About the book
The members of the Enterobacteria are prevalent and involved in different types of infections (nosocomial, urinary tract infections, respiratory infections, gastroenteritis, food poisoining, different outbreaks, etc.), and they need to be reviewed after a period of time as different variants and species evolve and cause different infections that need to be studied thoroughly.
This book aims to cover all members of the genus Enterobacteria (E.coli, Proteus, Salmonella, Shigella, Klebsiella, Citrobacter, Edwardsiella, etc.) with respect to classification, identification, and new methods of identification for any new species identified. Explanations on the pathogenecity and variants of each of the members of enterobacteria are welcome, as well as any vaccines or prevention strategies, and outbreaks of infection reported for each of the members of Enterobacteria. The book hopes to serve as a complete resource on Enterobacteria for students, scientists, clinicians, and medical microbiologists.