Virulence Factors and Host-Pathogen Interactions

Virulence Factors and Host-Pathogen Interactions: Explore the diverse array of virulence factors employed by pathogens to colonize host tissues, evade immune responses, and cause disease. Discuss specific examples of virulence factors, such as adhesins, toxins, and secretion systems, and how they contribute to microbial pathogenesis. Consider the host factors that influence susceptibility to infection and how understanding host-pathogen interactions can inform the development of novel therapeutic interventions and vaccines.

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