microbiology ppt

Clinical Microbiology Lecture Notes

Virology PowerPoint Lecture Notes

Parasitology PowerPoint Lecture Notes

MYCOLOGY POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS

Powerpoint links collected from the website of :Prof Sudheer Kher, Prof TV Rao & Dr. Ekta

Powerpoint presentations –
  1. Introduction and classification
  2. Laboratory Diagnosis of fungal infections
  3. Superficial mycosis
  4. Subcutaneous mycosis
  5. Systemic mycosis
  6. Opportunistic + Miscellaneous fungi
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Bacteriology PowerPoint Lecture Notes

Powerpoint links collected from the website of :Prof Sudheer Kher, Prof TV Rao & Dr. Ekta

  1. Pneumococci
  2. Gonococci + Meningococci + Moraxella
  3. Corynebacterium diphtheriae
  4. E. coli, Klebsiella & Proteus
  5. Salmonella
  6. Shigella
  7. Vibrio cholerae
  8. Pseudomonas & other non fermenters
  9. Clostridia
  10. Bacillus
  11. Haemophilus influenzae
  12. Brucella
  13. Bordetella
  14. Yersinia & Pasteurella
  15. Mycobacterium tuberculosis
  16. Mycobacterium leprae & Atypical Mycobacteria
  17. Non- sporing Anaerobes
  18. Spirochaete 1/2
  19. Spirochaete 2/2Borrelia burgdoeferi Quiz
  20. Mycoplasma
  21. Chlamydia
  22. Rickettsia
  23. Actinomycetes + NocardiaWebResource_Nocardia
  24. Miscellaneous bacteria
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Microbiology Lecture Notes – set 3

MICROBIOLOGY POWERPOINT LECTURES – Set 1

Lectures 1 & 2 — Host-Parasite Interactions

Lectures 3 & 4 — Streptococcus & Enterococcus

Lectures 5 & 6 — Staphyloccocus

Lectures 7 & 8 — Chemotherapy & Antibiotics

Lecture 9 — Corynebacterium, Listeria Erysipelothrix

Lectures 10 thru 13 — Enterobacteriaceae

Lecture 10 — Introduction

Lecture 11 — Opportunistic Enterobacteriaceae and Pathogenic Strains of E. coli

Lectures 12 & 13— True Pathogens: Salmonella,Shigella & Yersinia

Lecture 14 — VibrioAeromonas & Plesiomonas

Lecture 15 — Campylobacter and Helicobacter

Lecture 16 — Non-Sporeforming Anaerobes

Lectures 17 & 18 — Clostridium

Lecture 19 — Bacillus

Lecture 20 — Pseudomonas & Related Nonfermenters

Lecture 21 — Bordetella, Fransicella & Brucella

Lecture 22 — Neisseria

Lectures 23 & 24 — Treponema, Borrelia & Leptospira

Lecture 25 — Mycobacterium

Lecture 26 — Pasteurellaceae: Haemophilus, Actinobacillus & Pasteurella

SOURCE:David M. Rollins, Ph.D., Adjunct Lecturer University of Maryland
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