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7th Annual Conference on Microbiology, will be organized around the theme “Current Microbiology: The Big Picture”
Microbiology Conference 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Microbiology Conference 2018
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Antibiotics are small molecules or compounds which are effective in treating microbial infections such as due to bacteria, fungi and protozoa. These are classified based on their structure and mechanism of action into cyclic lipopeptides, oxazolidinones & glycylcyclines.
Vaccines are dead or inactivated organisms or compounds that are used to provide immunity to a particular infection or disease. Vaccines are of different types-live and attenuated (vaccines against chicken pox), inactivated (BCG vaccine), subunit (Hepatitis C), toxoid, conjugate, DNA, recombinant vector vaccines and other experimental vaccines.
Antibiotics and vaccines are both used to fight germs but they work in different ways. Vaccines are used to prevent disease while antibiotics are used to treat diseases that have already occurred.
- Track 1-1Types of antibiotics
- Track 1-2Types of vaccines
- Track 1-3Production of vaccines and antibiotics
- Track 1-4Administration of vaccines and antibiotics
- Track 1-5Case reports on effects of vaccines
- Track 1-6Case reports on effects antibiotics
Applied microbiology is a scientific discipline that deals with the application of microorganisms in biotechnology, agriculture, medicine, food microbiology and bioremediation.
Industrial Microbiology is a branch of applied microbiology in which microorganisms are used in industrial processes such as, in the production of high-value products i.e. drugs, chemicals, fuels and electricity.
- Track 2-1Industrially important microorganisms
- Track 2-2New techniques and trends in applied microbiology
- Track 2-3Kinetics of microbial growth and product formation
- Track 2-4Physiology and biotechnology of Aspergillus
- Track 2-5Industrial fermentations and bioreactors
- Track 2-6Alcoholic beverages productions i.e. beer, wines, spirits and vinegars
- Track 2-7Microbial food products i.e. SCP, yeast, insecticides, fermented foods
- Track 2-8Production of organic acids, industrial alcohol and amino acids
The Archaea constitute a domain and kingdom of single-celled microorganisms. These microbes are prokaryotes and they have no cell nucleus or any other membrane-bound organelles in their cells. Archaea were initially classified as bacteria, receiving the name Archaebacteria, but Archaeal cells have unique properties separating them from the other two domains of life, Bacteria and Eukaryota. The Archaea are further divided into multiple recognized phyla and these classifications rely heavily on the use of the sequence of ribosomal RNA genes to reveal relationships between organisms (molecular phylogenetics). Most of the culturable and well-investigated species of Archaea are members of two main phyla, the Euryarchaeota and Crenarchaeota.
- Track 3-1Metabolism and post-translational modifications in Archaea
- Track 3-2Genomics and evolution
- Track 3-3Replication, recombination, and repair
- Track 3-4CRISPR and viruses
- Track 3-5Archaeal cell biology and ecology
- Track 3-6Archaeal biotechnology and biomedical research
Food Microbiology is the study of the microorganisms that inhabit, create, or contaminate food, including the study of microorganisms causing food spoilage, pathogens that may cause disease especially if food is improperly cooked or stored, those used to produce fermented foods such as cheese, yogurt, bread, beer, and wine, and those with other useful roles such as producing probiotics.
- Track 4-1Techniques for the microbial examination of foods
- Track 4-2Mycotoxins in food
- Track 4-3Food process engineering
- Track 4-4Food hygiene regulations
- Track 4-5Food contamination and food hazards
- Track 4-6Food borne diseases and food allergens
- Track 4-7Food biotechnology and nutrition
- Track 4-8Beneficial uses of microorganisms in food
- Track 4-9Microorganisms in food
- Track 4-10Food spoilage and food preservation
Diagnostic Microbiology is the study of microbial identification for the purpose of medical diagnosis. Diagnostic microbiologists tend to work in a lab environment where they access to a variety of equipment which they can use to identify and study the organisms they encounter.
Infectious Diseases are caused by pathogenic microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, parasites or fungi and the diseases can be spread, directly or indirectly, from one person to another person and some are transmitted by bites from insects or animals and others are acquired by ingesting contaminated food or water or being exposed to organisms in the environment.
- Track 5-1Advanced techniques in diagnostic microbiology
- Track 5-2Microbiology instruments and equipment
- Track 5-3Bacterial infections and its diagnosis
- Track 5-4Fungal infections and its diagnosis
- Track 5-5Parasitic infections and its diagnosis
- Track 5-6Viral infections and its diagnosis
- Track 5-7Automation, immunodiagnostics and molecular methods
- Track 5-8Nutritions effects on the gut microbiota
Gut Microbiota is the microbe population living in our intestine. It contains tens of trillions of microorganisms, including minimum of 1000 different species of known bacteria with more than 3 million genes.
Probiotics are defined as microorganisms that are believed to provide health benefits to host when consumed in adequate amounts. It may be live bacteria and yeasts that are good for our health, especially for digestive system.
- Track 6-1Gut microbiota and metabolic diseases
- Track 6-2Role of microbes in obesity
- Track 6-3The microbiome to identify and cure diseases
- Track 6-4Discovering prebiotics and probiotics
- Track 6-5Genetic engineering of probiotic microorganisms
- Track 6-6Current trends on probiotics
Microbeial Interactions are the inter- and intra-relationships between various microorganisms. This includes both positive i.e. symbiosis and negative i.e. antibiosis interactions. Examples include virus - bacteria and bacteria – bacteria etc.
- Track 7-1Plant-microbe interactions
- Track 7-2Animal-microbe interactions
- Track 7-3Microbe-microbe interactions
- Track 7-4Ectosymbiosis and endosymbiosis
- Track 7-5Host-pathogen interaction
- Track 7-6Roles of microorganisms in chronic respiratory diseases
- Track 7-7Positive interactions (mutualism, protocooperation and commensalism)
- Track 7-8Negative interactions (predation, parasitism, amensalism and competition)
- Track 7-9Nutrient cycling interactions
Medical microbiology is a branch of medical science concerned with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases.
Clinical Microbiology is a branch of science dealing with the interrelation of macro- and microorganisms under normal and pathological conditions and in the dynamics of a pathological process with an account of the treatment till the clinical and/or complete recovery is presented.
- Track 8-1Infection and immunity
- Track 8-2PCR protocols for of bacterial, viral and fungal diseases
- Track 8-3Laboratory diagnosis of bacterial, viral and fungal diseases
- Track 8-4Bacterial pathogens and associated diseases
- Track 8-5Fungal pathogens, parasitic infections and medical entomology
- Track 8-6Viral pathogens and associated diseases
- Track 8-7Diagnosis, treatment and control of infections
Microbial Ecology is the ecology of microorganisms and their relationship with one another and with their environment. It concerns mainly three major domains of life—Eukaryota, Archaea, and Bacteria-as well as viruses.
Microbial Diversity is the study of living organisms of microscopic size which include bacteria, fungi, algae, protozoa and infectious agents called viruses. This science is concerned with their form, structure, reproduction, physiology, metabolism and classification. It includes their distribution in nature, their relationship with each other and other living organisms, their effects on human beings and other animals and plants.
- Track 9-1Microbial communities and ecosystems
- Track 9-2Physiological ecology of microorganisms
- Track 9-3Microbial diversity and ecosystem dynamics
- Track 9-4Ecology of biodeterioration and waste managements
- Track 9-5Biogeochemical cycling (Nitrogen, Sulfur, Phosphorous, Iron and other elements)
- Track 9-6Microbial diversity and industrial and food biotechnology
Microbial Genomics is an interdisciplinary field of science within the field of molecular biology. A genome is a complete set of DNA within a single cell of an organism, and it focuses on the structure, function, evolution, and mapping of genomes.
- Track 10-1Human genome-microbiome Interaction
- Track 10-2Determining DNA sequences
- Track 10-3Functional and structural genomics
- Track 10-4Epigenomics and metagenomics
- Track 10-5Impact of microbial genomics on food safety
- Track 10-6Microbial pathogenomics
- Track 10-7Applications of microbial genomics
Microbial Models are mathematical expressions that describe the number of microorganisms in a given food product or system, as a function of relevant intrinsic or extrinsic variables, generally on a macroscopic scale. Microbial models can be classified as primary, secondary, or tertiary.
Microbial Biotechnology is the basic, experimental and theoretical research on microorganisms to increase the understanding of their structure and function both at the molecular and cellular levels. The knowledge is applied to develop new biologically based production processes.
- Track 11-1Microbial models of molecular biology
- Track 11-2Bacteria as model systems
- Track 11-3Microbial enzymes and their potential industrial applications
- Track 11-4Pathogen modeling programs
- Track 11-5Microbial modeling in foods
Microbial Pathogenesis is the development of a microbial disease and the chain of events leading to that disease are known as microbial pathogenesis.
- Track 12-1Bacterial pathogenesis
- Track 12-2Fungal pathogenesis
- Track 12-3Viral pathogenesis
- Track 12-4Molecular determinants of pathogenicity
- Track 12-5The pathogenesis of Ebola virus disease
- Track 12-6Pathogenesis of pulmonary tuberculosis
Molecular and Cellular Microbiology is the scientific study of the functions and properties of microbial cells. This discipline combines techniques and approaches of classic cell biology and microbiology.
- Track 13-1Molecular methods in microbiology and their clinical application
- Track 13-2Molecular microbiology & immunology
- Track 13-3Diagnostic molecular microbiology
- Track 13-4PCR and DNA sequence analysis of microorganisms
- Track 13-5Novel biomarkers for disease diagnosis
Mycology is the branch of biology concerned with the study of fungi, including their genetic and biochemical properties, their taxonomy and their use to humans as a source for tinder, medicine and food as well as their dangers, such as toxicity or infection.
Phycology is the scientific study of algae. Also known as algology and is a branch of life science and often is regarded as a subdiscipline of botany.
- Track 14-1Applied mycology and biotechnology
- Track 14-2Medical mycology
- Track 14-3Mushrooms
- Track 14-4Fungal diversity
- Track 14-5Industrial mycology
- Track 14-6Applications of algae
- Track 14-7Nitrogen metabolism in cyanobacteria
- Track 14-8Antifungal drugs
Plant pathology is the scientific study of diseases in plants caused by pathogenic microorganisms and environmental conditions. Organisms that cause infectious disease include fungi, oomycetes, bacteria, viruses, viroids, virus-like organisms, phytoplasmas, protozoa, nematodes and parasitic plants.
- Track 15-1Plant pathogens and its classification
- Track 15-2Effects of pathogens on plant physiology
- Track 15-3Genetics of plant diseases
- Track 15-4Control of plant diseases
- Track 15-5Phytopathological techniques in plant pathology
Veterinary Microbiology is concerned with microbial diseases of domesticated vertebrate animals that supply food, other useful products or companionship.
- Track 16-1Viruses and prions
- Track 16-2Microbial agents and disease productions
- Track 16-3Agents of systemic mycoses
- Track 16-4Herpesviruses
- Track 16-5Prevention and control of infectious diseases
- Track 16-6Zoonotic bacterial diseases