Host-Pathogen Interactions

Host-pathogen interactions are important in understanding infectious diseases and their treatment and prevention. By investigating and analyzing the various stages of infection, the mechanism by which pathogens enter the host and multiply there can be elucidated. Bioinformatics continues to play a major role in expanding knowledge in this area, especially in the post-genome era with the emergence of very large datasets. Traditional alignment techniques, structural analysis, and machine learning techniques are all essential to gain a better understanding of the interactions between host pathogens and their use in disease treatment. Future developments of new drugs, vaccines, and other therapies will rely heavily on the knowledge gained from the study of host-pathogen interactions.

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Canadian Society of Microbiologists,American Society for Microbiology, Brazilian Society of  Microbiology, German Society of Hygiene and  Microbiology, American Academy of Microbiology, Spanish Society for Microbiology ,Swedish Society for Microbiology, National Multiple Sclerosis Society

 

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