Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Biochemistry is the study of the chemical substances and vital processes occurring in living organism. It deals with the structure and function of cellular components such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acid and other biomolecules. The biochemistry of the nucleic acid lies at the heart of genetics and biochemical approaches are being used increasingly to study basic aspects of pathology , such as inflammation, cell injury and cancer.  

  • Track 1-1Biocatalysts and their applications
  • Track 1-2Production and Storage Energy
  • Track 1-3Molecular Events in gene expression and regulation
  • Track 1-4Conformation of structure and their relationship to biological activity
  • Track 1-5Transcription
  • Track 1-6Protein Expression

Structural Biology is related to the part  of molecular biology, biochemistry and biophysics concerned with the molecular structure of biological macromolecules. Structural biology united with different fields of biology like bioinformatics, protein dynamics, drug design, computational biology, molecular Modeling and protein folding. Structure knowledge is therefore an important step in understanding the function. Large number of macromolecules assemblies have been reconstructed by fitting higher resolution crystal structure of individuals components into lower resolution electron microscopy for reconstruction of entire complex.

  • Track 2-1Biochemical properties of a protein
  • Track 2-2Macromolecular assembly
  • Track 2-3Cellular pathways
  • Track 2-4Cell and System Biology
  • Track 2-5Developments in computational biology and bioinformatics

Molecular biology branch of biology deals with the molecular basis of studies in biological activity. It deals with the areas of biology and chemistry particularly in the genetics and biochemistry. The most popular techniques used in molecular biology is expression cloning, polymerase chain reaction, gel electrophoresis and antiquated technologies. In the process of central dogma of molecular biology DNA molecules serves as template for either complementary DNA strands during the process of replication or complementary RNA during the process of transcription. And RNA serves as a template for ordering amino acids by ribosomes during protein synthesis.

  • Track 3-1Molecular Cloning
  • Track 3-2Polymerase chain reaction
  • Track 3-3Macromolecule blotting and probing
  • Track 3-4DNA Microarrays
  • Track 3-5Molecular Microbiology
  • Track 3-6Molecular Engineering
  • Track 3-7Protein Structure Prediction

Structural Bioinformatics is the process of analysing and predicting the structure of biological macromolecule like RNA, DNA and protein etc. Structural Bioinformatics  analysis with various motifs, folds, interactions, functions from computational models. Structural Classification of Protein Database used to classify the protein domains analysed on similarities of structure and amino acid sequence. Structural Classification of Protein Database used to analyse the evolutionary relationship between the proteins interactions. Protein Structure Prediction used to predict the structure of the protein like primary structure, secondary structure and tertiary structure of a protein.

  • Track 4-1Protein Folding
  • Track 4-2Sequence Alignment
  • Track 4-3Structure Prediction
  • Track 4-4Protein -Protein Interaction
  • Track 4-5Protein -RNA Interaction
  • Track 4-6Homology Modelling
  • Track 4-7Function Prediction
  • Track 4-8Bioinformatics Tools
  • Track 4-9Nucleotide Sequence Database
  • Track 4-10Protein Sequence Database
  • Track 4-11Biomolecule Structure Database

Cancer gene therapy approaches have benefited greatly from the utilization of molecular-based therapeutics. Of these, adenovirus-based interventions hold much promise as a platform for targeted therapeutic delivery to tumours. However, a barrier to this progression is the lack of native adenovirus receptor expression on a variety of cancer types. As such, any adenovirus-based cancer therapy must take into consideration retargeting the vectors non-native cellular surface receptors. Predicated upon the knowledge gained in native adenovirus biology, several strategies to transductionally retarget adenovirus have emerged. Herein, we describe the biological hurdles as well as strategies utilized in adenovirus transduction targeting, covering the progress of both adapter-based and genetic manipulation-based targeting. Additionally, we discuss recent translation of these targeting strategies into a clinical setting.

  • Track 5-1Boosting the immune response
  • Track 5-2Blocking the processes that protect cancer cells
  • Track 5-3Immunotherapeutic and chemotherapeutic approaches

Proteomics is a promising field in the post-genomic era. Notwithstanding the great advances provided by gene expression process in cancer, the lack of a correlation between gene expression and protein levels has highlighted the need for a proteomic focus on cancer. Although the increasing knowledge regarding cancer biology is a reliable marker to improve diagnosis, prognosis and treatment for cancer patients is not a reality at present. In this review, we address the various considerations regarding proteomics-based studies and their clinical applications on cancer research, highlighting some considerations related to strengths and limitations of proteomics-based studies and its application to clinical practice.

  • Track 6-1Bioinformatics technologies
  • Track 6-2Proteomics technologies
  • Track 6-3Protein Microarray
  • Track 6-4Biomarkers
  • Track 6-5Pharmaceutical
  • Track 6-6Drug discovery
  • Track 6-7Expression proteomics
  • Track 6-8Structural Proteomics

Metabolomics is the process of investigation the substance forms including metabolites, the little atom intermediates, and results of digestion. It is a necessary innovation for understanding the capacity of natural frameworks and different fields in scientific research. Metabolomics is additionally a foundation innovation for exactness prescription since its affectability and specificity consider the precise estimation of metabolites on an individual patient level to enhance our comprehension of and the impacts of qualities, microbiome, diet, way of life and medication treatment.

  • Track 7-1Metabolome
  • Track 7-2Metabolites
  • Track 7-3Statistical Methods
  • Track 7-4Edibilomics
  • Track 7-5Exo metabolomics
  • Track 7-6Cancer Metabolomics

The transcriptome is the group of mRNAs in an organism and the templates for protein synthesis in a manner called translation. The transcriptome reflects the genes which are actively expressed in given moment. Gene expression microarrays degree packaged mRNA as a summary of gene activity in organism. Recent traits have opened new opportunities to utilize transcriptomics and metabolomics for precision medicine. It is now viable to deduce from blood transcriptomics, with fine accuracy, the contribution of immune activation and cell subpopulations.  Transcriptomics and metabolomics can be integrated to provide an extra complete knowledge of the human organic states for precision medicine.

  • Track 8-1Development of contemporary techniques
  • Track 8-2Isolation of DNA
  • Track 8-3Expressed Sequence tags
  • Track 8-4RNA Sequence data analysis
  • Track 8-5Gene Function annotation

Biotechnology is the application of scientific technique to modify and improve plants, animals and microorganisms to enhance their value. Biotechnology allows for the manipulation, synthesis and eventual creation of genes. Depending on the tools and application on the biotechnology field often overlaps with the molecular biology, bioengineering, biomedical engineering, bioinformatics , biomanufacturing and molecular engineering. Two important techniques developed in modern technology is genetic engineering and chemical engineering. Genetic engineering is the technique of removing, modifying and adding of genes to a DNA molecule in order to change in the information. By changing the information, genetic engineering changes the amount of proteins an organism is capable of producing. Chemical engineering science utilizes mass momentum and energy transfer along with thermodynamics and chemical kinetics to analyse and improve these unit operations.

  • Track 9-1Genetic Engineering
  • Track 9-2Protein Engineering
  • Track 9-3Pharmacology
  • Track 9-4Nano Biotechnology
  • Track 9-5Bioinformatics
  • Track 9-6Chemical Engineering

 

A stem cell has remarkable potential with the unique ability to develop into specialised cell types in the body. In the future, stem cells may be used to replace cells and tissues that have been damaged and lost due to disease. In many tissues stem cells serves as a sort of internal repair system and divided essentially without a limit to replenish of cells as long as person or animal is still alive. Stem cells are distinguished from other cells by two important characteristics like unspecified cells and experimental conditions. Stem Cells originate from two main sources like adult body tissues and embryos.

  • Track 10-1Molecular weight and subunit structures
  • Track 10-2Adult Stem Cells
  • Track 10-3Stem Cell Therapy
  • Track 10-4Embryonic Stem Cells
  • Track 10-5Invitro culturing of Stem Cells
  • Track 10-6Cancer Stem Cells
  • Track 10-7Selection and determination of recombinant DNA technology

 

Stem cell therapies are the type of cell therapy which the cells are derived from stem cells. Some stem cells therapies that are currently being investigated for their therapeutic potential in the areas such as regenerative medicine. Stem cell therapy used for many developments such as ability of scientist to isolate and culture embryonic stem cells, to create stem cells using somatic cell nuclear transfer and their use of techniques to analyse induced pluripotent stem cells. Stem cells therapy also used for regenerative treatment models like providing inflammatory effect, homing to damaged tissues and recruiting cells and differentiating into bone, tendon and ligament tissue.

  • Track 11-1Correlating Expression Patterns
  • Track 11-2Mapping Expression Data
  • Track 11-3 Mapping Sequence Data
  • Track 11-4Regenerative treatment models
  • Track 11-5Drug Discovery and biomedical research
  • Track 11-6Ligament and tendon repair
  • Track 11-7Regenerative medicine promotes the repair response to disease

The human body constantly regenerate after damage due to the self-renewing and differentiating properties of its resident stem cells. To recover the damaged tissues and regenerate functional organs, scientific research in the field of regenerative medicine is firmly trying to understand the molecular mechanisms through the regenerative potential of stem cells. Many aspects of the cell-based therapy prevent the use of stem cells to regenerate organs and tissues and the large amount of stem cells is required to senescence process occurs during primary cell expansion. Most of the application in stem cells directed on patients are still under the phase of experimental trials and some other procedures to use in clinical practice as a bone morrow transplantation in Hematology.

  • Track 12-1Tissue Engineering
  • Track 12-2Replication competent gene therapy vectors
  • Track 12-3Analysis of evolutionary patterns in tissue regeneration
  • Track 12-4Non replicating gene therapy vectors
  • Track 12-5Tissue regeneration in preclinical and clinical settings
  • Track 12-6Adenoviral vector
  • Track 12-7Cell isolation, expansion and modification of tissue regeneration
  • Track 12-8Identification of therapeutic protein
  • Track 12-9Modulation of gene expression and stem cell fate
  • Track 12-10Radiation therapy

Neurodegenerative disorders are defined as the disorders associated with the central nervous system and brain. The contribution of stem cells to cure neurodegenerative disease has been unraveled and explore extensively over the past few years beyond the substitution of the lost neurons, stem cells act as immunomodulators and neuroprotectors. There are four types of neurodegenerative disease described with relatively more evidence in stem cells therapy in Parkinson’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis compared to Huntington's disease and Alzheimer's disease. Treatment of these diseases done by achieving stem-cell based nerve cell replacement and repair of the central nervous system. Replaced nerve cells differentiate in the analysis of healthy nerve tissue. Stem cell therapy also used characterise the inflammation involved in disease process and delay the propagation of diseases.

  • Track 13-1Parkinson disease
  • Track 13-2Huntington disease
  • Track 13-3Schizophrenia
  • Track 13-4Autism spectrum disorders
  • Track 13-5Prader-Willi Syndrome
  • Track 13-6Angelman and Prader-Willi Syndrome

In veterinary medicine, stem cells therapy is the increasingly common form of regenerative disease. As like human body animal body possess different type of stem cells having various applications. These stem cells are used experimentally and clinically for several therapeutic approaches. In veterinary medicine Stem cells therapy are most commonly used for the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries in horses and dogs. New technologies are developed in which spermatogonial stem cells therapy are reproduced to preserve endangered animal species. The same methods can be used to generate transgenic animals used as biomedical models in pharmaceutical production. In the treatment of  spinal cord injury and myocardial infarction Small and large animal numbers of species serve as valuable models for preclinical evaluation of stem cell applications in human beings and in veterinary patients.

  • Track 14-1Muscle repair
  • Track 14-2Animal models used for stem cells research
  • Track 14-3Hard tissue repair
  • Track 14-4Ligament and tendon repair
  • Track 14-5Spermatogonial stem cells in transgenic animal production
  • Track 14-6Comphrension of Cell Signalling Networks
  • Track 14-7Theoretical Models of Signal Transduction
  • Track 14-8Subcellular Targeting Mechanism
  • Track 14-9Alternations in Protein Networks
  • Track 14-10Comparison of Multiple Gene Regulations
  • Track 14-11Functional Interpretation of Gene

Stem cell technology has the potential enhances to understand the applications of human disease and transform the process of drug discovery by providing more relevant biological models for selection of drug. The potential of stem cell technology in disease modelling and drug discovery has been clear to many observation in selection of drug candidates. Most important application in stem cell technology in regenerative medicine and cell therapy mainly focussed on development of human cellular models of drug discovery. As well as in drug screening and drug discovery has several strategies that used to generate such disease models using either embryonic stem cells or patient-specific induced PSCs,  which is creating new modulation in the field of  disease modelling and drug discovery.

  • Track 15-1Drug screening
  • Track 15-2Cardiovascular Disease Modelling
  • Track 15-3Disease modelling using iPS cells
  • Track 15-4Stem cell toxicity testing
  • Track 15-5Stem cell toxicity testing
  • Track 15-6Solution NMR Spectroscopy
  • Track 15-7Pluripotent stem cells in disease modelling and drug discovery
  • Track 15-8Cryo-electron Tomography
  • Track 15-9Pluripotent stem cells in disease modelling and drug discovery
  • Track 15-10X-ray Crystallography for Viruses
  • Track 15-11Foci Formation
  • Track 15-12Hemagglutination
  • Track 15-13Plague Assay

Stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine mostly focused in creation of functional body tissues which can be model, repair and replace the damaged body part. Implementation of technologies based on these approaches requires are readily available source of cells for the generation of cells and tissues outside a living organism. Because of their unique capacity to regenerate functional tissue for the lifetime of an organism, stem cells are useful for multiple biotechnological applications. Producing novel cell-based products from stem cells is large, currently there are no effective technologically favourable methodologies for culturing stem cells outside the body, or for reproducibly stimulating them to differentiate into functional cells.

  • Track 16-1Function of Genomics
  • Track 16-2Analysis of Genomics
  • Track 16-3Molecular manufacturing
  • Track 16-4DNA vaccines
  • Track 16-5Cellular Engineering
  • Track 16-6Clinical Proteomics
  • Track 16-7Transformative regenerative therapeutics
  • Track 16-8Characterizes the Proteins
  • Track 16-9Development of complex tissue and organ
  • Track 16-10Structural Proteomics
  • Track 16-11Functional Proteomics
  • Track 16-12Expression Proteomics
  • Track 16-13Mapping
  • Track 16-14Sequencing

Stem cell plays a distinguished role in tissue engineering applications. There will be a synergistic impact on stem cell based regenerative therapies through stem cell and biomaterial technology. Interaction of stem cell technology and biomaterials would allow the latest biomaterial designation for future clinical therapeutic applications. The method mainly aims for development of adult stem cell-based tissue designed for biomaterial implants and organoids. This method develops the cells to produce and use induced Pluripotent cells from differentiated cells.

  • Track 17-1Stem cell engineering
  • Track 17-2Nanofiber matrix
  • Track 17-3Stem cell interactions
  • Track 17-4Stem cell therapy
  • Track 17-5Adult stem cells
  • Track 17-6Mutually Interacts to Control Rate of Transcription
  • Track 17-7Regulatory Networks Control Cell Signalling
  • Track 17-8Reengineering Genomic Control Systems
  • Track 17-9Activate Transcription Factor of Proteins