Non-pathogenic Bacteria

Non-pathogenic bacteria are microorganisms that do not cause any disease or harm to other organisms. Most of the bacterias are non-pathogenic. But some of these have the potential to cause illness. Immuno-compromised patients are more prone to infections because of weak immune systems. Escherichia coli strain is an excellent example of non-pathogenic bacteria as it is found in the gastrointestinal tract and causes immune responses in human beings.

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Can viruses and bacteria be viable after 3 years?

Query: Hello doctor, Under normal circumstances are there any common viruses or bacteria (harmful microorganisms in general) that would be viable after three years?  Read Full »


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Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. It would have been better if your query had been clear about whether you meant the normal circumstances inside the human body or in the environmental condition. Inside the human body, bacteria and viruses can survive for many years without causing any clinical disease ...  Read Full »

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