Host–microbe interactions

Microbes are found everywhere. On a daily basis we ingest, inhale, and transport thousands of organisms. Most have no ill effects due to protective mechanisms in our body. Humans and animals have “friendly” organisms throughout their bodies that survive as normal flora and colonize a host but do not cause disease. However, if these organisms begin to cause any obvious damage to a host by invading tissues and/or producing toxins, they then become pathogens.

  • symbiotic Interactions 
  • Pathogenic Interactions 
  • Co-pathogen intractions
  • Advances in imaging Cell microbe intractions

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