Department of Biotechnology, St. Francis College for Women, India
*Corresponding Author: Ayesha Javed, Department of Biotechnology, St. Francis College for Women, India.
Received: November 28, 2022; Published: December 14, 2022
Host-microbiome relationship broadly explains the host’s interaction with its associated microorganism population. Such interactions can either be beneficial, harmful or have no effect on the host. Microorganisms can associate physically with other organisms in various ways, including mutualism, cooperation, parasitism, commensalism, predation, amensalism, and competition. Host naturally responds to such association in favor of its survival, as seen when an infective agent disrupts the host’s machinery, it tries to protect its system from the invasion by adopting defensive and offensive approaches and keeps evolving for better survival. Consequently, they are also studies presenting enhanced pathogenicity in microorganisms, owing to their simpler organization and ability to mutate much faster. In the present work, we will focus on human-microbiome relationships and their effect on the health of an individual.
Keywords: Microorganism; Flagella; Host-microbiome
Citation: Ayesha Javed. “Evolving Host-microbiome Relationships and Therapeutical Implementation Methodologies".Acta Scientific Biotechnology 4.1 (2022): 08-10.
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