Event Title

Studying Neisserial Colonization in the Upper Respiratory Tract using a Natural Mouse Model

Presenter Information

Eliza Thapa, Biological Sciences

Abstract

Neisseria musculi, a commensal from the oral cavity of wild caught mice is used to study upper respiratory tract colonization.

Keywords:

Neisseria musculi, Colonization

Comments

Presenter email: et838116@ohio.edu

Status

Graduate

Department

Biological Sciences

College

College of Arts and Sciences

Campus

Athens

Faculty Mentor

Weyand, Nathan

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Studying Neisserial Colonization in the Upper Respiratory Tract using a Natural Mouse Model

Neisseria musculi, a commensal from the oral cavity of wild caught mice is used to study upper respiratory tract colonization.