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Neisseria menigitidis is gram (-) not (+) all gram (-) have endotoxins.

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How do you dispose neisseria meningitidis?

you can't simply dispose neisseria meningtidis but you can take antibotics to help decrease the chance of getting it

How is neisseria meningitidis used?

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What has the author Jane Dollie Stephenson written?

Jane Dollie Stephenson has written: 'The binding of pili from neisseria gonorrhoeae and neisseria meningitidis to human erythrocytes'

Is Neisseria meningitis and neisseria meningitidis the same thing?

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What shape is Neisseria Meningitidis?

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What is the medical term meaning poison produced by an organism?

Poisons produced by pathogenic bacteria are called bacterial toxins, endotoxins, or exotoxins.

Cellular components of bacteria that make it a powerful pathogen?

These components include toxins such as endotoxins and exotoxins, fimbriae and pili, and other enzymes such as cytolysins

How is neisseria meningitidis transmitted?

Yes, Neisseria Meningitidis is contagious. It can transfer from person to person through saliva or nasal secretions but it is not nearly as contagious as the common cold.


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What has the author Stephen James Gray written?

Stephen James Gray has written: 'The genotyping of neisseria meningitidis by restriction fragment lengthpolymorphism (RFLP) analysis'