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.
Microbial Biotechnology can be defined as one of the aspect of biotechnology which involves the use of the microorganisms or their products. Microbial biotechnology is also referred to as industrial microbiology because of its new discoveries made in the field of genetic engineering. Industrial microbiology was initially established for the alcoholic fermentation process to produce wine and beer, and later it was used for microbial production of antibiotics, enzymes, butanol, citric acids etc. Recent research has shown that microbial biotechnology plays major important role in improved vaccine production and disease-diagnostic tools.
- Track 1-1Commercial Production of Microorganism
- Track 1-2Harvesting and Disrupting Microbial Cells
- Track 1-3Bioconversions
- Track 1-4Biodegradable Microbial Bioplastics
- Track 1-5Bioremediation
- Track 1-6Microbial Proteins
- Track 1-7Radioactive Environments
- Track 1-8Antimicrobial Activity
- Track 1-9Cellular Microbiology
Microbial Genetics can be defined as a subject which involves both microbiology and genetic engineering. It deals with the study of the mechanism of heritable information in bacteria their chromosomes, phages, plasmids etc. The techniques generally involved in microbial genetics are replica plating, conjugation, transformation, transduction, mutagenesis etc. Microbes are suited for studying genetics and made a huge contribution in the field of genetic engineering. Microbial genetics have various applications in the field of pharmaceutical, medical, food and agricultural industries.
- Track 2-1Gene Expression
- Track 2-2Plasmid Ecology
- Track 2-3Genetic Engineering
- Track 2-4Mutagenesis
- Track 2-5Gene Transfer
- Track 2-6Cell Biology
- Track 2-7Antibiotic Resistance
- Track 2-8Techniques and Technologies in Microbial Genetics
Industrial microbiology is a branch of applied microbiology that uses the microbes in industrial processes like fermentation, antibiotic, enzymes, organic acid production. Industrial microbiology is becoming one of the of the most promising approach towards cost reduction and resource conservation. It uses the genetic and molecular manipulation of microorganisms to make or modify process or products for specific use.
- Track 3-1Enzymes
- Track 3-2Organic Chemicals
- Track 3-3Vitamins
- Track 3-4Bioreactors
- Track 3-5Single Cell Protein
- Track 3-6Biorefinery
- Track 3-7Bioprocess
- Track 3-8Food Produced by Microbial Activity
- Track 3-9Production of Antibiotics
- Track 3-10Wastewater Management
- Track 3-11Contamination Control
Microbial Insecticides are single celled organisms such as bacteria, fungus, viruses that are mass produced and formulated to use in an analogous manner as that of an insecticide. Microbial insecticides are produced using genetic engineering. The available microbial insecticides are prepared from Bacillus thuringiensis, Baculoviral etc. This is very cost effective, eco-friendly. It is an alternative method for insect management for pest management and pest control.
- Track 4-1Pest Management
- Track 4-2Mode of Action and Mechanism
- Track 4-3Advantages and Dis advantages
- Track 4-4Target Insects
- Track 4-5Marketing
- Track 4-6Insecticidal Toxins
- Track 4-7Isolation and Genetic Engineering of Genes
Microbial Biofilms are the association of microbial cells in which one cell adhere to another cell on a living or nonliving surface. Cells communicate each other through quorum sensing. Biofilms are composed of extracellular polymeric substances. Attachment, colony formation, maturation and detachment are the steps in biofilm formation. Biofilm plays a key role in infection, kidney stones, Bacterial Endocarditis etc.
- Track 5-1Bioremediation
- Track 5-2Biofilm Filter
- Track 5-3Biofilm Trickling Filter
- Track 5-4Mode of Infection
- Track 5-5Corrosion Microorganisms
- Track 5-6Industrial Productivity
- Track 5-7Detoxification of Hazardous Wastes
- Track 5-8Extracellular Enzymes in Aquatic Biofilm
- Track 5-9Catalytic Biofilms
Protein Engineering is the designing or developing of new macromolecules with desirable function and specific structure. It uses recombinant DNA technology to change the amino acid structure. The X-ray crystallography, chemical DNA synthesis, computer modelling of protein structure and folding and the combining information of crystal structure and protein chemistry with artificial gene synthesis was focused as a powerful tool to obtain protein with specific properties. Protein engineering market is calculable to grow at a CAGR of 15.7% to achieve $1,463.0 million by the year 2020.
- Track 6-1Protein Engineering Methods
- Track 6-2Modelling of Drugs
- Track 6-3Peptidomimetics
- Track 6-4In Vitro Protein Evolution Systems
- Track 6-5DNA Shuffling
- Track 6-6Designed Divergent Evolution
- Track 6-7Biocatalysts
- Track 6-8Protein Kinetics
Fermentation Technology is an applied microbiology that uses microorganisms and enzymes to produce compounds have application in food industry, pharmaceuticals, beverages etc. Fermentation processes are used for the sustainable production of materials and energy is demanding and advancement for novel fermentation process. Process of fermentation includes the uses of microorganisms.
- Track 7-1Types of Fermentation
- Track 7-2Strain Development
- Track 7-3Advancement in Fermentation Process
- Track 7-4Fermentation Products
- Track 7-5Industrial Application of Microbes
- Track 7-6Culture Medium
- Track 7-7Fermenters
Nanotechnology is increasingly using the bio materials and nano objects synthesized by living things mostly by microbial cells. Bio inspired materials are used mainly for the bio nanotechnology. Microbial cells are the ideal producers of nanostructures, instruments for nano sciences such as polymers, magnetosomes etc. They have relevant biomedical applications. They are cost effective.
- Track 8-1Nano Technology in Food Microbiology
- Track 8-2Diagnostics in Infectious Diseases
- Track 8-3Nanotechnology in Water Microbiology
- Track 8-4Nano Microbiology using Atomic Force Microscopy
- Track 8-5Nanoscale Imaging
- Track 8-6Cell Division Studies
- Track 8-7Myco Fabrication of Nanoparticles.
Strain Improvement is the improvement in product formation or cellular properties by modifying the biochemical pathways using recombinant DNA technology. The strain improvement results in the improvement of final product, reduction of by product formation, new product formation etc. Methods used in the strain improvement are mutation and recombinant technology. The applications are ethanol-yeast production, antibiotic organic acid production etc.
- Track 9-1Genetic Engineering Scale Up
- Track 9-2Culture Conditions
- Track 9-3Classical Strain Improvement
- Track 9-4Screening Assays for Bioactive Molecules
- Track 9-5Upstream and Downstream of Industrial Microbial Processes
- Track 9-6Strain Isolation
- Track 9-7Anti-microbial Peptides and Resistance
Medical Microbiology is a branch of applied microbiology deals with the study of microorganisms that causes infectious diseases, its diagnostics, prevention and treatment. Researchers have developed more efficient methods for designing and making drugs that are targeted at the molecular level and therefore conceivably more effective but less toxic. The possibility of gene therapy is one of the best method to cure diseases that are previously incurable. Recent technology provides results within minutes, and vaccines or antibiotics can be prepared from the microorganisms itself. Molecular biological techniques have increased the speed and sensitivity of detection methods, as well as allowing laboratories to identify organisms that do not grow or grow slowly in culture.
- Track 10-1Immune response to infectious agents
- Track 10-2Microbial Infections and treatment
- Track 10-3Attenuated Vaccines
- Track 10-4Molecular Biology Methods
- Track 10-5Immunoassays
- Track 10-6Stem Cell Therapy
- Track 10-7Virology
- Track 10-8Mycology
- Track 10-9Bacteriology
Pharmaceutical Microbiology is a branch of applied microbiology that deals with drug safety and the study of microorganisms used in the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals. Pharmaceutical microbiology includes bacterial endotoxin testing, sterility testing, microbial examination of non-sterile products, drug safety etc. With the help of microorganisms, we can detect the carcinogenic and mutagenic agents in the drugs.
- Track 11-1Drug Safety
- Track 11-2Biological Drugs
- Track 11-3Disinfection
- Track 11-4Drug Manufacture
- Track 11-5Pharmacokinetics
- Track 11-6Pharmacodynamics
- Track 11-7Therapeutic Proteins
- Track 11-8Biosimilars
Plant Biotechnology is the introduction of desirable traits into plants using genetic manipulation and the study of various pathogens and useful microorganisms associated with it. Plant biotechnology might be characterized as the utilization of learning acquired from investigation of the life sciences to make technological upgrades in plant species. Plant biotechnology has been led for more than ten thousand years.
- Track 12-1Transgenic Plant Analysis
- Track 12-2Micropropagation in Plants
- Track 12-3Biopolymer Production in Plants
- Track 12-4Plant Productivity and its Environment
- Track 12-5Biotransformation
- Track 12-6Plant Germplasm
- Track 12-7Mutation Breeding
- Track 12-8Future of Plant Biotechnology
Biosafety can be defined as the prevention of large scale loss of biological integrity and extremely focused on both environment and human health. Risk management are originating from ecology, toxicology, epidemiology, microbiology, human and veterinary medicines, and are generally composed of ways of thinking from the pure scientific analytical way to the most global conceptual way. Biosecurity is the procedures or measures are taken to protect against the biological substances.
- Track 13-1Assessing Risks of GMO
- Track 13-2Levels in Biosafety
- Track 13-3Containment Principles
- Track 13-4Basic Tenets
- Track 13-5Risks for the Environment
- Track 13-6Effect on Human Society
- Track 13-7Biosafety Bill
Bioinformatics is the mathematical modelling of biological systems using computational methods. It is one of the most important and necessary development needed for the improvement of human life. Drug designing can be done with the help of computational biology. Bioinformatics is utilized as a part of breaking down genomes, proteomes (protein arrangements), three-dimensional demonstrating of biomolecules and biologic systems etc.
- Track 14-1Transcriptomics
- Track 14-2Pharmaceutical Applications
- Track 14-3Systems Biology
- Track 14-4Immuno and Chemo-informatics
- Track 14-5Evolutionary Bioinformatics
- Track 14-6Computational Biology
- Track 14-7DNA Sequencing
- Track 14-8Drug designing
Agricultural Microbiology is the study of soil fertility, microbial degradation of organic matter, plant associated microbes. Microorganisms play a key role in increasing the soil fertility thereby increasing the overall production in the agriculture sector. Biofertilizers are prepared from microorganisms they are low cost, renewable source of plant nutrients which supplements the chemical fertilizer. Microorganisms plays a vital role in microbial antagonism, enriching nutrient transformation process.
- Track 15-1Biofertilizers
- Track 15-2Crop Yielding Management
- Track 15-3Green Manuring
- Track 15-4Microbial Insecticides
- Track 15-5Biochemical Processes
- Track 15-6Nitrogen Fixation
- Track 15-7Plant-microbe Interaction
Environmental Biotechnology is a branch of biotechnology that applies biotechnology to solve the environmental problems and helps to use, regulate and develop environmental systems and prevent the environment from contamination of land, air and water for a sustainable future. It is connected and it is utilized to concentrate to study of natural environment.
- Track 16-1Environmental Microbiology
- Track 16-2Renewable Energy
- Track 16-3Natural & Biopolymers
- Track 16-4Biomass and Bioenergy
- Track 16-5Bioenvironmental Engineering
- Track 16-6Biochemical Engineering
- Track 16-7Ecology & Ecosystems
- Track 16-8Biodiversity and Conservation
- Track 16-9Bioremediation & Biodegradation
- Track 16-10Green Energy
Biolaw is the combinational use of biological science with law to improve and describe the legal analysis of science its implications and institutions. Biolaw amalgamates insights from biological research areas such as biotechnology, microbiology, genetics, molecular biology, bioethics, biotechnology patent law, food law, drug law, reproductive law etc.
- Track 17-1Basic Principles in Bio law
- Track 17-2Human Dignity in Ethics and Law
- Track 17-3Modern Practices
- Track 17-4Future Policies
- Track 17-5Relationship between Bioethics and Bio law
- Track 17-6Application of the Principles
- Track 17-7Biolaw and Subjects of Rights
Therapeutic Proteins are those proteins that are generally engineered in the laboratory for pharmaceutical uses and purposes. Insulin was the first therapeutic protein. Therapeutic proteins can be generated in the host specific cells because of r-DNA technology. The deficiency of an essential protein can also be compensated by the therapeutic protein. The fastest growing class of therapeutic proteins is antibodies. These can be used in the treatment of cancer and in the case of any auto immune diseases.
- Track 18-1Peptide Therapeutics
- Track 18-2Bioassays
- Track 18-3Sickle Cell Anemia
- Track 18-4Insulin
- Track 18-5Viral Vaccines
- Track 18-6Upstream and Downstream Development
Marine Microbiology is the study of microorganisms that living in saltwater, open oceans, estuaries, sea sediments etc. It focusses mainly on the interaction of the macro organisms and microorganisms within these communities. 50% of earths oxygen is generated by these marine organisms. It includes the biodiversity, ecology and biogeochemistry of marine organisms. Understanding of the form, flow, and function of biological molecules (genes, proteins, lipids, and metabolites), which shape the structure of cells, organisms, and ecosystems, and how encoded cellular information flows through a dynamic ocean and shapes the trajectory of ecosystem processes and biogeochemical cycles is a critical aspect of microbial oceanography and molecular ecology.
- Track 19-1Marine Ecology
- Track 19-2Marine Pollution
- Track 19-3Symbiont Diversity
- Track 19-4Microbial and Chemical Biodiversity
- Track 19-5Marine Science
- Track 19-6Marine Bio Geo-Chemistry
- Track 19-7Marine Natural Products Chemistry
Food microbiology is the study of microorganisms that inhabit in the food, causes food borne diseases, and food spoilage. Microorganisms are essentially important to produce fermented foods like curd, yoghurt, cheese, beer, wine and bread. Probiotics consumption is increasing day by day and that become increasingly important in food microbiology. Bacterial toxins are the main cause of food contamination. Now a day’s microbial polymers are also used in the food industry. Lactobacillus, Saccharomyces are the important bacteria used in the food fermentations.
- Track 20-1Food Safety
- Track 20-2Emerging Food Borne Pathogens
- Track 20-3Molecular Detection for Food Pathogen
- Track 20-4Beneficial Microorganisms
- Track 20-5Preservation Techniques and Canning
- Track 20-6Food Contamination and Spoilage
- Track 20-7Quality Control
- Track 20-8Probiotics
Animal microbiology can be defined as one of the aspect of biotechnology which deals with the diseases caused by the microbes to the domestic and wild animals. It also includes studies of antimicrobial resistance, microbial disease of domesticated and wild animals. Veterinary microbiologists play major role who are physicians specialized in the study of microorganisms that cause infectious disease in animal species. They are generally involved with the development of vaccines, drugs, and other animal health products.
- Track 21-1Animal Health
- Track 21-2Animal Disease
- Track 21-3Therapeutic Drug Development
- Track 21-4Infectious agents of animals
- Track 21-5Viruses of livestock and poultry
Vaccine design and development have been used against infectious diseases, so it is basically required a revolution in the approach to vaccine design and development. Particular vaccines are involved to act against specific diseases. For example polio vaccines are recommended for vaccination against polio virus. New technologies such as genomics, proteomics, functional genomics, and synthetic chemistry can be used for the rational identification of antigens, the synthesis of complex glycans, the generation of engineered carrier proteins, and much more that are needed in designing vaccines.Vaccine design and development services help to reduce the cost of failure and increase the chance of clinical success.
- Track 22-1Production and Research of Vaccines
- Track 22-2Bacterial Vaccines
- Track 22-3Vaccine Efficacy and Safety
- Track 22-4Human Vaccines
- Track 22-5Vaccines Adjuvants
- Track 22-6Plant Derived Vaccines
- Track 22-7Storage and Managing vaccines
- Track 22-8Conjugate Vaccines