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October-December 2022| Vol 1| Issue 4

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MRSA infection prevention and control – Where do we stand?

Staphylococcus aureus is by far the most common and important human pathogen among the genus staphylococci. These Gram-positive cocci are not only found in an external environment but also commonly ...


Review Article

Pharmacognostical and phytopharmacological review on coatbuttons

Tridax procumbens L., regularly known as coatbuttons or Tridax daisy, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. T. procumbens are well identified for their medic...


Review Article

Methods for bioaerosol sampling in tuberculosis and Coronavirus Disease 2019: Potential tool for disease diagnosis and assessment of infectivity

Respiratory infections such as Tuberculosis (TB) and coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) have tremendously impacted global morbidity and mortality. It is now known that their causative agents have a...


Review Article

Nucleic acid vaccines: A rising antidote for the future

DNA vaccines, a type of nucleic acid vaccine, have emerged as one of the recent developments in immunology and recombinant DNA technology, offering great potential in terms of ease of manufacture, m...


Review Article

Prevention is a neglected aspect in the eradication policies against tuberculosis

Tuberculosis remains unapparent in about 80% of the infected cases. It turns symptomatic in cases of stress, undernourishment, i.e., weakening of the immune defenses, hygiene deficits, or massiv...


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ISSN - Print: 2949-6594, Online: 2949-6608

Journal of Preventive, Diagnostic and Treatment Strategies in Medicine, a publication of Society of Biomedical & Biotechnology Scientists (SBBS), is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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