We are glad to welcome all the participants to 25th Edition of International Conference on Biotechnology schedule on July 15-16, 2020 in London, UK. The conference Theme: "Challenges for Biotechnology during Covid -19" that focuses to share novel approaches related to biotechnology and exploring the challenges concerning excellence in research and advancements, we are pleased to invite all Biotechnologists, Professors, Researchers, scientists, Business Giants, CEOs, COOs, Directors, Vice Presidents, Co-directors, Managing Directors, Industry Safety Officers, Environmental & Plant Scientists, Post Doctorate Fellows, Vendors of Consumer Products/ Managers, Pharmaceutical Scientists, Students from the Biotechnology and its allied areas.
This International Biotechnology Conferences proceedings include symposiums and workshops, keynote speeches, plenary talks, poster sessions and panel discussion on latest research developments in the field of Biotechnology.
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Sessions and Tracks
Track 1:- Medical and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Medical biotechnology refers to a medicinal or diagnostic product or a vaccine that consists of or has been produced in living organisms and may be manufactured via recombinant. Medical Biotechnology has a tremendous impact on meeting the needs of patients and their families as it not only encompasses medicines and diagnostics that are manufactured using a biotechnological process, but also gene and cell therapies and tissue engineered products. Today, the majority of innovative medicines, whether manufactured using biotechnology or via a chemical synthesis like a traditional small molecule medicine, as well as many diagnostic products, are made available by applying modern biotechnology in their development and manufacturing.
Pharmaceutical biotechnology is a comparatively new and growing field in which the principles of biotechnology are applied to the designing and production of drugs. Pharmaceutical companies manufacture and market drugs, livestock feed supplements, vitamins, and a host of other products. Consistently, Pharmaceutical companies are one of the most profitable industries in the U.S. with sales exceeding $320 billion per year.
Track 2 :- Mutations
Mutations are alterations to a polymer sequence. If one thinks of the knowledge in polymer as a series of sentences, mutations are errors in writing system the words that frame those sentences. Broadly, mutations comprise 2 classes — somatic mutations and germline mutations.
Somatic mutations occur in their individual physical cells, that refers to the varied cells of one’s body that don't seem to be concerned in reproduction; skin cells for instance. If the replication of a cell with a physical mutation isn't stopped, then the population of aberrant cells can expand. However, physical mutations can't be passed on to associate organism’s offspring.
Germline mutations occur within the germ cells or the generative cells of cellular organisms; gamete or egg cells for instance. Such mutations may be passed on to associate organism’s offspring.
Track 3 :- Biomedical and Bio-Engineering
Biomedical engineering, or bioengineering, is the application of engineering principles to the fields of biology and health care. Bioengineers work with doctors, therapists and researchers to develop systems, equipment and devices in order to solve clinical problems.
Biomedical engineers have developed a number of life-enhancing and life-saving technologies. These include:
• Prosthetics, such as dentures and artificial limb replacements.
• Surgical devices and systems, such as robotic and laser surgery.
• Systems to monitor vital signs and blood chemistry.
• Implanted devices, such as insulin pumps, pacemakers and artificial organs.
• Imaging methods, such as ultrasound, X-rays, particle beams and magnetic resonance.
• Diagnostics, such as lab-on-a-chip and expert systems.
• Therapeutic equipment and devices, such as kidney dialysis and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS).
• Radiation therapy using particle beams and X-rays.
• Physical therapy devices, such as exercise equipment and wearable tech.
Nano biotechnology is the multidisciplinary subject which combines engineering principles and molecular biology. Nano biotechnology has the potentiality to create biological and biochemical materials and devices at molecular and atomic levels. It presents new class of multifunctional systems and devices for biological analysis with better sensitivity and much specificity. Nano biotechnology subsumes the application of the tools and processes of nanotechnology to control biological systems. The Nano biotechnology includes new techniques such as 3D imagining live cells, real-time imaging, and single molecule imaging bio analytical microarrays and biosensors and microfluidic devices. This discipline helps to indicate the subsume of biological research with various fields of nanotechnology. Concepts that are enhanced through Nano biology comprises: Nano devices (such as biological machines), nanoparticles, and Nano scale phenomena that available within the discipline of nanotechnology. This technical approach to biology allows scientists to envisage and create systems that can be used for biological research. Biologically inspired nanotechnology uses biological systems as the encourisation for technologies not yet created. However, as with nanotechnology and biotechnology, bio nanotechnology does have many potential ethical issues associated with it.
Biotechnology as the name indicates that based on technology the progression of biology. Nowadays the whole world relies on technologies, into that where biology is our Base of life, & when scientists are using technology in biology it is doing wonders. Biotechnology can be used in several fields and sectors. For example in medical therapy, in war-fields (Bio--weapons), In agricultural biology, in reproductive biology, in cell biology, in genetic engineering. There is endless ways in which biotechnology is being used. It is a great combination which actually has the ability to change the impossible into possible.
Track 5 :- Microbial Biochemistry
For thousands of years, microorganisms have been used to supply products such as bread, beer and wine. A second phase of traditional microbial biotechnology began during World War I and resulted in the development of the acetone-butanol and glycerol fermentations, followed by processes yielding, for example, citric acid, vitamins and antibiotics. In the early 1970s, traditional industrial microbiology was merged with molecular biology to yield more than 40 biopharmaceutical products, such as erythropoietin, human growth hormone and interferons. Today, microbiology is a major participant in global industry, especially in the pharmaceutical, food and chemical industries.
Industrial or white biotechnology uses enzymes and micro-organisms to make bio based products in sectors such as chemicals, food and feed, detergents, paper and pulp, textiles and bioenergy. The application of industrial biotechnology has been proven to make significant contributions towards mitigating the impacts of climate change in these and other sectors. In addition to environmental benefits, biotechnology can improve industry’s performance and product value and, as the technology develops and matures, white biotechnology will yield more and more viable solutions for our environment. These innovative solutions bring added benefits for both our climate and our economy.
Track 7 :- Genetic Engineering and rDNA Technology
Genetic engineering is the manipulation of an organism's genome using biotechnology Principles. It is a set of technologies used to change the genetic makeup of cells, including the transfer of genes within and across species domains for the production of improved or novel organisms. Genetic engineering has applications in medicine, research, industry and agriculture and can be used on a wide range of plants, animals and microorganisms. Tissue engineering is the use of a integration of cells, engineering and materials principles, and suitable biochemical and physicochemical factors to improve or replace biological tissues.
Agricultural biotechnology is the area of biotechnology involving applications to agriculture. Agricultural biotechnology has been practiced for a long time, as people have sought to improve agriculturally important organisms by selection and breeding. An example of traditional agricultural biotechnology is the development of disease-resistant wheat varieties by cross-breeding different wheat types until the desired disease resistance was present in a resulting new variety. Modern agricultural biotechnology improves crops in more targeted ways. The best known technique is genetic modification, but the term agricultural biotechnology (or green biotechnology) also covers such techniques as Marker Assisted Breeding, which increases the effectiveness of conventional breeding. Whatever the particular technology used, the crops may be destined for use for food, biomaterials or energy production. Genetic modification means that existing genes are modified or new genes included to give plant varieties desirable characteristics, such as resistance to certain pests or herbicides, or for vitamin fortification. Because only a few genes with known traits are transferred, GM methods are more targeted and faster than traditional breeding. Biotechnology has helped to increase crop productivity by introducing such qualities as disease resistance and increased drought tolerance to the crops. Plant biotechnology is the technique used to manipulate the plants for specific needs or requirement. In traditional process seed is the major source for germinating a new plant but the advance method is independent that combines multiple needs to get the required traits.
Animal biotechnology can improve an animal’s impact on the environment using molecular biology techniques to genetically engineer animals to improve their suitability for agriculture, industrial and pharmaceutical applications. Animal biotechnology has the wide range of applications including creating transgenic animals, using gene knock out technology to make animals with a specific inactivated gene, use of animal organs in humans to enhances the ability to detect, treat and prevent diseases. To know more about the latest innovations and techniques that have been advanced in animal biotechnology engage with us at biotechnology congress.
• Animal Feed and Nutrition
• Transgenic Animals
• Animal Models of Human Diseases
• Genome Sequence Analysis
• Applications of Animal Cell Culture
• Cell and Tissue Engineering
Bioenergy is renewable energy made available from materials derived from biological sources. Biomass is any organic material which has stored sunlight in the form of chemical energy. As a fuel it may include wood, wood waste, straw, manure, sugarcane etc. Bio-products are the application of plant-derived resources as an alternative to non-renewable matter. This sustainable approach considers the entire product life cycle from its agricultural origin to its overall renewability. Bio based innovation in the production and content of commonly used items assures consumers of improved environmental well-being without compromising product performance.
Track 10 :- Reproductive and Stem Cell Biotechnology
Reproductive Biotechnology encompasses all current and anticipated uses of technology in human and animal reproduction, including assisted reproductive technology, contraception and others. Efficient reproductive performance and monitoring are imperative for sustainability in any livestock production system, especially for milk, meat, draft, and replacement animals. In recent times, there has been increasing challenges for increasing productivity and disease with altering climate. These targets, thought to some extent, can be achieved by conventional reproduction techniques. Advent and use of modern reproductive technologies have opened many avenues to study, treat and manipulate the reproductive phenomenon both in vitro and in vivo to improve reproductive performance in various domestic species of livestock.
Stem cell biotechnology is an innovative field of Science Research and technology that develops therapeutics through manipulation of stem cells that is useful in regenerative medicine. stem cell technology offers hope of effective treatment for a variety of malignant and non-malignant diseases. You can understand current research topics on stem cells, types of stem cell such as hematopoietic and non-hematopoietic stem cells, techniques used in stem cell transplantation, tissue regeneration and stem cell banking. The stem cell biotechnology session in Biotechnology Congress will deliver novel therapeutic techniques and advancements in stem cell biotechnology.
• Stem Cell Transplantation
• Tissue Regeneration and Therapeutics
• Stem Cell Banking
• Human Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine
• Genome Editing in Stem Cells
• Plant Stem Cells & Veterinary Stem Cells and their Applications
Track 11:- Down Stream Processing
Downstream process refers to the recovery and also the purification of synthesis merchandise, significantly prescription drugs, from natural sources like animal or plant structure or fermentation broth, as well as the usage of saved parts and also the correct treatment and disposal of waste. it's a vital step within the manufacture of prescription drugs like antibiotics, hormones (e.g. hypoglycemic agent and humans growth hormone), antibodies (e.g. Remicade and abciximab) and vaccines; antibodies and enzymes employed in diagnostics; industrial enzymes; and natural fragrance and flavor compounds.
• Removal of insoluble
• Product isolation
• Product purification
• Product sharpening
Track 12:- Bioremediation and Biodegradation
Bioremediation is a term used in biotechnology which is helping in cleaning the environment. It’s a process in which the microorganisms or their enzymes are used to clean up environment which is contaminated. With the help of microorganisms certain compounds that are contaminating the environment are degraded.it is one of the solutions that are used to reduce the pollution. There are 2 types of bioremediation. In Biodegredation organic compounds are degraded or broken down with the help of microorganisms. The organic compound that is degraded is usually the animal and plant waste which is converted into certain elements that are returned to the environment and are used again usually by plants. The artificial compounds may also be bio degraded but these compounds must resemble the animal or plant waste or organic compounds. With the help of this biodegradation the elements or the nutrients are returned to the environment. It is a very important process. Usually the materials like certain plastics are manufactured focusing on the aspect that it should be biodegradable which can be degraded easily into simpler compounds. Biomass is an industry term for getting energy by burning wood, and other organic matter. Burning biomass releases carbon emissions, around a quarter higher than burning coal, but has been classed as a "renewable" energy source in the EU and UN legal frameworks, because plants can be regrown. Bioenergy is renewable energy made available from materials derived from biological sources. Biomass is any organic material which has stored sunlight in the form of chemical energy.
Track 13:- Environmental and Marine Biotechnology
Environmental biotechnology is biotechnology that is applied to and used to study the natural environment. Environmental biotechnology could also imply that one try to harness biological process for commercial uses and exploitation. The International Society for Environmental Biotechnology defines environmental biotechnology as "the development, use and regulation of biological systems for remediation of contaminated environments (land, air, water), and for environment-friendly processes.
Aquaculture and Marine Biotechnology is the use of science and engineering for the development of diagnostics, culture technology in non-traditional species and production of vaccines, Marine pharmaceuticals, biomaterials, bio-adhesives, bio-flocculent, bio-surfactants, medical implants. By attending the conference, you can learn new feed development, fish nutrition, breeding and reproduction, value addition for enhancement of aquaculture productivity, biopolymers, bio-plastics, Novel enzymes, Biosensors and Bioremediation. Join us to know more regarding this topic at Biotechnology Congress.
Environmental Applications of Aquatic Biotechnology
• Marine Animal Health
• Algal Biology and their Applications
• Marine Natural Products and their Medical Potential
• Marine Organisms in Terrestrial Agriculture
• Marine Bioactive Compounds
Track 14:- Anti-HIV Exploitation Nanotechnology
Nanorobots are nanodevices that may be used for the aim of maintaining and protective the flesh against pathogens. IDS is that the condition whereby the body's specific weapons system against all infectious agents not functions properly. there's a targeted loss over time of immune cell operate, that permits intrusion by many completely different infectious agents, the results of that is loss of the power of the body to fight infection and also the future acquisition of diseases like respiratory illness. Most animal cells ar 10,000 to 20,000 nanometers in diameter. this implies that nanoscale devices (having a minimum of one dimension but one hundred nanometers) will enter cells and also the organelles within them to move with deoxyribonucleic acid and proteins.
Track 15 :- Food and Nutritional Biotechnology
Recently many advances in food industry represent the great role of food biotechnology achieved with the application of technology such as food preservation, food processing, canning, fermentation and modification of genes of plants, animals and microorganisms to reach current market level. Nutritional biotechnology describes nutrition process as well as the components of food, the balance of nutrition in food and their reaction in health and improves global food security that would interest in both the developing and developed countries
• Food Processing and Preservation Techniques
• Food Packaging Technologies
• Food Additives and Unhealthiness
• Food Management and Applications in Food Industry
• Non-Thermal Food Processing
• Dietary Management
• Nutrition and Human Behavior
Track 16:- Hybridoma Technology
Hybridoma Technology is that the technology during which hybrid cells are made by fusing a particular protein manufacturing B-cell with metastatic tumor cell . The method begin by injecting a particular substance into a mouse and collect the antibodies manufacturing cell from the spleen and fuse with the metastatic tumor cells , each of this fusing partner provide hybrid cell referred to as somatic cells . Currently these cells are transferred to a medium during which the metastatic tumor cells die , however the hybridomas survive . So these cells are transferred into HAT medium and aminopterin also are additional .
Genomics attempts to make use of the vast wealth of data produced by genomics projects to describe gene and protein function. Proteomics deals with the study of proteomes and their functions. This session will discourse about the genomic approaches for the enhancement of quality characteristics in the crop plant, analysis and characterization of proteins and metabolites, transcriptomics, genome editing, gene therapy. Proteomics approaches for the protein-protein interaction, mass spectrometric and computational techniques. Utilize this Biotechnology Congress as the best stage to know more about the recent advances in biotechnology in an efficient manner.
• Analysis and Characterization of Proteins and Metabolites
• Genome Editing
• Gene Therapy
• Protein-Protein interaction
• Mass spectrometric and Computational techniques
Track 18:- Cell Science & Cell Biology
Cell biology is a branch of biology that studies the different structures and functions of the cell and focuses mainly on the idea of the cell as the basic unit of life. Cell biology explains the structure, organization of the organelles they contain, their physiological properties, metabolic processes, Signaling pathways, life cycle, and interactions with their environment. This is done both on a microscopic and molecular level as it encompasses prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells. Knowing the components of cells and how cells work is fundamental to all biological sciences; it is also essential for research in bio-medical fields such as cancer, and other diseases. Research in cell biology is closely related to genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology, immunology, and developmental biology.
• Cell Science
• Internal Cellular Structures
• Growth and Development
• Other Cellular Processes
The applied biotechnology major deals with the scientific background and laboratory experience necessary for the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, or for advanced study in the applications of biotechnology and molecular biology for the use and improvement of plants, animals, and micro-organisms. In addition, it can be to prepare for professional programs in medicine. Multi discipline science of interest in chemistry, biotechnology, microbiology. This interdisciplinary major brings together areas of study such as animals, food science, forestry, entomology, and plants to improve the knowledge and skills necessary to use biotechnology for the improvement of plants, animals, and microorganisms. Gaining theoretical as well as hands-on knowledge in the areas of molecular biology, structural biology and biotechnology furthermore, studies in the areas of protein engineering, synthetic biology and molecular biotechnology for renewable energy. Thanks to the courses in project management, marketing and entrepreneurship, one will also gain insight into business management and learn how projects are planned and carried out in the bio¬technology industry.
• Applied Microbiology
• Molecular Biotechnology
• Synthetic Biology
The societal impact of the genetic engineering revolution is only beginning to be felt in the marketplace, and most molecular biologists agree that the biotechnology industry is only in its infancy. Because of the need for substantial investment of venture capital for research and development of new products, and the long time and additional capital required to bring a product to market, many new companies have struggled and remained small. Many also have folded or have been acquired by larger companies. However, as more products are approved by federal regulatory agencies and begin to yield profits for the companies involved, it is likely that this industry will mature and expand significantly to provide excellent opportunities for students with training in the biological sciences and chemistry. Industries that are especially large and active developers of biotechnology include the pharmaceutical industry, food and natural products processing industries and agricultural (plant and animal) industries.
Track 20:-Bio-Safety and Bioethics
National And International Level Biosafety Regulations In most of developing countries, biosafety regulation is still in its infancy. Appropriate biosafety regulations are one of the prerequisites for a successful transfer of biotechnology to and, among developing countries. Important issues in the debate on biotechnology regulation are the uplifting of field trials, systematising of regulations, and capacity development in developing countries. The regulation of biosafety is a tool for the safe deployment of biotechnology applications into the environment. It is rather a specialised form of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), focussing on the biological consequences of applying Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). As a part of EIA, the nature of the organism, the environment in which the organism is to be released, and the interaction of such species, with reference to intraspecific and interspecific are to be analysed. Field trials constitute a major part of the transgenic plants impact assessments, however, biosafety concerns all Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). TRIALS ON–FIELD Among several industrialized countries, biosafety regulations have been implemented since the mid 1980s; however, there are significant differences among some of these countries. Good experience has been established, both in the regulatory process as well as in analysing the environmental impact of transgenic crops through small demonstration trials.
Track 21 :- Gene Silencing and DNA methylation process
Gene silencing is outlined as Associate in Nursing epigenetic modification of organic phenomenon resulting in inactivation of antecedently active genes. Epigenetic modification doesn't alter the deoxyribonucleic acid sequence. Factor silencing is employed within the course of traditional development and differentiation to repress genes whose merchandise don't seem to be needed in specific cell sorts or tissues.
DNA methylation may be a common mechanism of epigenetic regulation in eukaryotic organisms starting from fungi to mammals. In mammals, deoxyribonucleic acid methylation patterns ar established and maintained by 3 deoxyribonucleic acid methyl transferases: Dnmt3a, Dnmt3b, and Dnmt1.
Track 22:-Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine
Biomaterials are those materials which are usually made of multiple components that interact with biological system. Biomaterials are normally used in medical application like drug delivery, therapeutics, and diagnostics to replace a natural function. The most commonly used biomaterials are polymers. All biomaterials meet certain criteria and regulatory requirements before they can be qualified for use in medical applications. Biomaterial Science has a broad scope that covers the fundamental science of biomaterials through to their biomedical applications.
Regenerative medicine is the branch of medicine that develops methods to repair or replace damaged or diseased cells, organs or tissues. Regenerative medicine includes the generation and use of therapeutic stem cells, tissue engineering and the production of artificial organs. One of the greatest needs for regenerative therapy is in the field of whole organ replacement. The first bone marrow and solid-organ transplants were done years ago. But advances in developmental and cell biology, immunology, and other fields are new opportunities to refine existing regenerative therapies and develop new ones.
• Whole organ replacement
• Molecular Organization of cells
• Bone marrow
• Regenerative Therapies
Track 23 : Bone Marrow Transplantation
A bone marrow transplant is a procedure to interchange broken or destroyed bone marrow with healthy bone marrow stem cells.
Autologous bone marrow transplant : The term automobile suggests that self. Stem cells are aloof from you before you receive high-dose therapy or radiation treatment.
Allogeneic bone marrow transplant : The term allo suggests that different. Stem cells are off from another person, referred to as a donor. Most times, the donor's genes should a minimum of partially match your genes. Special tests area unit done to envision if a donor could be a sensible match for you.
Umbilical cord blood transplant : This is a kind of allogeneic transplant. Stem cells are off from a newborn baby's fetal membrane right once birth.
Systems biology is the computational and mathematical modeling of complex biological systems. It is a biology-based interdisciplinary field of study that focuses on complex interactions within biological systems, using a holistic approach holism instead of the more traditional reductionism to biological research.
Intellectual property protection for biotechnology is currently in a state of flux. Whilst it used to be the case that living organisms were largely excluded from protection, attitudes are now changing and increasingly biotechnology is receiving some form of protection. These changes have largely taken place in the USA and other industrialized countries, but as other countries wish to compete in the new biotechnological markets, they are likely to change their national laws in order to protect and encourage investment in biotechnology.
Track 25:- 3D Printed Organs
A printable organ is an designed appliance appropriate for organ substitution, created exploitation procedures analogous to 3D printing. the first use of printable organs is in transplantation. a couple of written organs square measure on the brink of being appropriate for clinical usage
Drop-based bio printing makes cellular developments utilizing droplets of a allotted material, that has often been combined with a cell line. Upon contact with the substrate surface, every bead starts to polymerize, shaping a much bigger structure as droplets begin to coalesce
Extrusion bio printing includes the consistent statement of a selected printing material Associate in nursing cell line from an extruder, a form of moveable print head. This tends to be a lot of controlled and gentler handle for material or cell statement, and permits for a lot of noteworthy cell densities to be used among the event of 3D tissue or organ structures.
Track 26:- Enzyme & Protein Engineering
Protein engineering is varying the structure of a protein to perk up or amend its properties. This unit summarizes concepts for protein engineering using rational design, directed evolution, and combinations of them. Different strategies are offered for identifying the best mutagenesis method, how to make out desired variants by screening or selection. This should enable researchers to choose the most hopeful tools to solve their protein engineering challenges. It is the process of mounting useful or valuable proteins. It is a young discipline, through much research taking place into the sympathetic of protein folding and recognition for protein design principles. There are two general strategies for protein engineering, 'rational' protein design and directed evolution. Using computational methods, a protein with a novel fold has been designed. The engineering of fusion proteins has yielded rilonacept, a pharmaceutical which has secured FDA approval for the healing of cryopyrin associated periodic syndrome. The prospects for protein engineering, including the roles of x-ray crystallography, chemical synthesis of DNA, computer modeling of protein structure and folding. It is now possible to stab to modify many different properties of proteins by combining information on crystal structure and protein chemistry with artificial gene synthesis. Such techniques tender the potential for altering protein structure and function in ways not possible by any other method.
Track27 :- BioInformatics
Bioinformatics refers to the computational ways of analysis, examination, overseeing, and storage of natural information. Bioinformatics include the examination of organic data utilizing PCs and measurable systems, the exploration of creating and using PC databases and calculations to quicken and improve natural research. Bioinformatics is utilized as a part of breaking down genomes, proteomes (protein arrangements), three-dimensional demonstration of biomolecules and biologic systems etc.
• Immuno- and Chemo-informatics
• Glyco Bioinformatics
• Signal processing
• Functional & Structural genomics
• Sequence alignment
Track 28 :- Cell Biology and Immunology
Cell biology (formerly called cytology, from the Greek κυτος, kytos, "vessel") is a branch of biology that studies the different structures and functions of the cell and focuses mainly on the idea of the cell as the basic unit of life. Cell biology explains the structure and organization of the organelles they contain. It includes the physiological properties, metabolic processes, signaling pathways, life cycle, and interactions with their environment. This is done both on a microscopic and molecular level as it encompasses prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells. Knowing the components of cells and how cells work is fundamental to all biological sciences; it is also essential for research in bio-medical fields such as cancer, and other diseases. Research in cell biology is closely related to genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology, immunology, and developmental biology.
Immunology is a branch of biology that covers the study of immune systems in all organisms. Immunology charts, measures, and contextualizes the: physiological functioning of the immune system in states of both health and diseases; malfunctions of the immune system in immunological disorders (such as autoimmune diseases, hypersensitivities, immune deficiency, and transplant rejection); the physical, chemical and physiological characteristics of the components of the immune system in vitro, in situ, and in vivo. Immunology has applications in numerous disciplines of medicine, particularly in the fields of organ transplantation, oncology, virology, bacteriology, parasitology, psychiatry, and dermatology
Epigenetics could be a new field that explains organic phenomenon at the body substance structure and organization level. 3 principal epigenetic mechanisms area unit celebrated and many mixtures among them will develop completely different constitution characteristics. DNA methylation, simple protein modifications and little RNAs are known, and their functions area unit being studied so as to grasp the mechanisms of interaction and regulation among the various biological processes in plants.
Epigenetic mechanisms area unit regarding plant factor regulation and composition area unit changed, could be a major topic to develop within the close to future so as to extend crop productivity. Thus, the importance of epigenetics in up crop productivity is beyond question growing.
Track 30 :- Bioinformatics and Biosensor
Bioinformatics is the application of computer technology for the management of biological information. Biological and genetic information can be gathered, stored, analyzed and integrated by computers for further gene-based drug discovery and development. This scientific field is essential for understanding human diseases and identifying new molecular targets for drug discovery by using genomic information. Biosensors are analytical devices which can be used for the detection of an analyte by combining a biological component with a physicochemical detector. Generally, the main purpose of a biosensor is to quickly test a sample for the presence of a target analyte. Biomolecules are generally used as the recognition component for the biosensor.
Track 31:- Biochemistry and Biophysics
Biochemistry is the branch of science that explores the chemical processes within and related to living organisms. It is a laboratory based science that brings together biology and chemistry. By using chemical knowledge and techniques, biochemists can understand and solve biological problems.
Biochemistry focuses on processes happening at a molecular level. It focuses on what’s happening inside our cells, studying components like proteins, lipids and organelles. It also looks at how cells communicate with each other, for example during growth or fighting illness. Biochemists need to understand how the structure of a molecule relates to its function, allowing them to predict how molecules will interact.
Biochemistry covers a range of scientific disciplines, including genetics, microbiology, forensics, plant science and medicine. Because of its breadth, biochemistry is very important and advances in this field of science over the past 100 years have been staggering. It’s a very exciting time to be part of this fascinating area of study.
Biophysics has been critical to understanding the mechanics of how the molecules of life are made, how different parts of a cell move and function, and how complex systems in our bodies—the brain, circulation, immune system, and others— work. Biophysics is a vibrant scientific field where scientists from many fields including math, chemistry, physics, engineering, pharmacology, and materials sciences, use their skills to explore and develop new tools for understanding how biology—all life—works.
Physical scientists use mathematics to explain what happens in nature. Life scientists want to understand how biological systems work. These systems include molecules, cells, organisms, and ecosystems that are very complex. Biological research in the 21st century involves experiments that produce huge amounts of data. How can biologists even begin to understand this data or predict how these systems might work?This is where biophysicists come in. Biophysicists are uniquely trained in the quantitative sciences of physics, math, and chemistry and they are able tackle a wide array of topics, ranging from how nerve cells communicate, to how plant cells capture light and transform it into energy, to how changes in the DNA of healthy cells can trigger their transformation into cancer cells, to so many other biological problems.
Track 32:- Molecular Modelling and Drug Designing
Molecular modelling has become a valuable and essential tool to medicinal chemists within the drug design process. Molecular modelling designates the generation, manipulation or representation of three-dimensional structures of molecules and associated physico-chemical properties. The aim of this review is to offer an overview of studies within the field of medicinal chemistry during which molecular modelling has helped within the discovery process of latest drugs.
The traditional way of drug discovery is that the experimental screening of huge collections of chemicals against a biological target (high-throughput screening or HTS) for identifying new lead compounds.
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International Biotechnology Journals
Supported Journals of USA
Journal of Biotechnology || Electronic Journal of Biotechnology || Nature Biotechnology || Trends in Biotechnology || Current Opinion in Biotechnology || Plant Biotechnology Journal || Biotechnology Advances || Trends in Food Science and Technology || Biotechnology for Biofuels || Bioconjugate Chemistry || Molecular Nutrition and Food Research || Food Control || Biotechnology and Bioengineering || Biomedical Optics Express || Journal of Biomolecular Screening || Computational and Structural Biotechnology Journal
Supported Journals of Europe
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology || New Biotechnology || Marine Biotechnology || Journal of Biotechnology || Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology || Biochemical Engineering Journal || BMC Biotechnology || Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology || Yeast || Journal of Applied Microbiology || Biological Cybernetics || Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering || Cellular Reprogramming || Biotechnology Progress || Biotechnology Reports || Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology || World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology || Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Reviews ||
Supported Journals of Asia
Plant Biotechnology Reports || Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology || Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology || Plant Biotechnology || Bioscience, Biotechnology and Biochemistry || Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology || Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology || Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering || Preparative Biochemistry and Biotechnology || Food Science and Biotechnology || Journal of Microbial and Biochemical Technology || Horticulture Environment and Biotechnology || Food Science and Technology || Recent Patents on Biotechnology || Animal Biotechnology || Applied Bionics and Biomechanics || International Journal of Food Engineering || Journal of Healthcare Engineering || Food Biotechnology || Health and Technology
Forensic DNA Analyst || Crime Lab Technician || Quality Control Analyst || Quality Control Engineer || Biotechnology Laboratory Technician || Biotechnology Research Associate || Assistant Professor of Food Biotechnology || Exciting PhD Positions in Modern Biology || Postdoctoral Researchers - Rapid Identification of Auto-Antigens in Autoimmune Diseases || Principal Investigator || Postdoc position in the area of Microbial Evolution and Cell Factory Engineering || PhD positions Single-molecule protein sequencing and analysis with nanopores || Operational Director Biotechnologies & Compound Screening || Analyst || Analytical Lab Technician || Analytical Services Chemist || Assay Development Specialist || Assistant Field Technician || Assistant Technician || Associate Professor || Bioanalytical Scientist || Biochemist || Bioinformatics Research Scientist || Biology Professor || Business Analyst || Business System Analyst || Cell Biology Scientist || Clinical Research Associate || Bioinformatics Specialist || Animal Caretaker || Production Engineer || Qualiy Assurance (QA) Engineer || Consultant || Discovery Research || Lab Assistant || Clinical Development || Document Assistant || Research Associate || Senior Research Associate || Scientist || Senior Scientist || Research Director || Data Associate || Biostatistician || Research Associate || Medical Writer || Medical Expert || Medical Director || Regulatory Affairs || Document Specialist Regulatory || Associate Labeling Associate || Dossier Management Associate || Director Regulatory Affairs || Specialist Quality Assurance ||
Biotechnology Job Opportunities in EUROPE
Document Specialist Quality Assurance || Associate Quality Assurance || Auditor Quality Assurance Engineer Validation || Associate Validation Specialist || Quality Assurance Director || Process Development || Assistant Process Development || Associate Process Development || Process Development Scientist || Process Development Engineer || Process Development Director || Engineer Health and Safety || Biochemist Quality control || Microbiologist Quality control || Cell Biologist Quality control || Chemist Quality control || Marine Biotechnology || Industrial Biotechnology || Medical Biotechnology || Pharmaceutical Biotechnology || Biotechnology, Bioprocessing and Business Management || Food & Beverage Management Trainee || Culinary/Food & Beverage || Medical Specialist || Healthcare Nursing || Quality control Director || Cell Line Development Manager || Chemical Engineer || Chemical Technician || Climate Data Analyst || Clinical Data Research || Clinical Pharmacology Professor || Clinical Pharmacy Assistant || Clinical Research Coordinator || Clinical Research Director || Compliance Technician || Computational Chemistry Manager || Computer Programmer || Computing Consultant || Conservation Technician || Development Technologist || Drug Evaluator || Drug Regulatory Affairs Manager || Environmental Data Analyst || Environmental Emergencies Assistant || Environmental Emergencies Planner || Environmental Health Scientist || Environmental Project Analyst || Environmental Research Assistant || Environmental Scientist || Environmental Services Representative || Environmental Specialist || Exploration Director || Field Applications Specialist || Field Technician || Financial Analyst || Forensic Chemist || Forensic Scientist || Gene Editing Manager || Genetic Counselor || Grants/Proposal Writer || Groundwater Technician || Hardware Designer || Health Research Assistant || Health Technology Assistant || || Hospital Research Assistant || Immunology Scientist
Medical Communications Director || Medical Physics Researcher || Medical Research Assistant || Medical Research Technician || Medical Scientist || Molecular Biologist || Molecular Scientist || Oncology Researcher || Organic Lab Research Assistant || Pharmaceutical Assistant || Process Inspector || Process Research Manager || Stem Cell Researcher || STEM Career Advisor || Structural Biologist || Structural Engineer || Technology Research Manager || Technology Specialist || Therapeutic Director || Toxicologist || Public Health Specialist || Quality Assistant || Quality Assurance Manager || Quality Assurance Technologist || Quality Control Manager || Quality Control Supervisor || Regulatory Affairs Associate || Regulatory Affairs Director || Regulatory Officer || Rehabilitation Engineering Assistant || Reimbursement Analyst || Research Assistant || Research Chemist || Research Team Leader || Research Technician || Research and Development Associate || Research and Development Chemist || Research and Development Technician || Research and Development Tester || Research Scientist || Researcher || Safety Data Specialist
Biotechnology Societies and Association
Biotechnology Association in Europe :
European Biotechnology Network || EuropaBio European Association for Bioindustries || Drug Information Association (DIA) || Biotechnologie-Industrie-Organisation Deutschland || SBA Swiss Biotech Association || MedTech Europe || Medicines for Europe || ASEBIO Association of then Spanish Biotech Enterprises || Life Science Austria (LISA) || NIABA Netherland's Biotechnology Association || IBIA Irish BioIndustry Association || HBA Hungarian Biotechnology Association || France Biotech || Finnish Bioindustries || European Biopharmaceutical Enterprises || DANISH Association of Biotechnology Industries || CEBR Council of European Bioregions || SwedenBIO || Bio.be Belgian Biotechnology Industry Organisation || ASSOBIOTEC Italian Association for the Development of Biotechnology || Portugal's Biotechnology Industry Organization || Norwegian Bioindustry Association || Acambis || Protherics || Antisoma || Cambridge Antibody Technology || Vernalis || ML Laboratories || Xenova || BioIndustry Association || ImClone Systems
Biotechnology Association in USA:
National Institutes of Health || National Science Foundation || PEW Initiative on Food and Biotechnology || PEW Initiative on Food and Biotechnology || Pharmaceutical Research & Manufactures of America || U.S. Department of Agriculture || Biotech Companies Mexico || iBIO - Illinois Biotechnology Innovation Organization || IBA- The official website of Iowa Biotechnology Association || Biotechnology - American Chemical Society || Society for Applied Biotechnology || Society for Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology (SIMB)Society || Massachusetts Biotechnology Council || Virginia Bio || Oregon Bioscience Association || The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology || Michigan Tech Researchers || Biocom Life Science Association of California || BIO Biotechnology Innovation Organization || USA Life Sciences || NewYorkBio || BioIndustry Association || The Pennsylvania Biotechnology Association || California Life Sciences Association || USW: Biotechnology - US Wheat Associates || Bio Nebraska || AusBiotech || Biogen Idec || MedImmune.
Biotechnology Association in Asia :
Chinese Biopharmaceutical Association || BioIndustry Association || THE BIOTECH RESEARCH SOCIETY || BioCentury || BioHouston || Biotechnology Industry Organization || Food and Drug Administration || Association of Biotechnology Led Enterprises || National Health Council || pfizer || Asian Federation of Biotechnology || BioAsia || Asia Reproductive Biotechnology Society || South Asia Biotechnology Centre || Genencor International || Organization - CropLife Asia || Life Science Pharma Biotechnology || Neurocrine Biosciences || InterMune || Bioniche Life Sciences || ZymoGenetics || International Service for Acquisition of Agri-Biotech Applications || National Biodiesel Board
The global biotechnology market size was estimated at USD 369.62 billion in 2016. Presence of room for partnerships in the sector is expected to drive significant progress in the industry. The companies are focusing on the development of novel techniques and their implementation by collaborating with the other participants. Organizations such as the DBT (Department of Biotechnology) together with government funded institutions and other autonomous organizations representing the biotechnology sector promote funding to support R&D and new product development endeavors.
Rise in demand for these therapeutics and diagnostic solutions on principles of red biotechnology, DNA sequencing, and recombinant technology is anticipated to fuel growth. Increasing prevalence of diseases such as hepatitis B, cancer, and other orphan disorders is expected to fuel demand in this space.
Biotechnology market by application, 2014 - 2025 (USD Billion)
Rise in the demand for food and agricultural products including sugarcane, rice, beans, and wheat owing to the growing population base in U.S., China, and India is expected to raise the importance of these products. In addition, factors such as shortage of water, low yield of crops, pest attacks, and limited availability of agricultural land are encouraging researchers to engage in extensive R&D.
Decreasing prices of DNA sequencing is expected to serve this sector as a high impact rendering growth driver. It is expected to encourage researchers and manufacturers to increase R&D initiatives targeted at understanding genetic variations and developing therapeutic solutions for chronic diseases with large global prevalence such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and cancer.
The optimization of sequencers and their software, as well as the involvement of governments and collaborations between these companies and medical specialists, will be of utmost importance for the success of DNA-sequencing technology.
Health associated applications accounted for the largest share as a result of the higher use of associated products in healthcare industry. Growing prevalence of chronic diseases heightening the demand for new drug development is one of the key factors accounting for the aforementioned conclusion. Moreover, growing demand for personalized medicine and biosimilars is also expected to drive segment growth during the forecast period.
Bioinformatics is expected to witness the fastest growth in the coming years as a consequence of substantial developments in this field. Substantial developments include algorithm designing for efficient storage and management of genomic and proteomic data generated through the studies carried out on plant, animal or human genomes.
Biotechnology market, by region, 2016 (%)
Nanobiotechnology dominated in terms of revenue share in 2016. Nanobiotechnology finds major application in drug delivery therapies for chronic disorders such as cancer. It involves the development of nanoparticle based chemotherapeutic drugs, gold nanoparticles, and quantum dots for molecular diagnosis and nanobiosensors which help in optical imaging and drug delivery. Growing R&D carried out in various companies in discovering new avenues such as microfabricated systems and devices used in the treatment of several acute ailments is a key driving factor of this segment.
Bioinformatics is expected to witness the fastest growth in the coming years. Uptake of cloud based solutions which effectively and robustly manage the parallelization and distribution of input data and user code on many computer nodes is attributive for estimated growth in the bioinformatics based methods. The introduction of cloud computing environment for processing NGS generated data has played a great role as a driving force in current scenario.
North America dominated the overall market in terms of revenue in 2016 at 44.15%. Presence of high R&D investments pertaining to new drug discovery and development are some factors attributing to its large share. The U.S. spends more per capita on healthcare than other countries and has a high growth rate amongst other countries. According to the estimates published by OECD Health Statistics in 2014, it has been estimated that in 2012, U.S. spent nearly 16.9% of its GDP towards healthcare expenditure, which is the highest. The aforementioned fact supports the estimated share of biotechnology market.
Asia Pacific on the other hand, is expected to gain market share during the forecast period owing to the presence of patient awareness, rapidly improving healthcare infrastructure, and rising healthcare expenditure levels in the emerging markets. These markets include the developing economies of China and India.
The industry is fragmented in nature. This market encompasses several small and emerging players along with well-established major players. Some key players in the market are Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc., F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd, Pfizer, Merck & Co., and Sanofi. Large firms are targeting small firms with an operating strategy of acquisition in order to sustain position in the market. For instance, in July 2017, Sanofi announced to acquire Protein Sciences, a U.S. based company which deals with the R&D of vaccines, in the third quarter of this year. This acquisition by the company aimed at an addition of recombinant based influenza vaccine to its product portfolio.
Segments Covered in the Report
This report forecasts revenue growth at regional & country level and provides an analysis on the latest trends and opportunities in each of the sub-segments from 2014 to 2025. For the purpose of this report, Grand View Research has segmented the biotechnology market on the basis of technology, application, and regions:
Technology Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2014 - 2025)
- DNA Sequencing
- Tissue engineering and Regeneration
- Cell Based Assay
- PCR Technology
- Chromatography Market
Application Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2014 - 2025)
- Food & Agriculture
- Natural Resources & Environment
- Industrial Processing
Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2014 - 2025)
- North America
- Asia Pacific
- Latin America
Middle East and Africa (MEA)
- South Africa