The Sequencing of Bacterial Genomes Has Opened New Points of View For Distinguishing Proof of Focuses For Treatment of Irresistible Ailments. We Have Distinguished an Arrangement of Novel Harmfulness Related Qualities (Vag Qualities) By Contrasting the Genome Successions of Six Human Pathogens That Are Known to Cause Tenacious or Interminable Contaminations In People: Yersinia Pestis, Neisseria Gonorrhoeae, Helicobacter Pylori, Borrelia Burgdorferi, Streptococcus Pneumoniae, and Treponema Pallidum. This Correlation Was Constrained to Qualities Explained As Theoretical In the T. Pallidum Genome Extend. Seventeen Qualities With Obscure Capacities Were Observed to Be Saved Among These Pathogens. Insertional Inactivation of 14 of These Qualities Created Nine Mutants That Were Constricted For Harmfulness In a Mouse Disease Show. Out of These Nine Qualities, Five Were Observed to Be Particularly Connected With Harmfulness In Mice As Shown By Disease With Yersinia Pseudo Tuberculosis In-Outline Cancellation Mutants. What Are More, These Five Vag Qualities Were Fundamental Just In Vivo, Since Every One of the Mutants Could Develop In Vitro. These Qualities Are Extensively Moderated Among Microscopic Organisms. Hence, We Recommend That the Relating Vag Quality Items May Constitute Novel Focuses For Antimicrobial Treatment and That some Vag Mutants Could Fill In As Bearer Strains For Live Immunizations.