Tag Archives: Microorganism

Clinical Laboratory Procedures under Austere Conditions: Part IV – The Gram Stain

Could you diagnose anthrax on your own?  How about gonorrhea?  A Gram stain is often diagnostic, and can be performed with limited equipment.   The following post on clinical laboratory procedures is contributed by Pete Farmer,  who holds advanced degrees in research biology … Continue reading

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Are you prepared to prevent 99% of infections?

Image via Wikipedia Infections in human beings are caused by a frightening array of microorganisms. Bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeast, worms, amoeba, parasites, and prions invade the human body, spreading fear and misery throughout the world.   In a very real sense, … Continue reading

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