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14S1I03 - INFECTION AND BODY DEFENCE MECHANISMS FROM INFECTIVE AGENTS

Course specification
Course titleINFECTION AND BODY DEFENCE MECHANISMS FROM INFECTIVE AGENTS
Acronym14S1I03
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Type of study
Lecturer (for classes)
  1. dr Nenad Milić
  2. dr Zoran Kulišić
  3. dr Dejan Krnjaić
  4. dr Sanda Dimitrijević
  5. dr Nevenka Aleksić
  6. dr Sonja Radojičić
  7. dr Miroslav Valčić
  8. dr Dušan Mišić
  9. dr Jakov Nišavić
  10. dr Marina Radojičić
  11. dr Tamara Ilić
  12. dr Dragan Bacić
  13. dr Sonja Obrenović
  14. dr Bojan Gajić
Lecturer/Associate (for practice)
  1. dr Nenad Milić
  2. dr Zoran Kulišić
  3. dr Dejan Krnjaić
  4. dr Sanda Dimitrijević
  5. dr Nevenka Aleksić
  6. dr Sonja Radojičić
  7. dr Miroslav Valčić
  8. dr Dušan Mišić
  9. dr Jakov Nišavić
  10. dr Marina Radojičić
  11. dr Tamara Ilić
  12. dr Dragan Bacić
  13. dr Sonja Obrenović
  14. dr Bojan Gajić
  15. Danica Bogunović
  16. dr Andrea Radalj
  17. dr Nataša Stević
Lecturer/Associate (for OTC)
  1. dr Bojan Gajić
ESPB8.0Status
ConditionDiploma from any of the faculties of medical group
The goalAcquisition of knowledge about the process of infection, etiopathogenesis and host defense mechanisms against bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic infections.
The outcomeStudents are expected to understand the role of pathogenic microorganisms and parasites in the etiopathogenesis of animal infections;to process the necessary knowledge about immunological reactions to antigens of microorganisms and parasites during infection and after vaccination and to be acquainted with appropriate diagnostic methods for identification of infectious agents.
Contents
Contents of lecturesInfections of animals caused by various pathogens;Native host defense mechanisms and factors of non-specific defense;Immunity;acquired host defense mechanisms; Immunological reactivity during bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic infections;Methods of laboratory diagnostics and immunoprophylaxis of infectious diseases of animals.
Contents of exercisesSerological reactions and biological assay in diagnostics of infectious diseases of animals, Determination of infectious agents by using polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
Literature
  1. Milic N., Krnjaic D., Misic D., Nisavic J., Radojicic M. (2017) Microbiology and Immunology. Naucna KMD, Belgrade.
  2. Ruzica Asanin, Krnjaic D., Milic N. (2014) Manual of Microbiology and Immunology with practical exercises. Naucna KMD, Belgrade.
  3. Nisavic J., Milic N., Knezevic Aleksandra (2013) Laboratory diagnostics of viral infections. Naucna KMD, Belgrade.
  4. Misic D. (2013) Methods of microbiological diagnostics - examination of bacterial resistance to antibiotics. Elit Medica, Belgrade.
  5. Kulisic Z. (2001) Helmithology. Veterinarary Chamber of Serbia, Belgrade.
  6. Quinn P.J., Markey B.K., Carter M.E., Donnelly W.J.C., Leonard F.C. (2002) Veterinary Microbiology and Microbial Disease. Blackwell Science, Oxford, UK. (Original title)
Number of hours per week during the semester/trimester/year
LecturesExercisesOTCStudy and ResearchOther classes
212
Methods of teachingTheoretical lectures with Powerpoint presentation and practical laboratory work.
Knowledge score (maximum points 100)
Pre obligationsPointsFinal examPoints
Activites during lectures30Test paper50
Practical lessons20Oral examination
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