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4th International Conference on Biochemistry & Metabolomics, will be organized around the theme “Lets Make Every Molecules Count”

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Enzymology is the subdivision of biochemistry where it includes the study of enzymes, and their mechanics, structure, function, further as their relevance one another.  Now days, the modern enzymologist uses a tool case that has multiple styles of spectrum analysis, structural biology, mechanics & asks questions on catalyst function & regulation in an exceedingly variability of cellular & organismic contexts.

Biochemistry is the application of chemistry to the study of the cellular and molecular level biological processes. This field covers a wide range of scientific disciplines which covers forensics, molecular biology, genetics, plant science and medicine and that why from last 100 years many advance researches and challenging research works has been carried out in this field.

 

 

  • Track 1-1Biological macromolecules
  • Track 1-2Neurodevelopmental Disorders
  • Track 1-3Activation of enzyme
  • Track 1-4Membrane biochemistry
  • Track 1-5Biochemical Signalling
  • Track 1-6Enzymatic chemistry
  • Track 1-7Metabolisms and metabolic pathways
  • Track 1-8Digital Biochemistry
  • Track 1-9Biopolymers
  • Track 1-10Biochemical processes
  • Track 1-11Advances in Clinical Pathology

Biophysics is an interdisciplinary science that applies the approaches & methods of physics to study biological structures. Biophysics covers all aspects of biological organization, from molecular to organismic and populations which includes structure & dynamics of molecules, cells & tissues, the influence of environment, energy transformation &  transfer, thermodynamics, biological motility, population dynamics & cell differentiation modeling, biomechanics & tissue rheology, non-linear phenomena, mathematical cybernetics modeling of complex systems, computational biology.

 

  • Track 2-1Physiomics
  • Track 2-2Virophysics
  • Track 2-3Biogeophysics
  • Track 2-4Medical biophysics
  • Track 2-5Membrane biophysics

Applying principles of Biochemistry for the protection of environment is the main concern of environmental biochemistry. The main themes include managing water quality and air resources, protection from radiation, to maintain industrial hygiene etc. Environmental biochemists employ living organism and their capabilities for such purposes. The environmental biochemistry is covered in studying microbial metabolism of pollutants with emphasis on elucidation of metabolites and critical metabolic reactions.

 

  • Track 3-1Lipids
  • Track 3-2Proteins
  • Track 3-3Carbohydrates
  • Track 3-4Nucleic acids
  • Track 3-5Environmental indicators
  • Track 3-6New approaches in Freshwater environmental quality parameters
  • Track 3-7Novel methods in environmental monitoring
  • Track 3-8Green chemistry

Molecular Biology is the field of biology that studies the composition, structure and interactions of cellular molecules such as nucleic acids and proteins that carry out the biological processes essential for the cells functions and maintenance. Molecular Biology covers a wide scope of problems related to molecular and cell biology including structural and functional genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, biomedicine, molecular enzymology, molecular virology and molecular immunology, theoretical bases of biotechnology, physics and physical chemistry of proteins and nucleic acids.

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  • Track 4-1Genetics
  • Track 4-2Biosynthesis
  • Track 4-3Transcription
  • Track 4-4Computational Biology
  • Track 4-5Microarray analysis techniques
  • Track 4-6Development in Cytology

Metabolomics is an innovative science where the research teams are actively engaged in developing new methods to advance highly sensitive low metabolite number panels. It is the global analysis of all or a large number of cellular metabolites. Like other functional genomics research, metabolomics produces significant amounts of data. Management, processing and analysis of this data is a clear encounter and requires specialized mathematical, statistical and bioinformatics tools.

Bioinformatics is a field of biological science which is defined as the study of the inherent structure of biological information. Bioinformatics combines Computer science, Mathematics as well as Engineering. Bioinformatics links with biological data with techniques for information storage, distribution, and analysis to support multiple areas of scientific research, including biomedicine. This subject is fed by modern high-throughput data-generating experiments, concluding determinations of genomic sequence and measurements of gene expression patterns.

  • Track 5-1Sequence Analysis
  • Track 5-2Analysis of gene and protein expression
  • Track 5-3Analysis of cellular organization
  • Track 5-4Network and Systems Biology
  • Track 5-5Bioinformatics workflow management systems
  • Track 5-6Metabolic Fingerprinting
  • Track 5-7Metabolite Profiling

Biomathematics is the branch of applied mathematics which is the use of mathematical models to help understand phenomena in biology. Mathematical models are important tools in basic scientific research in many areas of biology, including physiology, ecology, evolution, toxicology, immunology, natural resource management, and conservation biology. The result obtained from analysis and simulation of system models are used to test and extend biological theory, and to suggest new hypotheses or experiments. 

Biostatistics is the branch of statistics responsible for the proper interpretation of scientific data generated in the biology, public health and other health sciences (i.e., the biomedical sciences). Biostatistics is integral to the advance of knowledge in biology, health policy, clinical medicine, public health policy, health economics, proteomics, genomics, and other disciplines. Biostatisticians help answer pressing research questions in medicine, biology and public health, such as whether a new drug works, what causes cancer and other diseases, and how long a person with a certain illness is likely to survive.

 

  • Track 6-1Biopolymer dynamics
  • Track 6-2Genetic Network and Network Interference
  • Track 6-3Use of computationally intensive methods

Amino acid analysis is a biochemical technique used for determining the content of proteins, peptides and other biological or pharmaceutical preparations or amino acid composition. This is a suitable tool that determines the protein quantities and gives detail information regarding the amino acid composition and free amino acids. Many excellent and challenging contributions have been made by researchers in the field of amino acid analysis including chiral recognition.

Structural biochemistry is generally referred as biochemistry and this is a combination of biology, physics, and chemistry to study and to summarize some mutual principles in living organisms. The main aim of Biochemists is to describe mechanisms, molecular structure and chemical processes shared by all organisms, providing organizing principles that comprises of life in all its diverse forms.

 

  • Track 7-1Amino acid dating
  • Track 7-2Reactions & Properties
  • Track 7-3Glycolysis and Gluconeogenesis
  • Track 7-4Mechanism & Chemical process
  • Track 7-5Structural biochemistry of DNA & RNA
  • Track 7-6Proteinogenic & Non- Proteinogenic amino acid

Antibody engineering is employed within the treatment of various diseases and lots of diagnostic tests. Every protein binds terribly specifically to just one form of cell or molecule and antibody technology permits researchers to focus on specific cells (Maynard).The applications of antibody engineering are prospering because of this specific binding of antibodies and antigens. Production ways of antibodies still progress, creating it potential to get antibodies specific to virtually any substance. Rising applications of antibody engineering embody cancer medical aid and radioimmunodetection of tumors. Antibodies present several exciting potentialities to the longer term of drugs.

 

  • Track 8-1Engineering bi-specific antibodies
  • Track 8-2Hybridoma and Phage Display Technology of antibodies
  • Track 8-3Bi specific antibodies & combination therapy
  • Track 8-4Antibodies for cancer therapy
  • Track 8-5Antibody Repertoire Libraries
  • Track 8-6Synthetic antibody libraries
  • Track 8-7Medical Imaging
  • Track 8-8Other uses of Antibodies

Clinical biochemistry is a study of chemical and biochemical mechanisms of the body in relation to diseases mostly through the analysis of body fluid such as urine, blood and other body fluid. It is done by producing and validating the results of chemical and biochemical analyses. Biochemical tests are designed to detect these changes qualitatively or quantitatively compared to results from healthy people. Clinical biochemistry uses a broad range of analytical techniques for example, molecular diagnostics, measurement of enzyme activities, spectrophotometry, electrophoresis, the separation of molecules based on physical characteristics and immunoassays.

Forensic Biochemistry/Science is the utilization of science to criminal and civil laws. Forensic scientists collect, preserve & inspects experimental confirmation over the period of an investigation. While some forensic scientists reach to the crime scene to collect the proof themselves, others involve a laboratory part and execute their analysis on objects brought to them by other people.

 

  • Track 9-1Drug monitoring
  • Track 9-2Research and statistics
  • Track 9-3Laboratory medicine
  • Track 9-4Forensic arts
  • Track 9-5Digital forensics
  • Track 9-6DNA fingerprinting
  • Track 9-7Forensic criminalistics

Pharmaceutical Biochemistry consist the knowledge of biochemistry & chemistry and it also applies to the production of many useful drugs. The research activities of the Pharmaceutical Biochemistry consist of drug discovery and development process, providing an interface that brings together pharmaceutical chemistry, biochemistry, structural biology, computational chemistry and bio pharmaceutics. It provides a complete understanding of all chemical processes occurring and associated with living cells at the molecular level that is related to drug action. It also helps to gain awareness on the adverse effects, molecular targets and characterization of drugs or other chemical substance within the living cells & organisms.

 

  • Track 10-1Drug delivery
  • Track 10-2The drug action
  • Track 10-3Clinical pharmacology
  • Track 10-4Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacodynamics

Cardiac Biochemistry includes the biochemical mechanisms and properties underlying normal cardiovascular function and diseases such as heart failure. The molecular properties and regulatory mechanisms are regulating the function of G protein-coupled receptors. The adrenergic receptors for adrenaline and associated molecules are used as model systems. The cardiovascular system & the biochemistry of grafts are used in heart surgery.

 

  • Track 11-1Clinical Biochemistry aspects of cardiovascular disease
  • Track 11-2Biochemistry of cardiac muscle and lung
  • Track 11-3Biochemistry and physiology of cardiac muscle
  • Track 11-4Clinical biochemistry changes associated with acute coronary syndrome

Biophysical techniques are a method to study the structure, properties, dynamics or function of biomolecules at an atomic or molecular level. They encompass a range of techniques including microscopy, spectroscopy, electrophysiology, single-molecule methods and molecular modeling.

 

  • Track 12-1Biophotonics
  • Track 12-2Chromatography
  • Track 12-3Electrophysiology
  • Track 12-4Microscopy & Imaging
  • Track 12-5Modeling & Simulation

Metabolic Biochemistry is the process occurring in living cells to extract, convert and store energy from nutrients comprising of a complex network of chemical reactions within the  a cell. The metabolic chemical reactions are carried out in a sequence called metabolic pathway with the help of enzymes. From here arise academic disciplines such as bioenergetics, Nutritional Biochemistry and clinical organic chemistry. The processing framework is the arrangement of science and strategies committed to complete investigation of the framework including the arrangement of particles that are metabolic intermediates and auxiliary metabolites, which can be found in a biological system.

 

  • Track 13-1Metabolic Bone Disease
  • Track 13-2Drug metabolism
  • Track 13-3Tissue homogenisation
  • Track 13-4The three-dimensional structure of proteins
  • Track 13-5Hormonal regulation and integration of mammalian metabolism

Clinical pathology covers a large varies of laboratory functions and supports the identification of disease exploitation laboratory testing of blood and different bodily fluids, tissues, and microscopic analysis of individual cells. Clinical pathologists are health care suppliers with special training who usually through all of the special divisions of the laboratory.

 

  • Track 14-1Diagnosis in Clinical Research
  • Track 14-2Medical & Clinical Reviews
  • Track 14-3Cellular & Molecular Pathology
  • Track 14-4Clinical & Experimental Pathology
  • Track 14-5Clinical Molecular Pathology
  • Track 14-6Clinical Pathology in Veterinary
  • Track 14-7Comparative Clinical Pathology

Gene expression is the procedure by which genetic commands are used to synthesize gene products. These products are usually proteins, which go on to perform essential functions as enzymes, hormones and receptors. Therefore, the thousands of genes expressed in a particular cell determine what that cell can do. Moreover, each step in the flow of information from DNA to RNA to protein provides the cell with a potential control point for self-regulating its purposes by regulating the amount and type of proteins it manufactures.

Genetic engineering denotes to the direct manipulation of DNA to alter an organism’s features in a particular way. Genetic engineering is the process of manually adding new DNA to an organism. The goal is to improve one or more new traits that are not already found in that organism. Genetic engineering is now a routine research tool with model organisms. Many organisms have been genetically modified for applications in agriculture, industrial biotechnology, and medicine.

 

  • Track 15-1Gene therapy
  • Track 15-2The human genome
  • Track 15-3Modern evolution in DNA
  • Track 15-4BioArt and entertainment
  • Track 15-5Genetic code and regulation
  • Track 15-6Molecular Genetics

Protein Engineering is the procedure of creating helpful proteins and it research happens into the comprehension of collapsing and acknowledgment for protein plan standards. Analysts will have further point by point learning on In vitro development of proteins, Aspects of Biocatalysis, Advances in designing proteins for Biocatalysis, Protein Engineered Biomaterials and many subjects.

 

  • Track 16-1Advances in engineering proteins for biocatalysis
  • Track 16-2Protein engineering design and selection
  • Track 16-3Computational protein engineering
  • Track 16-4Applications of genomics

Epidemiology is a quantitative discipline built on a working knowledge of probability, statistics, and sound research methods. It is a method of causal reasoning based on developing and testing hypotheses pertaining to occurrence and prevention of morbidity and mortality; and also a tool for public health action to promote and protect the public's health based on science, causal reasoning, and a dose of practical common sense. Originally, epidemiology was concerned with epidemics of communicable diseases. The discipline was extended to endemic communicable diseases and non-communicable infectious diseases. Modern epidemiology has been applied to chronic diseases, injuries, birth defects, maternal-child health, occupational health, and environmental health. Now, even behaviors related to health and well-being (amount of exercise, seat-belt use, etc.) are recognized as valid subjects for applying epidemiologic methods. 

 

  • Track 17-1Communicable and non-communicable epidemiology
  • Track 17-2Novel methods of epidemiology
  • Track 17-3Nutritional Status

Biochemical pathways help a lot in understanding the cancer cells. The transforming nature of the cancer cells can be better understood through the biochemical program of quantitative and qualitative imbalance.In this generation, treatment of cancer is evolving through many new methods.

  • Track 18-1Cancer metabolisms
  • Track 18-2Novel approaches to cancer treatment

Animal Biochemistry is the study of various synthetic reactions going on in the body of animal for life. The exploration concentrate on animal’s natural chemistry profoundly pertinent to the comprehension of real parts of veterinary science and creature cultivation in order to comprehend the digestion system and capacity of creatures in well-being and sickness. Animal Biochemistry researches are also related to applied sciences such as animal nutrition, dairy science, pharmacology, animal physiology, animal genetics, clinical pathology, medicine and so on.

Plant Biochemistry is a field of biochemistry which also includes molecular mechanisms of plant life. Plant biochemistry is concluded applied biological science, which now at a revolutionary phase of its development or improvement, is in a position to contribute to the solution of important economic problems. Plant Biochemistry is included the biochemistry of intermediary metabolism and the secondary plant compounds, as well as molecular biology and other sections of plant sciences such as plant physiology and the cell biology of plants, co-operate closely with one another.

 

  • Track 19-1Animal and Plant gene technology
  • Track 19-2New approaches in animal and plant biotechnology
  • Track 19-3Metabolism of animals and plants
  • Track 19-4Diagnostics and researches

Obesity is an uncharacteristic or excessive body fat accretion. It is recognized by a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher. Metabolic syndrome is accompanying with the risk of developing cardiovascular disease and Type 2 diabetes. Insulin conflict, metabolic disease, and pre-diabetes are closely interconnected to one another and have overlapping aspects. The syndrome is thought to be caused by an underlying disorder of energy exploitation and storage. The source of the syndrome is an area of on-going medical research. Complications triggered comprise cardiovascular disorders (particularly in people with excess abdominal fat), diabetes mellitus, assured cancers, cholelithiasis, fatty liver, cirrhosis, osteoarthritis, reproductive syndromes in men and women, psychological disorders, and, for people with BMI ≥ 35, premature death.

 

 

  • Track 20-1Sarcopenic Obesity
  • Track 20-2Lipid Control in Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome
  • Track 20-3Quantitative trait and Obesity
  • Track 20-4Obstructive Sleep Apnea
  • Track 20-5Metabolic Bone Disease

Computational Chemists are developed and applied the computer programs to answer key questions in biochemistry. They improve the model, predict, visualize, and analyse the structures, functions, and interactions of biologically important molecules. Computational chemistry is a division of chemistry that uses computer replication to assist in solving chemical problems. This field of science is used for methods of theoretical chemistry, incorporated into efficient computer programs, to calculate the structures and properties of molecules and solids.

Chemical biology is that the subdivision of science wherever the study of the chemicals & chemical responses concerned in biological processes, incorporating the disciplines of bioorganic chemistry, biochemistry, cell biology and pharmacological medicine.

 

  • Track 21-1Molecular mechanics and Molecular Sensing
  • Track 21-2Molecular mechanics and Molecular Sensing
  • Track 21-3Using of siRNA tools
  • Track 21-4Chemical methods to stem-cell biology
  • Track 21-5Bio organic and inorganic Chemistry
  • Track 21-6Chemical amalgamation of peptide

The Food Biochemistry gathering plans to enhance understanding of detailed composition of foods, especially food components that have beneficial effects on human health. It include utilization of modern chemical and biochemical analytical methods of food components and their reactions, model systems to study their reactions and efficient statistical tools for data analysis to get the maximum informative value.

Nutritional biochemistry is the study of nutrition as a science. It deals with various studies in nutrients, food constituents and their function regarding humans and other mammals, nutritional biochemistry specifically focuses on nutrient chemical components, and how they function biochemically, physiologically, metabolically, as well as their impact on disease. Nutritional Biochemical research is mostly involved upon defining dietary and nutritional needs in sick and healthy individuals and the reduction of side effects of pharmaceutical drugs.

 

  • Track 22-1 Principles of package development
  • Track 22-2Shelf-life of packaged food products
  • Track 22-3Novel methods using in packaging development
  • Track 22-4Novel methods using in packaging development
  • Track 22-5Novel methods using in packaging development
  • Track 22-6Novel methods using in packaging development
  • Track 22-7Development in dairy products
  • Track 22-8Advance development in nutritional products

Bioarchaeology exists the study of bones and alternative biological resources found in archeological remains so as to be liable for data regarding human life or the surroundings in the past.

Bone chemistry covers emerging as important research areas in archaeology, biological anthropology, and paleontology. With suitable controls, the inorganic & organic chemical composition of bones & teeth which can provide information about past diet and habitat use. Chemical signatures are used to address individual dietary inconsistency in early hominid fossils, paleontological remains, and more recent human and faunal populations.

 

  • Track 23-1Osteoarchaeology
  • Track 23-2Paleopathology
  • Track 23-3Odontometrics
  • Track 23-4Biocultural anthropology
  • Track 23-5Non Specific Stress indicators