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Infectious disease

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noun

A disease due to the presence of an infective particle, especially a microbial pathogenic agent that is capable of being transmitted to another host.


Supplement

Different microbial agents can bring disease to their host. They include the pathogenic viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa, prions, etc.


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