Investigating the role of the human phageome in relation to AMR
This case study is written by Julie Callanan, who is a final year PhD student at the APC Microbiome Ireland SFI Research Centre, University College Cork, Ireland, and a member of the Microbiology Society. It focuses on antimicrobial resistance; a naturally occurring process, whereby micro-organisms (bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites) can change and adapt over time, either by modifying the target of the antimicrobial, or by developing and exchanging resistance genes.
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