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Streptococcus species grow in
 
O2 requirements of Streptococcus
 
A large fraction of Streptococcus are ________
 
Unlike Staphylococcus, streptococcus are _______ negative
 
Streptococcus are often called _________ _________ because they are acid-tolerant
 
Strep that grow in the GI are classified as
 
Strep used in cheese production are classified as
 
Aside from the answers in the question 6 and 7, what are the other two ways in which strep can be classified
 
Best classification for Strep is the
 
S. pyogenes is also called
 
S. Pyogenes gas requirements
 
What are S. Pyogenes susceptible too?
 
S pyogenes are _____, like the name suggests
 
Binds to epithelial cells, adhesin
 
Made of hyaluronic acid
 
Capsule is a _____ immunogen
 
The most important virulence factor
 
GAS can inactivate complement system by inactivating both ____ and ____
 
Group A strep is the MOST COMMON CAUSE of
 
Capsule is made of ____ ___
 
F-protein binds
 
Non-specific mitogenicity of T cells
 
Pyrogenic toxins are ______
 
Which virulence factor has both a immunogenic and non-immunogenic form
 
Which one is immunogenic
 
DNAase is used against
 
Breaks down chemotactic factor of complement pathway
 
Major opsonigen
 
Both ___ and ___ part of complement system are inactivated by GAS
 
Majority of pharyngitis is caused by
 
Which virulence factor can caused scarlet fever?
 
Scarlet fever is marked by pharyngitis, scarlet rash and what two other symptoms
 
S. pyogenes + Staph aureus can caused
 
Erysipelas, puerperal fever, necrotizing fascitis and TSS are ______ infections of GAS
 
How is necrotizing fascitis quickly diagnosed?
 
Infection of uterus by GAS is termed
 
This is secondary to pharyngitis
 
M protein on S. pyogenes is similar to ___ and ___
autoimmune reaction 
What to test for when you suspect rheumatic fever post pharyngitis?
 
Acute glomerulonephritis occurs post ___ _____ by GAS
 
What antibodies are you testing for to confirm acute glomerulonephritis?
 
Higher M-protein types of GAS are found in
 
M3, M5, M18 account for what pathology of GAS?
 
No vaccines for GAS because it is difficult to differentiate _____ _______ epitopes
 
Immunity in GAS is ____-______ ____
 
 

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