Since the development of genomics, transcriptomics, and proteomics, which enabled researchers to better understand microbial biogeochemical processes and their interactions with microorganisms in both health and disease, the importance of microbiology has grown exponentially. The aim of Recent Advances in Applied Microbiology was to record and promote the most recent developments in this vast field. Exploring the current advantages and drawbacks of various molecular instruments and in vivo models, with the aim of improving future study experimental designs.


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