Books & Magazines by PHRI Faculty

The PCR Revolution

This book details innovations and the overall impact of the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) on many areas of molecular research.

Drs. Fred Kramer, Salvatore Marras, and Sanjay Tyagi, Faculty at PHRI, NJMS, contributed a book chapter in this volume, titled: Inventing Molecular Beacons.

For more information on this book, please visit: www.cambridge.org

Advances in Host-Directed Therapies Against Tuberculosis

This book discusses specific immune cell regulatory pathway(s), immune cell types, or other mechanisms involved in host responses to tuberculosis that can be potentially targeted for host-directed therapy (HDT).

This book is co-edited by Dr. Maria Gennaro, Faculty at PHRI, NJMS.

For more information on this book, please visit: www.springer.com

Tuberculosis, Leprosy and Mycobacterial Diseases of Man And Animals: The Many Hosts of Mycobacteria

This book elaborates Mycobacterial diseases that affect humans, live-stock and wildlife in all regions of the world.

This book includes a chapter written by Dr. Selvakumar Subbian, Faculty at PHRI, NJMS.

For more information on this book, please visit: www.cabi.org

Understanding the Host Immune Response Against Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection

This book provides a detailed review covering recent advances on our understanding of host immune response during tuberculosis.

This book includes two chapters written by Dr. Selvakumar Subbian, Faculty at PHRI, NJMS.

For more information on this book, please visit: www.springer.com

Systems Biology of Tuberculosis

This publication discusses in detail the systems biology of tuberculosis and how it can be applied to the control of tuberculosis, including the development of new treatments. This book includes a chapter contributed by Drs. Marila Gennaro, Richard Pine, and Yuri Bushkin, Faculties at PHRI, NJMS.

For more information on this book, please visit www.springer.com

Bacterial Gene Regulation and Transcriptional Networks

Co-authored by Marila Gennaro, Faculty at PHRI, NJMS.

The publication reviews and discusses the many different aspects and latest developments in research of bacterial gene regulation at the transcriptional level. For more information on this book, please visit www.horizonpress.com