BIO 141 Clinical Microbiology I

Credits: 4.00

BIO 141 is the first part of a two part Medical Microbiology course for MLT students. It examines the microbial world with emphasis on the morphology and biological properties of bacteria and their relationship to man and the clinical laboratory. It enables the student to understand how infectious disease is spread, how bacteria are isolated and identified, how microbes are controlled and the nature and use of antibiotics. The procedures used in the identification of medically important bacteria are stressed. This course is subject to a course fee. Refer to ees for current rates.

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Last Updated: 06/28/2016