lecture 32 - There are also groups c,d, and g Pneumonia=...

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Respiratory pathogens  bacterial or viral one pathogen  many diseases many pathogens one disease respiratory --:> intal site of infection  disease can progress to other organs and systems
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Blood agar
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Infection (throat)  disease progresses sequelae (follow up disease) 24 diseases Immune system response is so strong it begins destroying host tissue! Neurosis: tissue death - superantigen helps destroy tissue
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G.A.S.
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Unformatted text preview: There are also groups c,d, and g Pneumonia= imparied lung functioncan be bacterial, viral, or chemical Often on Collage campuses Virulence factor Immune cells: pre-programed to go and kill pathogens case s 600 deaths/year Biofilm. Legionella: lives inside amoeba(in marine habitat in humans it lives inside macrophages infraction More mild Segmented genome Shuffle RNA segments get new influenza viruses...
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