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MICROBIOLOGY: Diversity, Disease, and the Environment by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Biology 524 Strategies of Host Microbe Interactions See Blackboard site
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MICROBIOLOGY: Diversity, Disease, and the Environment by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Role of infectious diseases as cause of death worldwide in 1998.
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MICROBIOLOGY: Diversity, Disease, and the Environment by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Role of infectious diseases as cause of death worldwide in 1998.
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MICROBIOLOGY: Diversity, Disease, and the Environment by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Comparison of global military spending and spending on control and prevention of infectious diseases. US DOD budget FY 2010 ~700 billion Nearly as much as ALL other countries combined . $900 billion Rest of world Military spending 2010
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MICROBIOLOGY: Diversity, Disease, and the Environment by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Koch’s Postulates 1882 1. The microbe must be present in all hosts that have the disease. 2. The microbe must be isolated from as a pure culture from a host with the disease. 3. The microbe must cause the same symptoms when re-introduced to the host. 4. The microbe must again be re-isolated in pure culture.
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MICROBIOLOGY: Diversity, Disease, and the Environment by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Infectious dose 50 (ID 50 ), a measure of infectivity.
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MICROBIOLOGY: Diversity, Disease, and the Environment by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Overview of transcription and translation and antibiotics that inhibit these processes at different levels.
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MICROBIOLOGY: Diversity, Disease, and the Environment by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Steps in transcription.
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MICROBIOLOGY: Diversity, Disease, and the Environment by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Steps in transcription.
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MICROBIOLOGY: Diversity, Disease, and the Environment by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Overview of transcription and translation and antibiotics that inhibit these processes at different levels.
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MICROBIOLOGY: Diversity, Disease, and the Environment by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Translation of mRNA.
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MICROBIOLOGY: Diversity, Disease, and the Environment by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Organization of an operon.
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MICROBIOLOGY: Diversity, Disease, and the Environment by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Control of transcription by repressors and activators.
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by Salyers and Whitt , © 2001 Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc. Out
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course BIOL 524 taught by Professor Dangl during the Fall '10 term at UNC.

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