Microbiology and Biotechnology : Bacteria, viruses, algae

Definition and Role of Microbiology in biotechnologies

Microbiology refers to the study of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, algae, protozoa, and fungi. A knowledge of their genetic makeup, behavior and interactions with their environment is useful in understanding their mechanisms of function and their impact on multicellular organisms.

The biotechnological applications of microbiology are numerous: from applications in the food industry to innovative therapeutic fields, microorganisms are everywhere in our daily lives.

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Bacteriology - method development

Bacteriology is the science that deals with bacteria and their properties. Many tests exist in bacteriology, for example to measure the effect of antibiotics, to study the mechanism of action of antibacterial molecules or to test the synergy between bacteria and other microorganisms.

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Virology and viral production

Virology refers to the study and use of viruses. Within this environment, various experiments are possible, such as the production of viruses or the evaluation of the antiviral effect of a molecule.

Fields of application of microbiology

Agri-food

Environment and Energy

Pharmaceuticals

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