In the case of pathogen infections, chronic inflammation indicates Group of answer choices that the host does not have functional defense mechanisms. that the host is fighting a lengthy battle against the pathogen. that the pathogen infection has been effectively overcome by the host. that the pathogen has become an established part of the host's resident microbiota.

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In the case of pathogen infections, chronic inflammation indicates
Group of answer choices
that the host does not have functional defense mechanisms.
that the host is fighting a lengthy battle against the pathogen.
that the pathogen infection has been effectively overcome by the host.
that the pathogen has become an established part of the host's resident microbiota.

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