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Anaerobe

http://www.hbuk.co.uk/ap/journals/an.htm
(Link inactive 15 October 2004)

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10759964
(Link active 15 October 2004)

This online version of the new multi-disciplinary print journal of the
same name is published by Academic Press, Inc. through a program titled
IDEAL (International Digital Electronic Access Library). Anaerobe seeks to
provide a unique forum for research on the biology of anaerobic
microorganisms. The journal focuses on life processes in strict anaerobes
and anaerobic activities of facultative or microaerophilic bacteria,
fungi, and protozoa.

Anaerobe publishes original research articles, short communications, and
reviews. Papers describing innovative methodologies, technologies, and
applications are also featured. Examples of topics welcomed include
pathogenesis, clinical infections, industrial processes, stress responses,
evolution, environmental activities, food spoilage, bioremediation, and
dental disease.

Some articles appearing in the October 1996 issue of the Journal include:
'The Rumen: A Unique Source of Enzymes for Enhancing Livestock
Production', 'Studies on Amine Production in the Human Colon: Enumeration
of Amine forming Bacteria and Physiological Effects of Carbohydrate and
pH', and 'The Toxicity of Selected Gasoline Components to Glucose
Methanogenesis by Aquifer Microorganisms'.

Subscription to this electronic journal involves licensing agreements with
academic and industrial networks or consortia of libraries and can not be
done on a personal or even title by title basis. However, the table of
contents and article abstracts for each issue are available online
free-of-charge. Articles are provided to members of subscriber
institutions in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format.

ISSN 1075-9964

Editor-in-Chief: Larry Barton
Email: apsubs@acad.com

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