Virulence & Pathogenicity

The primary objective of the session is to keep participants informed about significant innovations and research developments that are shaping progress in the field. Currently, researchers are delving into the discovery of new virulence factors and mechanisms used by various pathogens to evade the host's immune response and cause disease.

Omics technologies, such as genomics, proteomics, and metabolomics, are driving advancements that allow researchers to study the intricate interactions between pathogens and their hosts at a molecular level. Techniques like Machine Learning and Computational Approaches are aiding in predicting virulence factors, identifying potential drug targets, and understanding disease progression. These continuous efforts are deepening our understanding of contagious diseases and opening doors to more effective strategies for combating them.

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