Biochemistry, Cell, Molecular and Micro biology

Biochemistry is the field that explains the processes of life and how chemical interactions support life. Information and techniques from cell biology are useful to genetically modify crops to produce novel traits, to clone animals and plants, to produce pure medicines and in time organs for people who need transplants. Hormones are chemical signals that tell a cell to respond to a change in conditions. The process by which a cell recognizes changes in its environment and transforms that signal into modifications in cellular activity and gene expression is signal transduction. Medical microbiology provides a deep knowledge and understanding of the nature of pathogens, it has also been applied in several immunological innovations in the field of medical science. Epidemiological studies help show the road to healthier life, point out harmful ways of living and help to abolish the clinical picture. Food Microbiology emphasizes on the current research on microbes that have both beneficial and harmful effects on the safety and quality of foods, and are thus a concern of public health.
  • Cell biology and genetics
  • Biochemistry and genomics
  • Chemical signals and biochemical pathways
  • Biochemical and toxicological studies
  • Microbial physiology, metabolism, genetics and evolution
  • Medical Microbiology, Bacterial Pathogenesis, epidemiology and pathology
  • Microbiology of food, food born diseases and measure

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