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Chapter 59 : The Road to Microbial Endocrinology

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The emergence of the field of microbial endocrinology did not follow a straight course, nor was the destination intuitively obvious at the start. Like many research paths before it, the theoretical underpinnings of the field only emerged when it became obvious that the only explanation for the facts was a new awareness, in this case the realization that microorganisms are more interactive with the host than previously recognized.

Citation: Lyte M. 2016. The Road to Microbial Endocrinology, p 238-243. In Schaechter M, In the Company of Microbes: 10 Years of Small Things Considered. ASM Press, Washington, DC. doi: 10.1128/9781555819606.ch59
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Mark Lyte is Professor at the Center for Immunotherapeutic Research, School of Pharmacy, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.

Citation: Lyte M. 2016. The Road to Microbial Endocrinology, p 238-243. In Schaechter M, In the Company of Microbes: 10 Years of Small Things Considered. ASM Press, Washington, DC. doi: 10.1128/9781555819606.ch59
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