N fowleri belongs to the genus naegleria family vahlkampfiidae in the class heterolobosea it is a free living protist that feeds mostly on bacteria n fowleri has a simple life cycle that includes asexual reproduction by binary fission however its ability to respond to changing environments and remain viable is both complex and intriguing . To n fowleri remains more than 90 the amoebae pass through the nose to enter the central nervous system killing the host within days making it one of the deadliest opportunistic parasites accordingly we present an up to date review of the biology and pathogenesis of n fowleri and discuss needs for future research against this fatal . Naegleria fowleri commonly referred to as the brain eating amoeba or brain eating ameba is a free living microscopic ameba single celled living organismit can cause a rare and devastating infection of the brain called primary amebic meningoencephalitis pam the ameba is commonly found in warm freshwater eg lakes rivers and hot springs and soil. Naegleria fowleri is a protist pathogen that can cause lethal brain infection despite decades of research the mortality rate related with primary amoebic meningoencephalitis owing to n fowleri remains more than 90 the amoebae pass through the nose to enter the central nervous system killing the host within days making it one of the deadliest opportunistic parasites
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