Bacteria are engulfed by macrophages but avoid fusion

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Unformatted text preview: ngulfed by macrophages but avoid fusion with lysosomes. Replication occurs within infected macrophages followed by lysis. Other macrophages are drawn to the area and layer around the infected cells forming tubercles. Tuberculosis What bad are the Clinical Signs and Symptoms of TB? cough with bloody sputum, chest pain, chronic fever, weakness or fatigue, chills, etc (see text). How do we treat TB? antibiotic therapy Long-term Isoniazid, rifampin, pyrazinamide, ethambutol / streptomycin Tuberculosis Tuberculosis XDR TB Animation 1 Tuberculosis timeline animation (very detailed) Anthrax What is the causative agent of Anthrax? Bacteria Bacillus anthracis. Large ae...
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