SHORT NOTES OR SHORT ESSAYS
  1. ASO Test
  2. Acid fast staining
  3. Actinomycosis 
  4. Adenoviruses 
  5. Adjuvant 
  6. Allograft rejection 
  7. Alpha toxin 
  8. Anaerobic bacteria 
  9. Anaerobic media 
  10. Anaphylaxis 
  11. Anthrax in man 
  12. Anti-lymphocytic serum 
  13. Antibiotic assays 
  14. Antibiotic associated pseudomembranous colitis 
  15. Antibiotic sensitivity tests 
  16. Antigen 
  17. Antigenic shift and drift 
  18. Antisepsis and asepsis 
  19. Armadillo 
  20. Arthus reaction 
  21. Ascoli's Thermoprecipitation test 
  22. Aseptic meningitis 
  23. Aspergillosis 
  24. Aspergillus 
  25. Atopy 
  26. Atypical Mycobacteria 
  27. Autoclave 
  28. Autoimmunity 
  29. B lymphocytes 
  30. BCG 
  31. BCG inoculation techniques 
  32. Bacterial antigens 
  33. Bacterial capsule 
  34. Bacterial cell wall 
  35. Bacterial filters 
  36. Bacterial food poisoning 
  37. Bacterial spore 
  38. Bacterial toxins 
  39. Bacterial variations 
  40. Bacterial virulence 
  41. Bacteriocine 
  42. Bacteriophage 
  43. Bacteroides 
  44. Balantidium coli 
  45. Beta-lactamase 
  46. Bile solubility test 
  47. Bile stained egg found in stool 
  48. Biological False Positive 
  49. Biological vector 
  50. Black water fever 
  51. Blood agar 
  52. Blood culture 
  53. Bodet Gengou media 
  54. Borrelia recurrentis 
  55. Borrelia vincentii 
  56. Botulism 
  57. Brucellosis 
  58. Bubonic plague 
  59. C-Reactive protein 
  60. CAM inoculation 
  61. Campylobacter 
  62. Candida albicans 
  63. Candidiasis 
  64. Capsule 
  65. Carbohydrate fermentation 
  66. Casoni's test 
  67. Cell culture 
  68. Cell mediated immunity 
  69. Cercaria 
  70. Chaga's disease 
  71. Chick embryo cultivation of viruses 
  72. Chlamydospore 
  73. Cholera vaccine 
  74. Chromomycosis 
  75. Classical Vibrios 
  76. Classification of Streptococci 
  77. Clonal selection theory 
  78. Coagglutination test 
  79. Coagulase negative
  80.  Staphylococcus 
  81. Coagulase test 
  82. Cold hemagglutination test 
  83. Compare and contrast protoplasts and spheroplasts 
  84. Complement 
  85. Complement fixation test 
  86. Concentration techniques 
  87. Confirmatory test for Cryptococcus 
  88. Congenital syphilis 
  89. Conjugation 
  90. Continuous cell line 
  91. Coomb's test 
  92. Cough plate 
  93. Counter-immunoelectrophoresis 
  94. Coxsackie virus 
  95. Creeping eruptions 
  96. Cryptococcus neoformans 
  97. Cryptosporidium 
  98. Cultivation of Mycobacterium leprae 
  99. Cultivation of viruses 
  100. Cutaneous leishmaniasis
  1. Cyclops
  2.  Cysticercus 
  3. Cysticercus cellulosae 
  4. Cytokines 
  5. DPT vaccine 
  6. Dark field microscope 
  7. Delayed hypersensitivity 
  8. Dermatophytes 
  9. Differences between pneumococci and streptococci 
  10. Differentiation of the genus Brucella 
  11. Dimorphic fungi 
  12. Diphteroides 
  13. Diphtheria toxin 
  14. Diseases associated with Chlamydia trachomatis 
  15. Dracontiasis 
  16. Drug resistance in bacteria 
  17. ELISA 
  18. Eaton agent 
  19. Echovirus 
  20. Eggs of Schistosoma hematobium 
  21. ElTor vibrio 
  22. Elek's test 
  23. Endotoxin 
  24. Enriched media 
  25. Enrichment media 
  26. Entamoeba cysts 
  27. Enterobius vermicularis 
  28. Enterococci 
  29. Enteropathogenic E.coli 
  30. Enterotoxigenic E.coli 
  31. Enterotoxins 
  32. Epstein Barr virus 
  33. Eumycotic mycetoma 
  34. Exotoxins 
  35. Extra-intestinal amoebiasis 
  36. FTA-ABS Test 
  37. Fasiola hepatica 
  38. Filariform larvae 
  39. Fimbriae 
  40. Flagella 
  41. Flavivirus 
  42. Fluorescent Treponemal Antibody test 
  43. Fluorescent microscope 
  44. Free living amoebae 
  45. Frei's test 
  46. Fumigation 
  47. Fungal stains 
  48. Gas gangrene 
  49. Gaseous disinfectants 
  50. Gaseous requirement of bacteria 
  51. Gel diffusion tests 
  52. Germ tube test 
  53. Giardia lamblia 
  54. Graft Vs host reaction 
  55. Gram's staining 
  56. Granuloma inguinale 
  57. Group B Streptococci 
  58. Growth curve 
  59. Growth factor 
  60. Growth requirements of Mycoplasma 
  61. Gut Associated Lymphoid Tissue (GALT) 
  62. HLA typing 
  63. Haemophilus ducreyi 
  64. Halophilic vibrios 
  65. Helicobacter pylori 
  66. Hemolytic disease of the new born 
  67. Hepatitis A virus 
  68. Hepatitis B virus 
  69. Herpes simplex 
  70. Heterophile antibodies 
  71. Heterophile antigen 
  72. Histoplasma 
  73. Homograft 
  74. Hospital Staphylococci 
  75. Host vs graft reaction 
  76. Hot air oven 
  77. Hydatid cyst 
  78. Hymenolepis nana 
  79. IMViC Reactions 
  80. IgA 
  81. IgE 
  82. IgG 
  83. IgM 
  84. Immune complex diseases 
  85. Immune response 
  86. Immunization against C.diphtheriae 
  87. Immunization schedule 
  88. Immunodiffusion tests 
  89. Immunofluorescence 
  90. Immunoglobulins 
  91. Immunological surveillance 
  92. Immunological tolerance 
  93. Immunosuppressive agents 
  94. In vitro cultivation of Plasmodium falciparum 
  95. Inclusion bodies 
  96. Influenza virus 
  97. Innate immunity 
  98. Interferon 
  99. Intradermal tests 
  100. Japanese encephalitis virus
  1. KFD
  2. Koch's postulates 
  3. L-forms of bacteria 
  4. Laboratory diagnosis of cerebrospinal fever 
  5. Laboratory diagnosis of cholera 
  6. Laboratory diagnosis of gonorrhoea 
  7. Laboratory diagnosis of sub acute bacterial endocarditis 
  8. Larva migrans 
  9. Lepromin test 
  10. Leptospirosis 
  11. Listeria monocytogens 
  12. Liver fluke 
  13. Louis Pasteur 
  14. Lymphogranuloma venereum 
  15. Lymphokines 
  16. Lysogenic conversion 
  17. MDR-TB 
  18. MHC 
  19. MHC restriction 
  20. MMR vaccine 
  21. MRSA 
  22. Macintosh Fildes jar 
  23. Malignant pustule 
  24. Mc Fadyean's reaction 
  25. Measles 
  26. Mechanism of autoimmunity 
  27. Mechanism of transplant rejection 
  28. Medusa head appearance 
  29. Methods of anaerobiasis 
  30. Microfilaria 
  31. Moist heat sterilization below 100 C 
  32. Moniliasis 
  33. Monoclonal antibodies 
  34. Mucormycosis 
  35. Mutation 
  36. Mycobacterium leprae 
  37. Mycoplasma 
  38. Mycotic mycetoma 
  39. Mycotoxins 
  40. NAG Vibrios 
  41. NIH swab 
  42. Nagler reaction 
  43. Natural immunity 
  44. Negative staining 
  45. Negri bodies 
  46. Neil-Mooser's reaction 
  47. Neutralization test 
  48. Nocardiosis 
  49. Non-gonococcal urethritis 
  50. Non-specific urethritis 
  51. Non-sporing anaerobic infections 
  52. Nosocomial infections 
  53. Oncogenic viruses 
  54. Opportunistic fungi 
  55. Opportunistic infections 
  56. Opsonisation 
  57. Oxidase test 
  58. PK reaction 
  59. Paragonimus westermani 
  60. Passive agglutination 
  61. Pasteurization 
  62. Pathogenecity of Yersinia pestis 
  63. Pathogenicity of Candida albicans 
  64. Pathogenicity of Clostridium welchii 
  65. Pathogenicity of Vibrio cholera 
  66. Pertussis 
  67. Pfeiffer's phenomena 
  68. Phage typing 
  69. Phagocytosis 
  70. Phase contrast microscope 
  71. Phlebotomus argentipus 
  72. Photochromogens 
  73. Piedra 
  74. Pili 
  75. Plasmid 
  76. Pneumocystis carinii 
  77. Polio vaccine 
  78. Post Streptococcal sequelae 
  79. Pre-erythrocytic cycle 
  80. Precipitation tests in diagnostic bacteriology 
  81. Premunition 
  82. Presumptive coliform test 
  83. Primary amoebic meningoencephalitis 
  84. Primary atypical pneumonia 
  85. Principle of Gram Staining 
  86. Prokaryote 
  87. Promastigotes 
  88. Properdin 
  89. Prophylaxis against HIV 
  90. Prophylaxis against Poliomyelitis 
  91. Prophylaxis of rabies 
  92. Prophylaxis of tetanus 
  93. Prozone phenomenon 
  94. Psychrophilic bacteria 
  95. Q-fever 
  96. Quellung reaction 
  97. Rat bite fever 
  98. Redia 
  99. Relapsing fever 
  100. Reproduction in viruses
  1. Resistance transfer factor
  2. Respiratory syncytial virus 
  3. Rhinosporidiasis 
  4. Rickettsial pox 
  5. Ring test 
  6. Robert Koch 
  7. Role of thymus in immunity 
  8. Rotavirus 
  9. Rubella syndrome 
  10. SDA medium 
  11. Sabin's vaccine 
  12. Sabouraud's agar 
  13. Salmonella antigens 
  14. Sand fly 
  15. Satellitism 
  16. Schick's test 
  17. Schistosomiasis 
  18. Schwartzman's reaction 
  19. Scrub typhus 
  20. Seitz filter 
  21. Selective media 
  22. Serological tests for Toxoplasmosis 
  23. Serum sickness 
  24. Sheathed microfilaria 
  25. Significant bacteriuria 
  26. Slow viruses 
  27. Standard test for syphilis 
  28. Staphylococcal food poisoning 
  29. Staphylococcal pathogenicity test 
  30. Staphylococcus saprophyticus 
  31. Sterilization by filteration 
  32. Sterilization control 
  33. Streptolysin 
  34. Strongyloides stercoralis 
  35. Strongyloidiasis 
  36. Super antigen 
  37. Systemic anaphylaxis 
  38. T Cell 
  39. T lymphocytes 
  40. TAB vaccine 
  41. TRIC agent 
  42. Tenia capitis 
  43. Tetanus prophylaxis 
  44. Thermophile bacteria 
  45. Thrush 
  46. Tinea versicolor 
  47. Tissue culture 
  48. Toxic shock syndrome 
  49. Toxins and enzymes of group A Streptococci 
  50. Toxoplasma gondii 
  51. Transduction 
  52. Transfer factor 
  53. Transport media 
  54. Tranfusion reactions 
  55. Traveler's diarrhoea 
  56. Treponema pallidum 
  57. Trichinella spiralis 
  58. Trichomonas vaginalis 
  59. Trichophyton rubrum 
  60. Tse-tse fly 
  61. Tuberculin test 
  62. Tumor antigens 
  63. Tyndallization 
  64. Type I hypersensitivity 
  65. Type III hypersensitivity 
  66. Type IV hypersensitivity 
  67. Undulent fever 
  68. Urinary tract infection 
  69. VDRL test 
  70. Vaccines 
  71. Varicella Zoster virus 
  72. Vi antigen 
  73. Vibrio parahemolyticus 
  74. Vincent's angina 
  75. Viral diarrhoea 
  76. Viral hemagglutination 
  77. Viral interference 
  78. Viral vaccines 
  79. Viridans streptococci 
  80. Virus hemagglutination 
  81. Weil Felix test 
  82. Weil's disease 
  83. Widal test 
  84. X and V factor 
  85. Yaws 
  86. Yellow fever vaccine 
  87. Yersinia enterocolitica 
  88. Zoonosis 
  89. Zoonotic diseases

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