Top 20 Research Paper Topics In Microbiology
Choosing a topic for a paper is not easy, after all, you’re going to be stuck with it for a long time. If it doesn’t sustain your interest, the end result may suffer, and you certainly will. This collection of the top 20 research paper topics in microbiology will, at the very least, give you an idea of what you might like to pursue.
- The role of surfactants in reducing pathogenesis via disruption of microbial binding to cell surface receptors.
- Reduction of inhibitory compounds such as solubilized and partially degraded hemicellulosic biomass generated during conversion of hemicellulosic substrates to fermentable sugar.
- Remediation of contaminated soils by metabolism of xenobiotic chemicals.
- Consequences of the emergence of vancomycin resistant S. aureus
- Reducing vascular access infections which develop because of organism multiplication at the insertion site and progress to the bloodstream.
- Relationship between V vulnificus infections and elevated iron levels in patients.
- Relationship between human monocytes response to fungal-derived mannan and chronic fungal infectious diseases represented by chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis.
- Application of lactic acid bacteria and their antibacterial peptides as combatants against food pathogens
- Viability of discontinuing use of antibiotics in agriculture to re-establish the ecological balance in terms antibiotic sensitivity.
- Investigating microorganisms which show a high cellulolytic and hemicellulolytic activity and are also capable of fermenting monosaccharides to ethanol for the possibility of engineering strains capable of hydrolyzing cellulose and xylan along with fermenting glucose and xylose to ethanol.
- Application of lactic acid bacteria and their antibacterial peptides as probiotics in the gastrointestinal tract of animals.
- Increasing nitrogen fixation with cereal crops by inoculation with wild type or engineered nitrogen-fixing bacteria.
- Revision of the taxonomic position of Rlzizobiunz galegae and Agrohncterium vitis.
- Relationship between kanamycin resistance and synthesis of the enzyme, kanamycin monophosphotransferase.
- Predisposition to the development of infections with antibiotic-resistant pathogens caused by the administration of broad-spectrum antibiotics
- Biocidal effects of noble metal particles and the use inorganic nanoparticles as antibacterial materials.
- Interaction between inorganic nanoparticles and the constituents of the outer membrane of E. coli
- Impacts of chemical surfactants on microbial communities in the rhizosphere.
- Patterns of antimicrobial agent resistance among pathogens acquired in hospitals.
- The use of cephamycins for the treatment of serious infections with extended-spectrum beta-lactamases (ESBLs) producing organisms.
Didn’t find your perfect match? Don’t panic, there are plenty of strategies for brainstorming topics; such as choosing a scientist who you admire, respect or can just relate to, and reading their discussions. You could find yourself picking up where they left off.