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During the Virtual Cell Tour, students will be able to learn the basic functions occurring within the cell as well as the... see more

This interactive incorporates engaging 3D-models of viruses that students can click on to rotate and view from different... see more

Infectious diseases represent a serious global public health problem. They have the potential to kill millions of people,... see more

Cells, regardless of whether they are in an organ in the human body or a component of a bacterial colony, can sense the... see more

The need to identify sustainable forms of energy as an alternative to our dependence on depleting worldwide oil reserves... see more

"The student investigates the interaction of antimicrobial therapies and host defenses in eliminating an infection."

This site provides a Flash movie of the ATP synthase gradient in action. The video introduces biological gradients and... see more

This website includes information of various cultivation media for bacteria. The names of common bacteriologic media... see more

This animation demonstrates two full cycles of electron donation. It also illustrates the various components involved in... see more

The Gonochek-II test is used diagnostically to identify the pathogenic Neisseria species (N. gonorrhoeae and N.... see more

The oxidase test is used in aiding the identification of bacteria that produce cytochrome c oxidase, an enzyme of the... see more

A protein is transferred through a sequence of membrane structures. The Golgi apparatus is one structure involved in... see more

This resource shows what happens when HIV first enters the nody. It also shows the interaction of the gp120 protein with... see more

Features 30 peer-reviewed journals from Brazil, China, India, Inodesia, Kenya, South Africa, Uganda, and Zimbabwe.... see more

This module provides a description of gram staining including the purpose, the mechanism, the components, the methods and... see more

A website with the most recent research on HIV/AIDS created by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

As an introduction to the world of bacteriology, this site provides information about fossil records, life history,... see more

This site provides an animation that concentrates on how proteins respond to extracellular signals and how proteins are... see more

This link from the American Museum of Natural History has a great 2-minute YouTube video program showing how pathogens... see more

eLife Sciences is an open access, peer-reviewed eJournal by senior science editors, whose initiative is to make science... see more

Highwire facilitates access to over 1.1 million full text scholarly articles on medical/biomedical topics. Most journal... see more

TransportDB is a relational database describing the predicted cytoplasmic membrane transport protein complement for... see more

The phylum Myxozoa contains over 2100 species of parasites that principally infect fish, although some species infect... see more

The aim was to evaluate the impact of biofield treatment modality on mycobacterial strains in relation to... see more