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    Microbiology Power Point Presentations

    Dear Students and Doctors,
                            We provide you Power Point Presentations in Microbiology, Bacteriology, Parasitology, Immunology and Virology contributed by Doctors, Post Graduate students and collected from various other websites.
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    1. Bacillus - I
    2. Bacillus - II
    3. Bordetella and H.Influenza
    4. Brucellosis - I
    5. Brucellosis - II
    6. Campylobacter
    7. Chlamydia
    8. Clostridia
    9. Clostridium
    10. Diphtheria
    11. Enterobacteriacea - I
    12. Enterobacteriacea - II
    13. Gardenella Vaginalis
    14. Klebsiella
    15. Leptospira
    16. Listeria, Nocardia, Actinomycetes
    17. Micellaneous Bacteria
    18. Mycobacterium Leparae
    19. Mycobacterium Tuberculosis -I
    20. Mycobacterium Tuberculosis - II
    21. Mycoplasma
    22. Non - Tuberculous Mycobacteria
    23. Pseudomonas and Non-fermenters
    24. Rickettsiaceae
    25. S.Pneumoniae, Neisseria
    26. S.Pneumoniae
    27. Salmonella
    28. Shigella
    29. Spirocheates
    30. Staphylococcus
    31. Streptococcus
    32. Treponema
    33. Vibrio Cholerae
    34. Yersinia
    Immunology
    1. Agglutination Reaction
    2. Antibacterial Agents and Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing
    3. Antibodies - Immunoglobulins
    4. Antigen - Antibody Reaction
    5. Antigen I
    6. Antigen II
    7. Antimicrobial Resistance
    8. Autoimmunity
    9. Complement System
    10. Hypersensitivity I
    11. Hypersensitivity II
    12. Immune Response and Immunodeficiency Diseases
    13. Immune Response
    14. Immune System - Structure and Function
    15. Immunity
    16. Immunology of Transplantation
    17. Immunotherapy
    18. Infection-1
    19. Infection-2
    Parasitology
    1. Amoebiasis
    2. Ancylostomiasis
    3. Ascaris Lumbricoides
    4. Cestodes - Hymenolopis, Echinococcus
    5. Echinococcus Granulosus
    6. Fasciola hepatica
    7. Filariasis
    8. Guinea Worm and its Disease
    9. Guinea Worm
    10. Helminths - Fish Tape Worm
    11. Introduction to Parasitology
    12. Larva Migrans
    13. Leishmania
    14. Malaria
    15. Onchocerca Volvulus
    16. Parasitology - Diagnostic Methods
    17. Pathogenic Free Living - Amoeba, Giardia
    18. Strongyloides stercoralis
    19. The Cestode - Diphyllobothrium Latum
    20. Trematodes - I
    21. Trematodes - II
    22. Trematodes - III
    23. Trematodes - IV
    24. Trypanosomiasis
    Virology
    1. Arboviruses
    2. Bacteriophage
    3. Dengue and Aedes Aegypti
    4. Dengue Prevention
    5. Dengue Virus
    6. General Properities of Virus
    7. Hepatitis Virus - I
    8. Hepatitis Virus - II
    9. Herpes Virus
    10. HIV - I
    11. HIV - II
    12. Introduction to Virology
    13. Oncogenic Viruses
    14. Orthomyxovirus - I
    15. Orthomyxovirus - II
    16. Parainfluenza and Corona Viruses
    17. Paramyxoviridae
    18. Paramyxoviruses
    19. Picorna Viruses
    20. Polio Virus
    21. Pox and Adenovirus
    22. Poxviridae
    23. Rabies - I
    24. Rabies - II
    25. Rabies - III
    26. Rabies - IV
    27. Rubella
    28. Viral Gastroenteritis
    29. Virology Pictures 
    30. Virus Host Interactions and Lab Diagnosis of Viral Infections 


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