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Adenovirus Use in Gene Therapy and Vaccines
Bacterial Diseases of the Cardiovascular System
Bacterial Species and Their Importance in Coral Death
Bacterial Species and Their Importance in Coral Death 2
California Sea Lions affected by Leptospirosis
From HIV to AIDS and transmission
Fungi and headaches
Fungi and their roles in our lives
Guess the Organism!( Pictures from Lab Friday 12-3 Spring 2009)
Hepatitis A and B
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HIV in the Blood
The immune system is a network of interacting cells that not only work together to protect the body from unwanted invaders, such as bacteria and various viruses, but work together to distinguish these pathogens from the individual's own healthy cells and tissues. Once the immune system loses this ability, immunodeficiency diseases occur and life-threatening infections start to develop. One such infection includes the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which can progressively develop into the acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or AIDS. To learn more about HIV/AIDS, follow the links below.
From HIV to AIDS and Transmission
Prevention, Treatment, and Survival of AIDS
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