Interaction between host and pathogen involves how the pathogen survives, grows, and causes an infection inside the host. There are multiple mechanisms followed by different pathogens that lead to the development of symptoms of a disease. Clinical Microbiology is offering a platform for the researchers that study host-pathogen interaction.
It involves the study of the genetic material of microorganisms which plays a pivotal role in their growth, replication, and infection. The transfer of genetic material from one microorganism to another causes the development of highly resistant infectious agents. Microbiology Event invites you to share your knowledge about microbial genetics.
Antimicrobial peptides are short stretches of amino acids, involved in the innate immune response of all classes of life. Their antimicrobial property can be utilized in the production of advanced antibiotics. Researchers have gained their interest in these short peptides for the development of potent drugs. Microbiology Summit welcomes you to present your work on antimicrobial peptides.
Airborne ailments are invigorated by pathogenic organisms that are marginally sufficient to be exchanged from an unfortunate individual through wheezing, hacking, giggling, and convenient individual communication with the contaminated individual or aerosolization of the microorganism. An infection is the successful colonization of a host by a microorganism. Infections can lead to disease, which causes signs and symptoms resulting in a deviation from the normal structure or functioning of the host.
Environmental microbiology is the study of microbial processes in the environment, microbial communities and microbial interactions, Soil environment and Microbial Activity, Plant Pathology and Agricultural Microbiology, Water Microbiology and Marine, Microbiology, etc.