pathopoiesis

path·o·poi·e·sis

(path'ō-poy-ē'sis),
Rarely used term for the mode of production of disease.
[patho- + G. poiēsis, making]
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HLA-DRB1 was reported to have participated in the pathopoiesis of rheumatoid arthritis [32, 33].
albicans; it was the necessary condition for virulence factors to develop their pathopoiesis. Adhesion represented the ability of attachment to the surface of host or materials for bacteria; it had close relationships with virulence of pathogenic bacteria [18].