Caister Academic Press

Probiotics Books

Our high level probiotics books bring together expert international authors under the skilled editorship of leading scientists to produce state-of-the-art compendiums of current research. Aimed at the research scientist, graduate student, medical reseacher and other professionals, these books are highly recommended for all probiotics laboratories. Every probiotics, microbiology and bioscience library should have a copy of each of the following books.
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The Bacteriocins: Current Knowledge and Future Prospects
Edited by: Robert L. Dorit, Sandra M. Roy and Margaret A. Riley   Published: 2016
Book: 978-1-910190-37-1. Ebook: 978-1-910190-38-8, £159, $319
Essential reading for everyone involved in antimicrobial research! read more ...
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Probiotics and Prebiotics: Current Research and Future Trends
Edited by: Koen Venema and Ana Paula do Carmo   Published: 2015
Book: 978-1-910190-09-8. Ebook: 978-1-910190-10-4, £219, $360
Containing 33 chapters, the book is an invaluable source of information and essential reading for everyone working with probiotics, prebiotics and the gut microbiotflora read more ...
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Emerging Trends in Antibacterial Discovery: Answering the Call to Arms
Edited by: Alita A. Miller and Paul F. Miller   Published: 2011
Book: 978-1-904455-89-9, £180, $360
"a comprehensive survey" (BIOspektrum); "a valuable resource for scientists" (Doodys); "I highly recommend that you add this to your shelves" (Microbiol. Today) read more ...
Lactic Acid Bacteria and Bifidobacteria: Current Progress in Advanced Research
Edited by: Kenji Sonomoto and Atsushi Yokota   Published: 2011
Book: 978-1-904455-82-0, £159, $319
"cutting-edge" (Food Sci. Technol. Abstr); "high scientific quality and timeliness" (Biospektrum); "compact and excellent book" (Microbiol. Today); "written very clearly" (ASM Microbe) read more ...
Bifidobacteria: Genomics and Molecular Aspects
Edited by: Baltasar Mayo and Douwe van Sinderen   Published: 2010
Book: 978-1-904455-68-4, £159, $319
"essential reading for every bifidobacteria researcher" (Beneficial Microbes); "covers the topic of Bifidobacterium extensively" (Doodys); "essential reading" (BIOspektrum); "well-written, informative and uses high-quality graphics" (Microbiology Today) read more ...
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Metagenomics: Theory, Methods and Applications
Edited by: Diana Marco   Published: 2010
Book: 978-1-904455-54-7, £159, $319
"an excellent resource" (Doodys); "recommended" (Arzneimittelforschung/Drug Research); "highly recommended" (Microbiol. Today); "extremely well-written, easy to read, and highly informative" (Quart. Rev. Biol.); "highly recommended" (Biotechnol. J.) read more ...
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Bacterial Polysaccharides: Current Innovations and Future Trends
Edited by: Matthias Ullrich   Published: 2009
Book: 978-1-904455-45-5, £159, $319
"relevant to applications in medicine, the food industry and renewable energy production" (SciTech Book News) read more ...
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Lactobacillus Molecular Biology: From Genomics to Probiotics
Edited by: Åsa Ljungh and Torkel Wadström   Published: 2009
Book: 978-1-904455-41-7, £159, $319
"an essential reference" (Int. Microbiol.) "a most valuable text" (Microbiol. Today) "very informative" (Biospektrum) read more ...
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Probiotics and Prebiotics: Scientific Aspects
Edited by: Gerald W. Tannock   Published: 2005
Book: 978-1-904455-01-1, £159, $319
A state of the art compendium of fundamental science related to early 21st century probiotic or prebiotic research read more ...
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Probiotics and Prebiotics: Where are We Going?
Edited by: Gerald W. Tannock,   Published: 2002
Book: 978-0-9542464-1-9, £159, $319
"an excellent summary" (Microbiology Today); "recommended reading" (Eur. Food Res. Technol.) read more ...
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