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Bacterial pathogenesis [videorecording] : towards a new understanding of bacterial persistence / April 17, 2010 ; Pacific Endodontinc Research Foundation.

Publication:
[San Diego, CA] : Pacific Endodontic Research Foundation, [2010].
Format/Description:
Video
4 videodiscs (397 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Subjects:
Bacterial diseases -- Pathogenesis.
Biofilms.
Root canal therapy.
Molecular biology.
Form/Genre:
Lectures.
System Details:
DVD-R, NTSC, Region 1.
Summary:
A detailed overview biofilms from experts in microbiology, bioengineering and endodontics. The talks lead up to a discussion of new information and ongoing research in biofilms as a vector to infection.
Contents:
Disk 1. How microbial life began on Earth / Jeffrey Bada. Bacterial plurality and the supragenome / Garth Ehrlich
disk 2. The biofilm disease model in chronic infection / J. William Costerton. Biofilms and molecular approaches to chronic infection, part 1. / Scot Dowd. Biofilms and molecular approaches to chronic infection, part 2 / Randy Wolcott
disk 3. A biofilm disease model for apical periodontitis / Kishor Gulabivala. Some thoughts on retreatment endodontics and biofilms / Gary Carr
disk 4. Q & A.
Participant:
Gary Carr, host.
Notes:
Videodisc release of a filmed session of lectures.
Aspect ratio 16:9.
Contributor:
Carr, Gary, D.D.S. , Host, Speaker
Bada, Jeffrey. , Speaker
Ehrlich, Garth D. , Speaker
Costerton, J. W. , Speaker
Dowd, Scot. , Speaker
Wolcott, Randy. , Speaker
Gulabivala, Kishor. , Speaker
Pacific Endodontic Research Foundation. , Producer, Distributor
OCLC:
859154181
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