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10th International Conference on Applied Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology, will be organized around the theme “The Ultimate Solution for Advanced and Enhanced Survival”

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Novel aspects of applied microbiology in relation to animal health, It is intended to describe and enhance understanding of the role of microorganisms in animal health and disease, and provides an excellent grounding in microbiology molecular biology, immunology and epidemiology.
This grounding leads into the study of the complex mechanisms of host/microbe interactions that are involved in the pathogenesis of specific animal diseases, and provides insights into diagnosis and interventions, such as vaccines, essential for disease control.
Is concerned with microbial (bacterial, fungal, viral) diseases of domesticated vertebrate animals  (livestock, companion animals, fur-bearing animals, poultry, but excluding fish) that supply food, other useful products or companionship. In addition, Microbial diseases of wild animals living in captivity, or as members of the feral fauna will also be considered if the infections are of interest because of their interrelation with humans and/or domestic animals. 


  • Track 1-1Aquatic Animal Health
  • Track 1-2Animal Biotechnology
  • Track 1-3Zoonoses
The adaptation to certain therapies and medications is what makes the study of microbes so important to the nursing profession.Nurses must have a deep understanding of microbiology in their daily nursing practice.
Although nurses are responsible for caring for their patient, it is not possible to do so without putting health and safety first. Nurses use concepts of microbiology to maintain environments that are free of contamination and infection .Nurses use microbiology in their profession in many ways. When nurses administer smears for the gram positive and negative testing, they use microbiology to analyze the smears for bacterial contamination. Nurses must also use microbiology when it comes to the disposal of biomedical waste of all types. They must determine the proper procedure to handle the waste so that it does not cause infection. The concepts of microbiology help nurses to see beyond what their eyes are able to see. Microbiology helps nursing students build their foundation in the importance of health and safety in the nursing profession. This prerequisite can help nursing students gain a firm grasp of what their day-to-day lives will consist of once they become nurses. Nurses will never look at organisms the same with the help of their Microbiology.


  • Track 2-1Innovations In Nursing Care Education
Dentists are exposed to a wide variety of potentially infectious microorganisms in their clinical environment. Applied Microbiology In Dentistry shares knowledge and understanding about the protocols and procedures necessary for working safely. It renders the dentist with the most common oral micro biota and the most appropriate methods for sterilizing dental clinic equipment. Emphasis is focused on applying the standard guidelines of preventive measures to inhibit cross infection for the best practice in dental clinic. Dentists are subjected to the experience of sample collection by medical lab to emphasize microbial experience. Periodontitis and many other oral diseases affecting millions of people worldwide that is associated with tooth loss and is increasingly considered as a risk factor for systemic diseases such as atherosclerosis. To enable these we occupy a suite of laboratories equipped with bacterial culture, molecular analysis and microscopy (including fluorescence microscopy and TEM). It is collaborated widely with Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology on the structural biology of bacterial virulence enzymes.
It is one of the many facets of Applied Microbiology. It bears on all aspects of pharmacy, from the manufacture and quality control of pharmaceutical products through to an understanding of the mode of action of antibiotics. Other parts of pharmaceutical microbiology incorporate the innovative work of hostile to infective operators, the utilization of microorganisms to identify mutagenic and cancer-causing movement in forthcoming medications, and the utilization of microorganisms in the fabricate of pharmaceutical items like Stem cell and human development hormone, that is responsible for ensuring   medications that do not contain harmful levels of the microbes such as bacteria, viruses, yeast & molds. It mainly focuses the manufacturing techniques, process controls and the finished products it attributes the limit and the harmful effects of microorganisms on the drug product.
  • Track 8-1Clinical Pharmacology
  • Track 8-2Immunoserology
  • Track 8-3Pharmacoepidemiology
  • Track 8-4Antigen-antibody reactions
  • Track 8-5Pharmacogenetics
  • Track 8-6Sterilization Techniques
  • Track 8-7Nutrition Pharmacology
  • Track 8-8Antigen-antibody reactions
  • Track 8-9Bioencapsulation
  • Track 8-10Antimicrobial Drug Development
In this study the micro-organisms used to supply products such as bread, beer and wine. Then in the second phase of traditional microbial biotechnology it resulted in the development of acetone-butanol and glycerol fermentations which follows the processes yielding, for example like citric acid, vitamins and antibiotics. Earlier traditional industrial microbiology was merged with molecular biology to yield more than 40 biopharmaceutical products, such as erythropoietin, human growth hormone and Interferons. So now microbiology is a major part in the global industries.
  • Track 9-1Biochemistry
  • Track 9-2Prokaryotes & Eukaryotes
  • Track 9-3Microbial resistance to antibiotics
  • Track 9-4Microarray Technology
  • Track 9-5Biomarkers
  • Track 9-6Bacterial Transformation
  • Track 9-7Fermentation
  • Track 9-8CRISPR
  • Track 9-93D Cell Culture

The development of morbid conditions or of disease; more specifically the cellular eventsand reactions and other pathologenic mechanisms occurring in the development of disease is pathogenesis. The genetic material of bacteria and plasmids is DNA.The two essential functions of genetic material are replication and expression.Genetic material must replicate accurately so that progeny inherit all of the specific genetic determinants (the genotype) of the parental organism. Expression of specific genetic material under a particular set of growth conditions determines the observable characteristics (phenotype) of the organism. Bacteria have few structural or developmental features that can be observed easily, but they have a vast array of biochemical capabilities and patterns of susceptibility to antimicrobial agents or bacteriophages. These latter characteristics are often selected as the inherited traits to be analyzed in studies of microbial genetics.

  • Track 10-1Synthetic Biology
  • Track 10-2Biosensors
  • Track 10-3Microbial Epidemiology
  • Track 10-4Microbial Pathology
  • Track 10-5Gene Expression
  • Track 10-6Genetic Engineering
Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease keeps you informed of the latest developments in clinical microbiology and the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases. This study is packed with rigorously peer-reviewed articles in Bacteriology, Immunology, Infectious Diseases, Mycology, Parasitology, Applied Microbiology and Virology.
Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease features:
– Informed commentaries on new antibiotics
– Rapid and cost-effective methods in the laboratory
– Instructive case studies with emphasis on complex circumstances.
Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease also covers such areas as laboratory and clinical management of microbial diseases, epidemiology and pathogenesis of infections, automation in the diagnostic microbiology laboratory, and antibiotic susceptibility testing.
  • Track 11-1Antibiotic Susceptibility
  • Track 11-2Laboratory And Clinical Management Of Microbial Diseases
  • Track 11-3Epidemiology And Pathogenesis Of Infections
  • Track 11-4True Versus Opportunistic Pathogens
  • Track 11-5Immunoserology
Whole-genome sequencing is the most comprehensive method for analyzing the genome. Genomic information has been instrumental in identifying inherited disorders, characterizing the mutations that drive cancer progression, and tracking disease outbreaks. Rapidly dropping sequencing costs and the ability to produce large volumes of data with today’s sequencers make whole-genome sequencing a powerful tool for genomics research. While whole-genome sequencing is commonly associated with sequencing human genomes, the scalable, flexible nature of next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology makes it equally useful for sequencing any species, such as agriculturally important livestock, plants, or disease-related microbes.
  • Track 12-1Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)
  • Track 12-2Genome Assemblers
  • Track 12-3Structural Biology and Biophysics
  • Track 12-4DNA Microarray
The human body is colonized by a vast number of microbes, collectively referred to as the human microbiota. The link between these microbes and our health is the focus of a growing number of research initiatives, and new insights are emerging rapidly. Humans are colonized by many microorganisms; the traditional estimate is that the average human body is inhabited by ten times as many non-human cells as human cells, but more recent estimates have lowered that ratio to 3:1 or even to approximately the same number. Some microbiota that colonize humans are commensal, meaning they co-exist without harming humans; others have a mutualistic relationship with their human hosts.
  • Track 13-1Microbiome In Relation To Immune Responses
  • Track 13-2Models For Understanding Host–pathogen Interactions
  • Track 13-3Human Gut Microbiome
  • Track 13-4Probiotics and Prebiotics
  • Track 13-5Dysbiosis And Symbiosis
  • Track 13-6Intestinal Microbiology
Environmental microbiology it is the study of microorganisms that are living in artificial environments such as bioreactors, it is the composition and physiology of microbial communities in the environment. Microorganisms are present widely in the biosphere, and microorganisms presence it invariably affects the environment where they grow. By the effects of microorganisms in the environment can be beneficial or harmful to human measure. So the Beneficial effects of microbes are derived from metabolic activities from the environment, its associations with plants, animals and from their use in food production and biotechnological processes.
  • Track 14-1Eco physiology
  • Track 14-2Plant-Microbes Interactions
  • Track 14-3Bacterial Zoonoses: Ecology, Epidemiology And Evolution
  • Track 14-4Bioremediation
  • Track 14-5Biodegredation
  • Track 14-6Renewable energy generation
  • Track 14-7Bio deterioration
  • Track 14-8Aquatic Microbiology

It is a term representative of the amalgamation of several sciences. Under this banner, fields of bionics, genetic engineering and cybernetics are all in play. This collective study of different sciences coming together has allowed us to explore how robotics can interact with biology. In its wake, Biorobotics essentially allows robotics to be a substantial substitute for biological organism in a chemical as well as a mechanical capacity. Biorobotics replicates the biological understanding of living organisms and reproduces their characteristics through artificial means. The theoretical discipline of comprehensively engineering genetic information to develop new robotic designs is one aspect of Biorobotics. Another aspect is the use of biological specimens as components of a functioning robot.

  • Track 15-1Nanotechnology
  • Track 15-2Tissue Engineering
  • Track 15-3bioinformatics
  • Track 15-4Biomechanics
  • Track 15-5Gene Therapy
  • Track 15-6Diagnostic & Therapeutic Systems
A vaccine is a biological preparation that improves immunity to a particular disease. A vaccine typically contains an agent that resembles a disease-causing microorganism, and is often made from weakened or killed forms of the microbe, its toxins or one of its surface proteins. The agent stimulates the body's immune system to recognize the agent as foreign, destroy it, and "remember" it, so that the immune system can more easily recognize and destroy any of these microorganisms that it later encounters. Vaccines "teach" your body how to defend itself when germs, such as viruses or bacteria, invade it, they expose you to a very small, very safe amount of viruses or bacteria that have been weakened or killed. Your immune system then learns to recognize and attack the infection if you are exposed to it later in life. This is a natural way to deal with infectious diseases.
  • Track 16-1HIV/AIDS Vaccines
  • Track 16-2Cancer Vaccines & Immunotherapy
  • Track 16-3Human Vaccines - Infectious & Non Infectious Diseases
  • Track 16-4Vaccines for Pregnant Women and Pediatrics
The study of food microbiology includes understanding not only the factors influencing the growth of microorganisms in food systems but also the means of controlling them. The most commonly used forms of bacteriological analysis in food microbiology are detection and enumeration. The presence of specific bacteria and their concentration must be determined, to assess and control safety hazards, the potential for spoilage or to ensure correct product characteristics. The bacteria of interest to food microbiology can be divided into infectious agents, causes of foodborne intoxication, spoilage, and processing aids. Metabolic activity of a bacterium may be considered as causing spoilage or as a processing aid depending upon the desirability of the changes that result.
  • Track 17-1Food Safety
  • Track 17-2Food Chemistry
  • Track 17-3Food Authenticity
  • Track 17-4Microbial Biopolymers

This branch of Biotechnology that applies microbial sciences and industries together. It uses microorganisms to produce a desired product in mass quantities in order to make a profit out of it. There are multiple ways to manipulate a microorganism in order to increase maximum yield of product. Introduction of mutations into an organism many be accomplished by introducing them to mutagens. Another way to increase production is by gene amplification, this is done by the use of plasmids, and vectors. The plasmids and/ or vectors are used to incorporate multiple copies of a specific gene that would allow more enzymes to be produced that eventually cause more product yield. The manipulation of organisms in order to yield a specific product has many applications to the real world like the production of some antibiotics, vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, solvents, alcohol and daily products. They can also be used in an agricultural application and use them as a bio pesticide instead of using dangerous chemicals or as inoculants and help plant proliferation.

  • Track 18-1Bio-fuels
  • Track 18-2Industrial Enzymes
  • Track 18-3Human Nutrition and Metabolism
  • Track 18-4Transgenic Plants and Crops