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burst size refers to
the number of viruses released when the macrophage lyses
macrophages are involved in
phagocytosis, cell mediated endocytosis, innate immunity
Neurological disease, wasting syndrome, and opportunistic illnesses are characteristic of
AIDS
Infectious mononucleosis is caused by Epstein-Barr virus. Another condition caused by this virus is
Burkett’s Lymphoma Cytomegalovirus also causes infectious mononucleosis
H. pylori can be detected by
urea test
Legionnaires' disease is caused by a
Gram negative rod bacteria Legionella
Viral gastroenteritis may be caused by
Infants: Adenovirus and Coronavirus
Children: Rotavirus
Adults: Norwalk, Cocksackie and Echo
The rotavirus and echovirus are both associated with
WATERBORNE ILLNESS
List all the foodborne and waterborne infections
FOODBORNE BACTERIA: campylobacter, salmonella, listeria, e. coli, botulinum, b.cereus, listeria
WATERBORNE BACTERIA: cholera, shigella, yersinia, pseudomonas, leigonella,
WATERBORNE VIRUS: HepE, Rotovirus