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The administration of medications having selective toxicity towards microorganisms implicated in infections, rather than host cells, is known as antimicrobial chemotherapy. Antibiotics, that are antimicrobial agents, are among the most widely used antimicrobials. Antimicrobial chemotherapy is used to treat infectious diseases by attacking the bacteria that cause them with medicines that have specific toxicity against them. These medications' selective toxicity causes severe damage to pathogens while causing minimal harm to the host. The existence of exploitable metabolic differences between infections and host cells is required for such selective toxicity to be feasible. Chemotherapeutic drugs can target pathogen activities that are exclusive to pathogens and not found in the host, or pathogen functions that are shared by the host but differ in relevance between pathogen and host, or pathogen functions that are comparable but not identical to those in the host.
Title : Managing bacterial eradication in disease and survival for life support systems on earth and space
AC Matin, Stanford University, United States
Title : Buffers and homeostasis: A key to maintaining health
Jawad Alzeer, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Title : An update of Lyme disease with particular reference to low endemic areas in Canada
Muhammad Morshed, University of British Columbia, Canada
Title : Antimicrobial activity of Zinc oxide nano particles against multi drug resistant Escherichia coli clinical isolates
Noha Tharwat Abou El Khier, Mansoura University, Egypt
Title : Microbial adhesion capacity on orthopedic implants
Bohinc Klemen, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Title : Evaluation of the anti-diabetic potential of probiotic lactobacillus fermentum (pri 29) isolated from cameroonian fermented cow milk in alloxan induced diabetes type-1 mice model
Tanyi Pride Bobga, University of Buea, Cameroon