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mechanism of disease and diagnosis of Yersiona Pestis

guiding The mechanism of disease and diagnosis. This includes items such as portal of entry, virulence factors and how they work, and toxins produced and what they do, what happens to the host as a result of these virulence factors and /or toxins and how is an infection with this organism diagnosed? What are the signs and symptoms? What happens if this infection is not treated? Treatments need not be cover under this topic. paper must be 3-5 pages text Inline citation with APA format Biography at least 5 references from books, journal, magazine textbooks and reliable sources. 12 front double space and typed in words
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