About Immunology and Microbiology
Microbiology is the study of microorganisms that caused infections and diseases to Human and other animals. It is an adaptation of microbiological techniques to the study of etiological agents of infectious disease. It often deals with hospital-acquired and public-health problems that affect both hospital and community. Immunology is a branch of biomedical science which deals with an organism’s response towards an invading environmental factor. This process involves a complex interplay of invading particle and defence system of the host organism along with successive cascading molecular mechanism to eliminate the invading agent. Microbiology research reports on prokaryotic and eukaryotic microorganisms such as yeasts, fungi, bacteria and protozoa. It also deals with the interactions between pathogenic microorganisms and hosts. Immunologic research represents a unique medium for the presentation, interpretation, and clarification of complex scientific data. The scope of coverage extends to cellular immunology, immunogenetics, molecular and structural immunology, immunoregulation and autoimmunity, immunopathology, tumor immunology, host defense and microbial immunity, including viral immunology, immunohematology, mucosal immunity, complement, transplantation immunology, clinical immunology, neuroimmunology, immunoendocrinology, immunotoxicology, translational immunology, and history of immunology.