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Author: Joan C Mecsas, Ph.D

1. Host Parasite Interactions

Reading for this lecture: Chapters 1 and 10

2. Normal Flora

Reading for this lecture: Chapter 2

3. Phagocytosis

Reading for this lecture: Chapters 6 and 7

4. Damage to Host

Reading for this lecture: Chapters 9, 16 and 20

Supplemental reading if desired: Salyers and Whitt "Bacterial Pathogenesis: a Molecular Approach" Chapter 4

5. Streptococcus

Reading for this lecture: Chapters 12 and 13

6. Staphylococci

Reading for this lecture: Chapter 11

7. Neisseriae

Reading for this lecture: Chapter 14

8. Enteric Bacteria

Reading for this lecture: Chapters 16 and 17

9. Fastidious Bacteria

Reading for this lecture: Chapters 19 and 22

10. Anaerobic Bacteria

Reading for this lecture: Chapters 15 and 20

11. Chlamydia/Rickettsia

Reading for this lecture: Chapters 27 and 28

12. Spirochetes

Reading for this lecture: Chapters 24 and 25. Refer also to Chapter 55 as needed for diagnostic test information

Additional information on Lyme disease, check out http://www.aldf.com

13. Opportunistic Bacteria

Reading for this lecture: Chapters 18 and 21

14. Intestinal Helminths

Reading for this lecture: Chapters 49 and 52

15. Malaria

Reading for this lecture: Chapter 50

16. HIV Pathogenesis

Reading for this lecture: Chapters31, 38 and 67

17. AIDS

Reading for this lecture: Chapters 38 and 67

18. Toxoplasma/Leishmania

Reading for this lecture: Chapter 50

19. Fungi

Reading for this lecture: Chapters 45, 46, 47 and 48

20. Hepatitis

Reading for this lecture: Chapter 42

21. Enteroviruses

Reading for this lecture: Chapter 32

22. Respiratory Viruses

Reading for this lecture: Chapter 36

23. Herpes I

Reading for this lecture: Chapter 41

24. Herpes II

Reading for this lecture: Chapter 41

25. Intestinal Protozoa

Reading for this lecture: Chapter 51

26. Viral Exanthams

Reading for this lecture: Chapter 40