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Host–pathogen interaction
The hostpathogen interaction is defined as how microbes or viruses sustain themselves within host organisms on a molecular, cellular, organismal or population
PHI-base
The Pathogen-Host Interaction database (PHI-base) is a biological database that contains curated information on genes experimentally proven to affect
Theoretical ecology
epidemiology where the dynamic relationships that are to be modeled are hostpathogen interactions. Bifurcation theory is used to illustrate how small changes in
Genetics of tuberculosis
by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The nature of the host-pathogen interaction between humans and M. tuberculosis is considered to have a genetic
Plant disease resistance
disease damage despite substantial pathogen levels. Disease outcome is determined by the three-way interaction of the pathogen, the plant and the environmental
Corn smut
now known. The fungus is mostly studied as model organism for host pathogen interaction and delivery of effectors protein Ustilago maydis is able to produce
Antigenic escape
Rivera-Hernandes, Tania; West, Nicholas; Walker, Mark (2015). "Host-Pathogen Interaction During Bacterial Vaccination". Current Opinion in Immunology.
Dieter Ebert
evolutionary ecologist and geneticist, known for his research on hostpathogen interaction and coevolution, mainly using the model system Daphnia and its
Disease ecology
ecology concerned with the mechanisms, patterns, and effects of host-pathogen interactions, particularly those of infectious diseases, within the context
Spillover infection
as pathogen spillover and spillover event, occurs when a reservoir population with a high pathogen prevalence comes into contact with a novel host population