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  • against the types of viruses and bacteria prevalent in poor regions.
    4 KB (653 words) - 19:29, 11 February 2004
  • ...has enzyme glycosyl transferase, which synthesizes glucan (an adhesive for bacteria to teeth) from sucrose *Plaque contains 10<sup>9</sup> bacteria/g, pH about
    6 KB (809 words) - 12:42, 4 November 2011
  • ...'' do not represent fundamental changes in the virulence properties of the bacteria === Compare the mechanisms of pathogenicity of bacteria that survive intracellularly in host cells vs. those that survive extracell
    3 KB (400 words) - 12:41, 4 November 2011
  • *Main problem is inability to clear extracellular bacteria *Main problem is with extracellular bacteria and opportunistic infections such as ''Pneumocystis carinii''
    3 KB (374 words) - 12:41, 4 November 2011
  • ...really a risk factor, because as long as there is direct contact with the bacteria, a person will get infected regardless of whether they are immune competent
    2 KB (257 words) - 03:06, 23 February 2004
  • *Smallest free-living bacteria *Since M. pnuemoniae is the most common cause of pneumonia, it means the bacteria is very common and found in many people
    2 KB (243 words) - 17:09, 11 March 2004
  • *for blood culture, must request special culture since bacteria is an obligate intracellular organism and need to grow in host cells
    3 KB (369 words) - 02:02, 29 February 2004
  • *bacteria usually hate acid, and survive better if stomach is alkaline *food has a buffering effect making the stomach vulnerable to bacteria
    2 KB (261 words) - 12:42, 4 November 2011
  • '''''Helicobacter pylori''''' is a [[:Category:bacteria|bacteria]] with an impressive surivival system that lives in the [[stomach]]. [[Category:Bacteria]]
    1 KB (221 words) - 18:55, 1 November 2004
  • *If it is '''aerobic''' and sporulating, it is a '''bacteria''' *Anaerobic bacteria rarely appear in isolation
    2 KB (282 words) - 02:57, 1 October 2004
  • Bacteria make vitamin B<sub>12</sub> for cows, which is why they can be [[cobalt]] d
    3 KB (504 words) - 12:42, 4 November 2011
  • ...thought to play a role as an "intestinal housekeeper" removing dead cells, bacteria, undigested food ''etc.'' from the [[small intestine]]
    5 KB (738 words) - 12:42, 4 November 2011
  • ...ained in meat ([[liver]]) and vegetables, and is synthesized by intestinal bacteria *Babies usually have sterile intestines, so they don't have the intestinal bacteria that can produce Vitamin K
    2 KB (247 words) - 17:36, 20 May 2004
  • *Skin eruptions are common (sometimes superinfected by bacteria and yeasts)
    2 KB (301 words) - 01:08, 3 April 2004
  • *In the colon, anaerobic bacteria outnumber aerobic bacteria by 100-10 000 to 1
    2 KB (340 words) - 13:48, 1 April 2004
  • '''Acute Pancreatitis''' is a non[[bacteria]]l [[inflammation]] of the [[pancreas]] caused by the activation, interstit
    3 KB (384 words) - 05:32, 1 November 2004
  • ...organisms (''e.g.'', ''[[Vibrio cholerae]]'', some ''[[Escheria coli]]''), bacteria multiply within the mucous layer overlying the gut mucosa and release toxin These bacteria invade and damage the intestinal mucosa causing [[inflammation]], [[ulcer]]
    2 KB (271 words) - 03:16, 8 November 2004
  • This near-fatal condition can be caused by [[bacteria]] such as ''[[Escherichia coli]]'', ''[[Campylobacter jejuni]]'', [[salmone
    1 KB (145 words) - 01:02, 5 November 2004
  • Bacterial overgrowth may also lead to degradation of carbohydrates by bacteria with the production of short chain organic acids and therefore increased os
    5 KB (673 words) - 20:38, 9 November 2004
  • # [[infection]] ([[cholangitis]]) by ascending intestinal bacteria
    1 KB (144 words) - 02:36, 9 November 2004

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