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Current advances in the understanding of the pathogenicity of the agents of diarrheal infections, Vibrio cholerae , diarrheagenic E. coli, Shigella, Salmonella , and enteropathogenic Yersinia , have, to a great extent, become possible due to morphological studies of host-pathogen interactions in...
Small free-living amoebae (FLA) are the main predators controlling bacterial populations in soils. They are distributed in the rhizospheric zone and the surrounding bulk soil; however, they may spread deeper, reaching the vadose zone of groundwater systems, especially where bacterial populations...
Fungi are widely dispersed in nature and frequently appear as pathogens in the animal and plant kingdoms. The incidence of opportunistic fungal infections in humans has increased due to the human immunodeficiency virus and the application of modern medical approaches that subvert natural...
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