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Audience: Researchers in virology, microbiology, infectious disease, and immunology; research clinicians and medical microbiologists, vaccine technolgists, molecular biologists, biochemists, and biotechnologists working on vaccine development; centers for disease control, public and world health organizations, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology companies.
"This is a comprehensive and well rounded textbook...There is a good balance between physiology and pathogenesis of infection and treatment and prevention aspects...Read from cover to cover, this book will give the reader an extensive and broad understanding of the subject." - Microbiology Today "Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Vaccines, Prevention, and Control provides a series of compact reviews on different important aspects of sexually transmitted infections. It has been edited and writen by leading authorities of international reputation...Each chapter ends with a long list of useful references...The main portion of the book comprehensively presents the important pathogens of sexually transmitted infections and the research aimed at developing vaccines against them...The book is useful and important reading for those interested in infectious diseases and their prevention, control and vaccine development." - The Journal of Medical Microbiology "The book...presents an abundance of information that provides a clear understanding of sexually transmitted pathogens, factors that must be addressed in efforts to control the spread of disease, and the state of research on barrier methods of prevention and vaccines. Because of the wide range of topics covered in the book, it will be important reading for students, scientists, and public health practitioners, providing guidance on how best to use the tools we have today while clearly describing the tools needed to complete the armamentarium and road toward their development." - The New England Journal of Medicine