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Cellular and molecular bases of the host pathogenic interaction including protozoa, viruses, fungi and bacteria and vertebrate and invertebrates hosts. The understanding of mechanisms of virulence, immune response, pathology of infectious diseases will allow new strategies for the diagnosis, control and treatment of infectious diseases. This issue is being launched in support of the international workshop host pathogen interaction meeting II. The hybrid event will be held at the Butantan Institute Sao paulo Brazil between October 13 and 19. Through conferences, round tables, posters and oral presentations we are consolidating the joint participation of hundreds of researchers and students in viruses, parasites, microbes and fungi.
Neglected infectious diseases include pathogens (viruses, protozoa, fungi and bacteria) that can transit in vertebrate hosts and invertebrates to produce the disease in humans. The knowledge of the cellular and molecular mechanisms that regulate the pathogenic interaction can help us to understand the processes and define strategies for prevention, diagnosis, control and treatment of diseases. In the last decades, propitiated by the advance of the human genome, there has been an exponential increase in information and biological data that will lead to the emergence of transcriptomics, proteomics and other omics and the development of advanced methodologies in cellular and molecular biology.

Understanding the host-pathogen interaction from the point of view of several disciplines (cell biology, biochemistry, physiology, immunology, pharmacology) can help answer fundamental questions to understand pathology and suggest new therapeutic alternatives.
This Research Topic aims to present a multidisciplinary vision of the host-pathogen interaction including viruses, protozoa, fungi and bacteria and vertebrate and invertebrate hosts. The large number of biological models and diseases such as: Dengue, echinococcosis, foodborne trematodiases, human African trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness), leishmaniasis, Chagas disease, chikungunya, giardiasis, chromoblastomycosis and other deep mycosesleprosy , lymphatic filariasis, mycetoma, onchocerciasis (river blindness), rabies, schistosomiasis, soil-transmitted helminthiases, taeniasis/cysticercosis, trachoma, Chagas disease, chikungunya, chromoblastomycosis and other deep mycoses, scabies and other ectoparasites, and snakebite envenoming among other doencas , will allow us to expand our vision of the Host pathogen interaction.

Any topic related to interaction will be welcome to participate within the issue.

Keywords: conference, host, pathogen, host-pathogen interaction


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Cellular and molecular bases of the host pathogenic interaction including protozoa, viruses, fungi and bacteria and vertebrate and invertebrates hosts. The understanding of mechanisms of virulence, immune response, pathology of infectious diseases will allow new strategies for the diagnosis, control and treatment of infectious diseases. This issue is being launched in support of the international workshop host pathogen interaction meeting II. The hybrid event will be held at the Butantan Institute Sao paulo Brazil between October 13 and 19. Through conferences, round tables, posters and oral presentations we are consolidating the joint participation of hundreds of researchers and students in viruses, parasites, microbes and fungi.
Neglected infectious diseases include pathogens (viruses, protozoa, fungi and bacteria) that can transit in vertebrate hosts and invertebrates to produce the disease in humans. The knowledge of the cellular and molecular mechanisms that regulate the pathogenic interaction can help us to understand the processes and define strategies for prevention, diagnosis, control and treatment of diseases. In the last decades, propitiated by the advance of the human genome, there has been an exponential increase in information and biological data that will lead to the emergence of transcriptomics, proteomics and other omics and the development of advanced methodologies in cellular and molecular biology.

Understanding the host-pathogen interaction from the point of view of several disciplines (cell biology, biochemistry, physiology, immunology, pharmacology) can help answer fundamental questions to understand pathology and suggest new therapeutic alternatives.
This Research Topic aims to present a multidisciplinary vision of the host-pathogen interaction including viruses, protozoa, fungi and bacteria and vertebrate and invertebrate hosts. The large number of biological models and diseases such as: Dengue, echinococcosis, foodborne trematodiases, human African trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness), leishmaniasis, Chagas disease, chikungunya, giardiasis, chromoblastomycosis and other deep mycosesleprosy , lymphatic filariasis, mycetoma, onchocerciasis (river blindness), rabies, schistosomiasis, soil-transmitted helminthiases, taeniasis/cysticercosis, trachoma, Chagas disease, chikungunya, chromoblastomycosis and other deep mycoses, scabies and other ectoparasites, and snakebite envenoming among other doencas , will allow us to expand our vision of the Host pathogen interaction.

Any topic related to interaction will be welcome to participate within the issue.

Keywords: conference, host, pathogen, host-pathogen interaction


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

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