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General Microbiology II

Microbial Interactions with Humans (Host-Parasite Relationships)

Principles of Infectious Disease

Definitions

Koch's Postulates

If a microorganism is the causative (etiologic) agent of an infectious disease, it must be:

Steps in Pathogenesis

To cause disease, a pathogen must:

Virulence Factors

Factors responsible for the virulence of a microorganism because they influence its ability to cause disease by affecting its invasiveness and/or its toxigenicity


Course Syllabus

Instructor

Micro FAQs

Study Guides

Lab Exercises

Cool Micro Stuff

Study Tips

Sample Questions

Bugs'n'Drugs


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John R. Stevenson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Microbiology
Miami University
Oxford, Ohio 45056
USA
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