Clinical Significances

Clinical Significances - opportunistic bacterium It is a...

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Clinical Significances: Bartonella henselae: Cat exposure is a risk factor for B. henselae-associated disease in humans. This particular bacterium causes a cat scratch disease. It is also known to cause central nervous system disease in humans. E-Coli: The most popular bacterium, one can not go through biology without learning about it, whether it is microbiology or botany. Most of them are harmless that is the reason why most experiments are done on them, but some of them can cause food poisoning diarrhea .Like this bacterium would really mess up your digestive system. Pseudomonas aeruginosa: It sounds like the most dangerous bacteria in the lab, but it is really not. It is actually an
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Unformatted text preview: opportunistic bacterium. It is a source for urinary tract infections, respiratory system infections, dermatitis, soft tissue infections, joint infections, gastrointestinal infections and a variety of systemic infections. Being opportunistic bacteria it affects people with weak immune system, like for e.g. AIDS patients. Salmonella typhimurium : It is one hazardous bacterium, that’s notorious for causing typhoid fever. It also causes gastrointestinal diseases, and food poisoning. Yersinia pestis: This bacterium caused the plague in the olden days. This bacterium is capable of causing fatal illnesses....
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