By Pina Fratamico, Yanhong Liu, Sophia Kathariou
Detailed interpretation of the environmental results of the most recent findings from genome sequencing studies—presenting either clinical and public health and wellbeing opportunities.
- Explains how knowing pathogen genomics may also help make sure the protection of world foodstuff and water supplies.
- Focuses on particular foodstuff- and waterborne pathogens that signify significant public healthiness threats.
- Examines how worldwide tendencies, equivalent to weather switch, expanding human populations, and emerging degrees of toxins, are stressing the ecosystems that foodstuff- and waterborne pathogens stumble upon, forcing them to adapt.
- Serves as an exceptional textual content for microbiology and genomics researchers, public health and wellbeing officers, regulators, nutrition scientists, and different acceptable professionals.
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