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I am told to look for the biological mechanisms of a disease,what does that mean if I referred to tb for instance?
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I am told to look for the biological mechanisms of a disease,what does that mean if I referred to tb for instance?
How the organism goes from entering the body to inhabiting an area as an infection, how it interacts with the body to cause disease and illness and how the body responds to the organism and the result of this.
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How the organism goes from entering the body to inhabiting an area as an infection, how it interacts with the body to cause disease and illness and how the body responds to the organism and the result of this.
Okay thank you!could you give me an example?
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Okay thank you!could you give me an example?
In general terms, how the outer layer of the bacteria could incite an immune response - for example causing leukocytes to enter the site and attempt to deal with the infection.

You can use text books and even sites like phe gov and cdc to read up on it
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In general terms, how the outer layer of the bacteria could incite an immune response - for example causing leukocytes to enter the site and attempt to deal with the infection.

You can use text books and even sites like phe gov and cdc to read up on it
Thanks!!!
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