Food Pathogenesis

The diseases caused by foodborne pathogens can be classified into three forms: foodborne infection, foodborne intoxication, and foodborne toxic infection.The principal route of infection for foodborne pathogens is oral and also the primary website of action is that the gut. Most foodborne microorganisms cause localized infection and tissue harm however some unfold to deeper tissues to induce general infection. First of all, pathogens must gain access to the host in sufficient numbers to initiate infection. The primary vehicle of transmission is food and water. However, they will be non-inheritable from direct contact with an animal or an individual's, like a food handler, from environments (soil, air) or from an invertebrate vector.

 

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