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Host Microbe Biology and Interactions

Host Microbe Biology and Interactions

Microbes, both pathogenic and helpful, have a significant influence on the physiology of the host. Multiple pathogens frequently attack the same host organism at the same time. Pathogens use a variety of strategies to get through the host's defences. In both health and diseases, interactions between symbiotic or pathogenic bacteria and the hosts they invade are crucial. Microbiologists, immunologists, cell biologists, geneticists, and ecologists have all worked together to advance this fast evolving subject. Host–microbe interactions are as varied as the organisms involved: they can be unintentional or compulsory, result in short or long-term intimate relationships, and elicit modest or powerful molecular and cellular responses. The outcome for the host, however, is straightforward: health or sickness.

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