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What are two antimicrobials used against local infections?
Mycitracin and Neopsorin
What do Mycitracin and Neosporin do?
act on ribosomes-interfere with protein synthesis...
What antimicrobial is used against HSV 2?
Famvir
HSV 2...DNA or RNA virus?
DNA virus
what are the two types of vectors?
mechanical (fly,roaches...not infected) and biological (tick, mosquito, flea)...INFECTED
what does capneic mean?
needs extra CO2
What is hte vaccine for Hemophilus I?
Flaurix
What is the treatment for Hemophilus I?
Erythromycin
Where is FLaurix grown?
in chicken eggs
how long before Misseur Knipp will have antibodies after his shot?
21 days
what kind of microscope do you use to look at Borrelia Burg?
dark-field
what does the rash from a tick (borrelia burg) look like?
a bulls-eye
what can you use to treat Borr Burg?
amoxicillin or doxcycycline
what isthe name/purpose of the green slant?
Simmons citrate slant...purpose is to utilize citrate...turns it blue if the organism can use citrate as a pure carbon source
name a couple organisms that are Citrate +
SM, PA, KP, PM, EA
Urease + org...turn the agar hot pink
PA, PV, PM, KP, MM
What kind of virus is influenza?
a Retrovirus...(it has a reverse transcriptase-it is an RNA virus that makes its DNA inside the host)
what are HIV's targets
T-4 helper cells= CD4 +...
name a few oppurtunistic diseases
Toxo, CMV (eyes), Minigitis, Encephalitis, HSV I, Thrush

LUngs-PCP (pneumocystis carinii), toxo, TB, MAC
GI- Candida, (Cryptosporidium parvum)
who discovered HIV?
Montagnier and Gallo
what kind of a virus is HIV?
RNA virus
name some symbiotic N-fixers
(Rhizobium...)
clover, alfalfa, soy beans, peanuts, Gram - rod, symbiotic,
Non-sym N-fixers...
Clostridium, Azotobacter, Klebsiella...
what is the enzyme needed to do the N-fixing?
nitrogenase
what is teh name of the big plate used for determining if organisms are effective against disinfectants and antiseptics?
Mueller-Hinton agar Plate
what is our lab disinfectant?
Vesphen
what is the test for antimicrobial sensitivity?
Kirby-Bauer test.
what is the best drug for G- infections?
Ciproflaxin
what is the best drug for G+ infections?
Clarithromyacin
what color and location..in the Winogradsky's column is the Chlorobium?
Chlorobium is red/purple...and it is anaerobic, so it grows at the bottom.
what color and location..in the Winogradsky's column is the Chromatium?
it is in the middle, and it is green/black
what color and location..in the Winogradsky's column is the Rhodospirrium?
It is red/purple,a dn it can grow with some oxygen around..it's not too picky...