MLT-214 - Medical Microbiology 2

3 credits

Medical Microbiology 2 is a continuation of Medical Microbiology 1. The organisms that will be studied are those that require specialized techniques in collection, and biochemical and serological identification. These pathogens include anaerobic bacteria, specialized gram negative organisms, parasites, viruses, and fungi that are medically significant to man. Case studies relating to these organisms and other medically significant organisms and the diseases they cause will be studied. The use of automation and new technologies for identification will be included.

Prerequisite(s): MLT-124 

Corequisite(s): MLT 214L 

Previously known as: CLLS-312