1. To obtain basic knowledge in bacteriology, virology and mycology. 2. To understand pathogenic mechanism, clinical and laboratory diagnosis of the most relevant agents of bacterial, viral and fungal infections.
Weekly - 8
Total - 42
Attendance of 2/3 of classes is mandatory
• Color Atlas and Textbook of Diagnostic Microbiology. (1997) Koneman EW et al - 5th ed. • Barroso H., Meliço-Silvestre A., Taveira N. (2014). (Eds.), Microbiologia Médica Volume 1 - Edições Lidel, Lisboa. • Barroso H., Meliço-Silvestre A., Taveira N. (2014). (Eds.), Microbiologia Médica Volume 2 - Edições Lidel, Lisboa. • Microbiologia - Canas Ferreira WF, Sousa JCF Lima N (Eds.) 2010 Edições Lidel, Lisboa. • Cann AJ (2012). Principles of Molecular Virology. Elsevier Academic Press, Burlington, MA, 5ª Ed. • Parreira R, Piedade J (2010). Vírus, pp. 110-129. In “Microbiologia”. Canas-Ferreira WF, de Sousa JCF, Lima N (Eds.), Edições Lidel, Lisboa. • Microbiology, Concepts and Applications” – Michael J. Pelczar, Jr. ECS Chan, Noel R Krieg, ed. McGraw-Hill, Inc., 2003. • Kauffman C.A., Pappas P.G., Sobel J.D., Dismukes WE (Eds). (2011). Essencial of Clinical Mycology. Springer- Verlag, New York. • Reiss E., Shadomy H.J., Lyon G.M., (2012) Fundamental Medical Mycology. Wiley-Blacwell.
Theoretical and theory/practical classes, in which the basic concepts to be taught, will be passed with the support of the methods type presentations (PowerPoint). Practical lessons where methods and practical techniques presented in lectures and theoretical-practical will be applied.
Students with at least 2/3 of frequency are evaluated by final exam. Rating scale of 0 to 20. Approval rating equal to or greater than 10.
I. Structure, metabolism and physiology of bacterial cells. Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria- Anaerobic bacteria. Spirochetes. Epidemiological, microbiological, clinical. Identification of the Gram negative bacilli: Enterobacteriaceae and
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