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The Journal of Microbial Pathogenesis is an open access peer-reviewed Journal aimed at exploring cutting-edge research in cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying infection such as: virulence, microbial adherence, antimicrobial resistance, host resistance, host defense mechanisms, and host-pathogen interactions.

The Journal of Microbial Pathogenesis places special focus on manuscripts discussing: disease progression and transmission; molecular/genetic factors underlying pathogenesis; host-mediated pathogenesis; immune responses to infection; immune deficiencies; cell signaling in pathogen mediated immune response; pathogen-associated microbial patterns (PAMPs); multi drug resistance etc. Studies enhancing our understanding of microbial pathogenesis such as: whole genome sequencing of pathogens; pathogen proteome analyses; pathogen gene-regulatory networks; and large-scale clinical and epidemiological studies, are highly valued.

The Journal specially welcomes studies pertaining to diagnosis and treatment of infections such as: vaccine development; drug discovery; molecular target identification for vaccine/drug development; clinical microbiology; and immunotherapy. It thus, targets microbiologists, virologists, systems biologists, immunologists, clinicians, pathologists, and medical professionals, as its end users.

The Journal of Microbial Pathogenesis is helmed by a competent Editorial Board comprised of globally acclaimed scientists. The Journal publishes high quality research articles, Commentaries, Perspectives, Case Reports, and Reviews of pivotal significance. The Journal of Microbial Pathogenesis takes immense pride in providing the authors with an efficient and unbiased publishing experience. It offers an encouraging platform for the aspiring authors for making their valuable contributions to the field.

Bubonic Plague (Yersinia pestis)

Bubonic plague is a type of bacterial infection caused by the bacteria Yersinia pestis. a zoonotic bacteria, usually found in small mammals and their fleas. It is transmitted between animals from their fleas. Humans can be contaminated by the bite of infected fleas, through direct contact with infected materials or by inhalation. People infected with plague usually develop "flu-like" symptoms after an incubation period of 3-7 days. Typical symptoms are the sudden onset of fever, chills, head and body-aches and weakness, vomiting and nausea.

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Routes of Transmission

Pathway of disease causing agent from source to the site of infection in susceptible host. The type of transmission route different for different pathogen and host. Some micro organisms are restricted to a limited number of transition routes, whereas others can follow many different pathways to infect their hosts. Some types of routes of transmission types are direct transmission, like vertical transmission, indirect transmission like vehicle borne transmission, vector born transmission, Air borne transmission.

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Pathogenesis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Pulmonary Tuberculosis is a contagious, infectious disease that attacks your lungs. Tuberculosis (TB) develops when Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria are inhaled into the lungs. The infection usually stays in the lungs. But the bacteria can travel through the bloodstream to other parts of the body (extrapulmonary TB). This stage is called latent TB. Latent TB means you have the germ but you aren’t showing the symptoms and aren’t contagious. You can treat pulmonary TB with antibiotics, but you must finish all your medications to prevent it from returning.

The parthenogenesis of pulmonary tuberculosis and the beneficial and detrimental effects of the host's cell-mediated immune response in this disease are reviewed.

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Whooping Cough (Bordatella pertussis)

Whooping cough is a bacterial infection that gets into nose and throat. It spreads very easily, which is called as pertussis. The symptoms of this commonly like cold includes mild coughing, sneezing, runny nose, low fever, and some times diarrhea. Whooping cough mainly cause by Bordetella pertussis in children. It mainly affects babies younger than 6 months old who aren't yet protected by immunizations, and kids 11 to 18 years old whose immunity has started to fade.

Bordetella pertussis is a gram negative, aerobic bacteria, of genus Bordetella. The bacterium is spread by airborne droplets, its incubation period is 9–10 days on average and humans are the only known reservoirs. antibiotics can be used in initial stage, includes erythromycin, clarithromycin.

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Otitis Externa

Otitis externa, also known as swimmer's ear, is an inflammation of the ear canal. It often presents with ear pain, swelling of the ear canal, and occasionally decreased hearing. Typically there is pain with movement of the outer ear. A high fever is typically not present except in severe cases. Otitis externa affects 1-3% of people a year with more than 95% of cases being acute. About 10% of people are affected at some point in their life. It occurs most commonly among children between the ages of seven and twelve and among the elderly. It occurs with near equal frequency in males and females. Those who live in warm and wet climates are more often affected

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Cytokines

Cytokines is a protein secreted by the broad range of cells like immune cells, endothelial cells, fibroblasts and various stromal cells. There is significant evidence showing that certain cytokines are involved in not only the initiation but also the persistence of pathologic pain by directly activating nociceptive sensory neurons. Certain inflammatory cytokines are also involved in nerve-injury/inflammation-induced central sensitization, and are related to the development of contralateral hyperalgesia/allodynia.

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German Measles (Rubella)

Rubella (German measles) is an infection caused by the rubella virus. Rubella is a viral respiratory disease that's relatively mild and somewhat contagious Rubella isn't dangerous to young children, but it can be devastating to unborn babies during the first trimester. In fact, the vaccine was developed primarily to protect women of childbearing age before they become pregnant.

It Spreads, When an infected person talks, coughs or sneezes small droplets containing infectious agents into the air. The droplets in the air may be breathed in by those nearby. By indirect contact with hands, tissues or other articles soiled by nose and throat discharges.

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Tinea Infection

Tinea is the name of a group of diseases caused by a fungus. These are not serious disease but it can be very uncomfortable. It is a contagious skin infection which is caused by different types of Fungi. These infection can be effect anywhere on Skin and depending on the location of infection have different names like dermatophytes ( ringworm on scalp), Tinea corporis (ringworm of the body), Tinea pedis (Ringworm on foot), Tinea cruris (Rash on the warm areas of groin) and Tinea versicolor (infection by slow growing fungus on skin).

Good hygiene is important for preventing many tinea infections and Antifungal medications should be taken if the symptoms above are seen.

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Candidiases

Candidiasis is a fungal infection due to any type of Candida (a type of yeast). When it affects the mouth, it is commonly called thrush. Signs and symptoms include white patches on the tongue or other areas of the mouth and throat. Other symptoms may include soreness and problems swallowing. When it affects the vagina, it is commonly called a yeast infection. More than 20 types of Candida can cause infection with Candida albicans being the most common.

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Onychomycosis

Onychomycosis, also known as tinea unguium, is a fungal infection of the nail. This condition may affect toenails or fingernails, but toenail infections are particularly common. It occurs in about 10 percent of the adult population. It is the most common disease of the nails and constitutes about half of all nail abnormalities. The causative pathogens of onychomycosis are all in the fungus kingdom and include dermatophytes, Candida (yeasts), and nondermatophytic molds.

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Impetigo

Impetigo is a bacterial infection that involves the superficial skin. The most common presentation is yellowish crusts on the face, arms, or legs. Less commonly there may be large blisters which affect the groin or armpits. The lesions may be painful or itchy. Fever is uncommon. Risk factors include attending daycare, crowding, poor nutrition, diabetes, contact sports, and breaks in the skin such as from mosquito bites, eczema, scabies or herpes.With contact it can spread around or between people. Impetigo is treated with antibiotics.

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Conjuctivitis

Conjunctivitis, also known as pink eye, is inflammation of the outermost layer of the white part of the eye and the inner surface of the eyelid. It makes the eye appear pink or reddish. There may also be pain, burning, scratchiness, or itchiness. The affected eye may have increased tears or be "stuck shut" in the morning. Swelling of the white part of the eye may also occur. Itching of the eye is more common in cases due to allergies. Conjunctivitis can affect one or both eyes.

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Microbe Passports

Microbes are playing important role in our lives. They are everywhere, and we can not see them with our naked eyes. Using microscopes only we could see them. Some are use full and some are make us sick. Microbes are very diversified and existing in variety of shapes, size, wide range of habitats.

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Myringotomy

Myringotomy is a surgical procedure in which a tiny incision is created in the eardrum (tympanic membrane) to relieve pressure caused by excessive buildup of fluid, or to drain pus from the middle ear. Those requiring myringotomy usually have an obstructed or dysfunctional eustachian tube that is unable to perform drainage or ventilation in its usual fashion. Before the invention of antibiotics, myringotomy without tube placement was also used as a major treatment of severe acute otitis media (middle ear infection).

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MHC

Major histocompatibility complex (MHC), group of genes that code for proteins found on the surfaces of cells that help the immune system recognize foreign substances. MHC proteins are found in all higher vertebrates. MHC molecules are important components of the immune system because they allow T lymphocytes to detect cells, such as macrophages, that have ingested infectious microorganisms.

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Dysfunction of the Immune System

The immune system is that part of our body which defense against infections and other harmful invaders and recognize all the cells and tissues in the body, know which ones are friendly, and which ones are foreign invaders and worthy of a vigorous attack. They contain white blood cells that trap viruses, bacteria, and other invaders, including cancer cells.

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Molecular Pathological Epidemiology

Pathology is a branch of medical science that deals with the study and diagnosis of disease. It examines the causes, mechanism and extent of the disease. Molecular pathological epidemiology utilizes molecular pathology to incorporate interpersonal heterogeneity of a disease process into epidemiology. The development and progression of a disease are determined by a unique combination of exogenous and endogenous factors, resulting in different molecular and pathological subtypes of the disease. Epidemiology is a branch of science that deals with the study of causes, distribution and effects of the disease conditions in the human population. It is used for the control of diseases and other health problems.

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German Measles (Rubella)

Rubella (German measles) is an infection caused by the rubella virus. Rubella is a viral respiratory disease that's relatively mild and somewhat contagious Rubella isn't dangerous to young children, but it can be devastating to unborn babies during the first trimester. In fact, the vaccine was developed primarily to protect women of childbearing age before they become pregnant.

It Spreads, When an infected person talks, coughs or sneezes small droplets containing infectious agents into the air. The droplets in the air may be breathed in by those nearby. By indirect contact with hands, tissues or other articles soiled by nose and throat discharges.

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Pathogenesis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Pulmonary Tuberculosis is a contagious, infectious disease that attacks your lungs. Tuberculosis (TB) develops when Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria are inhaled into the lungs. The infection usually stays in the lungs. But the bacteria can travel through the bloodstream to other parts of the body (extrapulmonary TB). This stage is called latent TB. Latent TB means you have the germ but you aren’t showing the symptoms and aren’t contagious. You can treat pulmonary TB with antibiotics, but you must finish all your medications to prevent it from returning. The pathogenesis of pulmonary tuberculosis and the beneficial and detrimental effects of the host's cell-mediated immune response in this disease are reviewed.

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