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disease-causing agent; disease-producing agent; disease agent; pathogenic agent; infectious agent; agent; disease-producing germ; pathogenic germ; infectious germ; germ; disease-producing organism; pathogenic organism (health-damaging microorganism) [listen] [listen] Krankheitserreger {m}; Erreger {m}; Krankheitskeim {m}; krankheitsrerregender Keim {m}; pathogener Keim {m}; Keim {m} (gesundheitsschädlicher Mikroorganismus) [med.]

disease-causing agents; disease-producing agents; disease agents; pathogenic agents; infectious agents; agents; disease-producing germs; pathogenic germs; infectious germs; germs; disease-producing organisms; pathogenic organisms [listen] Krankheitserreger {pl}; Erreger {pl}; Krankheitskeime {pl}; krankheisrerregende Keime {pl}; pathogene Keime {pl}; Keime {pl}

aerogenic germ aerogener Keim

infective agent; infectious agent Ansteckungskeim {m}; Infektionskeim {m}

causative agent; causative germ auslösender Erreger; auslösender Keim

airborne germ durch Luft übertragener Keim

geophile pathogen geophiler Erreger

skin germ Hautkeim {m}

high-consequence pathogenic agent; high-consequence pathogen hochpathogener Erreger; hochpathogener Keim

hospital germ Krankenhauskeim {m}

persister persistierender Keim

resident flora of the skin ständige Hautkeime

environmental germ Umweltkeim {m}

antigen drift; antigenic drift (in a pathogenic agent) Antigenverschiebung {f}; kleinere genetische Veränderungen {pl} (bei einem Krankheitserreger) [med.]

extensity of invasion; extensiveness of invasion (of a pathogenic agent) Befallsausdehnung {f}; Befallsextensität {f} [geh.] (eines Krankheitserregers) [med.]

invasiveness (of a pathogenic agent) Befallsfähigkeit {f} (eines Krankheitserregers) [med.]

persistence of pathogenic germs; persistence of pathogens Erregerpersistenz {f} [biol.] [med.]

immune evasion; immune escape (of a pathogenic agent) Immunvermeidung {f}; Immunevasion {f} (eines Krankheitserregers) [med.]

colonisation by pathogenic organisms pathogene Keimbesiedlung {f} [med.]

pathogenic krankheitserregend {adj}

cycle of infection; infective cycle (of a pathogenic organism) Ansteckungszyklus {m}; Infektionszyklus {m} (eines Krankheitserregers) [med.]

cycles of infection; infective cycles Ansteckungszyklen {pl}; Infektionszyklen {pl}

domestic cycle of infection Ansteckungszyklus im menschlichen Umfeld; domestischer Zyklus

human cycle Ansteckungszyklus im menschlichen Organismus; humaner Zyklus

urban cycle of infection Ansteckungszyklus im städtischen Milieu; urbaner Zyklus

sylvatic cycle of infection Infektionszyklus unter wildlebenden Tieren; sylvatischer Zyklus

seeding; dissemination (of a pathogenic agent in the body or in a population) [listen] Aussaat {f}; Streuung {f}; Dissemination {f} [geh.] (eines Krankheitserregers im Körper oder in einer Population) [med.]

bacterial seeding; bacterial dissemination Bakterienaussaat {f}; Bakterienstreuung {f}

invasion (of a pathogenic agent) [listen] Eindringen {n}; Invasion {f} (eines Krankheitserregers) [med.]

geoinvasion Eindringen aus der Umwelt; Geoinvasion {f}

bioinvasion Eindringen über einen Zwischenwirt; Bioinvasion {f}

disease producer; pathogen (pathogenic agent; natural poison, radiation) Krankheitsverursacher {m}; Krankheitsauslöser {m}; krankmachender Umweltfaktor {m}; Pathogen {n} [geh.] (Krankheitserreger, natürliches Gift, Strahlung) [envir.] [med.]

disease producers; pathogens Krankheitsverursacher {pl}; Krankheitsauslöser {pl}; krankmachende Umweltfaktoren {pl}; Pathogene {pl}

caries pathogen Kariesauslöser {m}

latency (dormancy) [listen] Latenz {f} [med.]

latency of a pathogenic agent; latency of pathogens Erregerlatenz {f}

fungi (biological kingdom) Pilze {pl} (Fungi) (biologisches Reich) [myc.]

beneficial fungi Nutzpilze {pl}

harmful fungi; pathogenic fungi Schadpilze {pl}

imperfect fungi; fungi imperfecti; deuteromycota imperfekte Pilze; Fungi imperfecti; Deuteromyzeten

microbial strain; strain [listen] Stamm {m} von Mikroorganismen; mikrobieller Stamm {m} [biol.]

microbial strains; strains [listen] Stämme {pl} von Mikroorganismen; mikrobielle Stämme {pl}

outbreak strain; epidemic strain Ausbruchsstamm {m}; Epidemiestamm {m}

strain of bacteria; bacterial strain Bakterienstamm {m}

pathogenic strain Erregerstamm {m}

highly pathogenic / low pathogenic strain hochpathogener / niedrigpathogener Stamm

vaccine strain Impfstamm {m}

fungal strain Pilzstamm {m}

resistant strain resistenter Stamm

virus [listen] Virus {n}; Virus {m} [ugs.] [med.]

viruses Viren {pl}

attenuated virus abgeschwächtes Virus

adeno-associated virus adeno-assoziiertes Virus

amphotropic virus amphotropes Virus

avian virus aviäres Virus; Virus, das bei Vögeln auftritt

bacterial virus bakterienpathogenes Virus

croup-associated virus Croup-assoziiertes Virus

dermotropic virus dermatotropes Virus; dermotropes Virus

DNA viruses DNS-Viren

Epstein-Barr virus; EB virus /EBV/ Epstein-Barr-Virus

human pathogenic viruses humanpathogene Viren

human cytomegaly virus /HCMV/ humanes Cytomegalie-Virus

human papillomaviruses /HPV/ humane Papillomviren/Papillomaviren /HPV/

vaccination virus Impfvirus {n}

karyotropic virus karyotropes Virus

cancer-producing virus; oncogenic virus krebsauslösendes Virus; onkogenes Virus

slow virus langsames Virus

mesogenic virus mesogenes Virus

neurotropic virus neurotropes Virus

filter-passing virus; non-filterable virus; non-filtrable virus nicht filtrierbares Virus

respiratory syncitial virus respiratorisches Synzytial-Virus; RS-Virus

retrovirus Retrovirus {n}

syncytial virus synzytiales Virus

animal virus tierisches Virus

varicella zoster virus Varizella-Zoster-Virus {n}

wild virus; live virus Wildvirus {n}

avian influenza; avian flu; bird flu Vogelgrippe {f}; Hühnergrippe {f} [ugs.]; Geflügelpest {f}; Hühnerpest {f} [ugs.] [med.] [listen]

highly pathogenic avian influenza hochpathogene aviäre Influenza

low pathogenic avian influenza niedrigpathogene aviäre Influenza

endemic occurrence (of a disease / a pathogenic agent) endemisches Vorkommen {n}; Endemie {f} (einer Krankheit / eines Erregers) [med.]

holoendemic occurrence; stable endemic occurrence holoendemisches Vorkommen; Holoendemie {f}

hyperendemic occurrence hyperendemisches Vorkommen; Hyperendemie {f}

hypoendemic occurrence; low endemic occurrence hypoendemisches Vorkommen; Hypoendemie {f}

mesoendemic occurrence; unstable endemic occurrence mesoendemisches Vorkommen; Mesoendemie {f}