Clinical Infectious Diseases: Open Access

ISSN: 2684-4559

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A Brief review on Bacterial Pathogenicity


Balakumaran Manickam Dakshinamoorthi*

A microorganism that is fit for causing sickness is alluded to as a
microbe, while the living being tainted is known as a host. The capacity
to cause sickness is alluded to as pathogenicity, with microorganisms
differing in their capacity. An artful microorganism is an organism that
ordinarily contaminates a host that is undermined here and there, either
by a debilitated resistant framework or penetrate to the body's regular
protections, for example, an injury. The estimation of pathogenicity is called
harmfulness, with profoundly destructive microorganisms being bound to
cause sickness in a host.


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