Mycobacterium bovis Infection is studied in both animals and humans. The main aim of the studies conducted on mycobacterium bovis infections provides medical professionals, research workers, allied health scientists and research scholars about the information related to the significance of M.bovis in controlling and eradicating tuberculosis. The journal deals with topics such as the public health significance of M. bovis, epidemiology of M. bovis, pathogenesis of M. bovis, DNA vaccines and PCR detection of M. bovis with formalin-fixed tissues. Mycobacterium Bovis is a causative agent of tuberculosis in human beings. The risk of human disease after infection, virulence of M. tuberculosis and M. bovis in humans the immunological consequences of infection that does not proceed to disease, the occurrence of person-person transmission of M. bovis and the health risk of diseased human beings to cattle. We also focused on making open access easy: easy to publish, easy to search and easy to understand.
Last date updated on June, 2014