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Bacterial colonisation and infection

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: how only bacteria with special adaptive mechanisms can colonise the body; how in certain circumstances relatively avirulent bacteria in the body flora may cause serious infection

Bacterial toxins and prevention of infection by immunisation

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: the difference between bacterial endotoxins and exotoxins; the role of exotoxins in cholera and tetanus; the use of toxoid-based vaccines; the problems with capsule-based vaccines and the concept of polysaccharide conjugate vaccines to prevent disease

Infections of the skin lecture

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Overview of the main stages in a Primary Viral and Bacterial Infection

Visual annotated sequence of events of immune responses in primary and viral infections.

This list was generated on Tue Dec 10 21:26:02 2019 GMT.