Microbial Pathogenesis and Antimicrobial Resistance

Microbial Pathogenesis reviews about the molecular and cellular mechanisms of infectious diseases. It covers microbiology, host-pathogen interaction and immunology related to infectious agents. Antimicrobial resistance refers to the natural ability of microbes to evolve genetically to counter medications. The misuse of antibiotics leads to the appearance and selection of resistant bacteria. Now the whole world is facing situation where infected patients cannot be treated effectively because the responsible bacterium is totally resistant to the antibiotics available.

  • Infections and resistance mechanisms of pathogens
  • Surveillance of antimicrobial use and resistance
  • Emerging issues in antibiotic resistance
  • Prevalence of Multidrug-Resistant Organisms
  • Genetic and physiological adaptation to the host
  • Evolving microbes and resistant infections
  • Immunology of Infectious Diseases
  • Host- pathogen specificity, susceptibility and resistance
  • Bacterial infectivity, pathogenicity, virulence
  • Microbial evolution and co-adaptation
  • Community-acquired infections in adults, including clinical trials

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