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This site provides basic facts about foodborne diseases caused by viruses, bacteria, parasites, or toxins.

A collection of visual and curriculum resources that are submitted by professors/scientists from around the world.

Offers resources for undergraduate biology that support inquiry-based learning activities.

Animations covering DNA science concepts.

An on-line companion to the virology textbook, Principles of Molecular Virology. Includes brief materials for 4 of the 8... see more

The International Committee on the Taxonomy of Viruses contains links to the latest key to virus taxonomy.

A beautiful interactive animation of the infection cycle of Herpesvirus.

TIGR provides databases of many sequenced eukaryotic and prokaryotic genomes. The data can be accessed as DNA and protein... see more

An animation of how the DNA microarray technique is applied to studies with Herpes simplex virus

This highly illustrated internet textbook covers all aspects of microbiology and immunology and is based on a course for... see more

Flash animations of several immune processes such as MHC I and II loading, somatic recombination, and B and T cell... see more

This site provides information, images, and videos about the phenomenon of bioluminescence in a range of organisms.

This site allows a student to test their knowledge of pathogenic bacteria by identifying one to four unknowns. Each case... see more

This site serves the bacteriophage ecology community, including those interested in phage therapy, by providing links to... see more

This site presents an enormous amount of information related to the biology of cytokines. The material can be accessed... see more

Access to maps of metabolic pathways.

This site allows you to create and store a variety of online games/quizzes related to content in your discipline or to... see more

The Institute for Molecular Virology site at the University of Wisconsin hosts Virus World, which presents tutorials on... see more

This site offers high quality microscopic movies of pathogens such as Listeria and Salmonella infecting host cells.

The TC-DB website details a comprehensive database for membrane transport proteins classified through the Transport... see more

This site presents the historical developments that led to the determination of the structure and biological functions of... see more

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

Discussion and illustrations/animations of the polymerase chain reaction.

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