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  1. Microbiology Super Review by The Staff of REA, Research, et all 2000-07-01
  2. Methods for General and Molecular Microbiology
  3. Benson's Microbiological Applications: Laboratory Manual in General Microbiology, Short Version by Alfred Brown, 2008-01-14
  5. Environmental Microbiology
  6. Case Files- : Microbiology, Second Edition by Eugene C. Toy, Cynthia R. Skinner DeBord, 2008-04-11
  7. Manual of Clinical Microbiology (2 Volume Set)
  8. Microbiology Perspectives: A Photographic Survey of the Microbial World (2nd Edition) by George Wistreich, 2006-10-16
  9. Industrial Microbiology: An Introduction by Michael J. Waites, Neil L. Morgan, et all 2001-12-05
  10. Schaum's Outline of Microbiology by I. Alcamo, 1997-11-01
  11. Principles of Microbiology by Ronald M. Atlas, 1996-11-18
  12. Benson's Microbiological Applications: Laboratory Manual in General Microbiology by Alfred E Brown, 2008-05-15
  13. USMLE Road Map: Microbiology & Infectious Disease (LANGE USMLE Road Maps) by Timothy Bos, Kenneth Somers, 2004-09-12
  14. Medical Microbiology: with STUDENT CONSULT Online Access (Murray, Medical Microbiology) by Patrick R. Murray PhD, Ken S. Rosenthal PhD, et all 2008-12-10

1. CELLS Alive! Links: Microbiology_General
Top microbiology general
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  • American Society for Microbiology - The "oldest and largest single life science membership organization in the world" also publishes a number of scientific journals related to microbiology and host defense. (Added: 6-Feb-2000 Hits: 2429 Rating: 5.57 Votes: 7) Rate It
  • Bugs in the News - Here is Jack Brown's compendium of articles on microbiology plus links all over. Don't let tongue in cheek "What the Heck ..." titles fool you - there's a wealth of timely scientific information inside. Learn about the bacterium H. pylori that causes ulcers, or about antibiotics, genes and more. (Added: 6-Feb-2000 Hits: 1549 Rating: 8.50 Votes: 4) Rate It
  • Digital Learning Center for Microbial Ecology - This Michigan State University home of THE MICROBE ZOO, offers educational images and descriptions of microbes and their habitats. Sponsored in part by the National Science Foundation. (Added: 6-Feb-2000 Hits: 2027 Rating: 5.83 Votes: 6) Rate It

2. Microbiology General Information
General information about the Department of Microbiology, including directions,maps, contact information, links, the Charlottesville area, job postings, and

3. Microbiology General Information
Department of Microbiology University of Virginia. General Information.Chair's Welcome. The last decade has witnessed unprecedented

4. BUBL LINK: 579 Microbiology: General Resources
s....... 579 microbiology general resources. Titles,
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  • Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
  • Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures Microbial Databases
  • Clinical Microbiology Reviews
  • Eukaryotes in Extreme Environments ...
  • World Lecture Hall: Microbiology
    All links checked August 2001 Comments:
    Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
    Journal devoted to antimicrobial, antiviral, antiparasitic, and anti-cancer agents and chemotherapy, aimed at microbiologists, pharmaceutical researchers, biochemists, pharmacologists, clinicians, and other specialists in infectious diseases. Abstracts and tables of contents available.
    Author: American Society for Microbiology
    Subjects: cancer research, microbiology research
    Location: usa
    Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures Microbial Databases
    The Dutch node of the Microbial Information Network Europe (MINE), CBS maintains and distributes collections of cultures such as fungi, yeasts, bacteria, phabagen, aphyllophorales and fusarium. Databases can be searched by species name, strain number, or properties of species and strains. Also provides identification and research services, and offers consultancy, information services and training courses. Author: Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures Subjects: bacteria, fungi, microbiology research, yeast
  • 5. Dept. Of Microbiology At UIUC
    General department information including applying for graduate studies and faculty research.
    Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette Article

    Daily Illini Article

    Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
    The Department of Microbiology at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign has been consistently ranked as one of the best microbiology departments in the United States. There are 18 research laboratories, approximately 60 graduate students, and 20 postdoctoral fellows in the Department. Thus, it is large enough to provide a stimulating research environment but small enough to allow close interactions between the faculty and graduate students. The Department of Microbiology is part of the School of Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB), which includes the Departments of Biochemistry, Cell and Structural Biology, and Molecular and Integrative Physiology. Students admitted into any of these departmental graduate programs can select faculty thesis advisors from over 60 active research laboratories in the school. Close ties are also maintained with the School of Integrative Biology (SIB), the

    6. BUBL LINK: 579 Microorganisms, Fungi, Algae
    579 microbiology general resources 579.2 Viruses and subviral organisms579.3 Bacteria 579.5 Fungi 579.7 Lichen 579.8 Algae 579.88 Seaweed.
    BUBL LINK Catalogue of selected Internet resources Home Search Subject Menus A-Z ... About
    579 Microorganisms, fungi, algae
    579 Microbiology: general resources
    579.2 Viruses and subviral organisms

    579.3 Bacteria

    579.5 Fungi
    579.88 Seaweed

    7. Session 61C
    Session 61C. Monday PM. Food microbiology general I. Sponsor FoodMicrobiology Division. Time 200 PM 530 PM. 61C-1, Generation of
    Session 61C
    Monday PM
    Food Microbiology: General I
    Sponsor: Food Microbiology Division Time: 2:00 PM- 5:30 PM Generation of a stable lysine auxotroph mutant for the Escherichia coli growth-based lysine bioavailability assay
    X. LI, S. C. Ricke Rapid detection of Salmonella using an interferometric waveguide biosensor
    D. S. GOTTFRIED, J. Xu, J. C. Wyvill, D. Campbell Identification of a surrogate to predict the inactivation of Listeria monocytogenes by pulsed electric field, and applications in whey processing
    B. H. LADO, A. E. Yousef Antimycotic activity of vanillin and citral combinations
    A. LóPEZ-MALO, S. M. Alzamora, E. Palou Growth and survival of selected pathogens in margarine-style table spreads
    A. M. GUENTERT, R. H. Linton Microbial population and bread making properties of wheat-amaranth sour doughs
    L. VáZQUEZ-CHáVEZ, I. Guerrero-Legarreta Effect of Capsicum annuum extract and pH on the growth of Staphylococcus aureus ... in fresh cheese
    L. DORANTES-ALVAREZ, A. Guzmán-Carmona, H. Hernández-Sánchez, M. E. Jaramillo-Flores Antimicrobial activity of xylooligosaccharide fermentation broth using Bifidobacterium and Propionibacterium
    C. K. HSU, S. T. Jiang, S. C. Chen, Y. C. Chung

    8. Session 100A
    Session 100A. Wednesday AM. Food microbiology general II. Sponsor FoodMicrobiology Division. Time 830 AM 1200 PM. 100A-1, Photoreactivation
    Session 100A
    Wednesday AM
    Food Microbiology: General II
    Sponsor: Food Microbiology Division Time: 8:30 AM- 12:00 PM Photoreactivation and dark repair of cross linked genomic DNA in UV treated pathogens
    T. KIM, T. C. Chen, J. L. Silva Paper Withdrawn
    Enterotoxin gene expression in
    Bacillus cereus quantitatively ascertained using real-time multiplex molecular-beacon NASBA
    H. M. GORE, J. L. McKillip Increased transcription of lepA homologue, a GTP binding protein, in Listeria ... during heat stress
    K. P. KIM, T. Geng, F. Soyer, A. K. Bhunia Correlation of genomic changes with polymorphism of Campylobacter jejuni
    H. WANG, C. Gilbert, M. F. Slavik Development of predictive models to estimate growth of Bacillus cereus at various temperatures in a broth medium and in boiled rice
    T. J. FANG, M. J. Hung Sensibility and specificity of methods for Alicyclobacillus detection and quantification: A collaborative study
    P. R. D. MASSAGUER Determination of the minimum leak size, under laboratory and commercial conditions, for bacterial entry into polymeric trays used for food packaging
    M. Pascall, S. RAVISHANKAR, N. Maks, H. Strassheim, III Isolation protocol for hyperthermophilic microorganisms (>90oC) from food processing facilities
    J. Gvozdenovic-Jeremic, P. S. MAK, A. L. Pometto, III, A. A. DiSpirito

    9. Graduate Program In Microbiology: General Information About The Program
    The Graduate Program. The Microbiology Program aims to provide academic andresearch training covering both prokaryotic and eukaryotic microbes.
    The Graduate Program
    The Microbiology Program aims to provide academic and research training covering both prokaryotic and eukaryotic microbes. A common core of courses is taken by all entering students to provide an essential background in biochemistry, genetics, microbial diversity, and microbial development. Additional graduate courses are available in virology, physiology, and biochemistry. Students also participate in the Microbiology Seminar Program, a weekly seminar series in which students analyze, present and discuss recent data from the literature.
    Research rotations are designed to offer incoming graduate students an opportunity to sample a variety of research programs in Microbiology. Students are exposed to different research questions, experimental organisms, approaches, and techniques. They get to know other students, postdocs, and professional staff in their rotation laboratories, and observe how those laboratories operate. Research rotations help students identify a laboratory in which to pursue their thesis research. Typically, degree candidates rotate through three laboratories during the first year. Following the rotation period, students choose a thesis advisor and begin sindependent work during their first ummer in residence.
    The Microbiology Program considers teaching experience to be an important component of graduate training. All graduate students are provided with instructional mentoring and gain valuable teaching experience as Associate Instructors.

    10. Graduate Program In Microbiology: General Information About The Program
    Office, Jordan Hall 138. Traineeships supported by NIH and NSF areavailable for microbiology students. Traineeships can be awarded
    Financial Aid
    Tuition and stipend support are available for students in all biology graduate programs from a variety of sources, including traineeships, fellowships, associate instructorships, and research assistantships. All applicants for admission are automatically considered for financial support; specific details on financial aid are available from the Graduate Office, Jordan Hall 138. Traineeships supported by NIH and NSF are available for microbiology students. Traineeships can be awarded to students associated with any Ph.D. program, provided their research efforts are appropriate to the aims of the training grant. Fellowships available for students include the James P. Holland Fellowship and other University Fellowships provided by the College of Arts and Sciences, Biology Department Fellowships, and fellowships awarded by the Institute for Molecular and Cellular Biology, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and by the Floyd Bacteriology Fund. Students are also eligible for Associate Instructorships, which require a maximum of 20 hours teaching-related duties per week. Finally, many advanced graduate students are supported as Research Assistants on the research grants of their thesis advisors.

    11. Microbiology General Introduction
    Welcome to Microbiology Faculty Members. Telephone Fax Number Contact us, pleasemail to Department of Parasitology Microbiology, 1998.
    Welcome to Microbiology
    Faculty Members Academic Achievement
    Contact us, please mail to :

    12. NSF - OLPA - News Tip - May 28, 2002
    News Tip. ***SPECIAL EDITION*** May 28, 2002. Highlights from the AmericanSociety for microbiology general Meeting. For more information
    Congressional Affairs Newsroom Speeches Priority Areas ... About Us You are in: NSF Home OLPA Home Newsroom News Tips May 28, 2002 News Tip

    May 28, 2002
    Highlights from the American Society for Microbiology General Meeting
    For more information on these science news and feature story tips, contact the public information officer listed at (703) 292-8070. Editor: Josh Chamot The National Science Foundation's Directorate for Biological Sciences supports a wide array of microbiology studies, from Bacillus anthracis genome sequencing to the search for extremophiles. The following news tips represent a small sample of NSF-funded projects presented at the 102 nd General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology held May 19 - 23 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Founded in 1899, ASM is the oldest and largest single life science membership organization in the world, with over 42,000 members from 25 microbiology disciplines. Contents of this News Tip:
    NSF Director Urges Microbiologists to 'Step Out' for Bioterrorism Protection

    13. Science's AIDS Prevention And Vaccine Research Site
    Title 103rd American Society for microbiology general Meeting Starting date May18, 2003 Ending date May 22, 2003 Location Washington, District of Columbia

    14. General And Environmental Microbiology
    microbiology general and Environmental Microbiology.
    Microbiology: General and Environmental Microbiology
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    Clinical Biochemistry


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  • 15. Preface Introduction To Microbiology  General Principles  Food And Water Bourn
    General Principles. Introduction to Microbiology; Food and water borneinfection; Control of infection; Infection from animals; Fungal
    General Principles
    Diagnostics and Drug Resistance
    Specific Organ Systems
    Specific Infections

    16. Viruses That Slay Bacteria Draw New Interest: Science News Online, June 3, 2000
    100th American Society for microbiology general Meeting. May 2125. Los Angeles. 100thAmerican Society for microbiology general Meeting. May 21-25.

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    Week of June 3, 2000; Vol. 157, No. 23
    Viruses that slay bacteria draw new interest
    John Travis For people with a damaged liver or too much iron in their blood, enjoying raw oysters from the Gulf of Mexico is a deadly gamble. Most of the oysters harbor Vibrio vulnificus , a bacterium responsible for almost all seafood-related deaths in the United States. Healthy people shrug off the microbe, but susceptible folks who get a full-blown infection have more than a 50 percent chance of dying. A bacteriophage infects, then reproduces within a bacterium and destroys it.
    NIH "You can be dead within 24 hours," says Paul A. Gulig of the University of Florida College of Medicine in Gainesville. Seeking a treatment that works faster than antibiotics do, he and his colleagues recently isolated a bacteria-killing virus, or bacteriophage, that targets V. vulnificus

    17. Nature Science Update: Conferences
    American Society for microbiology general Meeting, Florida, May 2001.Kids can leave the can open, Kids can leave the can open Warm
    updated at midnight GMT search nature science update American Society for Microbiology General Meeting,
    Florida, May 2001 Kids can leave the can open
    Warm cola might taste bad but at least it won't hurt you.
    28 May 2001
    Groceries trip triclosan switch

    Shower gel and mustard may boost antibiotic resistance in bacteria.
    25 May 2001
    Double whammy could cause MS

    Two viruses may cause the body to get on its own nerves.
    23 May 2001
    Blame Typhoid Mary's gallstones
    The bacteria that cause typhoid fever cling to gallstones. 23 May 2001 Virus crosses brain cancer Blending the common cold and polio viruses may have created a brain cancer therapy. 22 May 2001

    18. Fuzzycrawler Reference Microbiology General Resources
    Home Top Microorganisms, fungi, algae microbiology general resources AntimicrobialAgents and Chemotherapy Journal devoted to antimicrobial, antiviral

    19. General Microbiology
    General Microbiology. GENERAL Bacteria are unicellular microorganismshaving a variety of characteristics allowing their classification.
    General Microbiology
    GENERAL Bacteria are unicellular microorganisms having a variety of characteristics allowing their classification. One major classification scheme is based upon their staining properties using the "Gram stain" procedure. In this procedure, heat-killed bacteria are exposed to the purple dye crystal violet and iodine. This combination forms a dye complex in the bacterial cell wall. Treatment of the stained bacteria with a decolorizer like ethanol will wash away the dye complex from some bacteria but not others. Bacteria that retain the crystal violet-iodine complex appear purple and are called "Gram-positive". Bacteria that lose the dye complex can be counterstained with the red dye saffranin so that they appear red. These bacteria are called "Gram-negative". The basis of the Gram reaction lies within the structure of the cell wall, described below. Bacteria also come in many different shapes. Spherical shapes are referred to as "cocci" while elongated cylinders are called "bacilli" or "rods". Some bacteria are slightly elongated cocci and these are referred to as "coccobacilli". Even other bacteria have a corkscrew-like appearance; these spiral forms are often called "spirochetes". Individual cells may also be arranged in pairs or clusters or chains. Thus, may morphologies are possible and these can be useful for the identification of bacterial genera. ( Click here to see a bacterial classification flowchart) The ability of a bacterium to cause disease is known as its virulence. Factors involved in determining virulence potential are discussed

    20. Dr. Hecht's Lab Home Page
    Isolation of zinc resistant marine Vibrio yields EDTA resistant and EDTA sensitivestrains. American Society for microbiology general Meeting; Chicago, IL
    Dept. of Biological Sciences
    Rowan University
    Research interests Students in the lab
    What's new in the lab

    Lab Yearbook
    ... Interested in joining us? Research Interests:
    Prokaryotic genetics
    Molecular geobiology
    Application of molecular biology to environmental biology
    Prokaryotic differentiation
    I currently have six students working in my laboratory:
      Genetics of selenite reduction by Vibrio fischeri
      Vibrio fischeri transducing bacteriophage: Liz K. Otero Genetics of zinc cation uptake in Vibrio harveyi Genetics of the E. coli Taxonomic analysis of algal 18S genes (in collaboration with Dr. Mosto's group): Qing Yao
      Qing Yao (our lab) and Kevin Belcher (Dr. Mosto's lab) have both received travel awards from the Phycological Society of America to attend and present their work at the 1999 International Botantical Congress in August.
      Christine has been selected to receive an American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Sustaining Member Undergraduate Research Fellowship for the 1998-99 academic year! Only 21 ASM fellowships were awarded for 99-00.
      Nataliya Budnik received 2nd place at the Association of Women In Science (Philadelphia Chapter) poster competition in March 1999.

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