Bacterial and Viral Genomics

Advancement in genetics to sequence the whole microbe genome has been significant over the years. From the genome sequence of Haemophilus influenza in 1995, around 1554 pathogenic bacteria and 300,000 strains of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) type 1 genome have been sequenced. The revolution in DNA sequencing technology has to a large extent matched microbial genomics and changed the way infectious diseases are studied. Though gene annotation and error correction will be a tedious process demanding more time and energy, the result will be worth it. Studying the function of gene products and the behavior of organisms and communities from their sequences and genomic data can help us develop improved tools for managing infectious diseases.

  • Genetic and Evolutionary Computing
  • Genome Mapping and Genomics in Microbes
  • Next Generation DNA Led Technologies
  • Microbiomics
  • Microbial functional genomics
  • Microbial functional genomics
  • Pathogenesis and symbiosis
  • Viral genome sequencing: diagnostics and public health

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