Clinical Microbiology & Parasitology (For DMLT Students)

by Nanda Maheshwari

The \"Clinical Microbiology and Parasitology for DMLT Students\" depicts bacterial typing, various serological techniques, molecular level of diagnosis, and virology. The section virology includes the elaborate study of many clinically important viruses, such as chikungunya, oncogenic viruses, herpes viruses, etc. Automation in microbiology highlights the role of new techniques and advanced machinery in the field of microbiological diagnosis for fast and accurate results. Major topics include general biology, discovery of microbial world, growth of bacteria, nutrition of bacteria, classification of bacteria, microscope, laboratory equipment, sterilization and disinfection, types of culture media, staining of bacteria, biochemical tests, Gram-negative bacilli, Gram-positive bacilli, Gram-positive cocci, Gram-negative cocci, and mycoplasma. Other topics include actinomycetes, rickettsiaceae, chlamydia, spirochetes, pathogenic fungi, antigen-antibody reactions, viruses, virology specimen collection, molecular diagnostic tests, HIV and AIDS, dengue fever, chikungunya, herpesviruses, influenza, rabies, oncogenic viruses, vaccines, plasmodium, toxoplasma gondii, Ancylostoma and Necator species, enterobius vermicularis and automation in microbiology.

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Book Detail

Author
1. Maheshwari Nanda
Author's Affiliation
1. Institute of Paramedical Sciences, Nanded, Maharashtra, India
Maharashtra College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Mumbai, India
Damyanti DMLT Institute, Bhayander (E), Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Damyanti DMLT Institute, Bhayandar (E), Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
ISBN
9789352500185
Speciality
Laboratory Medicine,Microbiology and Immunology
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/12721
Edition
3/e
Publishing Year
2016
Pages
532
Book Type
Textbook

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