Pathogens, Biology

Give a brief overview of "HIV & Streptococcus Pyogenes" including signs and symptoms. Who is typically affected by this infection?(Children? Immunocompromised patients?)? What is the pathogens’ portal of entry and exit?

How would the innate immune system react to this pathogen (HIV & Streptococcus Pyogenes)? Which components would react?

Would this pathogen (HIV & Streptococcus Pyogenes) primarily stimulate cell-mediated immunity or antibody-mediated immunity (T cells or B cells?) Why?

HIV & Streptococcus Pyogenes have the ability to evade the host immune system, at least temporarily. What are the pathogens’ strategies to avoid the host’s immune system. Why is this particular strategy helpful to the pathogen? How would this impact the pathogens’ ability to cause infection? How would the immune system compensate?

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