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  1. Dim

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    C. diphtheria adheres to mucosal epithelial cells where the exotoxin, released by endosomes, causes a localized inflammatory reaction followed by tissue destruction and necrosis (this is the "pseudomembrane"). Local tissue destruction enables the toxin to be carried lymphatically and hematologically to other parts of the body.
  2. Faujora

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    View BIO leilurreocoabrinach.parmobontcicarnofacogostealabe.infoinfo from BIO at Towson University. BIO Neurophysiology (outline) Reading assignment: Chapter 12, pages Spring Definitions: Protons- .
  3. Mocage

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    Poliomyelitis can cause paralysis in certain parts of the body and break down muscles, causing fatigue and weakness in, or throughout certain parts of the body. Polio mainly does, though, affect.
  4. Goltilar

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    Post-Polio Health (ISSN ) Vol. 17, No. 4, Fall Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in both men and women in the United States. One of every deaths is attributable to CVD. However, the incidence of CVD in individuals diagnosed with .
  5. Taumuro

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  6. Kazijas

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    A threadlike extension of a neuron that carries nerve impulses away from the cell body. axonal hillock. The beginning of the axon that is connected to the neuron. schwann cell. Type of glia in the PNS, Supporting cells of the peripheral nervous system responsible for the formation of myelin.
  7. Gagami

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    There are not actually stages of polio but types. The first type is non-symptomatic polio. In this type, most people infected don't even are aware that they have been infected. This about 95 % of.
  8. Vudoktilar

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  9. Mijora

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