Bacteria are ubiquitous. How does the bacterium get its energy? Gram + and Gram- are the two main classifications that can be used for bacteria
Identikit of the retrovirus, one of the pathogens potentially involved in the triggering of tumors. Classification, general characteristics, toxicity and reproductive cycle
What is a symbiotic organism and what is meant by symbiosis. Classification and description of the different symbiotic relationships: mutualism, parasitism, tenancy, commensalism ...
What is rotavirus? What characteristics does it possess? How is it transmitted? What symptoms does it cause? Is there a cure?
The bacterium is made up of several accessory structures. Which ones are they? And what functions do they have? The spore is the bacterial form also resists unfavorable conditions
The classification of viruses. What are the complications caused by a viral infection? What are the drugs to use against viruses?
How do viruses multiply? How to stop it? Viral infection can cause acute illness or chronic illness
Definition of incubation period. How long after contact with a pathogen can symptoms occur? List of some incubation times of the most frequent diseases
What is a Clostridium? What characteristics does it have? What are the best known bacteria of the genus Clostridium? Diseases and Infections
Clostridium difficile: What Causes Bacterial Infection? What are the symptoms? Treatment, therapy, drugs and natural remedies to treat and prevent Clostridium difficile infection
What is diphtheria? What are the causes and what are the symptoms? Diagnosis, Treatment and Vaccination
Enterococcal identity card: substantial differences with streptococci, microbiological characterization, transmitted infections and antibiotic resistance
Description and insights into meningococcus, the causative agent of meningitis and septicemia. Related infections and spy symptoms: why (and how) it causes harm to humans
Scrofulosis: spread of scrofulosis. Symptoms of the scrofula. Deformations induced by scrofulosis. Scrofula therapy
Identikit of the pneumococcus: analysis of the bacterium, related infections (hints), harm to humans. The most frequent risk factors that favor pneumococcal infections
Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS): Definition, Causes and Possible Risk Factors. Symptoms of TSS. Diagnosis, treatment and prevention of toxic shock syndrome
Summary on yellow fever: causes, symptoms, treatments and prevention to study this little-known disease a little more closely
What is Helicobacter pylori pathogenicity? What are the risk factors in contracting Helicobacter pylori? The consequences of Helicobacter pylori
Why do you wash your hands? When is it best to wash your hands? How do they wash their hands? Hand washing reduces the transmission of bacteria