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The cell body of a neuron is called the ________.
A signal is transmitted down the ________ of a nerve cell.
The ________ is filled with cerebrospinal fluid.
The ________ ________ prevents access of microbes in the blood from gaining access to the central nervous system.
The ________ are a set of membranes that cover and protect the brain.
The form of meningitis that can cause epidemics is caused by the pathogen ________.
The symptoms of tetanus are caused by the neurotoxin ________.
________ is another name for leprosy.
Botulism prevents the release of the neurotransmitter ________.
________ is a neurological disease that can be prevented with the DTaP vaccine.
Tetanus patients exhibit ________ when muscle spasms causes them to arch their backs.
The rogue form of the prion protein is called ________.
________ are the most common reservoir for the rabies virus worldwide.
________ was the scientist who developed the inactivated polio vaccine.
________ is a prion disease of deer and elk.
The rogue form of prion protein exists primarily in the ________ conformation.
The ________ is the main virulence factor of Cryptococcus neoformans.
The drug of choice for fungal infections of the nervous system is ________.
The larval forms of a tapeworm are known as ________.
________ sign appears as swollen lymph nodes at the back of the neck in early African trypanosomiasis.
________ African trypanosomiasis causes a chronic form of sleeping sickness.
The definitive host for Toxoplasma gondii is ________.
Trypanosomes can evade the immune response through ________ variation.