Antimicrobial Resistance

Researchers are actively exploring alternative antimicrobial therapies, which encompass various approaches such as phage therapy (utilizing bacteriophages to target bacterial infections), antimicrobial peptides, and combination therapies. Non-antibiotic strategies, such as enhancing host immune responses and employing probiotics or competitive exclusion therapies, are also under investigation to combat infections.

The session serves as a platform for exchanging ideas and sharing ongoing innovations and research efforts in this field. Studies are dedicated to understanding the impact of environmental factors, such as antimicrobial residues in water systems, on the spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and devising potential mitigation strategies. Additionally, researchers are delving into combination antimicrobial therapies to overcome resistance mechanisms and enhance treatment outcomes.

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