Bacterial Genomes and Infectious Diseases:

The genome sequencing approach has proved to be highly effective for gaining an insight on structure of bacteria genomes and the biological evolution of bacteria. In Recent, interest in microbial pathogens and infectious diseases is largely attributed to the emergency of infectious diseases like tuberculosis, emergence of new infectious diseases like AIDS and severe acute respiratory syndrome, the problem of an increasing rate of antibiotic-resistant variants of pathogens, and the fear of bioterrorism. Microarray technology that made an use of the genomic sequencing of human and bacterial pathogens is a major tool for gaining full understanding of the complexity of host-pathogen interactions and mechanisms of pathogenesis.

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