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  1. ... been studied as risk factors for lung (pulmonary) tuberculosis. This disease is a contagious bacterial infection. At ... of infection with the bacteria that cause pulmonary tuberculosis. However, several other studies have not found such ...
  2. ... bacteria, including the type of bacteria that causes tuberculosis. In addition to protecting cells from infection, autophagy ... MA, Deretic V. Mechanism of action of the tuberculosis and Crohn disease risk factor IRGM in autophagy. ...
  3. ... called mycobacteria, which includes the bacterium that causes tuberculosis. At least 35 STAT1 gene mutations have been ... and viral encephalitis, and mycobacterial infections such as tuberculosis. IMD31A IMD31B IMD31C ISGF-3 signal transducer and ...
  4. ... an increased risk of developing infections such as tuberculosis. The excess iron also leads to a faster- ...
  5. ... and a history of lung disease such as tuberculosis, emphysema, or chronic bronchitis. A history of lung ...
  6. ... life-threatening and chronic bacterial infections such as tuberculosis. Aminoglycosides kill bacteria by binding to their ribosomal ...
  7. ... infections that damage the adrenal glands, such as tuberculosis, or tumors in the adrenal glands. Addison disease ...
  8. ... normal immune system. Another type of mycobacterium causes tuberculosis, a respiratory disease that can be serious or ...