Characterisation of Pathogens Identification and Classifications

International Journal of Pharmacy and Biomedical Engineering
© 2018 by SSRG - IJPBE Journal
Volume 5 Issue 1
Year of Publication : 2018
Authors : M.Sourav Karar and R.Srilekh
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M.Sourav Karar and R.Srilekh, "Characterisation of Pathogens Identification and Classifications," SSRG International Journal of Pharmacy and Biomedical Engineering, vol. 5,  no. 1, pp. 1-3, 2018. Crossref,


Microbes that source destruction is called pathogens and the capability of a pathogen to found disease is called pathogenicity. Resourceful pathogens create sickness only in the nonappearance of regular host confrontation. The current advances in structure methodology and computational methods are driving experts ever more rapidly near a comprehensive understanding of human-microbial relations. The influential sequencing periods are quickly creating huge amounts of nucleotide sequence documents, which are accrued into vast catalogs. This data arrangement can be recovered, accumulated, and analyzed to document bacteriological pathogens and analyze diseases. In this paper, we explain how the metagenomics combined with microarray and original sequencing procedures are serving bacterial recognition and description.


Metagenomics, Microbes, pathogenicity, human-microbial relations


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