Diagnosis and Treatment for Infectious Diseases

These are conditions usually caused by infections that can affect the genital area and urinary system: Some infections are caught from another person, usually during sex. Other cases are caused when organisms (bacteria or yeast), which are usually present in small numbers, overgrow and cause symptoms. Some genitourinary (GU) diseases are caused by bacteria that do not cause problems in their usual home in the body, but do if they get into another place.

Current techniques for rapid diagnosis of microbial infections by direct detection of the microbial agent include enzyme immunoassay (EIA) tests, immunofluorescence, latex agglutination assays, and nucleic acid hybridization procedures for the near future, the preferred methods for rapid diagnosis will be by (1) EIA tests utilizing monoclonal antibodies and improved enzyme detection systems, and (2) improved latex agglutination procedures for certain antigens.

  • Assays and symptoms
  • Rapid detection methods by PCR
  • Strain identification assays and rapid diagnostic testing for viral infections
  • Biomarkers
  • Diseases with bioterrorism potential
  • Undetectable pathogens
  • Synthetic pesticides & herbicides-natural herbicide
  • Livestock-emerging infectious diseases
  • Antibiotics & chemicals usage in agriculture associated Infectious diseases
  • Risk factors- drug resistant infectious diseases
  • Agricultural interventions & infectious diseases
  • Flu & other infectious diseases in veterinary animals & humans
  • Genetic diversity in agriculture to limit infectious disease
  • Dogs & other animals in detection of agricultural diseases
  • Foodborne illness & common agricultural practice
  • Plant biosecurity
  • Molecular mechanism of plant pathogens
  • Cross species gene regulation
  • Agriculture-honey bees
  • Resistance of plants
  • Nanotechnology for sustainable agriculture
  • Entomopathogenic Nematodes, Fungi, Bacteria & Virus
  • Genetically modified pigs & veterinary animals
  • Influenza infections among agriculture workers

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