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BIOL 2200 Microbiology for Health Professionals (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This course is a study of the basic physiological and biochemical activities of bacteria and viruses. Emphasis will be placed on virulence factors and the mechanism by which a variety of microorganisms and viruses establish an infection. The use of anti-viral drugs and antibiotics, the host immune response to microbial infection, and the effectiveness of various vaccination strategies will also be discussed.


Instructor(s): Kathleen Dunn

Prerequisites: BIOL1300-1320

Cross listed with:

Comments: Does not satisfy the Natural Sciences Core Requirement. Intended only for School of Nursing students.


Last Updated: 23-Feb-14