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Blocks release of inhibitory neurotransmitters. Causes constant contraction.
Worldwide occurrence of disease.
Direct injection of toxins through the flagella or pilus into host cells.
Soluble proteins released by living bacterial cells.
Cell wall components freed when cells die and break up.
Type of disease where the pathogen attaches to alveolar macrophages, prevents phagosome-lysosome fusion, and cause lysis of phagocytes.
Type of symbiosis where it is beneficial to one partner while the other is unaffected
Thick gray exudate formed from inflammatory reaction caused by diphteria.
Bacteria that causes enzymatic lysis of host cells resulting in Gas Gangrene.
Binds to external region of T cell receptor and the MHC II on macrophage resulting in nonspecific interaction and massive release of cytokines.
Infectious diseases that attack many people at the same time in the same geographic area.
Diseases that constantly present in a local population
Bacteria that forms pores on host cells.
Blocks release of acetylcholine from peripheral nerves. Prevents contraction.
Gram negative bacteria that triggers surface ruffles.
Surface protein used for invasion
Bacteria that causes hyperactivation and increase in adenylate cyclase. This results in increased cAMP and patient loses water and have diarrhea.
Bacteria that causes inhibition of protein synthesis by inactivation of elongation factor-2.

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