Co Evolution of Man and Microbial Pathogenic Genome

  • Ayub A
  • Sarwar Y
  • shamshari W
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Background: Co-evolution of human and microbial genome is of fundamental interest. It allows both the human and pathogens to adapt themselves in the changing environment. Even in an experimental condition to check resistance against a particular antibiotic the microbes slowly develop resistance against that antibiotic in laboratory environment. Thus it is a very critical issue that should be address in order to overcome the microbial diseases. Purpose: The present study is focus on the currently evolved pathogens and availability of vaccines; that work against the pathogens to protect human population. Conclusion: By understanding the way pathogens get evolved will be helpful in future to develop new and more affective vaccines. It may also helpful in understanding the disease pathogenesis.




Ayub, A., Sarwar, Y., & shamshari, W. A. (2015). Co Evolution of Man and Microbial Pathogenic Genome. Molecular Biology, 04(04).

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