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Introduction to Microbiology

Normal Flora
Pathogenicity of Microorganisms
Diagnostic Microbiology
Vaccines And Antibiotics

Bacterial Structure, Growth And Metabolism

Bacterial Genetics

Staphylococci

MB 1 Comparison of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.

MB 2 Classification of medically important bacterial families.

MB 3 Classification of medically important virus families.

MB 4 Normal flora in Human Body (Skin, Eye, Mouth and nose,

G. E. Tract, vagina)

MB 5 Bacterial Pathogens Id50 v /s LD50, Adhesion to host cell

membranes, Action of exotoxins, Koch’s postulates.

MB 6 Types of viral pathogenesis, Dissemination of virus to

secondary sites in the body, Mother-to-infant.

MB 7 Laboratory techniques in diagnosis of microbial diseases.

Effect of sensitivity and specificity of a test on the presence

of false-positives and false-negatives. Steps in Gram stain

method.

MB 8 Tests commonly used in identifying bacteria.

MB 9 Immunologic detection of microorganisms.

MB 10 Detection of Microbial DNA or RNA

MB 11 Bacterial Vaccines (DTaP, Childhood immunization)

MB 12 Formulation of Some of the vaccines.

MB 13 VIRAL VACCINES Candidates for hepatitis immunization.

HBsAg = hepatitis B surface antigen.

MB 14 DNAVACCINES produce antigen needed to generate

immunity. MHC = Major histocompatibility complex.

MB 15 Summary of therapeutic applications of selected antiviral

agents.

MB 16 Bacterial cell & Bacterial cell walls.

MB 17 Comparison of gram-positive and gram-negative bacterial

cell.

MB 18 Synthesis of a bacterial cell wall.

MB 19 Bacterial growth.

MB 20 Bacterial genome & Bacterial replication

MB 21 Visual detection of bacteriophage by the plaque method.

MB 22 Gene Transfer – A. Conjugation, B. Transduction, C.

Transformation.

MB 23 Gene Regulation – A. Negative control (repression) B.

Positive control (catabolite activation)