BacterialComparison - Bbjjopjpoj Bacteria Neisseris...

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Bbjjopjpoj Bacteria Neisseris gonorrhoeae Streptococcus pneumonia (oppor) Vibrio cholerae Salmonella Bordetella pertussi Structure Non-motile, non sporulating Gram-negative cocci Non-motile, non sporulating Gram- positive cocci (diplo, short chains) Motile, Gram- negative curved rod w/ single, polar flagellum Gram-negative , flagellated, facul. Anaerobe, HOK antigens Gram-negative coccobacillus jojjojjkjkjP Pathogenesis - Only effect humans Don't survive in evinronment. Spread via direct contact. Via mucous membrane of genitourinary tract. - Close contact w/ respiratory droplets - Only effect humans. - Fecal contamination water and food - Affect humans and animals - Fecal contamination water and food - S. typhi (humans only) - Spread by aerosols/direct con w/ infected person/asymptoma carrier Diseases Gonorrhea -> urethritis (males), urethral infection in endocervix (females) -> dissemination into uterus and fallopian tubes -> PID - > gonococcal arthritis -> Ophthalmia neonatorum in infants (
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2011 for the course MICB 202 taught by Professor Teh during the Spring '10 term at The University of British Columbia.

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