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BIOL 53300 Medical Microbiology

Session Offered:

Fall Credit 3.0

Prerequisites:

BIOL 23100-24100 or

BIOL 23000-24100 or

BIOL 22100

Description:

This is an advanced undergraduate course on bacterial pathogenesis. Topics will include basic principles of the infectious process, infectious agents, mechanisms of pathogenesis, technologies for studying bacterial pathogens, and genomics of human bacterial pathogens. Reading assignments will be from course textbook and scientific literature.

Instructor(s):
SEEMA MATTOO

E-mail:
smattoo@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

Recommended but not required:

Textbook

Title: Schaecter's Mechanisms of Microbial Disease

ISBN:9780781787444

Author: N. Cary Engleberg et al

Edition: 5

Optional

Recommended but not required:

Textbook: 

Title: Bacterial Pathogenesis: A Molecular Approach

Author: Brenda Wilson, et al

ISBN: 9781555814182

Edition: 3

Optional

Course Format:
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