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Bact: Host Range

Dirty Dozen

S. Pyrogenes human only can have new strain recolonization
S. Pneumonia normal resp. flora human only
N. Gonorrhea Human only with recolonization because no immunity
N. Meningitidis human only with recolonization of new strain 12 serotypes (5-10% carriage)
E. Coli normal GI flora, broad host range, aquired from food water, fecal oral
C. Perfringes widespread in the environment produces spores
S. aureus human only normal carriage and autoinoculation
C trachomatis human only no immunologic memory (humoral response)
M. Tuberculosis human only life long infection
M. Pneumonia all animals and common in humans between 5 and 25
Borellia burgdorferi no human to human transmission resevoir is mouse and deer transmitted mainly via ixodes ticks
H. pylori human only life long infection and infects half of the world
Created by: jmuame03