Host–Pathogen Interaction

Host–pathogen associations are the communications occurring between a pathogen and their host. Host–pathogen communications can be depicted on the population level, on the single-cell level, on the organismal level, and on the molecular level. Infectious protein ties to receptor on human cell. Pathogens may connect with their host without bringing on sickness for example, at the point when infections cause asymptomatic contaminations. Virulence is one of a number of possible outcomes of host‐microbe interaction. Prominently, some organisms might be both hosts and pathogens for example, bacteria that can infect animals or plants however they are tainted by viruses.

  • Site of interaction
  • Colonization and Infection
  • Microbial virulence
  • Microbial Commensalism
  • Pathogen-Host Interaction database

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