DIFFERENT MODELS TO EVALUATE ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS-A REVIEW
AbstractAntimicrobial models have played a critical role in the history of modern drug development for microbial infections. Such antimicrobial models complement human investigations to study in detail pathogenic hypothesis and therapeutic strategies. To achieve this several new screening models have been produced. Various methods have been used for this purpose by using several microbes on different culture media. Such methods would help to provide new antimicrobial agents for the treatment of various microbial diseases of human. The present study therefore is focused on the review of such antimicrobial models.
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