aspects that may not be so obvious to the microbiologist. The book contains detailed evaluations of assays that illustrate typical experimental designs and addresses how to present a realistic assessment of the best potency estimate from a series of assays. Although there are other valuable books available in this area, they do not address evaluation. Microbiological Assay for Pharmaceutical Analysis: A Rational Approach expands on the guidance given in pharmacopoeias and helps you choose the assay design most appropriate for the purpose of your assay.