Advanced Research in Clinical Microbiology

Laboratory diagnosis of infectious diseases requires direct or indirect detection of viral, bacterial, fungal, or parasitic pathogens in host tissues, body fluids, or excrement. The Clinical Microbiology is responsible for preparing these samples and determining the susceptibility of bacterial and fungal pathogens to antibiotics. Traditionally, pathogen has been based primarily on either microscopic visualization of the pathogen in clinical material or microbial growth in the laboratory. Identification was based on phenotypic characteristics such as bacterial fermentation profile, cytopathic effects in tissue culture of viral pathogens, and micromorphology of fungi and parasites. These techniques are reliable, but often time consuming. Protein analysis or genotyping techniques are becoming the standard method for detecting, quantifying, and / or identifying microorganisms in clinical microbiology laboratories, and are becoming methods for phenotypic characterization and microscopic visualization. This session describes common diagnostic test concepts with an emphasis on bacterial, fungal and viral detection.

Clinical microbiology is a field of science that studies microscopic organisms such as bacteria, fungi, viruses, archaea, algae, and protozoa. It covers some basic studies of the clinical aspects of microorganisms, including biochemistry, physiology, cell biology, evolution, ecology, and the host's response to these agents. Current research is a scientific study of ongoing research in the field of clinical microbiology. This study covers the evolution of virology, mycology, parasitology, bacteriology, host immune response and microorganisms.

Related Associations and Societies

Brazilian Society of Microbiology, German Society of Hygiene and Microbiology, Italian Society for Microbiology, Spanish Society for Microbiology, Swedish Society for Microbiology, Australasian Microbiology Society.


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