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Pathogenic microorganisms

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View Resource Emerging Foodborne Diseases

For a scholarly (but accessible) article,taken from Emerging Infectious Diseases (discussed in the January 10, 1997 Scout Report), dealing with a variety of food-borne illnesses including E. coli, users can go to this site. It contains a bibliography and a more detailed discussion of the epidemiology and biology of E. coli and its associated diseases. Knowledgeable visitors will appreciate the...

https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/articles/issue/3/3/table-of-conten...
View Resource Emerging Infectious Diseases, Volume 7, Number 4 (July-August 2001)

The July-August 2001 issue of the Centers for Disease Control's (CDC) Emerging Infectious Diseases (see the January 10, 1997 Scout Report) is devoted to the West Nile Virus. The journal offers a large number of articles, many focused on the virus' presence in New York and the use of birds as early warning systems for the virus. The articles also cover outbreaks in Israel, detection of the virus in...

https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/articles/issue/7/4/table-of-conten...
View Resource Aerobiological Engineering

In light of the tragic events of September 11, research into airborne pathogen containment is becoming increasingly important. Aerobiological engineering examines methods of ventilation system design that can effectively minimize the spread of harmful spores or microbes. The Web site at Pennsylvania State University explores many aspects of this subject. Large databases of airborne pathogens...

http://aerobiologicalengineering.com
View Resource The Museum of Bacteria

The Museum of Bacteria serves as a clearinghouse of Web links on bacteria and bacteriology and also provides "crystal-clear information about many aspects of bacteria." The Museum of Bacteria is provided by the Foundation of Bacteria, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the field of bacteriology. Links are selected for a general audience, although one section is geared toward...

http://www.bacteriamuseum.org/
View Resource Basic Immunology

Some individuals might blanch at the idea of a "basic" immunology overview, but Professor Vladimir V. Klimov provides just such a resource on this site. As the homepage notes, the site is designed to assist undergraduate students learning about the basics of immunology through essays, images, animations, quizzes, case histories, and external links. Visitors can begin by looking over the "Table of...

http://www.immunology.klimov.tom.ru/index.html