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  1. Veterinary Microbiology by Dwight C. Hirsh, N. James MacLachlan, et all 2004-08-16
  2. Benson's Microbiological Applications: Laboratory Manual in General Microbiology, Short Version by Alfred E Brown, 2008-01-18
  3. Modern Food Microbiology (Food Science Texts Series) by James M. Jay, 2000-01-01
  4. Microbial Biotechnology: Fundamentals of Applied Microbiology by Alexander N. Glazer, Hiroshi Nikaido, 2007-10-01
  5. Concise Review of Veterinary Microbiology by P. J. Quinn, B. K. Markey, 2003-12-02
  6. Microbiology: Principles and Health Sciences Applications by Lois Bergquist, Barbara Pogosian, 2000-03-15
  7. Student Study Guide to accompany Microbiology:A Human Perspective by Eugene W Nester, Denise G. Anderson, et all 2003-02-14
  8. High-Yield™ Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (High-Yield™ Series) by Louise Hawley, 2006-07-02
  9. Microbes in Action: A Laboratory Manual of Microbiology by Harry W. Seeley, Paul J. Vandemark, et all 1990-10-15
  10. Dictionary of Microbiology & Molecular Biology by Paul Singleton, Diana Sainsbury, 2006-11-03
  11. Review of Medical Microbiology by Patrick R. Murray, Ken Rosenthal, 2005-06-29
  12. Veterinary Microbiology and Microbial Disease by P. J. Quinn, B. K. Markey, et all 2002-01-03
  13. Environmental Microbiology
  14. Foundations in Microbiology by Arthur Talaro, Kathleen Park Talaro, 2006-10-01

121. Environmental Microbiology Laboratory
professionals! Environmental microbiology Laboratory, Inc. 2004 Environmental microbiology Laboratory, Inc. Conditions of Use.
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122. Toronto Medical Laboratories & Mount Sinai Hospital: MicroWeb
This site contains data on antimicrobial resistance in Canada, the incidence of serious disease due to Streptococcus pneumoniae and group A streptococcus, sample clinical microbiology lab manuals, and microbiology and infectious diseases information for professionals and the public.

123. Sciences | School Of Molecular & Biomedical Science
Information is supplied about the staff, research and teaching activities and positions available. Has tools for molecular anlaysis and a collection of links to microbiology, immunology and virology sites.
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124. microbiology Home For faster access to microbiology Online from these countries use this URL http// Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong

125. Medmicro Chapter 82
Information on Cutaneous, Mucocutaneous, and Visceral types. From University of Texas Medical Branch, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, microbiology, 'Hemoflagellates'.
Rodrigo A. Zeledón
General Concepts
American Trypanosomiasis (Chagas Disease)
Clinical Manifestations
Symptoms of acute disease may include fever, local or general edema, lymphadenopathy, tachycardia, heart enlargement, and myocarditis. Heart alterations and, occasionally, megaesophagus or megacolon may appear as late sequelae.
Typical, small trypomastigotes are found in peripheral blood and intracellular amastigotes in tissues.
Classification and Antigenic Types
Strains of Trypanosoma cruzi are differentiated by isoenzyme patterns and DNA sequencing. No antigenic variation is observed.
Multiplication and Life Cycle
Intracellular amastigotes divide to form pseudocysts, which release nondividing trypomastigotes into the blood. Trypomastigotes ingested by a vector bug transform in the insect intestine into epimastigotes, which reproduce to form infective metacyclic trypomastigotes, which are expelled in feces and enter a new host through skin abrasions.
Inflammatory reactions around pseudocysts lead to myocarditis and destruction of parasympathetic ganglia (mainly of the heart and myenteric plexus). An autoimmune reaction may develop.

126. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology Infectious Diseases
Aims to help interdisciplinary cooperation between physicians and veternarians, and therefore covers fields of common interest. Tables of contents and abstracts available to all. Online access to full text requires subscription.
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All issues of are now available in ScienceDirect with free access to the Table of Contents and Abstracts back to Volume 1, Issues 1-2 (1978)

127. Glossary
Soil microbiology Terms. Compiled 1998. Primary sources for this glossary were the Glossary of Soil Science Terms and Glossary of microbiology.

Soil Microbiology Terms
Compiled by David Sylvia - Last update: August 25, 1998
Primary sources for this glossary were the Glossary of Soil Science Terms and Glossary of Microbiology
Alphabetical Breakdown of Glossary Terms
B C D ... T thru Z
A absorption- Movement of ions and water into as organism as a result of metabolic processes, frequently against an electrochemical potential gradient (active) or as a result of diffusion along an activity gradient (passive). acetogenic bacterium - Prokaryotic organism that uses carbonate as a terminal electron acceptor and produces acetic acid as a waste product. acetylene-block assay- Estimates denitrification by determining release of nitrous oxide (N O) from acetylene-treated soil. acetylene-reduction assay- Estimates nitrogenase activity by measuring the rate of acetylene reduced to ethylene. N -Acetylglucosamine and N -Acetylmuramic acid - Sugar derivatives in the peptidoglycan layer of bacterial cell walls. acidophile- Organism that grows best under acid conditions (down to a pH of 1). acid soil- actinomycete- Nontaxonomic term applied to a group of high G + C base composition, Gram-positive bacteria that have a superficial resemblance to fungi. Includes many but not all organisms belonging to the order Actinomycetales.

128. Active Learning Centre
Test your microbiology knowledge at this site. It also contains basic descriptions of various microorganisms.

129. MedBioWorld: Microbiology Journals
publications. microbiology Journals. Search microbiology in the media from eLibrary. For latest books on microbiology, click here.

130. Welcome To GIDEON Online - The Global Infectious Disease & Epidemiology Network
GIDEON Provides information, including disease, therapy and vaccine lists, support and demo of GIDEON. Medical software for the fields of infectious diseases and microbiology targeted at doctors and lab specialists.
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131. Microbiology & Public Health
Provincial Laboratory of Public Health for Northern Alberta, microbiology and Public Health Home Page. Bugs on the Web Microbiological
Bugs on the Web
Microbiological characters of distinction
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Regional Microbiology Profiles
Seasonal Disease trends by month Guide to Services Information on Specimen Collection and Submission Forms and Requisitions including West Nile Arbovirus History Form West Nile Testing Facts Alberta Health West Nile Virus Info National Medical Laboratory Week was April 19- 23, 2004 Review the activities at Join our team! Check out these employment opportunities Edmonton Laboratory Site - CHA employment opportunities - many positions available Calgary Laboratory Site - CRHA employment opportunities Web Bug Health Promotions Profiles ... 8440-112 Street, Edmonton Alberta, Canada, T6G 2B7

132. The UWO Department Of Microbiology & Immunology
Faculty members, undergraduate and graduate programs, links to research tools, past and pending seminars, and affiliated research institutes.
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133. Virology And Microbiology Dictionaries
An index of WWW virology and microbiology dictionaries from All the Virology on the WWW. Dictionaries Virology and microbiology Dictionaries
Virology and Microbiology Dictionaries:
  • Glossary of HIV and AIDS Terminology - This glossary from All the Virology on the WWW contains a large number of terms relevant to AIDS/HIV, as well as virology and microbiology in general.
  • ATV's Virology Glossary with a large number of general virology terms, as well as medical, statistical and clinical research terms.
  • Aids Clinical Trial Information Service - HIV Vaccine Glossary - AIDSinfo is a central resource for current information on federally and privately funded clinical trials for AIDS patients and others infected with HIV. As the main dissemination point for federally approved HIV treatment and prevention guidelines, AIDSinfo provides information about the current treatment regimens for HIV infection and AIDS-related illnesses, including the prevention of HIV transmission from occupational exposure and mother-to-child transmission during pregnancy.
  • Glossary of Microbiology - This list contains microbiological keywords with brief definitions and hyperlinks cross-referencing the information.
  • Term database for human virology - if you don't know what some of these words are referring to, this is the place to find out. This page is by Jonas Blomberg at Lund, Sweden.

134. Vlhp
From University of East London, B.Sc microbiology course project.
Visceral Leishmaniasis These pages are created by Masoud Akhtar for submission in partial fulfilment of the final year B.Sc Microbiology course at the university of East London under the supervision of Dr. David Humber. Contents (c) Masoud Akhtar, University of East London, Romford Road, London, E15 4LZ. E-mail any comments to M. Akhtar: AKH4002M@UEL.AC. UK

135. Microbiology Department At Arizona State University

136. Microbiology - The University Of Kansas
Department of Molecular Biosciences. Section of microbiology. The University of Kansas. General Background microbiology Information.

Department of Molecular Biosciences
Section of Microbiology
The University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas
Welcome to our Department. The Discipline of Microbiology represents one of the sections or research focus groups of The Department of Molecular Biosciences . We are pleased that you stopped in, and we hope that you enjoy yourself while looking around. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us. We would enjoy hearing from you. Please Let Us Know That You Were Here.
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137. What Is Microbiology?
What. is. microbiology? Fall microbiology is the study of microorganisms little, really little, critters (except for The Big One - see Bugs in the News).
What is Microbiology?
Microbiology is the study of microorganisms - little, really little, critters (except for The Big One - see Bugs in the News Bacteria are absolutely necessary for all life on this planet - for every known ecosystem - including the human ecosystem! Without bacteria, there would be no life, as we call life, on the earth. However, it is a good thing that most bacteria die-out. Here is why: bacteria are single-cell organisms, that produce more of their kind by cell-division, alone. So, if one begins with a single bacterial cell like E. coli for example, in 20 minutes there will be two, and 20 minutes later, four, etc., E. coli cells. At this rate, even though most bacteria are several hundred-times smaller than we can see with our naked eye (never seen a clothed eye), in only 43 hours, from that one cell at the beginning, there would be enough E. coli to occupy the entire volume of the earth (1,090,000,000,000,000,000,000 cubic meters)! In only about two additional hours, these bacteria would weigh as much as the earth - 6,600,000,000,000,000,000,000 tons! Bummer! Luckily for us, most bacterial cells die because of the enormous competition for food, and because of other tiny organisms which produce substances (antibiotics) that kill them - you know, like penicillin, which is made by a particular fungus, the mold -

138. Clinical Microbiology Software: Expert System To Interpret And Report For Antimi
ASASI is assistant software to interpret and report antimicrobial susceptibility tests for clinical microbiology department and It is based on rulebased expert system .
Antibiotics Rule List
A ssistant S oftware for A ntimicrobial S usceptibility I nterpretation ( ASASI (version 0.61, Build 1, Jan. 2003) 1. General Information
  • 1.1. What's ASASI(Assistant Software for Antimicrobial Susceptibility Interpretation)
      This software is assistant software to interpret and report antimicrobial susceptibility tests for clinical microbiology department It is based on "rule-based expert system". End-user can modify and add rules. Freeware .2. Problems in this software
        User interfaces are not good, Code optimization is needed, bugs, etc............ Sometimes, Paradox tables in this software will be damaged and must be repaired. you can download repair software from
      1.3. System Requirements
        Windows 95 or Windows 98 At least Pentium 200 MHz is recommended. At least 16Mb of RAM is recommended. Resolution is 1024 X 768 BDE(Borland Database Engine)
      2. Caution

139. Encyclopedia Of Food Microbiology

140. Immunology & Infectious Disease At UMass, Amherst
Graduate work under several programs in biological, veterinary and animal sciences, including microbiology, molecular and cell biology. Undergraduate training also in major programs, or independent study research projects.
p53, a tumor suppressor molecule studied in Barbara Osborne's lab at UMass.
(From 1tup.pdb by Cho et al.
at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Graduate work in immunology and infectious disease can be done under the auspices of any of several graduate programs in the biological sciences, including Microbiology Molecular and Cell Biology , and Veterinary and Animal Sciences Undergraduate training is available in several biological science major programs, including as independent study research projects. For more information on graduate programs and majors, see Biological Sciences and the UMass Course Catalog . Most of the courses concerning immunology or infectous disease are in the Departments of Microbiology or Veterinary and Animal Sciences Kuby Immunology is one of the leading textbooks of immunology. Two of its three authors are in Amherst MA (Goldsby and Osborne).
  • In Veterinary and Animal Sciences
    • Baldwin, Cynthia L. ( Brucella gd T cells)
    • Black, Samuel J. (Innate defenses to Trypanosoma , parasitology)
    • Goldsby, Richard A. (Somatic Hypermutation of Immunoglobulin Genes; Immunoglobulin Diversification in Cattle)

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