Inflammatory Infectious Diseases
An inflammatory disease understands the host body’s mechanism and demonstrates the final outcome of infection can be determined by the host genetic makeup of the infecting agent. The advancement in in molecular biology and medical devices modernized ability to detect very low numbers of infectious agents in specimens collected directly from the affected site. Most of the diseases caused by infectious agents can be discussed their progression with a wide spectrum of clinical manifestations and their outcomes in Infection congress 2019.
- Track 1-1 Autoimmune disorders and inflammation
- Track 2-2 Antimicrobial factors
- Track 3-3 Inflammatory response
- Track 4-4 Meningitis
- Track 5-5 Host response vs Microbial pathogens
- Track 6-6 Pathogenesis