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Protozoa and Human Disease is a textbook for advanced undergraduate and
graduate students studying parasitology and microbiology. It will also be a
useful reference for public health and medical students.
Dr. Mark Wiser reviews medically important protozoa and treatment strategies.
He describes pathogens according to a taxonomic scheme and in reference to the
organ systems they affect. The book covers the morphological features and life
cycles of the various protozoa and the pathogeneses of the diseases they cause.
Life cycles are discussed in detail as they also influence host-parasite
interactions, pathology, disease transmission, and epidemiology.
Students will benefit from the author’s fresh approach, which blends classical
and medical parasitology with more modern disciplines. These include the
molecular and immunological basis of pathogenesis; metabolic pathways;
specialized subcellular structures; ecology of disease transmission; antigenic
variation; and molecular epidemiology. An extensive glossary of molecular
biology, immunology, and medical terms helps students navigate across