B) Some microorganisms don't cause the same disease in
C) Some microorganisms cause different symptoms under
D) Some microorganisms can't be observed.
E) Not all diseases are caused by microorganisms.
X111 Introduction to Medical Microbiology, Spring 2013
UC Berkeley extension course (EDP 406850)
Instructor: Srinivas Garlapati, Ph. D.
I. Course Description:
III. Course Materials:
Q1. A bacterial operon is responsible for the production of the biosynthetic
enzymes required to make a hypothetical amino acid histophane (hst). The operon
is regulated by a separate gene, R. Deletion of R gene (no R
Review questions for Lecture 11 (Innate immunity)
1. Compare and contrast the specific and nonspecific immune response towards a
2. What constitutes the first, second and third line of defenses of the host?
3. Why is the skin such a good first l
5. Why do you think development of next generation sequencing technologies and germ
free mice have enhanced our understanding the normal microbial flora?
6. What are the differences between normal microbiota and transient microbiota? Which
type of microbi
A Novel Bacterium Associated
with Lymphadenitis in a Patient with Chronic
David E. Greenberg1, Li Ding1, Adrian M. Zelazny2, Frida Stock2, Alexandra Wong2, Victoria L. Anderson1,
Georgina Miller3, David E. Kleiner4, Allan R. Tenorio5
Intro to Medical Microbiology, Spring 2013
Problem set 2
Total points: 50
Due on Monday April 1, 2013
Q1. A bacterial operon is responsible for the production of biosynthetic enzymes
required to make a hypothet
Solutions Systems Microbiology 1.084J/20.106J PROBLEM SET #3
a. Describe the stringent response, and at what level and what components of cellular activity it regulates.
The stringent response is triggered in response to two modified nucleotid