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Tularemia

Tularemia

Natural History of Francisella tularensis. Tularemia. History. Leviticus 11:6-7 But you shall not eat any of the following that only chew the cud or only have hoofs ... the hare, which indeed chews the cud, but does not have hoofs and is therefore unclean for you

By liam
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Agents of bloodstream infections

Agents of bloodstream infections

Agents of bloodstream infections. Institute for Microbiology, Medical Faculty of Masaryk University and St. Anna Faculty Hospital in Brno. Bloodstream infections. less common than respiratory or urinary tract infections, but severe and lifethreatening Types of bloodstream infections:

By iniko
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Agents of bloodstream infections

Agents of bloodstream infections

Agents of bloodstream infections. Institute for Microbiology, Medical Faculty of Masaryk University and St. Anna Faculty Hospital in Brno. Bloodstream infections. less common than respiratory or urinary tract infections, but severe and lifethreatening Types of bloodstream infections:

By ulmer
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Yersinia Pestis

Yersinia Pestis

Yersinia Pestis. Jonathon Parker and Spencer Taylor Core 4-6 th Period May 12, 2009 . Who discovered it and where?. WHO: Alexandre Yersin discovered Yersinia Pestis. WHERE: Yersinia Pestis was discovered in Hong Kong in 1984. What disease does Yersinia Pestis cause?.

By leigh
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Virulence Factors & Features Important in Disease

Virulence Factors & Features Important in Disease

Virulence Factors & Features Important in Disease. Surface adherence & colonization. Gram-positive teichoic acids M fimbriae of Streptococcus pyogenes Gram-negative pili IgA proteases: Streptococcus pneumoniae Neisseria spp. Haemophilus influenzae Biofilms

By chavez
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BACTERIA

BACTERIA

BACTERIA. 1. Bacteria are classified into two kingdoms: Eubacteria (true bacteria) and Archaebacteria (Ancient Bacteria). 2. BACTERIA are microscopic Prokaryotes.  (“before nucleus”) 3. Adapted to living in all environments (even some extreme) – they exist EVERYWHERE.

By nili
(438 views)

Climate Change and the Ecology of Infectious Disease

Climate Change and the Ecology of Infectious Disease

Climate Change and the Ecology of Infectious Disease. Craig Loehle NCASI. Will Warming Increase Disease?. IPCC AR5 says yes Focus on vector borne disease Malaria, dengue fever examples Water borne infections This talk provides perspective, covers biology of disease. Historic Killers.

By chick
(181 views)

Mechanisms of Pathogenicity

Mechanisms of Pathogenicity

Mechanisms of Pathogenicity. Microbiology 2314. Definitions. Pathogenicity The ability of a pathogen to produce a disease by overcoming the defenses of the host. Virulence The degree of pathogenicity Portal of Entry The specific route by which a particular

By gale
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The Black Plague 1347-1353

The Black Plague 1347-1353

ALTERED LANDSCAPE Peter Bruegel the Elder's 'The Triumph of Death,' depicting European life after the plague. The Black Plague 1347-1353. 1347-1353. Medieval Life. Winter Landscape; 1565- Pieter Brueghel the Elder. Yersinia Pestis. Buboes.

By morrie
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Frontal vs Stealth Attack Strategy

Frontal vs Stealth Attack Strategy

Frontal vs Stealth Attack Strategy. Characteristics? Symptoms Timespan Immune involvement. Frontal Attack Strategy I. Vibrio cholerae – cholera epidemics First reportable disease in the United States. Spread by fecal contaminated food/water.

By akando
(123 views)

The Plague

The Plague

The Plague. By Kayla Frick. History of Plague.

By dane
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Medical Microbiology

Medical Microbiology

Medical Microbiology. Detection of disease: Signs & Symptoms Traditional Microbiological Identification Physiological Characteristics Microscopy Techniques Biotechnology (e.g. PCR) Immunological Serological testing by agglutination Fluorescent Antibodies

By abla
(262 views)

Agents of bloodstream infections

Agents of bloodstream infections

Agents of bloodstream infections. Institute for Microbiology, Medical Faculty of Masaryk University and St. Anna Faculty Hospital in Brno. Bloodstream infections. less common than respiratory or urinary tract infections, but severe and lifethreatening Types of bloodstream infections:

By brendy
(299 views)

CSCI6904 Genomics and Biological Computing

CSCI6904 Genomics and Biological Computing

CSCI6904 Genomics and Biological Computing. Phylogenetics. Phylogeny. A non-biological example Howe, CJ., Barbrook, AC., Spencer, M., Robinson, P., Bordalejo, B. and Mooney, LR., 2001, Manuscript Evolution, Trends in Genetics, 17(3), 147-152. An analogy that works well…. Phylogeny.

By odysseus-karan
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Using genomics to track the dissemination of Yersinia pestis strains

Using genomics to track the dissemination of Yersinia pestis strains

Using genomics to track the dissemination of Yersinia pestis strains. Courtesy of www.cdc.gov. Deng et al. 2002 J. Bacteriol. 184:16 4601-4611. Transmission cycle of Plague. Y. pestis and plague. nearly all plague infections are zoonotic with humans being accidental hosts

By sagittarius-lucas
(234 views)

Yersinia pestis

Yersinia pestis

Yersinia pestis. Ancient Plague and Modern Menace Christy Mackenzie. General Outline. History and Relevance General Biology Pathogenesis Detection. Images on first slide:http://www.william-shakespeare.info/bubonic-black-plague-elizabethan-era.htm

By doris-briggs
(201 views)

Control of Microbial Growth

Control of Microbial Growth

Control of Microbial Growth. Chapter 7. History. Humans vs. Microbes infections diseases plagues epidemics pandemics. Nursery Rhyme. Ring- a - ring of rosies Pocketful of posies Achoo ! Achoo ! We all fall down. Bubonic Plague or the Black Death.

By charles-donovan
(98 views)

Bacterial agents of bioterroism

Bacterial agents of bioterroism

Bacterial agents of bioterroism. Laboratory network for biological terrorism. Bacillus anthracis. Anthrax. Anthrax: Overview. Primarily disease of herbivores Humans usually infected by contact with infected animals or contaminated animal products Soil reservoir

By camilla-shaffer
(150 views)

The Bubonic Plague's Pla Protein

The Bubonic Plague's Pla Protein

The Bubonic Plague's Pla Protein. Ben Weber, Kaitlyn Rothamer, Hailey Nuthals, Alex Esselman (Dr. Colton and MSOE). SMART Team. S tudents M odeling A R esearch T opic. Purposes: To understand the molecular world through the application of science in analyzing facts

By andrewn
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Bubonic Plague-SMART

Bubonic Plague-SMART

Bubonic Plague-SMART. Ramsey Beilke, Jonathon Wenzel, Hailey Nuthals MSOE, Dr. Colton. SMART Team. SMART S tudents M odeling A R esearch T opic Goals- Understanding of the molecular world through the application of science in analyzing facts

By gsilva
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