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MCRO 251 Skin Infections
Signs and symptoms of Folliculitis
Causative agent of Folliculitis
Pathogenesis of Folliculitis
Treatment and prevention of Folliculitis
Pimples, boils, carbuncles.
All strains of Staphylococcus aureus, a gram-positive cocci t…
Main virulence factors include coagulase (produces clots in s…
Lance and drain the pimples, boils, or carbuncles and prescri…
Signs and symptoms of Folliculitis
Pimples, boils, carbuncles.
Causative agent of Folliculitis
All strains of Staphylococcus aureus, a gram-positive cocci t…
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MCRO 251: Skin Infections
Signs and symptoms of Folliculitis
Causative agent of Folliculitis
Pathogenesis of Folliculitis
Treatment and prevention of Folliculitis
Pimples, boils, carbuncles.
All strains of Staphylococcus aureus, a gram-positive cocci t…
Main virulence factors include coagulase (produces clots in s…
Lance and drain the pimples, boils, or carbuncles and prescri…
Signs and symptoms of Folliculitis
Pimples, boils, carbuncles.
Causative agent of Folliculitis
All strains of Staphylococcus aureus, a gram-positive cocci t…
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MCRO 251 Skin Infections
Signs and symptoms of Folliculitis
Causative agent of Folliculitis
Pathogenesis of Folliculitis
Treatment and prevention of Folliculitis
Pimples, boils, carbuncles.
All strains of Staphylococcus aureus, a gram-positive cocci t…
Main virulence factors include coagulase (produces clots in s…
Lance and drain the pimples, boils, or carbuncles and prescri…
Signs and symptoms of Folliculitis
Pimples, boils, carbuncles.
Causative agent of Folliculitis
All strains of Staphylococcus aureus, a gram-positive cocci t…
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MCRO 251- Skin Diseases
Staphylococcus aureus
Scalded Skin Syndrome
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Lyme Disease
Gram positive, doesn't compete well. Virulence factors: Coagu…
Exotoxin toxin exfoliatin binds to skin, treat for antibiotic…
Rickettsia rickettsii, obligate intracellular Gram negative,…
Borrelia burgdorferi, Gram negative wall can't be gram staine…
Staphylococcus aureus
Gram positive, doesn't compete well. Virulence factors: Coagu…
Scalded Skin Syndrome
Exotoxin toxin exfoliatin binds to skin, treat for antibiotic…
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MCRO 251 Viral Infections of the Skin: Chicken Pox
Chickenpox is caused by
Varicella-zoster is a member of the __…
Symptoms of Chickenpox
In small percentage of cases, scratchi…
Varicella-zoster virus
herpesvirus; DNA
itchy bumps/blisters on face, throat and lower back
s. pyogenes; s. aureus
Chickenpox is caused by
Varicella-zoster virus
Varicella-zoster is a member of the __…
herpesvirus; DNA
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MCRO 251 Viral Infections of the Skin: Rubella
Rubella is caused by
Rubella is a DNA/RNA virus?
Transmission of rubella
Symptoms of Rubella
rubella virus
enveloped RNA
respiratory route
slight fever, cold symptoms, faint rash on face, chest and ab…
Rubella is caused by
rubella virus
Rubella is a DNA/RNA virus?
enveloped RNA
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MCRO 251 Bacterial Infections of the Skin: Staphylococcus Aureus
S aureus is a Gram ____, _____.
Coagulase
Hyaluronidase
Clumping factor
positive; cocci
may slow process of leukocytes into infected area by producin…
breaks down hyaluronic acid component of tissue, allowing inf…
attaches bacterium to fibrin, fibrinogen, and plastic devices
S aureus is a Gram ____, _____.
positive; cocci
Coagulase
may slow process of leukocytes into infected area by producin…
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MCRO 251 Bacterial Infections of the Skin: Lyme Disease
Lyme disease is caused by
B burgdorferi is a ____ with Gram ____…
Lyme is spread via
Lyme occurs in __ phases.
Borrelia burgdorferi
spirochete; negative; darkfield microscopy
deer ticks (zoonosis)
3
Lyme disease is caused by
Borrelia burgdorferi
B burgdorferi is a ____ with Gram ____…
spirochete; negative; darkfield microscopy
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MCRO 251 Viral Infections of the Skin: Measles
Measles is caused by
Rubeola is a DNA/RNA virus?
Surface proteins: Hemagglutinin
Fusion Protein
rubeola virus
enveloped RNA
attachment
fusion to host membrane and formation of giant cells
Measles is caused by
rubeola virus
Rubeola is a DNA/RNA virus?
enveloped RNA
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MCRO 251 Exam 1
Three Domains
Both Bacteria and Archaea:
Differences between bacteria and archa…
First name in scientific nomenclature...
Bacteria, Archaea, Eukaryotes
1. Are prokaryotes... 2. They both reproduce using binary fissio…
1. have different cellular composition (plasma membrane and c…
the genus name. Always capitalized. Can be abbreviated after…
Three Domains
Bacteria, Archaea, Eukaryotes
Both Bacteria and Archaea:
1. Are prokaryotes... 2. They both reproduce using binary fissio…
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MCRO 251
Binomial Nomenclature
Eukaryotes
Prokaryotes
Bacteria
assigns all organisms two names... first name- genus (capitalize…
no membrane-bound organelles, unicellular, unique RNA ... ex. fu…
Bacteria and Archaea
have peptidoglycan
Binomial Nomenclature
assigns all organisms two names... first name- genus (capitalize…
Eukaryotes
no membrane-bound organelles, unicellular, unique RNA ... ex. fu…
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MCRO 251
3 bacteria most likely to cause sepsis
what kind of virus is EBV
what is a common cause of childhood ca…
yellow fever virus
e coli, enterobacter species, p aeruginosa
DNA virus of the herpesvirus family
Burkitt's lymphoma
enveloped ssRNA - flavivirus
3 bacteria most likely to cause sepsis
e coli, enterobacter species, p aeruginosa
what kind of virus is EBV
DNA virus of the herpesvirus family
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MCRO 251 Exam 2
Innate Immunity
Epithelium
Mucous Membranes
Expulsion
first line of host defense->blocks the invasion or the invasi…
first barrier to everything-> one wall keeps majority of all…
ciliated stratified/pseudostratified columnar epithelium->muc…
sneezing is the innate response to get rid of organisms->gree…
Innate Immunity
first line of host defense->blocks the invasion or the invasi…
Epithelium
first barrier to everything-> one wall keeps majority of all…
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MCRO 251 Blood Diseases
Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis - sign…
Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis - incu…
Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis - Caus…
Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis - path…
fever, loss of energy over a period of weeks or months; somet…
poorly defined, usually weeks
usually oral alpha-hemolytic viridans streptococci or S. epid…
normal microbiota enter bloodstream through dental procedures…
Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis - sign…
fever, loss of energy over a period of weeks or months; somet…
Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis - incu…
poorly defined, usually weeks
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MCRO 251 Outline 3
Paul Ehrlich
Alexander Fleming
Ernst Chain and Howard Florey
Selman Waksman
-"magic bullet hypothesis" - wanted to find something that wo…
- discovered Penicillium (mold) producing bacteria killing su…
successfully purified penicillin and used it to treat first h…
- found a soil bacterium that made streptomycin... - coined the…
Paul Ehrlich
-"magic bullet hypothesis" - wanted to find something that wo…
Alexander Fleming
- discovered Penicillium (mold) producing bacteria killing su…
232 terms
MCRO 251 Exam 1
Three Domains
Both Bacteria and Archaea:
Differences between bacteria and archa…
First name in scientific nomenclature...
Bacteria, Archaea, Eukaryotes
1. Are prokaryotes... 2. They both reproduce using binary fissio…
1. have different cellular composition (plasma membrane and c…
the genus name. Always capitalized. Can be abbreviated after…
Three Domains
Bacteria, Archaea, Eukaryotes
Both Bacteria and Archaea:
1. Are prokaryotes... 2. They both reproduce using binary fissio…
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MCRO 251 Bacterial Infections of the Skin: Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever is caused…
R rickettsii is an obligate _____, Gra…
Bacteria grow in
If remove tick before transmission of…
Rickettsia rickettsii
intracellular; negative; coccobacilli
gut of wood/dog tick
disease can be prevented
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever is caused…
Rickettsia rickettsii
R rickettsii is an obligate _____, Gra…
intracellular; negative; coccobacilli
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MCRO 251 Exam 2
First line defense
COPD
Chemical barriers
Granulocytes
Epithelium... Stratified squamous epithelium (keratin)... Mucous me…
Smoking... Bacterial infections... Vicious circle hypothesis regard…
Lysozyme: peptidoglycan/membranes --> tears, saliva, mucous... L…
Just bacteria... Neutrophils (PMNs): 55-65%, bone marrow, primar…
First line defense
Epithelium... Stratified squamous epithelium (keratin)... Mucous me…
COPD
Smoking... Bacterial infections... Vicious circle hypothesis regard…
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Mcro 251 Final
Strep Sore Throat infectious agent
Strep Sore Throat morphology
Strep Sore Throat is Gram _______
Strep Sore Throat signs/symptoms
Streptococcus pyogenes
cocci, chains
Positive
sore red throat with puss, swollen lymph nodes, difficulty sw…
Strep Sore Throat infectious agent
Streptococcus pyogenes
Strep Sore Throat morphology
cocci, chains
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MCRO251 Nervous Diseases
Meningies
Bacterial meningitis
Streptococcus Pneumonia
Streptococcus Pneumonia is gram ____
cover the brain and they are protected by the blood brain bar…
Fever severe headache, and stiff neck, followed by nausea and…
causes pneumococcal pneumonia and as a sequelae causes mening…
positive diplococci
Meningies
cover the brain and they are protected by the blood brain bar…
Bacterial meningitis
Fever severe headache, and stiff neck, followed by nausea and…
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MCRO 251 Exam 1
Three Domains
Both Bacteria and Archaea:
Differences between bacteria and archa…
First name in scientific nomenclature...
Bacteria, Archaea, Eukaryotes
1. Are prokaryotes... 2. They both reproduce using binary fissio…
1. have different cellular composition (plasma membrane and c…
the genus name. Always capitalized. Can be abbreviated after…
Three Domains
Bacteria, Archaea, Eukaryotes
Both Bacteria and Archaea:
1. Are prokaryotes... 2. They both reproduce using binary fissio…
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MCRO 251 Lab Practical
Gram Staining
The condenser on the microscope is ess…
Resolving Power
Oil is only used with the ___ objective
differential stain that divides bacteria into two groups: neg…
High resolution using oil immersion.
ability of a lens to distinguish two nearby points as distinc…
100X
Gram Staining
differential stain that divides bacteria into two groups: neg…
The condenser on the microscope is ess…
High resolution using oil immersion.
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MCRO 251 Diseases
Subacture Bacterial Endocarditis (SBE)
Gram-negative septicemia
Epstein-Barr Virus
Viral infections
- Bacteria colonize heart tissue, utilizing the biofilm for p…
- Septic shock from infections caused by staphyococci or meni…
- Herpevirus family member... - Causes mononucleus via saliva t…
- Tumor - Normal cells transformed into tumor cells... - Latent…
Subacture Bacterial Endocarditis (SBE)
- Bacteria colonize heart tissue, utilizing the biofilm for p…
Gram-negative septicemia
- Septic shock from infections caused by staphyococci or meni…
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MCRO 251 Digestive Diseases
Signs and symptoms of Gastritis
Causative agent of Gastritis
Pathogenesis of Gastritis
Epidemiology of Gastritis
Infections often asymptomatic but peptic ulcers can cause abd…
Helicobacter pylori, a curved/spiral gram-negative, microaero…
H. pylori cells survive stomach acidity by producing urease a…
Probably fecal-oral transmission. Incidence increases with age.
Signs and symptoms of Gastritis
Infections often asymptomatic but peptic ulcers can cause abd…
Causative agent of Gastritis
Helicobacter pylori, a curved/spiral gram-negative, microaero…
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MCRO 251 Respiratory Disorders
Signs and symptoms of Strep Sore Throat
Causative Agents of Strep Sore Throat
Pathogenesis of Strep Sore Throat
Epidemiology of Strep Sore Throat
Sore, red throat with pus and tiny hemorrhages, always accomp…
Strep. pyogenes, Lancefield group A, beta-hemolytic streptoco…
Virulence is due to hyaluronic acid capsule and M proteins, w…
Direct contact, inhalation of infectious droplets, and consum…
Signs and symptoms of Strep Sore Throat
Sore, red throat with pus and tiny hemorrhages, always accomp…
Causative Agents of Strep Sore Throat
Strep. pyogenes, Lancefield group A, beta-hemolytic streptoco…
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MCRO 251 Genitourinary Diseases
Signs and symptoms of Toxic Shock Synd…
Causative agent of Toxic Shock Syndrome
Pathogenesis of Toxic Shock Syndrome
Epidemiology of Toxic Shock Syndrome
Fever, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle aches, peeling rash, low bl…
Certain toxin-producing strains of Staphylococcus aureus, nam…
TSST-1 superantigen activates all T helper cells non-specific…
Most notably associated with high-absorbancy tampons and leav…
Signs and symptoms of Toxic Shock Synd…
Fever, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle aches, peeling rash, low bl…
Causative agent of Toxic Shock Syndrome
Certain toxin-producing strains of Staphylococcus aureus, nam…
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MCRO 251 Exam 1
cocci
bacillus
coccobacillus
vibrio
spheres
rod
short rod/long sphere
curved rod
cocci
spheres
bacillus
rod
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MCRO 251 lab quiz
parts of a microscope: ... arm... nosepiece…
microscope objectives
microscope procedures
resolving power
low power (4X)... medium (10X)... high-dry (40X)... oil-immersion (100X)
-low-power objectives first... -only use oil immersion for 100X…
-resolving power= wavelength (.55 micrometers)/ 2 X the numer…
parts of a microscope: ... arm... nosepiece…
microscope objectives
low power (4X)... medium (10X)... high-dry (40X)... oil-immersion (100X)
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MCRO 251 Lab Final
Aseptic Technique
Gram Staining
Resolving power
Magnification
-wear PPE (gloves, lab coat, etc.)... -avoid contamination by us…
-a differential stain ... ->Gram += purple/blue... ->Gram - = pink/…
-ability of a lens to distinguish 2 nearby points as distinct…
ocular x objective =total... ex. (10x from eyepiece)(40x objecti…
Aseptic Technique
-wear PPE (gloves, lab coat, etc.)... -avoid contamination by us…
Gram Staining
-a differential stain ... ->Gram += purple/blue... ->Gram - = pink/…
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MCRO 251 Exam 1
vancomycin
bacitracin
Beta-lactam drugs
ABC transport
inhibits cell wall synthesis in gram positive bacteria; infer…
interferes with bactoprenol and therefore cell wall and pepti…
act on transpeptidases to prevent linkages between NAM peptid…
ATP binding cassette uses specific binding proteins immediate…
vancomycin
inhibits cell wall synthesis in gram positive bacteria; infer…
bacitracin
interferes with bactoprenol and therefore cell wall and pepti…
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MCRO 251-ANTIBIOTICS
1. β lactam drugs
Cephalosporins
Carbapenems
Monobactams
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS active against growing/dividing microorga…
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS 5 generations....higher generations are m…
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS. very resistant to beta-lactamases, but s…
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS. work best against gram negatives
1. β lactam drugs
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS active against growing/dividing microorga…
Cephalosporins
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS 5 generations....higher generations are m…
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MCRO 251- Antiviral Drugs
Viral entry
Viral uncoating
Nucleic acid synthesis
Nucleoside analogs
HIV only
amantidine, rimantidine -only used against influenza
only herpesvirus family members and HIV
NUCLEIC ACID SYNTHESIS. both herpes and HIV
Viral entry
HIV only
Viral uncoating
amantidine, rimantidine -only used against influenza
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MCRO 251 Ch 14
innate immunity
3 general components of innate immunity
first line defenses
sensor systems
the routine protection present at birth; it is germline encod…
first-line defenses, sensor systems, and innate effector acti…
prevent microbial entry--"walls" that prevent foreign materia…
detect damage and microbial invasion; pattern recognition rec…
innate immunity
the routine protection present at birth; it is germline encod…
3 general components of innate immunity
first-line defenses, sensor systems, and innate effector acti…
MCRO 251 Lab Final
Aseptic Technique
Gram Staining
Plate Streaking
Flagella Stain
-wear PPE (gloves, lab coat, etc.)... -avoid contamination by us…
-a differential stain ... ->Gram += purple/blue... ->Gram - = pink/…
-Way to isolate/separate colonies... -make sure to heat in betwe…
->bacteria incubated in a special medium that encourages the…
Aseptic Technique
-wear PPE (gloves, lab coat, etc.)... -avoid contamination by us…
Gram Staining
-a differential stain ... ->Gram += purple/blue... ->Gram - = pink/…
48 terms
MCRO 251 Lab Final
Aseptic Technique
Gram Staining
Resolving power
Magnification
-wear PPE (gloves, lab coat, etc.)... -avoid contamination by us…
-a differential stain ... ->Gram += purple/blue... ->Gram - = pink/…
-ability of a lens to distinguish 2 nearby points as distinct…
ocular x objective =total... ex. (10x from eyepiece)(40x objecti…
Aseptic Technique
-wear PPE (gloves, lab coat, etc.)... -avoid contamination by us…
Gram Staining
-a differential stain ... ->Gram += purple/blue... ->Gram - = pink/…
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MCRO 251 Lab Final
Aseptic Technique
Streak Plating
Gram Staining
Negative Stain
Open plates and tubes as briefly as possible and hold at a ho…
Objective is to achieve well-separated, pure colonies. Rememb…
1. Draw circle to mark area of sample. 2. Transfer sample to…
Used for organisms that can't absorb traditional dyes or that…
Aseptic Technique
Open plates and tubes as briefly as possible and hold at a ho…
Streak Plating
Objective is to achieve well-separated, pure colonies. Rememb…
232 terms
MCRO 251-1
viruses
viroids
bacteria
cocci
A.Are not alive but can replicate in a living cell.... B.Are ob…
-simpler than virus... -single, short piece RNA... -obligate intrac…
-limited morphology... -divide by binary fission... -different shap…
spheres
viruses
A.Are not alive but can replicate in a living cell.... B.Are ob…
viroids
-simpler than virus... -single, short piece RNA... -obligate intrac…
25 terms
MCRO 251-ANTIBIOTICS
1. β lactam drugs
Cephalosporins
Carbapenems
Monobactams
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS active against growing/dividing microorga…
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS 4 generations....higher generations are m…
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS. very resistant to beta-lactamases, but s…
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS. work best against gram negatives. very r…
1. β lactam drugs
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS active against growing/dividing microorga…
Cephalosporins
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS 4 generations....higher generations are m…
27 terms
MCRO 251-ANTIBIOTICS Revised
1. β lactam drugs
Cephalosporins
Carbapenems
Monobactams
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS active against growing/dividing microorga…
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS 5 generations....higher generations are m…
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS. very resistant to beta-lactamases, but s…
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS. work best against gram negatives. very r…
1. β lactam drugs
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS active against growing/dividing microorga…
Cephalosporins
CELL WALL SYNTHESIS 5 generations....higher generations are m…
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MCRO 251 Outline 4
Sterilization
Sterile
Aspetic
Disinfection
any process that completely removes or destroys all viable mi…
completely free of all microorganisms
the minimization of contamination from pathogenic organisms
the process of killing non-sporulating (vegetative) microbes,…
Sterilization
any process that completely removes or destroys all viable mi…
Sterile
completely free of all microorganisms
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MCRO 251 Outline 6
Biosynthesis of DNA viruses
RNA viruses usually replicate in the _…
All RNA viruses will have the gene to…
Can a positive stranded RNA virus be t…
- most often replicate in the nucleus... - require genome to be…
cytoplasm
RNA dependent RNA polymerase
Yes; its genome is like mRNA ... - encodes a viral RNA dependent…
Biosynthesis of DNA viruses
- most often replicate in the nucleus... - require genome to be…
RNA viruses usually replicate in the _…
cytoplasm
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MCRO 251 Exam 1
Scientific nomenclature
Eukarya
Protists
Acellular infectious agents
1st: genus... 2nd: specific epithet/species
Fungi, algae, protozoa, helminths
Algae, protozoa
Viruses, viroids, prions
Scientific nomenclature
1st: genus... 2nd: specific epithet/species
Eukarya
Fungi, algae, protozoa, helminths
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MCRO 251 Exam 2
Th1
Th2
Th17
Threg
Induces cytolytic immune response. Activates Tc cells by prod…
Induces humoral response. Activates B cells by producing pro-…
Induces inflammatory response by producing Il-17, which act o…
Activated during negative selection and responsible for produ…
Th1
Induces cytolytic immune response. Activates Tc cells by prod…
Th2
Induces humoral response. Activates B cells by producing pro-…
62 terms
MCRO 251 Exam 2
First line defense
COPD
Chemical barriers
Granulocytes
Epithelium... Stratified squamous epithelium (keratin)... Mucous me…
Smoking... Bacterial infections... Vicious circle hypothesis regard…
Lysozyme: peptidoglycan/membranes --> tears, saliva, mucous... L…
Just bacteria... Neutrophils (PMNs): 55-65%, bone marrow, primar…
First line defense
Epithelium... Stratified squamous epithelium (keratin)... Mucous me…
COPD
Smoking... Bacterial infections... Vicious circle hypothesis regard…
62 terms
MCRO 251 Lab Practical
Gram Staining
The condenser on the microscope is ess…
Resolving Power
Oil is only used with the ___ objective
differential stain that divides bacteria into two groups: neg…
High resolution using oil immersion.
ability of a lens to distinguish two nearby points as distinc…
100X
Gram Staining
differential stain that divides bacteria into two groups: neg…
The condenser on the microscope is ess…
High resolution using oil immersion.
103 terms
MCRO 251 Microbial Growth
What must happen before/during bacteri…
the time it takes for a cell to reprod…
Bacterial cells reproduce __________.
What is the equation for bacterial exp…
replication of the chromosome
generation or doubling time
exponentially
Nt = No + 2^n... Nt=number of cells in a population at a given t…
What must happen before/during bacteri…
replication of the chromosome
the time it takes for a cell to reprod…
generation or doubling time
355 terms
Mcro 251 Final
Strep Sore Throat infectious agent
Strep Sore Throat morphology
Strep Sore Throat is Gram _______
Strep Sore Throat signs/symptoms
Streptococcus pyogenes
cocci, chains
Positive
sore red throat with pus, swollen lymph nodes, difficulty swa…
Strep Sore Throat infectious agent
Streptococcus pyogenes
Strep Sore Throat morphology
cocci, chains
25 terms
MCRO 251 Lab 1
Microscope Arm
Microscope Nosepiece
Objectives
Ocular Lens
supports body tube, grasp when carrying, microscope
rotates, 4 objective lenses attached, need click
lenses that magnify (4x, 10x, 40x, 100x)
magnify image 10x
Microscope Arm
supports body tube, grasp when carrying, microscope
Microscope Nosepiece
rotates, 4 objective lenses attached, need click
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MCRO 251 Lab 8
What type of ELISA was performed in cl…
ELISA
Direct ELISA
Indirect ELISA
indirect
enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
patient sample is tested for presence of antigen
tests for presence of specific antibody in patient sample
What type of ELISA was performed in cl…
indirect
ELISA
enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay
30 terms
MCRO 251 Immune Disorders
Type 1 Hypersensitvity (Immediate)-
Normall IgE reaction occurs bc
Antibodies bind to mast cells in tissu…
crosslinking in Type 1 causes
when antigen is airborn or ingested... antigen must be small, so…
helminth infections
IgE FcR on surface of cell
release of granules containing: histamine, leoktrienes, serot…
Type 1 Hypersensitvity (Immediate)-
when antigen is airborn or ingested... antigen must be small, so…
Normall IgE reaction occurs bc
helminth infections
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