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Shigella. M cell. Mucous membrane. Macrophage. Intestinal Space. (a) Shigella or other bacteria cross the mucous membrane into tissues by passing through M cells. (d) Bacteria move from cell to cell propelled by actin filaments.

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Shigella

M cell

Mucous

membrane

Macrophage

Intestinal Space

(a) Shigella or other

bacteria cross the

mucous membrane

into tissues by passing

through M cells.

(d) Bacteria move

from cell to cell

propelled by actin

filaments.

(c) Pathogen (bacteria) released from

macrophages enters host cells

by endocytosis.

(b) Macrophages

engulf bacteria.

Tissue Inside Mucous Membrane

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Shigella

M cell

Mucous

membrane

Intestinal Space

(a) Shigella or other

bacteria cross the

mucous membrane

into tissues by passing

through M cells.

Tissue Inside Mucous Membrane

slide3

Shigella

M cell

Mucous

membrane

Macrophage

Intestinal Space

(a) Shigella or other

bacteria cross the

mucous membrane

into tissues by passing

through M cells.

(b) Macrophages

engulf bacteria.

Tissue Inside Mucous Membrane

slide4

Shigella

M cell

Mucous

membrane

Macrophage

Intestinal Space

(a) Shigella or other

bacteria cross the

mucous membrane

into tissues by passing

through M cells.

(c) Pathogen (bacteria) released from

macrophages enters host cells

by endocytosis.

(b) Macrophages

engulf bacteria.

Tissue Inside Mucous Membrane

slide5

Shigella

M cell

Mucous

membrane

Macrophage

Intestinal Space

(a) Shigella or other

bacteria cross the

mucous membrane

into tissues by passing

through M cells.

(d) Bacteria move

from cell to cell

propelled by actin

filaments.

(c) Pathogen (bacteria) released from

macrophages enters host cells

by endocytosis.

(b) Macrophages

engulf bacteria.

Tissue Inside Mucous Membrane