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403 termscreated on January 21, 2017
Pathogenic microbiology Copied
major histocompatibility molecules (MHC)
antigen
lymphocyte
immunoglobulins (Igs)
molecules that are present on every cell of the body and act…
any entity that can elicit an immune response
small WBC that can recognize & respond to antigens
another name for antibodies, there are five different types
major histocompatibility molecules (MHC)
molecules that are present on every cell of the body and act…
antigen
any entity that can elicit an immune response
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Types of White Blood Cells
Neutrophils
Eosinophils
Basophils
Monocytes
54% to 62% ... lobed nucleus with two to five segments; First wh…
1% to 3%... Red-stained cytoplasmic granules and are usually bil…
1%... Similar to eosinophils, but have fewer, more irregular sha…
3% to 9%... Largest of the white blood cells and has a single nu…
Neutrophils
54% to 62% ... lobed nucleus with two to five segments; First wh…
Eosinophils
1% to 3%... Red-stained cytoplasmic granules and are usually bil…
110 termscreated on January 21, 2017
Pharmacology of Antibacterial Drugs
What are five main reasons to have a v…
What are the four main toxicities/comp…
What's the difference between bacteric…
B-lactams, vancomycin, fluoroquinolone…
1. Spectrum (to treat a wide variety of bugs)... 2. Resistance (…
1. Hypersensitivity reaction... 2. Superinfection (common with b…
while bacteriostatic drugs slow the growth of bacteria, bacte…
bactericidal drugs
What are five main reasons to have a v…
1. Spectrum (to treat a wide variety of bugs)... 2. Resistance (…
What are the four main toxicities/comp…
1. Hypersensitivity reaction... 2. Superinfection (common with b…
48 termscreated on January 21, 2017
micro chpt 1
Microorganisms
Microorganism Characteristics
Pathogenic
Linnaeus
organisms that are too small to be seen with the unaided eye
- decompose organic waste... - are producers in the ecosystem by…
disease causing
established the system of scientific nomenclature
Microorganisms
organisms that are too small to be seen with the unaided eye
Microorganism Characteristics
- decompose organic waste... - are producers in the ecosystem by…
48 termscreated on January 21, 2017
Pharmacology of Antibacterial Drugs I & II
Why is the cell wall a good target for…
B-lactam drugs primarily act on which…
What is the mechanism of action for B-…
What are the two major groups of B-lac…
the inside of bacteria is hypertonic, so when the cell wall o…
gram positive bacteria
B-lactam drugs inhibit transpeptidase (enzyme responsible for…
penicillin and cephalosporin derivatives
Why is the cell wall a good target for…
the inside of bacteria is hypertonic, so when the cell wall o…
B-lactam drugs primarily act on which…
gram positive bacteria
14 termscreated on January 21, 2017
(Microbiology II) Media Characteristics
Enriched, Differential
Selective, Differential
Selective, Differential
Selective
(Type of medium?)... blood agar
(Type of medium?)... Mannitol salt agar
(Type of medium?)... Eosin Methylene Blue Agar
(Type of medium?)... Phenylethyl alcohol Agar
Enriched, Differential
(Type of medium?)... blood agar
Selective, Differential
(Type of medium?)... Mannitol salt agar
35 termscreated on January 21, 2017
Test 1; Chapter 2, Chemistry
atom
composition of atoms
element
major elements
-chemical substance that can't be broken down further by ordi…
-proton (+)... -neutron (neutral)... -electron (-)
-a pure substance containing only 1 kind of atom
-carbon C... -chlorine Cl... -hydrogen H... -nitrogen N... -oxygen O... -pho…
atom
-chemical substance that can't be broken down further by ordi…
composition of atoms
-proton (+)... -neutron (neutral)... -electron (-)
18 termscreated on January 21, 2017
Bacteria: External Structures
Flagella
What are the cellular locations of fla…
What are two common Spirochetes?
What are Flagellin?
Spiral filaments that stick out from the cell surface... Rotate…
Monotrichous... Lophotrichous... Peritrichous... Internal
Lyme Disease (Borrelia burgdoferi)... Syphilis (Treponema pallid…
Protein sub units... Grow by passing through center and assembli…
Flagella
Spiral filaments that stick out from the cell surface... Rotate…
What are the cellular locations of fla…
Monotrichous... Lophotrichous... Peritrichous... Internal
69 termscreated on January 21, 2017
Small Animal III Exam II - Lecture 4
1. Diffuse light and magnification... 2.…
Kimura spatula or cytobrush - a cotton…
1. Hyperemia... 2. Chemosis... 3. Ocular dis…
1. Canine distemper... 2. Canine Adenovir…
How should the conjunctiva be examined?
What should be used to perform a conjunctival scraping?
These clinical signs are typically seen in diseases of the co…
What are causes of viral conjunctivitis in a dog?
1. Diffuse light and magnification... 2.…
How should the conjunctiva be examined?
Kimura spatula or cytobrush - a cotton…
What should be used to perform a conjunctival scraping?
31 termscreated on January 21, 2017
Bacterial Cell Structure
What part of the plasma membrane is re…
Where does the captured energy come fr…
What is the 3rd role of proteins in a…
Why is it important to maintain chemic…
Proteins
Resperation (Electron Transport Chain)
Maintain chemical & electrical gradients
Proton motive force for ATP synthesis... Proton motive force fo…
What part of the plasma membrane is re…
Proteins
Where does the captured energy come fr…
Resperation (Electron Transport Chain)
87 termscreated on January 21, 2017
Microbiology Lecture, QUIZ 1 Ch. 1&3 BIO205
Mycology def:
Microbiology def:
Microbes def:
Groups of microbes:
the study of fungi
the study of organisms that are too small to be seen with the…
organisms invisible to the naked eye (ex: pathogens, germs, a…
-viruses... -bacteria... -fungi... -protozoans... -parasitic worms
Mycology def:
the study of fungi
Microbiology def:
the study of organisms that are too small to be seen with the…
25 termscreated on January 21, 2017
Microbiology Exam 1
Prokaryotes vs Eukaryotes
Importance of differences of prokaryot…
Shapes of Bacterial Cells
Arrangements of Bacterial Cells
Prokaryotes... -Unique cellular structures... -No nucleus or higher…
1) Some structural molecules serve as potential identifiers... -…
1) COCCUS: spherical ("ball")... 2) BACILLUS: rod-shaped... -COCCOB…
1) Singles, pairs, ("diplococci"), tetrads... 2) Irregular "clus…
Prokaryotes vs Eukaryotes
Prokaryotes... -Unique cellular structures... -No nucleus or higher…
Importance of differences of prokaryot…
1) Some structural molecules serve as potential identifiers... -…
13 termscreated on January 21, 2017
Microbiology for Quiz 2
what occurs in nucleus
two mechanisms of parting
what phase is mitosis of the cell cycle
cell cycle
DNA replication and partitioning and RNA synthase
mitosis- gives two identical cells after cytokinesis... meiosis-…
s
what occurs in nucleus
DNA replication and partitioning and RNA synthase
two mechanisms of parting
mitosis- gives two identical cells after cytokinesis... meiosis-…
68 termscreated on January 21, 2017
Microbiology - Staph/Strep
Clumping factor
Capsule as a virulent factor
Lipoteichoic acid
Teichoic acids
Virulent factor of Staph aureus... Cell wall protein... Binds to f…
...
Cell attachment to fibronectin (trauma)
virulent factor for Staph aureus... bind to epithelial cells
Clumping factor
Virulent factor of Staph aureus... Cell wall protein... Binds to f…
Capsule as a virulent factor
...
16 termscreated on January 21, 2017
Chapter 4
Eukaryotic cells are found in ?
Eukayotic Cell
Procaryotic cells are found in ?
Procaryotic Cell
-Animals... - Plants... - Fungi... - Protists
-Contain double-membrane bound nucleus with DNA chromosomes... -…
-Bacteria... -Archaea
-No nucleus or other membrane-bound organelles... -They do have…
Eukaryotic cells are found in ?
-Animals... - Plants... - Fungi... - Protists
Eukayotic Cell
-Contain double-membrane bound nucleus with DNA chromosomes... -…
97 termscreated on January 21, 2017
Repro: Microbiology of Genital Flora, TORCH Syndrome - (Saviola) - JCN
Vaginal flora are generally ____, of t…
The pH of the vagina is usually lower…
Vaginal ___ cells provide the building…
What does a gram stain of vaginal secr…
Aerobic... Lactobacillus - Most common - makes H2O2
lower than 4.5... Lactic Acid
Epithelial cells... Lactic Acid
Gram positive rod
Vaginal flora are generally ____, of t…
Aerobic... Lactobacillus - Most common - makes H2O2
The pH of the vagina is usually lower…
lower than 4.5... Lactic Acid
45 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Microbiology week 2
streak plate
colony forming unit
quadrant streak, t streak
zigzag
technique for isolating a colony
colony origin
used to isolate samples suspected of high cell density
used to isolate samples suspected of lower cell densities
streak plate
technique for isolating a colony
colony forming unit
colony origin
21 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Week 57 (Nausea, Vomiting and Diarrhea)- Lecture Content 1
1.2- Enteric Infections- Part 1
Secretory vs. Inflammatory Diarrhea
1. Describe the composition of the int…
2. List the different pathogenic organ…
...
Secretory Diarrhea ... • Water, none/minimal fever, continues de…
a. Microbes are essential to the health of humans strong inte…
Location of Infections... Small Bowel- V. Cholera, E. Coli (LT,…
1.2- Enteric Infections- Part 1
...
Secretory vs. Inflammatory Diarrhea
Secretory Diarrhea ... • Water, none/minimal fever, continues de…
78 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Chapter 3 Microbiology
what are the units of measurements?
What is a simple microscope?
What is a compound microscope?
km, hm, dam, m, dm, cm, nm pm
only has one lens
-has multiple lenses ... -most common microscope used in microbi…
what are the units of measurements?
km, hm, dam, m, dm, cm, nm pm
What is a simple microscope?
only has one lens
7 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Order of the Draw; Venipuncture
Yellow Topper
Red Topper
Blue Topper
Green Topper
SPS or Sodium polyanethol sulfonate additive tubes are used i…
This is a serum tube that can or cannot contain a clot activa…
These tubes contain Sodium citrate and are second on the draw
These tubes have heparin tube with or without gel plasma sepa…
Yellow Topper
SPS or Sodium polyanethol sulfonate additive tubes are used i…
Red Topper
This is a serum tube that can or cannot contain a clot activa…
72 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Microbiology Quiz 2 - Ch. 4
Prokaryote
Prokaryote
Prokaryote
Prokaryote
One circular chromosome not bound by a membrane
No organelles
Have peptidoglycan (Bacteria) or pseudomurein (Archaea) cell…
Divide by binary fission
Prokaryote
One circular chromosome not bound by a membrane
Prokaryote
No organelles
73 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Exam 1
What are the three major classes of ha…
Biological (infectious) hazards
What are the most common biological ha…
Mechanical hazards
Biological (infectious)... Mechanical... Chemical
Any substance that contains enough pathogens to cause infecti…
Hep B... Hep C... HIV
Consist of sharp instruments & electrical hazards
What are the three major classes of ha…
Biological (infectious)... Mechanical... Chemical
Biological (infectious) hazards
Any substance that contains enough pathogens to cause infecti…
42 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Gram Stain Morphology and Associated Organisms
Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Enteroc…
Micrococcus, Staphylococcus, Peptostre…
Staphylococcus, Peptostreptococcus, St…
Streptococcus, Peptostreptococcus spp.
Gram-positive cocci, pairs
Gram-positive cocci, tetrads
Gram-positive cocci, groups
Gram-positive cocci, chains
Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Enteroc…
Gram-positive cocci, pairs
Micrococcus, Staphylococcus, Peptostre…
Gram-positive cocci, tetrads
6 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Gram stain morphology
Staphylococcus aureus
Klebsiella pneumoniae
Salmonella
Streptococcus agalactiae
Anaerobic... Gram positive coccus... Grape like clusters
Lactose fermenting... Gram negative rod... facultative anaerobic
Facultative anaerobes... Gram negative rod
Facultative anaerobes... catalase-negative... Gram positive coccus…
Staphylococcus aureus
Anaerobic... Gram positive coccus... Grape like clusters
Klebsiella pneumoniae
Lactose fermenting... Gram negative rod... facultative anaerobic
154 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Microbiology Exam 1
Prokaryote (bacterial)
Coccus (bacterial cell shape)
Bacillus (bacterial cell shape)
Spirillium (bacterial cell shape)
-no nucleus... -different makeup of cell wall lipids than eukary…
spherical/ ball shaped... *coc and balls
rod-shaped... *brrrrrrr
spiral-shaped... *sss
Prokaryote (bacterial)
-no nucleus... -different makeup of cell wall lipids than eukary…
Coccus (bacterial cell shape)
spherical/ ball shaped... *coc and balls
23 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Science vocab
Algea
Antibiotic Resistance
Antibiotics
Bacteria
chlorophyll-containing eukaryotic organisms that can be unice…
when bacteria are able to change so that they are no longer e…
- drugs that kill bacteria and cure bacterial infections and…
a domain of prokaryotes that are microscopic, single-celled o…
Algea
chlorophyll-containing eukaryotic organisms that can be unice…
Antibiotic Resistance
when bacteria are able to change so that they are no longer e…
14 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Micro plates
Bordet-gengou
Phenylethyl alcohol (PEA)
Thayer-Martin
Buffered charcoal-yeast extract agar (…
Isolation... Bordetella pertussis and Bordetella parapertussis
Selective... Gram positive.
Isolation... N. gonorrhoeae and N. meningitides
Enrichment... Legionella spp.
Bordet-gengou
Isolation... Bordetella pertussis and Bordetella parapertussis
Phenylethyl alcohol (PEA)
Selective... Gram positive.
30 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Microbiology
microbiology
microorganisms
virus
bacteria
the study of microbes
A simple form of life, commonly made up of a single cell and…
A microorganism smaller than the smallest bacterium that has…
A single-celled or noncellular spherical or spiral or rod-sha…
microbiology
the study of microbes
microorganisms
A simple form of life, commonly made up of a single cell and…
5 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Microbiology: Epidemiology 1
Outbreak/Epidemic
Epidemic
Pandemic
Endemic
The increased occurrence of an infectious disease beyond what…
Affecting or tending to affect a disproportionately large num…
Occurring over a wide geographic area and affecting exception…
Characteristic of or belonging/native to a particular people…
Outbreak/Epidemic
The increased occurrence of an infectious disease beyond what…
Epidemic
Affecting or tending to affect a disproportionately large num…
6 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Microbiology
Microbes
Escherichia Coli
Staphylococcus aureus
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Diverse, Ubiquitous, Abundant. Any organism not visible to th…
a rod-shaped bacterium of about 1x3 micron in size; average v…
Spherical shaped bacterium. 1 micron in diameter.
Ovoid yeast of about 5 micron in diameter.
Microbes
Diverse, Ubiquitous, Abundant. Any organism not visible to th…
Escherichia Coli
a rod-shaped bacterium of about 1x3 micron in size; average v…
33 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Microbiology Unit 1
Epidemiology
Dr. John Snow
Illnesses caused by an infectious agen…
An infection may result in one or more…
The study of the distribution of a disease or an event and th…
The father of epidemiology.... Applied epidemiology approach to…
Human to human, e.g. polio, smallpox, measles & STIs, etc.... A…
-No illness... -Immune response... -Colonization... -Carrier state…
Epidemiology
The study of the distribution of a disease or an event and th…
Dr. John Snow
The father of epidemiology.... Applied epidemiology approach to…
105 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Microbiology: Respiratory Microbes
What are the sulfonamides that we shou…
Sulfamethoxazole & trimethoprim are wh…
What is the MOA of Sulfamethoxazole?
What is the MOA of trimethoprim
Sulfamethoxazole + trimethoprim (SMX/TMP)
2 Rx in this class sulfonamides
this drug is a folate synthesis inhibitor inhibits pteroate s…
this is Rx is a folte synthesis inhibitor inhibits DHFR block…
What are the sulfonamides that we shou…
Sulfamethoxazole + trimethoprim (SMX/TMP)
Sulfamethoxazole & trimethoprim are wh…
2 Rx in this class sulfonamides
37 terms
created on January 20, 2017
Microbiology lecture 4
acid fast, acid alcohol (HCl)
F
LCFA
TB ghosts (white parts)
Mycobacterium are an example of ______ ______ bacteria that r…
T/F mycobacterium stain with gram positive stain
Acid fast bacteria contain ______________ in their cell walls…
What sign do you see here that indicates presence of Mycobact…
acid fast, acid alcohol (HCl)
Mycobacterium are an example of ______ ______ bacteria that r…
F
T/F mycobacterium stain with gram positive stain
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(NOT DONE: due to notes not complete) Micro: Chapter 3 Review - Study Guide Questions
eukaryotes
prokaryotes
cell membrane
chromosome
more complex with organelles... true nucleus with membrane... --->…
less complex with no organelles nor true nucleus... ---> ex. bac…
location: between cell wall and cytoplasm... -similar in structu…
-one, supercoiled, circular DNA molecule... -suspended in cytopl…
eukaryotes
more complex with organelles... true nucleus with membrane... --->…
prokaryotes
less complex with no organelles nor true nucleus... ---> ex. bac…
23 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Chapter 3
Parameters of microscopy
Light microscopy
Bright field microscopy
Dark field microscopy
Magnification, Resolution, and contrast.
Visible light passes through a series of lenses to produce a…
Most common, illuminates evenly. Contrast can by increased by…
Light is at an angle
Parameters of microscopy
Magnification, Resolution, and contrast.
Light microscopy
Visible light passes through a series of lenses to produce a…
22 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Respiratory Tract Infection 1 (Part 4, Lecture 2)
The top 3 causative viral agents of re…
This is a member of the picornaviruses…
This is a naked, dsDNA virus that can…
This is an enveloped RNA virus with *p…
Rhinoviruses... Corona virus... Adenovirus
Rhinovirus... (Grows well in lower temperatures, 33 C, and lowe…
Adenovirus (Type 4, 7 and 21 cause adenoviral pharyngitis..…
Coronavirus... (3 types, each causing common cold, intestinal i…
The top 3 causative viral agents of re…
Rhinoviruses... Corona virus... Adenovirus
This is a member of the picornaviruses…
Rhinovirus... (Grows well in lower temperatures, 33 C, and lowe…
77 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Chapter 2
Ionic
Covalent
Hydrogen
Acid
bond formed by attraction between ions that have opposing cha…
bond with two non-metals; sharing electrons;
bond with and O or N carrying a partial Negative charge and a…
A proton (hydrogen ion, H+) DONOR; gives away hydrogen; takes…
Ionic
bond formed by attraction between ions that have opposing cha…
Covalent
bond with two non-metals; sharing electrons;
12 termscreated on January 20, 2017
graph,micro,scop,photo
graph
micro
scop
photo
write
small
view or see
light
graph
write
micro
small
109 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Chapter 3: Microscopy and cell structure
Light microsocpe
Magnification Resolution contrast
Magnification
Resolution
1,000x common; light passes through specimen and magnifying l…
three important concepts in microscopy
apparent increase in size
ability to distinguish between objects that are very close to…
Light microsocpe
1,000x common; light passes through specimen and magnifying l…
Magnification Resolution contrast
three important concepts in microscopy
22 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Micro Chapter 3
coccus
bacillus
Vibrio
Spirillum
A spherical bacterium.
rod shaped
comma shaped
spiral shaped bacteria
coccus
A spherical bacterium.
bacillus
rod shaped
50 termscreated on January 20, 2017
1 - Scope of Microbiology
microbiology
what is the only eukaryotic organism t…
"first animals"
malaria
specialized area of biology that deals with living things ord…
fungi
protozoa
caused by a protozoan microorganism (single celled eukaryotic)
microbiology
specialized area of biology that deals with living things ord…
what is the only eukaryotic organism t…
fungi
38 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Microbial Growth and Nutrition
Macroelements (Macronutrients)
Micronutrient (Trace Elements)
Growth Factors
Way To Uptake Nutrients (by the Cell)
C, O, H, N, S, P, K, Ca, Mg, and Fe... Required in large amount.
Mn, Zn, Co, Mo, Ni, and Cu... -Required in trace amount... -Often f…
-Many microbe don't have the ability to synthesis every organ…
-Passive Diffusion... -Facilitated Diffusion... -Active Transport... -…
Macroelements (Macronutrients)
C, O, H, N, S, P, K, Ca, Mg, and Fe... Required in large amount.
Micronutrient (Trace Elements)
Mn, Zn, Co, Mo, Ni, and Cu... -Required in trace amount... -Often f…
26 termscreated on January 20, 2017
Microbiology chapter 1
Microorganisms
Microbes include
microbes characteristics
pathogenic
organisms that are too small to be seen with the unaided eye
bacteria, fungi, protozoa, microscopic algae, and viruses
A few are pathogenic (disease-producing) • Decompose organic…
disease producing
Microorganisms
organisms that are too small to be seen with the unaided eye
Microbes include
bacteria, fungi, protozoa, microscopic algae, and viruses
21 termscreated on January 19, 2017
microbiology
parts of a compound light microscope
ocular magnification
objective magnification
total magnification
arm, base, body tube, condenser lens, coarse focus adjustment…
its 10X always
it depends on the lens used, 4X, 10X,40X and 100X
ocular magnification 10X × objective magnification= total mag…
parts of a compound light microscope
arm, base, body tube, condenser lens, coarse focus adjustment…
ocular magnification
its 10X always
11 termscreated on January 19, 2017
Clinically Important MO's
Acinetobacter baumanii (Family Moraxel…
Actinobacillus spp. (Family Pasteurell…
Actinomycetes(actinomycetes, streptomy…
Actinomyces... Gram Positive
important soil organisms, and are key source of infection in…
immotile and nonspore forming, oval to rod shaped occurring a…
most streptomycetes produce spores. Found in soil and decayin…
facultatively anaerovic, may form endospores.... They are known…
Acinetobacter baumanii (Family Moraxel…
important soil organisms, and are key source of infection in…
Actinobacillus spp. (Family Pasteurell…
immotile and nonspore forming, oval to rod shaped occurring a…
49 termscreated on January 19, 2017
Chapter 2
Atom
Nucleus
Electron Shell
Valence Electrons
smallest unit of an element
located in the center of an atom, contains protons and neutrons
corresponds to different energy levels
number of extra or missing electrons in the outer most shell
Atom
smallest unit of an element
Nucleus
located in the center of an atom, contains protons and neutrons
54 termscreated on January 19, 2017
Chapter 6: Microbial Growth (Microbiology)
Psychrophiles, Psychrotrophs, Mesophil…
Acids, growth, chemical buffers
Water, food
(physical) Temperature, Ph, osmotic pr…
Classify microbes into five groups on the basis of preferred…
Identify how and why the pH of culture media is controlled? W…
Explain the importance of osmotic pressure to microbial growt…
What are the physical (3) and chemical (4) requirements for m…
Psychrophiles, Psychrotrophs, Mesophil…
Classify microbes into five groups on the basis of preferred…
Acids, growth, chemical buffers
Identify how and why the pH of culture media is controlled? W…
19 termscreated on January 19, 2017
Microbiology Ch. 1
Microbiology
Microbes
Microbes Pros & Cons
Fathers of Microbiology
Study of the microbial world (microbes). Members too small to…
Living organisms too small to be seen in the naked eye withou…
They balance nature (nitrogen fix)... They support industries…
Anthony Leeuwenhoek... Robert Hooke... They made humans aware o…
Microbiology
Study of the microbial world (microbes). Members too small to…
Microbes
Living organisms too small to be seen in the naked eye withou…
39 termscreated on January 19, 2017
Bacteria and Archaea
Microbiology
microbiology was born in
Antony van Leeuwenhoek profession
Antony van Leeuwenhoek discovery
study of organisms too small to be seen with the human eye
1674
drapery merchant
made magnifying glass to study lake water. observed animalcules
Microbiology
study of organisms too small to be seen with the human eye
microbiology was born in
1674
11 termscreated on January 19, 2017
Microbio Lec Exam 6- Mucosal Immunity Case Study
Selective IgA Deficiency... -subset of co…
giardiasis
Crohn's dz... = pleotrophic; multi-system
Initial treatment:... -Proton pump inhibi…
what is the most common primary immunodef?
pts w/ selective IgA def have inc susceptibility to what micr…
child presents w/ arthritis, oral aphthous ulcers, erythema n…
tx for Crohn's dz?
Selective IgA Deficiency... -subset of co…
what is the most common primary immunodef?
giardiasis
pts w/ selective IgA def have inc susceptibility to what micr…
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