Cell Wall-Deficient Bacteria: Basic Principles and Clinical Significance

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Cell Wall-Deficient Bacteria: Basic Principles and Clinical Significance consists of 19 chapters (524 pages) and a series of appendices (53 pages). The authors of this book are well qualified, all having published original research in the area. Bacteria are covered with an exoskeleton, made up of a molecular syncytium composed of peptidoglycan. As the… (More)

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@article{Edberg1983CellWB, title={Cell Wall-Deficient Bacteria: Basic Principles and Clinical Significance}, author={Stephen C. Edberg}, journal={The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine}, year={1983}, volume={56}, pages={49 - 50} }