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    Contents:

    1. Introduction to Microbiology
    2. From Atoms to Cells
    3. Tools of the Laboratory
    4. Methods for Studying Microorganisms.
    5. The Bacteria and Archaea
    6. Eukaryotic Cells and Microorganisms. An Introduction to the Viruses.
    7. Elements of Microbial Nutrition, Ecology
    8. Microbial Metabolism
    9. Microbial Genetics.
    10. Genetic Engineering: Molecular Biology. Physical and Chemical Control of Micro
    11. Drugs, Microbes, Host
    12. The Elements of Chemotherapy.
    13. Microbe-Human Interactions
    14. Infection and Disease.
    15. The Nature of Host Defenses.
    16. The Acquisition of Specific Immunity
    17. Immunization and Immune Assays.
    18. Disorders in Immunity.
    19. Introduction to Microbiology
    20. Humans and the Microbial World
    21. The Molecules of Life
    22. Microscopy and Cell Structure [2]
    23. Dynamics and Prokaryotic Growth
    24. Control of Microbial Growth
    25. Metabolism: Fueling Cell Growth
    26. The Blueprint of Life, from DNA to Prot
    27. Bacterial Genetics
    28. Prokaryotes
    29. The Diversity of Prokaryotic Organisms
    30. The Eukaryotic Members
    31. Viruses of Bacteria
    32. Viruses, Prions, and Viroids
    33. The Innate Immune Response
    34. The Adaptive Immune Response
    35. Applications of Immune Responses
    36. Host-Microbe Interactions
    37. Epidemiology
    38. Antimicrobial Medications
    39. Scope and History of Microbiology
    40. Microscopy and Staining
    41. Prokaryotic VS Eukaryotic Cells
    42. Essential Concepts of Metabolism
    43. Growth and Culturing of Bacteria
    44. Microbial Genetics
    45. Recombinant DNA and Genetic Engineering
    46. Introduction to Bacteriology
    47. Eukaryotic Microorganisms & Parasite
    48. Sterilization and Disinfection Antimicrobial Therapy
    49. Host-Microbe Relationships
    50. Epidemiology & Nosocomial Infection
    51. Nonspecific Host Defenses
    52. Basic Principles of Specific Immunity
    53. The Bacterial Cell
    54. Identification of Infectious Agents
    55. Nutrition, Growth and Energy Metabolism
    56. Cell Envelope, spores and Macromolecular Biosynthesis
    57. Antibiotics - Cell Envelope
    58. Antibiotics - Protein Synthesis
    59. Nucleic Acid Synthesis and Metabolism
    60. Bacteriophage
    61. Exchange of Genetic Information
    62. Genetic Regulatory Mechanisms
    63. General Aspects of Bacterial Pathogen
    64. Enterobacteriaceae [2]
    65. Staphylococci [2, 3, 4]
    66. Streptococci [2, 3]
    67. Streptococcus pneumoniae and
    68. Neisseria and Spirochetes
    69. Anaerobes and Pseudomonas - Opportunistic Infections
    70. Mycobacteria, Corynebacteria & Legion
    71. Zoonoses [2]
    72. Bordetella [2, 3]
    73. Haemophilus [2, 3, 4]
    74. Mycoplasma and Uroplasma [2]
    75. Chlamydia
    76. Rickettsia
    77. Introduction to Virology [2, 3]
    78. Definitions of Viruses
    79. Classification of viruses [2]
    80. Morphology of viruses
    81. Virus replication Strategies
    82. DNA Viruses
    83. RNA Viruses [2]
    84. Viral life cycle
    85. Viral Genetics
    86. Oncogenic Viruses
    87. Human Immunodeficiency Virus
    88. Development of Viral Vaccines
    89. Viral Chemotherapy
    90. Influenza virus
    91. Picornaviruses
    92. Rotaviruses [2, 3]
    93. Parvoviruses
    94. Papova viruses
    95. Retroviruses
    96. Clincal Correlation (AIDS)
    97. Oncogenes [2]
    98. Hepatitis [2, 3]
    99. HIV
    100. Herpes viruses [2]
    101. Enteroviruses
    102. Respiratory Viruses
    103. Diarrhoeal Viruses
    104. Congenital Viral Infections
    105. Arboviruses
    106. Viral Zoonoses
    107. Virological Tests
    108. Comparison of Viruses
    109. Laboratory Quality Control
    110. Surveillance of Infectious Diseases
    111. Viral Pathogenesis
    112. Introduction to Parasitology
    113. Principles & Definition of Parasitology
    114. Introduction to Protozoa
    115. Intestinal Flagellates
    116. Amebae [2]
    117. Leishmania and Trypanosoma
    118. Malaria
    119. Other Apicomplexa
    120. Protozoa Review
    121. Introduction to Trematodes
    122. Life Cycles of Trematodes
    123. Liver Trematodes
    124. Lung and Reproductive System Trematodes
    125. Digestive Trematodes
    126. Schistosomiasis [2, 3]
    127. Introduction to Tapeworms
    128. Cyclophyllidean Tapeworms
    129. Platyhelminthes Review
    130. Introduction to Nematodes, Ascaris Nematodes, and Pinworms
    131. Trichurids
    132. Hookworms and Threadworms
    133. Filarial Nematodes & Guinea Worms
    134. Introduction to Arthropods, Ticks & Mites
    135. Insecta
    136. Nematoda/Arthropoda Review and Final Exam Information
    137. Acariasis
    138. Chagas Disease
    139. Filariasis
    140. Giardiasis [2]
    141. Hookworm Infections
    142. Parasitic Diseases [2, 3]
    143. Pin Worms
    144. Introduction to Mycology
    145. Actinomycetes
    146. Yeasts
    147. Superficial Mycoses
    148. Filamentous Fungi
    149. Dimorphic Fungi
    150. Opportunistic mycoses
    151. Introduction of Immunity
    152. Ig structure and function
    153. Molecular genetics of Ig
    154. B cell development & function
    155. Major Histocompatibility complex
    156. Antigen Processing
    157. T cell antigen receptors
    158. T cell development & tolerance
    159. Lymphocyte migration
    Allergy
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