Bacterial Pathologies

Bacterial pathologies are those caused by bacteria, single-celled microscopic organisms made up of prokaryotic cells. These are the most frequent infectious diseases that include minor Skin infections up to the bubonic plague, and tuberculosis.

Bacteria cause disease by secretion or excretion of toxins, through the internal production of toxins or through the induction of sensitivity to their antigenic properties. 

Brucella
shiguella

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