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BIO 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Dna Virus, Viremia, Immunodeficiency

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19 Feb 2018
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Chicken pox: dsdna, human reservoir, transmission most frequent airborne but in can also be transmitted by direct contact, fewer skin vesicles in child
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BIO 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Dna Virus, Viremia, Immunodeficiency

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19 Feb 2018
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Chicken pox: dsdna, human reservoir, transmission most frequent airborne but in can also be transmitted by direct contact, fewer skin vesicles in child
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BIO 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Neisseria, Necrotizing Fasciitis, Aerosol

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8 Nov 2017
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Are divided into upper and lower respiratory tract infection. Upper: diphtheria is caused by an exotoxin produced by the g(+) bacillus, corynebacterium
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BIO 375 Lecture 3: Stages of Clinical Infections

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BIO 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Henipavirus, Caliciviridae, Norovirus

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19 Feb 2018
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This is really anything that causes a gut infection. Lots of things cause it, viral, bacterial and protozoan etiologies. Family caliciviridae (used to
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BIO 375 Lecture 2: Microbe - Host Interactions

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11 Sep 2017
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BIO 375 Lecture 1: Intro to Pathogen Evolution

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BIO 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Liver Transplantation, Hepa, Dna Virus

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19 Feb 2018
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Decreased bilirubin to intestine accumulation in blood jaundice. Hepatitis a (hep a) (+) ssrna virus. High prevalence in south america, africa, lower a
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BIO 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Human Microbiota, Staphylococcus, Tachycardia

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8 Nov 2017
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Food intoxication (food poisoning): ingestion of bacterial toxins (with or without the microbe being present) Foodborne infection: bacteria multiply in
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