Describe experimental design (treatment, challenges, techniques that have been used to assess the changes during experimental procedures).

In addition, below is the list of topics for writing Review Paper. You need to make your choice of one topic and start writing. Guidelines suggested highly rated Journals that I recommend to use, and a Sample/example are published on Canvas along with evaluation criteria.
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Topics for Review Papers:
1. Dual Streptococcal Invasion
2. Mycoplasma Infections
3. Pegivirus
4. Phage Therapy
5. Poliovirus Diagnosis
6. Prions in Deer Saliva
7. Typhus Diagnosis
8. Clostridium Zoonotic Transfer
9. HIV treatment
10. Immune response to Lyme Borreliosis
11. Flu Vaccine Development
The List of Journals to Use for Review Paper1.Clinical Microbiology and Infection2.The New England Journal of Medicine3.Journal of Immunology4.Clinical Microbiology5.Journal of Medical Microbiology6.Journal of Infection7.Clinical Infectious Diseases8.Journal of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases9.Infectious Diseases Journal10.Journal of Infectious DiseasesREMEMBER: this is not the list of obligatory journals. Feel free to use any other topic related publications (e.g.: PNAS, Lancet, Journal of Biomedical Science, and so on). Use PubMed search it is a good tool in finding good references.
Guidelines for Students PapersThe goal of analyzing research papers and writing your own paper based on that analysis, is:To attain the ability to comprehend and analyze research literature;To use literature search tools to generate a pool of reliable references to support your point of view;To conduct research papers and to appreciate differences between the structure of research papers that are based on authors own experimental results and review papers that are based on up-to-date literature analysis. Sections of Students Paper.1.Abstract.Write no more than 4 5 sentences:highlight the importance of the topic of your paper;very briefly describe what type of study or experimental approaches have been used to test the proposed hypothesis (include a very limited description of hypothesis or authors points of view on the topic);make a brief statement about the results that authors acquired and whether or not you agree with authors conclusions.2.Introduction.Write 3 5 sentences for each paragraph listed below:what so far is known about the microorganism of your paper’s topic;why authors decided to find new approaches in diagnosis or treatment of given microorganism;what was authors hypothesis (detailed explanation of proposed hypothesis and its possible outcome as to the improvement of treatment, understanding of the disease pathway, or development new diagnostic techniques); why authors chose the methods that they used for experiments;what have authors shown by their experiments (has been hypothesis proven? were results of experiments applicable to practical needs of biomedical science?).3. Materials and Methods. Describe study subjects or objects (patients, animal models, cells), list all groups of the subjects or objects used in experiments. Describe experimental design (treatment, challenges, techniques that have been used to assess the changes during experimental procedures). Practically you will be copying this part from the original paper, however, it is important to describe everything in your own words applying your own understanding of the methods used.4.Results.Describe what results authors derived from performed experiments. This part you will also copy from the original paper, however, describe the results in your own words and make your comments (1-2 sentences) at the end of the result for every performed experiment. 5.Discussion.Write 3 5 sentences for each paragraph below:did the authors prove their hypothesis?what other experts in the field think/write about the subject of study?state your opinion about the subject of the study, proposed hypothesis, methods of testing the hypothesis, and interpretation of the results.make realistic suggestions about experimental settings and methods. Support every statement that you make in Introduction, Results or Discussionsectionsby cited literature. Use 5 to 10 reliable references (scientific journals, NIH and CDC websites, and textbooks). The references MUST be arranged in the format that was used in the original paper, which you are using to write your paper (the list of references you can find at the end of the paper). To site reference in your text, use the number corresponding to the number of references in your references list. DO NOT re-use references! This means do not use the references that authors of the original paper used! Find your own.