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Home / Journals / American Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine / Inhibition of Clinical Microorganisms: A Step Towards Human Welfare
Inhibition of Clinical Microorganisms: A Step Towards Human Welfare
Lead Guest Editor:
Ameer Khusro
Department of Plant Biology and Biotechnology, Loyola College, University of Madras, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Guest Editors
Ishtiaq Ahmed
Department of Biochemistry University of Faisalabad
Faisalabad, Punajb, Pakistan
Raja Chakraverty
Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Bengal School of Technology ( A College of Pharmacy)
Hooghly, West Bengal, India
Clinical microbiology is a branch of medical science concerned with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases. In addition, this field of science studies various clinical applications of microorganisms for the improvement of human health. Certain microorganisms can help us in the fight against other pathogenic microbes. Current researches on medical microbiology have been completely focused on the eradication of clinical pathogens for the welfare of humankind. Keeping in view of the various roles of microorganisms, the aim of this thematic special issue is to bring together the worldwide researchers in the field of clinical microbiology to investigate the importance of microbial identification with testing of pathogens in reducing the mortality due to an infectious process.

Aim and Scope: Topics of interest include but not limited to

1. Protein production from microorganisms
2. Molecular characterization of clinical isolates
3. Secondary metabolite and antibiotic production from microorganisms
4. Bacteriocin production from microbes to combat human pathogens
5. Antibiotic and antimicrobial susceptibility test of clinical microorganism
6. Multidrug resistant microorganisms
7. Probiotic potential of microorganisms
8. Microbial diversity
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