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Intracellular parasitism of microorganisms

by Yura F. Belyi

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Published by Springer, R.G. Landes in New York, Austin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Host-bacteria relationships.,
  • Cellular signal transduction.,
  • Legionella.,
  • Listeria.,
  • Mycobacterium.,
  • Bacteria -- metabolism.,
  • Bacteria -- pathogenicity.,
  • Eukaryotic Cells -- parasitology.,
  • Eukaryotic Cells -- metabolism.,
  • Signal Transduction.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [169]-198) and index.

    StatementYura F. Belyi.
    SeriesMedical intelligence unit, Medical intelligence unit (Unnumbered)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR175 .B45 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination200 p. :
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL981056M
    ISBN 103540614214, 1570593744, 0412114410
    LC Control Number96018622

    Facultative Intracellular Bacteria and their survival mechanism: Facultative intracellular bacteria invade host cells when it gives them selective advantage. Bacteria that can enter and survive within eukaryotic cells are shielded from humoral antibodies and can be eliminated only by a cellular immune response. Describe the general life cycles and modes of reproduction in unicellular eukaryotic parasites. Ringworm presents as a raised, red ring on the skin. (credit: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) Upon arriving home from school, 7-year-old Anthony complains that a large spot on his arm will not stop itching.

    A parasite is a plant or animal that cannot live without its host. It needs another living thing to live and grow. The parasite can live on or inside its host and gets all of its food from the host. Parasites usually aren’t very good for their host and can make you very sick. Click on the links to find out about these selfish microbes! Injection into the Host Cell Intracellular parasitism represents an extreme of ecological specialization. Nothing less than an intact living host cell will suffice to satisfy the environ- mental requirements and the nutritional needs of an intracellular parasite. There is a great range of these intra- cellular organisms, from a relatively large larval Trichinella, a worm, in a Cited by:

    The book describes the different and exciting pathways which have been developed by pathogenic microbes to manage living inside host cells. It covers intracellular life styles of all relevant pathogenic but also symbiotic microorganisms with respect to the cell biology of the host-microbe interactions and the microbial adaptations for intracellular survival. It features . Microbial symbiosis Symbiosis is generally defined as a condition where two dissimilar organisms live together in an intimate associate that sees both organisms benefit. Microbial symbiosis tends to be bit broader in definition, being defined as the co-existence of two microorganisms. Source for information on Microbial Symbiosis: World of Microbiology and Immunology dictionary.


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