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  • Viruses : A Bacterial Infection Caused By Bartonell Henselae Bacteria

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    Catch scratch fever disease is a bacterial infection caused by Bartonell henselae bacteria. This disease gets in name because people contract it from cats. It is one of the most common bacteria in the world. Most infections usually occur after scratches from domestic or feral cats, especially kittens. CDS occurs whenever cats and fleas are around. Common symptoms include fever; enlarged lymph nodes, scab or pustule at the scratch site. In the United States, most cases occur in the fall and winter

  • Biological Determinants Of Hiv / Aids

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    During 1980, physicians encountered a new kind of illness. This “illness” was later known to be HIV/AIDS. The unmanageable infection spread quickly and those who were infected died even with optimal therapy. Mass panic came to realize the-the disease was linked to sex, blood, and drugs. This disease was not only “strange” because of its singular clinical and epidemiologic characteristics, but also foreign that was brought by strangers. It seemed to have come from an underdeveloped part in the world

  • All About HIV and AIDS Essay

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    AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome); HIV is the etiological agent of AIDS leaving the body vulnerable to a variety of life threatening diseases (8). Transmission: AIDS is transmitted from the HIV virus through blood, semen, vaginal secretions, and breast milk to others from infected host (1). The virus can be spread through sexual contact by oral, vaginal, or anal sex; receiving a blood transfusion, injection involving needles, artificial insemination and organ transplants from an

  • Microbiology 150 Lab 3-Selective vs. Differential Media

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    Online BIO 150 Introductory Microbiology #3 Lab Report NAME __ Lab Group 2_____ Answer the following questions as you work your way through the lab material typing in your answers. Then submit your finished lab report as a Microsoft Word document. This lab report is worth 100 points towards your final lab grade. Each Q is worth 2 points unless otherwise noted. Also, per the Honor Code, this work must be your own. This is due Mon. 10/8 at 11:59 PM. The theme of this lab is the identification

  • A Research Paper About Human Immunodeficiency Virus

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    A Research about Human Immunodefiency Virus I. HIV or Human Immunodeficiency Virus is a lentivirus responsible for gradually destroying the human immune system, and subjecting it to various invincible opportunistic infections. It is the most complex virus ever encountered by mankind. Many of its mysteries have been unleashed through persistent research and studies. While many, are yet to be revealed. II. There are a lot of things to know about this virus. A. History of HIV