15 Microbial Mechanisms of Pathogenicity -- Part 2
The tissues are hosted at the portal of entry.
The first microbes to attach are bad.
The gram is one-billionth of a gram; kilogram is 1000 grams.
One way of recalling from Chapter 4 is through biofilms, which are important because they resist rial that forms around their cell walls and antibiotics.
This characteristic increases the virulence of the species.
The capsule resists the colonization of structures such as teeth and medical host's defenses by impairing phagocytosis, the process by which eters, stents, heart valves, hip replacement components, and certain cells of the body and destroy microbes.
The mineral ter 16 states that dental plaque is a biofilm.
Tartar is created by the chemical nature of the capsule over time.
The phagocytic cell can't adhere to the bacterium.
The virulence of one bacterium is due to the presence of a intestine.
There are cells in the genitourinary tract that are capable of causing virulence.
Chemical substances can be accessed through the cell walls of certainbacteria.
How would a drug bind mannose on human cells affect the cell surface and fimbriae?
The virulence of the microorganism is increased by the M protein.
The host cells are affected by the attachment of both Opa and fimbriae.
Blood clot forming chemicals can digest materials between cells.
He had a burning pain in his chest.
He has a heart attack.
The man is rushed to the hospital.
After 2 days, the area becomes dark and his family is told that he has a problem with one of his arteries.
The damaged tissue is blocking the flow of blood in her left leg.
The doctor injects her left leg with the streptokinase to digest the muscles of her left leg.
The blockage is necrotizing.
The mechanism of streptokinase is shown in Figure c.
Thebacteria are not growing now.
The clot is blocking the arteries in his heart.
Her parents have a disease.
The body uses blocked arteries to get rid of infections.
The 1950s saw the use of streptokinase to treat coronary arteries.
Streptokinase was approved by the FDA in 1982.
The toxins must not be present.
There is a figure of necrotizing fasciitis.
Some staphylococci are found in the tissues of the body.
The action that doesn't produce coagulases is still deadly.
It is thought that the tissue blackening of infections may be more important to their virulence.
The hyaluronidase is produced by some clos and is used to separate the infections.
The con nective tissue of muscles and other body organs and tissues is broken down by Collage Nase.
A drop of liquid hitting a solid surface can be caused by some microbes.
The effect is called antigenic changes.
The cells express different antigens over time as the microbe sinks into them.
Antigenic variation is possible with a wide range of microbes.
The actin on one end of BROOS-e-e GAM-be-ens is condensation by the African agent.
Sleeping sickness is caused by the bacteria panosomiasis.
The cells are attached to by adhesins.
A very intense area of investigation tors that can result in the entrance of somebacteria are caused by the interaction triggering signals in the host cell.
A vaccine protects against a disease for many years.
Dramatic changes occur at the point of contact.
The iron is shown in red.
The mechanisms of action of A-B toxins are outlined.
The LAL test is important.
When lysogeny occurs in host cells, the roles of plasmids andbacteria are released.