In silico discovering relationship between bacteriophages and antimicrobial resistance

  05 January 2023

Bacteriophages and their potential contribution to antimicrobial resistance (AMR) have attracted growing attention in the context of medicine and pharmaceutics. A major objective of the CAMDA challenge is to acquire more knowledge about the relationship between viruses, their hosts and AMR genes in determining if AMR indeed can spread through phages. This study is focused on exploring the relationship and possible dependencies between bacteriophages and AMR based on the data collected from urban environments all over the world.

Author(s): Maya Zhelyazkova et al
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