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UWMICROM 301Anderson DeniseFall

MICROM 301 Chapter 8: chapter 8 micro

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UWMICROM 301Roger E.BumgarnerFall

MICROM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16.1, 16.5, 16.6: Immunosuppression, Immunodeficiency, Vitamin K

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16. 1 the anatomical barriers as ecosystems: most microbes are harmless, many are beneficial, can cause disease if opportunity arises, delicate balanci
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UWMICROM 301Roger E.BumgarnerFall

MICROM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Theodor Escherich, Helminths, Eukaryote

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UWMICROM 301Roger E.BumgarnerFall

MICROM 301 Chapter 19.5, 19.6:

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UWMICROM 301Roger E.BumgarnerFall

MICROM 301 Chapter 18.1:

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18. 1 principles of immunization: gain of adaptive immunity through normal events like exposure to infectious. Prevent disease immediately before or af
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UWMICROM 301Roger E.BumgarnerFall

MICROM 301 Chapter 16.4:

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UWMICROM 301Roger E.BumgarnerFall

MICROM 301 Chapter 14: Overview of Immune Defenses

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UWMICROM 301Roger E.BumgarnerFall

MICROM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Opsonin, Phagosome, Phagolysosome

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Function: routinely engulf and digest material, including invading microbes, if microbes not rapidly cleared by close by macrophages, macrophages produ
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UWMICROM 301Roger E.BumgarnerFall

MICROM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Prontosil, Benzyl Group, Glycan

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Substances causes greater harm to microbes than to human host. Lowest dose toxic to the patient divided by the dose typically used for therapy, higher
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UWMICROM 301Roger E.BumgarnerFall

MICROM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18.4: Primary And Secondary Antibodies, Radionuclide, Microscope Slide

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18. 4 common types of immunoassays: antibodies are small molecules that cannot be seen using conventional microscopy, thus developed assays to monitor
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UWMICROM 301Roger E.BumgarnerFall

MICROM 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24.1: Dental Plaque, Salivary Gland, Gastrointestinal Tract

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UWMICROM 301Roger E.BumgarnerFall

MICROM 301 Chapter 16.3:

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Introduction: colonization, establishment and growth of microbe in a particular environment, normal microbiota has colonized host. If microbe has paras
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