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2nd International Conference on Applied Microbiology and Beneficial Microbes, will be organized around the theme “Scoping out Innovative research in Applied Microbiology & Future Trends of Beneficial Microbes”

Applied Microbes 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Applied Microbes 2017

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Microbiology is the study of microorganisms of various sub-disciplines such virology, phycology, mycology, parasitology, bacteriology, protozoology and nematology. It is also sub-divided into pure and applied microbiology

  • Track 1-1Bacteriology
  • Track 1-2Virology
  • Track 1-3Mycology and Phycology
  • Track 1-4Parasitology
  • Track 1-5Protozoology
  • Track 1-6Nematology
  • Track 1-7Microbial physiology

Innovations in applied  microbiology is  triggering now -a-days in various fields of research.  Their applications serve as Exo-microbiology, bio-weapons, bioremediation, biosensors, biomarkers, nanomicrobiology, predictive microbiology, evolutionary microbiology, paleomicrobiology, archaeomicrobiology. Some of the recent techniques include Magnetotactic bacteria and Magnetosomes. 

  • Track 2-1Biosensors
  • Track 2-2Bioremediation
  • Track 2-3Exomicrobiology
  • Track 2-4Archaeomicrobiology
  • Track 2-5Paleomicrobiology
  • Track 2-6Evolutionary microbiology
  • Track 2-7Predictive microbiology
  • Track 2-8Nano microbiology
  • Track 2-9Biomarkers
  • Track 2-10Magnetotactic bacteria and magnetosomes

Beneficial Microbes are the microorganisms are exceptionally useful to different businesses and humankind. Bioremediation is a waste administration strategy that includes the utilization of life forms to expel or kill poisons from a debased site. Biosorption can be characterized as the evacuation of metal or metalloid species, mixes and particulates from an answer. This can be a noteworthy inactive process in living and dead creatures a few shoddy biosorbents for the evacuation of metals for the most part are microbes, organisms, green growth, plants, mechanical squanders, agrarian squanders and other polysaccharide materials. Bioaccumulation of heavy metals has received a great deal of attention in recent years for both its scientific novelty and application potential. Microorganisms are potent bioremediators removing metals from relatively dilute solutions via active or passive uptake mechanisms. Microorganisms are vastly beneficial in food industry, pharma industry, brewing industry and agricultural industry. 

  • Track 3-1Trending Beneficial Microbes
  • Track 3-2Novel techniques
  • Track 3-3Microbes in food
  • Track 3-4Microbes in pharma
  • Track 3-5Microbes in brewing
  • Track 3-6Microbes in agriculture
  • Track 3-7Microbial antibiotics

Medical microbiology deals with the body's reaction towards attacking microorganisms. Bacteriology, virology, mycology, parasitology, the principle sub-fields of microbiology are initially secured with the general ideas of cytology and physiology of various microorganisms, and with significant pathogens of man. Microbial eras are sufficiently keen to bring about an adjustment in their resistance designs, opening a pathway for the improvement of new systems and rising patterns in the battle against microbial contaminations. There has been an enormous change in strategies and symptomatic devices from casing of the nucleic corrosive to circle biomarker examines. Various diseases such bacterial, fungal, viral diseases and related treatment. Public health microbiology deals with the segregation of reliable information of infectious diseases, its prevention and control

  • Track 4-1Infectious diseases in Human
  • Track 4-2Epidemiology
  • Track 4-3Case studies and reports
  • Track 4-4Treatment and prevention
  • Track 4-5Respiratory diseases and treatment
  • Track 4-6Viral diseases and treatment
  • Track 4-7Bacterial diseases and treatment
  • Track 4-8Fungal diseases and treatment
  • Track 4-9Infectious diseases in plants and animals
  • Track 4-10Disease control

Clinical microbiology is a bureau of therapeutic science stressed with the avoidance, forecast and cure of irresistible sicknesses. Advance, this train of innovative know-how inquire about various logical uses of organisms for the change of wellbeing condition. There are four sorts of microorganisms that cause irresistible sickness: microscopic organisms, growths, parasites and infections, and the type of irresistible protein known as prion.

A clinical microbiology look into the attributes of pathogens, their methods of transmission, systems of defilement and increment. The use of this data, a cure might be conceived. Clinical microbiologists regularly fill in as experts for doctors, introducing distinguishing proof of pathogens and proposing cure alternatives. A biosensor is a logical instrument which changes over a natural replication into an electrical flag. The expression "biosensor" is regularly used to decide the centralization of substances and different parameters of organic intrigue. Biomarkers are pointers which distinguish different organic properties and atoms and show unhealthy procedures in the body.

Diagnostic microbiology deals with the application of microbiology in medical diagnosis and relevant techniques such as microbial techniques,serology techniques, microscopic techniques, cultural techniques to diagnose the disease

  • Track 5-1Pathology
  • Track 5-2Biomarker tools in microbial diagnosis
  • Track 5-3Clinical Applications of Mass Spectrometry
  • Track 5-4Market orientated device development
  • Track 5-5Indirect Methods
  • Track 5-6Direct Methods
  • Track 5-7Cultural techniques
  • Track 5-8Microscopic techniques
  • Track 5-9Serology techniques
  • Track 5-10Biochemical tests
  • Track 5-11Molecular techniques
  • Track 5-12Microbial infections
  • Track 5-13Disease diagnosis and prevention
  • Track 5-14Infection control
  • Track 5-15Epidemiology
  • Track 5-16Nosocomial infections
  • Track 5-17New trends in detection of microbes
  • Track 5-18Microbial diagnosis
  • Track 5-19Probiotics in clinical practice

Pharmaceutical microbiology is the associated branch of connected microbiology which grants drug specialists to make pharmaceuticals from microorganisms either particularly or with the use of some item created by them. Pharmaceutical microbiology consolidates imaginative hostile to microbial specialists, organic pointers, antibodies and anti-infection agents and its innovative work and so on. It deals with the quality control techniques, sterile pharmaceutical manufacturing and microbial monitoring of biological drugs.

  • Track 6-1New trends in Pharmaceutical Microbiology
  • Track 6-2Contaminants of medicines
  • Track 6-3Sterile Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
  • Track 6-4Pharmaceuticals Products and Microbial Risks
  • Track 6-5Research and Development of anti-infective agents
  • Track 6-6Assay for anti-microbials
  • Track 6-7Microbial monitoring of biological drugs
  • Track 6-8Bio manufacturing
  • Track 6-9Cosmeceuticals
  • Track 6-10Quality control techniques

Industrial microbiology is an area of applied microbiology which deals with screening, management, and exploitation of microorganisms for the engenderment of utilizable end products on an immensely colossal scaleIt plays a key role in the various industries such as food, dairy, medical, brewing and cosmetic industry.

  • Track 7-1Industrial Enzymes
  • Track 7-2Food industry
  • Track 7-3Brewing industry
  • Track 7-4Cosmetic industry
  • Track 7-5Leather industry
  • Track 7-6Dairy industry
  • Track 7-7Industrial Applications of Microbes

Fermenter is an organism that causes fermentation. Fermentation is a process of chemical change caused by organisms or their products, usually producing effervescence and heat. There are various methods for the extraction of Fermentation Products. Fermentation in food processing is the process of converting carbohydrates to organic acids or alcohols using microorganisms under anaerobic conditions and optimising cell culture process.

  • Track 8-1Fermenter design and configuration
  • Track 8-2Extraction of fermentation products
  • Track 8-3Fermentation extravaganza
  • Track 8-4Optimising cell culture process
  • Track 8-5Fermented foods
  • Track 8-6Fermentation in food processing

Microbial Biotechnology is a branch of science that deals with the genetic manipulation of microorganisms and their techniques to improve life and health. It uses various biological processes of microorganisms for various applications in industries. Bioinformatics is a field that develops methods and software tools for the interpretation of biological data. This has a revolutionary computation speed in the analysis for the control of microorganisms.  Metagenomics  is the genomic analysis of microorganisms by extraction and cloning of DNA from an assemblage of microorganisms. Biochips and tissue chips, microarray expression analysis etc.

  • Track 9-1Trends in biotechnology
  • Track 9-2Host-microbiome interactions
  • Track 9-3Sequence and genome analysis
  • Track 9-4Metagenomics
  • Track 9-5Biochips and tissue chips
  • Track 9-6Industrial biotechnology
  • Track 9-7Medical biotechnology
  • Track 9-8Clinical biotechnology
  • Track 9-9Pharmaceutical biotechnology
  • Track 9-10Microarray expression analysis

Microbial biochemistry incorporates of biochemical reactions in microbial growth, different mechanisms/ techniques of pathogenesis required in inflicting contamination/ illnesses in the host. It  consists of studies related to of growth, cell shape, metabolism, functions and the interactions of biological macromolecules, like carbohydrates, proteins, Fatty Acids and Lipids and nucleic acids of microbes; which cater the skeletal component and foundation of capabilities affiliated with lifestyles. Biochemical research of microbes is important in the mode of their action. Post genomic analyses, mechanisms, & replication, integrating plasmid functions, conjugation structures and regulatory network are the key factors that play a critical function in metabolism of microbes. While monomers are co-connected to synthesize a polymer, dehydration takes place regularly ensuing in assembly of various macromolecules in tons large complexes.

  • Track 10-1Genomics of bacteriophages
  • Track 10-2Host – phage interactions
  • Track 10-3Mechanisms of pathogenesis
  • Track 10-4Microbial metabolism

Food microbiology is the branch of science that deals with the scientific study of microorganisms that are present in food and are useful for the production of food. This includes microorganisms that are present in the food as well as that are used for its production. It deals with food safety and food processing techniques. Beverage microbiology deals with the microbiology of soft drinks and fruit juices and various processing techniques.

  • Track 11-1Food Safety
  • Track 11-2Trends in modern food processing
  • Track 11-3Food testing
  • Track 11-4Food authenticity
  • Track 11-5Beneficial microbes in food industry
  • Track 11-6Epidemiology of foodborne pathogens

Dairy Microbiology is currently engaged in research, teaching, consultancy, training and technology transfer in specialized field of Dairy Microbiology. The research work of the division covers the areas related to starter cultures and fermented milk products; direct vat starters (DVS); indigenous probiotics, their functional efficacy and gut microbiota, prebiotics and synbiotics; bioactive peptides, microbial metabolites and biopreservatives; biosensors, quality assurance and food safety as well as rumen micro-organisms. New technologies on two indigenous strains of probiotics, Misti Dahi, rapids kits for antibiotic residues, Listeria monocytogenes and Enterococci to potential stake holders in our country for their industrial application. Few more such products like carbonated lassi, vitamin B12 rich propioni-yoghurt, blueberry fortified probiotic dahi, real time test for detection of E. coli and antibiotic residues in milk have been developed and are under process of validation for their commercialization.

  • Track 12-1Processing of dairy products
  • Track 12-2Dairy industries
  • Track 12-3New trends in detection of microbes
  • Track 12-4Cattle diseases
  • Track 12-5Treatment and diagnosis of diseases
  • Track 12-6Probiotics in dairy products

Agricultural Microbiology is a scientific discipline of microbiology dealing with plant related microbes and plant and animal diseases. It also deals with the microbiology of soil fertility, such as microbial degradation of organic matter and manures, microbial pesticides, biological control agents etc. Bio fertilizers help in the growth of plants by enhancing the supply of primary nutrients to the plant.

  • Track 13-1Plant microbiology and pathology
  • Track 13-2Biofertilizers and biopesticides
  • Track 13-3Transmission of Plant Viruses
  • Track 13-4Microbial control of plant diseases

Veterinary Microbiology  is an important platform that gives veterinarians and microbiologists an inter-disciplinary forum, where, they can study various aspects of the infections caused by the pathogenic microorganisms- the bacterial, viral & fungal infections in the animals, especially cattle by providing an in-depth understanding of ramifications of the microbial infections on the well-being of the animal, human health, and the economy. It primarily deals with the diagnosis of diseases of the animals. The field deals with the epidemiology, infection control, ethics, animal husbandry, and dairy technology.

  • Track 14-1Outbreak of flu virus in avian and Poultry
  • Track 14-2Bacterial, Fungal and viral Veterinary Infections
  • Track 14-3Epidemiology of animal diseases
  • Track 14-4Veterinary medicine: Issues and applications
  • Track 14-5Antibiotic use and resistance in animals
  • Track 14-6Immunophysiology and vaccination in animals
  • Track 14-7Tools and techniques in animal diagnostics

Environmental microbiology is the study of the composition and physiology of microbial communities in the environment. The environment in this case means the soil, water, air and sediments covering the planet and can also include the animals and plants that inhabit these areas. Environmental microbiology also includes the study of microorganisms that exist in artificial environments such as bioreactors.

  • Track 15-1Forest microbiology
  • Track 15-2Microbial degradation
  • Track 15-3Beneficial Effects of Microorganisms
  • Track 16-1Water Quality, Analysis, Safety and Testing
  • Track 16-2Water Borne Diseases and Treatment
  • Track 16-3Biofouling in the Marine Environment
  • Track 16-4Conditioning Films in Aquatic Environments
  • Track 17-1Epidemiology
  • Track 17-2Air Borne Viral Diseases
  • Track 17-3Air Borne Bacterial Diseases
  • Track 17-4Air Borne Fungal Diseases
  • Track 17-5Current research
  • Track 18-1Nanomedicine
  • Track 18-2Nanobiotechnology
  • Track 18-3Applications
  • Track 18-4Cancer nanomedicine
  • Track 18-5Nanotheranostics
  • Track 18-6Nanopharmaceuticals
  • Track 18-7Mycofabrication
  • Track 19-1liquid biofuel production
  • Track 19-2Market potential of biogas reactors
  • Track 19-3Biodiesel as automobile fuel
  • Track 19-4Applications & environmental impact of biodiesel
  • Track 19-5Innovative biorefineries concepts
  • Track 19-6Generation of bioalcohols
  • Track 19-7Scope of advancement
  • Track 19-8First-generation biofuels
  • Track 20-1Biopharmaceutical manufacturing
  • Track 20-2Downstream Processing of Biopharmaceuticals
  • Track 20-3Novel Biopharmaceuticals
  • Track 20-4Biosimilars
  • Track 21-1Biofilms formation
  • Track 21-2Diagnosis of biofilm infections
  • Track 21-3Challenges of tackling biofilms
  • Track 21-4Biomechanics in biofilms and infection
  • Track 21-5Orthopedic biofilm infections
  • Track 21-6Resistance and tolerance of biofilms to antibiotics
  • Track 21-7New methods in biofilms
  • Track 22-1Anti-bacterials
  • Track 22-2Anti-fungals
  • Track 22-3Anti-virals
  • Track 22-4anti-helmentics
  • Track 22-5Beneficial microbes in Cancer treatment
  • Track 22-6antibiotics and their development
  • Track 23-1Probiotics in human health
  • Track 23-2Probiotics in surgical infections
  • Track 23-3Effectiveness of probiotics in cancer
  • Track 23-4Clinical trials of probiotics
  • Track 23-5Novel prebiotics
  • Track 23-6Commercially available probiotic microoganisms
  • Track 23-7Traditional therapies of probiotics
  • Track 23-8Probiotics in aquaculture
  • Track 23-9Probiotics in paediatrics
  • Track 23-10Function and benefits of Prebiotics
  • Track 23-11Mechanism of work
  • Track 23-12Etymology and benefits
  • Track 23-13Evaluation of probiotics
  • Track 24-1Yeast used in brewing
  • Track 24-2Yeast quality assessment
  • Track 24-3Yeast culture maintenance
  • Track 24-4Spoilage bacteria and contaminants
  • Track 24-5Hygienic design systems in breweries
  • Track 24-6Anaerobic treatment of brewery wastes
  • Track 25-1Bio-Geochemical Cycles
  • Track 25-2Microbial Interactions
  • Track 25-3Impact of microbial ecology
  • Track 25-4Pathogen ecology
  • Track 26-1 Subsurface Microbiology
  • Track 27-1Genome analysis
  • Track 27-2Genetic engineering techniques
  • Track 27-3Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
  • Track 27-4Plant and Human Genetics
  • Track 27-5Applications of genomics
  • Track 28-1Advanced Metabolism, Biochemical Engineering
  • Track 28-2Microbial Genomics, Microbial Catalysis & Microbial degradation
  • Track 29-1Dental Microbiology and Infections
  • Track 29-2Oral Bacteria
  • Track 29-3Oral Medicine
  • Track 29-4Dental caries
  • Track 29-5Dental plaque
  • Track 29-6Management and Treatment
  • Track 29-7Pathology
  • Track 29-8Osteoporosis and tooth decay
  • Track 30-1Bacteria signaling
  • Track 30-2DNA microarrays
  • Track 30-3Gel electrophoresis
  • Track 31-1pathogen-host
  • Track 31-2Intracellular trafficking studies, confocal microscopy
  • Track 31-3Subcellular fractionation, phagosome isolation and characterization
  • Track 31-4Transfection, siRNA based knock down
  • Track 32-1Vaccines Research and Development
  • Track 32-2Mosquito borne diseases vaccines
  • Track 32-3Protein based vaccines
  • Track 32-4Toxoid vaccines
  • Track 33-1Nitrogen fixation
  • Track 33-2Bioengineering soil sustainability
  • Track 33-3Carbon cycling and formation of soil organic matter
  • Track 33-4Maintenance of biological equilibrium
  • Track 34-1Bio-weapons
  • Track 34-2Bioterrorism
  • Track 34-3DNA profiling
  • Track 34-4Tackling Biocrime
  • Track 34-5Identification approach
  • Track 34-6Diagnostic techniques
  • Track 34-7Future scope
  • Track 34-8Microsatellites