- Title Pages
- The Ernst Strüngmann Forum
- List of Contributors
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Is Metal Uptake Related to Ecological Niche in the Vertebrate Host?
- 3 Competition for Metals among Microbes and Their Host
- 4 The Fate of Intracellular Metal Ions in Microbes
- 5 Common Mechanisms of Bacterial Metal Homeostasis
- 6 Intervention Strategies for Metal Deficiency and Overload
- 7 Trace Metals in Host–Microbe Interactions
- 8 Metal Homeostasis during Development, Maturation, and Aging
- 9 Impact of Metals on Immune Response and Tolerance, and Modulation of Metal Metabolism during Infection
- 10 Metal-Based Antiparasitic Therapeutics
- 11 Impact of Lifestyle on Metal Exposure, Homeostasis, and Associated Diseases
- 12 Obesity, Trace Metals, and Infection
- 13 Metals in Host–Microbe Interaction
- 14 Selenium and Mercury
- 15 New Technologies Using Trace Metals of Concern
- 16 The Promise of Nanometals
- 17 Metals in the Environment as Risk Factors for Infectious Diseases
- 18 Emerging Strategies in Metalloproteomics
- 19 Measuring Metals in Complex Biological Systems
- 20 Methods and Technologies for Studying Metals in Biological Systems
- List of Acronyms
- Subject Index
- Trace Metals and Infectious Diseases
- The MIT Press
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