Latest trends in Medical Microbiology

Cosmetics microbiologists faces new challenges, such as the need to develop formulations that are less aggressive to consumers but also well-protected against microbial contamination. Besides bacteria and yeasts, more recently innovative processes and products have also been introduced in microalgal biotechnology to produce vitamins, proteins, fatty acids and many other useful compounds. For some specific applications, microalgae can be considered even a better system than bacteria and fungi for the production of interesting compounds for cosmetics. Researchers have utilized innovative approaches by employing the unique properties of nanomaterials in order to achieve detection of infectious agents. Molecular Diagnostic methods use enhanced molecular sequencing tools along with cutting-edge information technologies and bioinformatics experts to enable faster and more effective infectious disease prevention and control. 

Molecular microbiology is gaining new impetus from the relative ease and rapidity with which such small genomes can be entirely sequenced. This development is beginning to have significant impact on all areas of prokaryote biology, from pathogens to extremophiles, and will fuel new developments, for example, in drugs, vaccines and industrial enzyme research. Trends in Microbiology provides a multidisciplinary forum for the discussion of all aspects of microbiology: from cell biology and immunology to genetics and evolution, and ranges across virology, bacteriology, protozoology and mycology.

  • Microbial Cosmetics
  • Microbial dectection in Cosmetics
  • Microbial products
  • Nanotechnology methods for microbial detection
  • Bioanalytical sensors and Biodetection
  • Engineering of microbes to improve the quality of life
  • Improving public health practise
  • Diagnostics and Laboratory systems development

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