MICROBIO 552 Pathogenic Bacteriology Laboratory

Laboratory procedures in clinical and diagnostic bacteriology including: i) culture and characteristics of most commonly encountered pathogenic bacteria; ii) recommended procedures for their cultivation and isolation from clinical material; iii) conventional and rapid methods for detection and identification; iv) prescribed tests for the susceptibility of bacteria to antibiotics.

Semester(s) offered: 
Fall
Prerequisites: 
Must have completed MICROBIO 312 with a B- or better; MICROBIO 312 and 552 may be taken concurrently only by consent of instructor
Level: 
Both
Credits: 
3