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4 Salmonella transmission methods
4 F's
Food
Fingers
Feces
Flies
(p.150)
Klebsiella associations
4 A's
Aspiration pneumonia
Abscess in lungs
Alcoholics
di-A-betics
(p.150)
Enterobacteriaceae associations
COFFE
Capsular
O antigen
Flagellar antigen
Ferment glucose
Enterobacteriaceae
(p.150)
Salmonella characteristic
Salmon swim
Salmonella are motile and disseminate often to gallbladder
(p.150)
Haemophilus influenzae associations
HaEMOPhilus
Epiglottitis
Menigitis
Otitis Media
Pneumodia
(p.149)
Haemophilus influenzae growth requirements
When a child has the "flu" mom goes to five and dime store to buy some chocolate
Haemophilus influenzae grows on chocolate agar with factor V (NAD) and X (hematin)
(p.149)
Neisseria species ferment?
Neisseria:
MeninGococci = Maltose and Glucose
Goncocci = Glucose
(p.149)
Legionella pneumophilia growth requirements
BYCE + iron + cysteine

Legionnaire at campfire (charcoal) + iron dagger, not a "sissy" (cysteine)
(p.149)
Pseudomonas aeruginosa associations
PSEUDOmonas AERuginosa
Pneumonia
Sepsis
External Otitis
UTI
Drug use and Diabetic
Osteomylitis

AERobic
(p.149)
Adrenal cortex and medulla products
GFR
Glomerulosa - Salt (aldosterone)
Fasciculata - Sugar (glucacorticoids)
Reticularis - Sex (androgens)
Sensitivity
SNOUT
SeNsitivity rules OUT
(p.61)
Specificity
SPIN
SPecificity rules IN
(p.61)
Incidence
Incidence is new incidents
(p.62)
t-test measures?
Mr. T is mean
(p.65)
ANOVA measures?
ANOVA = ANalysis Of Variance of 3 or more variables
(p.65)
Disease prevention
PDR
Prevent
Detect
Reduce diability
(p.65)
Reportable diseases
Hep Hep Hep Hooray, the SSSMMART Chick is Gone!

Hep A
Hep B
Hep C
HIV
Salmonella
Shigella
Syphilis
Measle
Mumps
AIDS
Rubella
Tuberculosis
Chickenpox
Gonorrhea
(p.65)
Medicare and medicaid are for?
MedicarE is for Elderly
MedicaiD is for Destitute
(p.66)
Chi-squared measures
chi symbol looks like a percentage sign
compares percentages or proportions of categorical outcomes (not mean values)
(p.65)
Chromatin structure
"Beads on a string"
2x H@A, H2B, H3, and H4, H1 is the linker and is not in the nucleosome core
(p.74)
Heterochromatin structure
HeteroChromatin
Highly Condensed
(p.74)
Euchromatin structure
Euchromatin
Eu=true, "truly transcribed"
(p.74)
Purine nucleotides
PURe As Gold: PURines (A,G)
(p.74)
Pyrimidine nucleotides
CUT the PYL PYrimidines (CT)
(p.74)
Thymine structure
THYmine has meHYl
(p.74)
Transition mutation
TransItion = Identical type
Substituting purine for purine or pyrimidine for pyrimidine
(p.75)
Transversion mutation
TransVersion = conVersion between types
Substituting purine for pyrimidine or vice versa
(p.75)
Nonsense mutation
Stop the nonsense!
Stop codon
(p.75)
Types of RNA
Rampant, Massive, Tiny
rRNA
mRNA
tRNA
(also in order of use)
(p.77)
Start codons
AUG inAUGurates protein synthesis
(p.77)
Stop codons
UGA = U Go Away
UAA = U Are Away
UAG = U Are Gone
(p.77)
RNA polymerases
Numbered as their products are used in protein synthesis
I - makes rRNA
II - makes mRNA
III - makes tRNA (5s is rRNA)
(p.78)
Introns
INtrons stay IN the nucleus
(p.79)
Exons
EXons EXit and are EXpressed
(p.79)