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Host Interactions Bacterial Pathogenicity and Host Defenses
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abscesses acid activity agent agglutination anaerobes animals anti antibiotic antibody antigens antiphagocytic antitoxin associated aureus bacillus bacteremia bacteria blood agar Brucella capsule cause cell wall cerebrospinal fluid cholerae clinical coli colonies contain culture cytoplasmic cytotoxic demonstrated diagnosis diarrhea differentiated diphtheriae disease endocarditis endotoxin enterotoxin enzymes exotoxin factor ferment fever gram stain gram-negative gram-positive growth Haemophilus hemolysin host human hypersensitivity immunity incubation infection influenzae inhibited inoculated intestinal tract isolated laboratory lesions leukocytes lipid lymph nodes lymphocytes macrophages Mechanisms of Pathogenicity membrane meningitis microorganisms necrosis Neisseria normal flora occur oral organisms patients penicillin peptidoglycan phage phagocytosis pneumoniae polysaccharide produced protein Proteus pyogenes reaction reported resistance respiratory tract response rickettsiae rods Salmonella sensitive serologic serotypes serum Shigella skin smears species specimens spores sputum Staphylococcus streptococci surface symptoms synthesis syphilis teichoic acid tetracycline therapy tion tissue titer toxic toxin treatment tuberculosis typhus urine usually vaccine Vibrio virulence