New knowledge on pathogenesis of bacterial enteric infections as applied to vaccine development.

@article{Levine1983NewKO,
  title={New knowledge on pathogenesis of bacterial enteric infections as applied to vaccine development.},
  author={Myron M. Levine and J. Kaper and Richard E. Black and Mary Lou Clements},
  journal={Microbiological reviews},
  year={1983},
  volume={47 4},
  pages={510-50}
}
This review attempts to synthesize the new knowledge of pathogenesis of bacterial enteric infections and relate this information to vaccine development. Discussion focuses on human infections and to those in which significant strides have been made. As a general theme in the pathogenesis of bacterial enteric infections, pathogens can be characterized into 5 groups on the basis of their degree of ultimate invasiveness after ingestion by a susceptible hose: mucosal adherence and enterotoxin… CONTINUE READING
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