Genetic Variability and Its Vulnerability in Tuberculosis Infection

Tuberculosis (TB) is a world-wide infectious disease. It caused 10.4 million deaths in 2016. The study was aimed to describe some of the genes involved in the progression of the TB disease in the human population. This study is not only useful in understanding the pathogenesis of the disease and identifying the risk of population, but also paving way for the better treatment of the diseased individual.

Author(s): Medapati RV*, Sridevi S, Sudhakar G, Didla SR and Yellapu RN  

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