What is the difference between a pathogen and a contagion?
A pathogen causes a disease while a contagion spreads a disease by direct or indirect contact.
a pathogen can kill you or cause disease, a non-pathogen won't
They are both the same thing, pathogen is something that causes a disease
carrier harbour a pathogen but vector itself does not harbour the pathogen itself
antigen is knobbly bits on a pathogen that antibodies fix on to in order to kill the pathogen
A pathogen (bacterial, viral, fungal) MAY cause disease, but not necessarily. Also, many diseaases are noninfectious - meaning that no pathogen is involved.
An antigen is a body's system for creating antibodies to fight infection. A pathogen is an infectious agent (or germ).
a microorganism can or can not be harmful for the host body but a pathogen is a microorganism which is always harmful for the host body.so ALL MICROORGANISMS ARE NOT PATHOGEN BUT ALL PATHOGENS ARE MICROORGANISMS.
A true pathogen affects the host when it interacts with the host. On the other hand, the opportunistic pathogen affects the host only when it gets access to the internal system of body.
the difference between nonlethal and lethal is that they both have lethal in there but non means no so nonlethal means no lethal at all. judy wardell=]
A pathogen is a microorganism which is able to cause diesease or illness in a human being or other animal. A non-pathogenic microorganism does not cause disease or illness.
Pathogen is the agent or the culprit that causes a disease while the disease is the end result of what a pathogen did. Example: HIV virus is the pathogen while AIDS is the disease state that can result from high HIV viral load.
Opsonization involves an antibody binding to a pathogen itself while neutralizing invovles an antibody binding to a toxin, AKA something the pathogen produces.
infection is the invasion of pathogen, colonization development of pathogen itself in the system and cause disease. Intoxication is the innoculation of the pathogen produced proteins or lipids that alter the usual metabolism of a body system. Intoxication do not need the presence of pathogen itself in the system.
A pathogen is any disease causing organism. Insects generally do not cause disease although they may be vectors or carriers of disease, for example, the mosquitos who carry malaria.
Any agent that is capable of causing a disease is called as a pathogen. Vector is a DNA molecule carrying the gene of interest from one bacteria to the other to form a transformed cell.
One deals with how people are affected by a crowd, and the other deals with how people actively drive a crowd's behavior.
monocyte is a leukocyte in the body,and when a pathogen come it transform into mycrophage to have the ability to ingulf the bacteria...
A virus can be one type of pathogen. There are many other types of pathogen that are not viruses.
pathogens are bacteria cells that enter your body, and phagocytes are a defense mechanism in your body used against bacteria cells.
The relationship is parasitsm. The pathogen hurts the human, giving it the disease. So the human gets hurt while the pathogen benefits.
Let's start with pathogen. A pathogen is any organism capable of producing disease. An antigen refers to the protein on the surface of a cell (bacterium, fungus or virus) that our bodies recognize as a foreign substance and triggers the immune system into producing antibodies specific to that antigen. This means that if in the future the same antigen is again introduced, our immune system will recognize, remember and produce the right antibodies to… Read More
monocytes and lymphocytes both have no granule. monocytes involve in engulf the pathogen and digest the pathogen through phagocytosis. lymphocytes divide into lymphocytes T which involve in cell-mediated response and lymphocytes B which responsible to produced antibodies. By Kayihura Gael.
The Production Budget for Contagion was $60,000,000.
The Avian Influenza is a contagion. words like and
The duration of Contagion - film - is 1.77 hours.
Matt Damon and Gwyneth Paltrow starred in Contagion.
Contagion might be used when refering to something infectious, for example... The fear of contagion prevented him from going to public places.
A true pathogen when ever interact with a host will cause a disease, where as a oportunistic pathogen is in normal condition is a normal microbe but in conidtion of immunocompression or in any injury when this get access to internal system of body then they cause disease. A true pathogen is an infectious agent that causes disease in any susceptible host, whereas an opportunistic pathogen causes disease in immunocompromised hosts (people whose immune system… Read More
Contagion grossed $137,551,594 worldwide.
An infectious disease resulting from direct or indirect contact between individuals or animals.
A vector is an organism that carries a pathogen with it. An example would be malaria-carrying mosquitos. Pests are in themselves the problem and usually refer to insects or animals that destroy crops
"Pathogen" is something that gives rise to disease or infection. There are bacteria that do not do these things though, such as the culture in yogurt or the E.coli already residing in your stomach.
The swine flu contagion spread over the world in a matter of weeks.
Contagion grossed $75,658,097 in the domestic market.
Primary Pathogens are the microorganisms that cause diseases in healthy individual. Opportunistic Pathogens are the microorganisms that are ordinarily in contact with the host and cause disease when the host's resistance is low.
Any disease easily transmitted by contact is called contagion or contagious disease.
Contagion - film - was created on 2011-09-09.
Specific immunity follows a non-specific response. The major difference between specific and non-specific is the ability to remember pathogenic antigens. Specific immunity results in the production of memory cells which upon reinfection are used to effectivly remove the pathogen Non-specific cannot do this
A contagion is either a disease spread by contact, the spread of such a disease, or the spread of anything harmful, as if it were a disease.
Matt Damon played Mitch Emhoff in Contagion.
Technically a 'pathogen' IS measels. A pathogen is a fancy name for Bacteria. And a pathogen is a bacteria that IS a certin disease. Hencforth, the answer to your question would be measles IS its own pathogen.
Contagion - 2010 V is rated/received certificates of: Singapore:R21
The cast of Contagion - 2009 includes: Sky Lynch as Jack
Contagion - Oceano album - was created on 2010-11-09.
a pathogen is some that is called a micro orginism and in which it is a disease that no one can feel the symptom a parasite is some thing like a bug or a flea that feeds on you and the symptoms are felt often but not as much a pathogen is some that is called a micro orginism and in which it is a disease that no one can feel the symptom a parasite… Read More
swine flu is not a pathogen or causes the pathogen it is caused by a pathogen a pathogen is a micro organism that causes diseases such as bacteria or viruses etc and the pathogen of swine flu is virus H1N1 pandemic.
Just Seen It - 2011 Contagion was released on: USA: 2011
Salmonella IS the pathogen.