Host-Microbe Biology

In biology, a host is an organism that harbours a parasitic, a reciprocal or a commensal symbiotic, typically providing nourishment and shelter. Examples include animals playing host to parasitic worms cells harbouring a parasitic virus, a bean plant hosting mutualistic nitrogen-fixing bacteria. The breadth of host-microbe biology is represented in its full glory at Medical Microbiology 2017. There will be a cutting-edge research – topics range from studying phage  and conflict and resolution in evolution to bacterial warfare

  • Manipulations of host functions by microbes
  • Microbe-Plant interactions
  • Microbial symbioses with invertebrate hosts
  • Toxins & secreted factors
  • Virulence regulatory mechanisms
  • Virus-Host interactions
  • Phage-Host interactions
  • Polymicrobial infections

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