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>Revistas >Revista de la Facultad de Medicina UNAM >Año 2005, No. 1


Meléndez HE, Cervantes GE, Ramos GMA, Cravioto A
Impacto de la genómica bacteriana en la medicina humana
Rev Fac Med UNAM 2005; 48 (1)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 32
Paginas: 18-23
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FRAGMENTO

Introducción

Las enfermedades infecciosas han ocasionado serios problemas de salud a la humanidad a través de su historia. Los agentes infecciosos han desencadenado pandemias con grandes pérdidas de vidas humanas, como fue la influenza en 1918.
Con la publicación en el siglo XIX de los trabajos de Pasteur en Francia y de Koch en Alemania se establecieron los fundamentos científicos de la infectología, así como la capacidad de los microorganismos para producir enfermedad. Paralelamente a esto, los avances en inmunología en esas fechas contribuyeron a reconocer la respuesta del huésped y desarrollar métodos de cura como la seroterapia de Von Behring contra la difteria.


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