Heliobacter pylori

 

Welcome to Microbiology 2420 - YOUR web place

Temporary exhibit- just for you:
help for understanding the
Lipid Bilayer molecular membrane model!

Online login for the text book resources

Great online medical microbiology book at University of South Carolina Medical school.

Links to beautiful parasitology slides,
photos and micrographs, courtesy of and thanks to the
USF Division of Infectious Disease & International Medicine:

  • Parasitology slides, Vol 1
  • Parasitology slides, Vol 2
  • Parasitology slides, Vol 2a

Discussed in class:

Schistosomiasis - Life Cycle Chart

CDC Parisitology Diagnostics-- nice stuff here for you parasitology guys!

Claviceps purpurea - Ergot Alkaloid

Ergot compounds - Postpartum haemorrhage: prevention

Aflatoxins (mycotoxins) from Aspergillus and Rhizopus

The Witches Curse, more about alkyloids

Cholera cases top 60,000.

Parasite generated Zombie animals at Discover Magazine.

BioVisions at Harvard University== neat animation of the processes inside living cells

Seyet E-coli bacteriophage animation movie

Vadscorner, interesting Influenza site

Additional Goodies

MicrobiologyBytes, latest news in form easy to understand...

Dr. Paul Gulig's Virtual Lab Exercise page at University of Florida.....

Color Atlas of Medical Diseases, for your pleasure... also includes the "disease game"!

Medical News... great daily collection of news articles, organized by subject... (also offer a newsletter!)

WHO Disease Outbreak News

Med Line Search

Derek Wong's Medical Virology Site in Hong Kong... worth a look!

Seyet E-coli bacteriophage animation movie

ACC Logo

Some cool books from ACC Library-- take a look!:

Nice online book!:

Most excellent Todar's Micro site!


Immunology

The Kimball online textbook, has great immunology information...

Discussion of apoptosis for immunology.

Molecular Expressions
color photomicrographs of many topics- cool!

The Bacteria Museum!

Bordetella pertussis!
(also known as whooping cough!:

Bordetella pertussis and Whooping Cough
a link to Todar's Textbook of Bacteriology.

From CDC: Adaptation of Bordetella pertussis to Vaccination: A Cause for Its Reemergence?

NIH news on Whooping Cough (Bordetella pertussis)

World of Microbes
sponsored by
the Department of
Bacteriology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
features nice online book,
news and discussion site...