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List Koch's postulates and describe how this list supports the Germ Therory of Disease.

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There are four postulates given by Robert Koch that allow the determination of causative microbial pathogen of a disease.

  • The microbe should be present in all cases of disease and absent in healthy organisms.
  • The microbe should be isolated and grown in pure culture o...

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