Asian Microbiology 2020
Dear Speakers, Delegates, Exhibitors & Sponsors,
Conference Series is honoured to welcome you all to the “International Conference on Microbiology "on November 24-25, 2020. The webinar is going to held with the theme “Recent advances in Microbiology” . This Microbiology Conference will focus on providing the recent updates, research, guidance and policy discussion for professionals and young generation in the field of Microbiology. It is an opportunity to learn and build associations with friends and colleagues from around the globe while having fun at the same time.
We very much look forward seeing you in Webinar on November 24-25, 2020.
Conference series takes immense pleasure to invite the participants from all over the world to attend "International Conference on Microbiology" during November 24-25, 2020 with the theme “Recent advances in Microbiology” which includes Keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. The webinar will majorly highlight the recent advances in the field of Microbiology.
Why to attend?
The aim of our conference is to provide an opportunity to exchange knowledge, expertise along with unparalleled networking opportunities between a large number of medical and industrial professionals in this sphere. Conference Series gathers Physicians, Pharmacists, Scientists, Microbiologists, Young Researchers, Healthcare Industrial Delegates and Talented Student Communities in the field of Medical Science from around the world under a single roof where networking and global partnering happens for the acceleration of future research.
- Food technicians
- Students (Post graduates, Doctorates)
- Private sectors
- Microbiology Societies
- Microbiology Associations
We invite the participants from all over the world for the “International Conference on Microbiology” which is going to be held on November 24-25, 2020 with the theme “Recent advances in Microbiology”. Conference Series is a world’s foremost event Organizer conducting International conferences in USA, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Middle East.
We aim to aggregate community and to provide a platform for exchange of information on technological developments, new scientific innovations and the effectiveness of various advances towards Microbiology.
Track 1: Microbiology
Microbiology is the scientific study of organisms which are too small to be seen through naked eyes. It can be bacteria, virus, fungi, archae, protozoans etc. Although many microorganisms are beneficial. There are many others which can cause infectious diseases and are characterized under pathogenic microorganisms. Microbiology is a vast term which consists of Bacteriology, Mycology, Virology, Immunology, Nematology, Parasitology, Phycology etc. Microbiology made it possible to identify the mode of action of microorganisms causing diseases and their suitable cures.
The activities of microorganisms are largely affected by the environmental conditions they are thriving in. There are different responses by microorganisms in diverse environmental conditions. A microorganisms needs an optimum environment for it’s perpetuation. It may not be able to grow in adverse conditions but sometimes it may tolerate the unfavourable conditions.
Track 3: Bacteriology
The branch of Microbiology associated with the study of bacteria. Prokaryotes are classified into two categories namely Archea and Bacteria. The difference between two is peptidoglycan layer and N-formyl methionine. Bacteria which is not visible to the naked eye is found everywhere in the environment. This subject is a detailed study of characteristics of bacteria and their classification, diseases caused by them, epidemiology, infections caused by bacteria, exotoxins of gram-positive bacteria, endotoxins of gram-negative bacteria, genetics and ecology of bacteria also their applications in various industries. It also deals with microbe genome analysis. Bacteriology gives us the insights of behaviour of bacteria at different stages. Over past decades Bacteriology research has advanced rapidly.
Track 4: Virology
The branch of Microbiology that deals with the study of virus and also the diseases caused by them. It also includes it’s physiology, ecology, biochemistry. There are a plethora of viruses known. Out of which few are Influenza virus, HIV virus, Hepatitis virus, Pox virus, Rhinovirus, Adenovirus, Rotavirus, Oncogenic virus and many more. The newly discovered viruses are Zika virus, Torovirus, Ebola virus which is lately discovered in China.
Track 5: Mycology
This is the branch of Microbiology that deals with the study of fungi, yeasts and molds. It also includes detailed account on characteristics of fungus, their life cycles and evolution. In Systemic biology, the introduction of molecular methods has a major impact in determining the relationships and in defining taxa at all systemtic levels.
Phycology is the study of algae and all photoautotrophic microorganisms which may or may not be closely related. Protozoology is the newly established branch of Microbiology which involves study of protozoans such as amoeboids, ciliates, sporozoans and flagellates. Some widespread diseases caused by protozoans are malaria, dysentery, amoebiasis etc. Parasitology like protozoology and phycology deals with study of parasites such as helminthes and arthropods.
Paleomicrobiology is the study of ancient microorganisms which proves essential in the evolution studies, history and anthropology. New molecular approaches such as DNA sequencing methods have provided insights of antibiotic resistance and also evolution of viruses, saprophytes and pathogens. Also, there are evidences that a single biotype of Yersinia pestis was the causative agent of plague pandemic, and there are closer associations between Mycobacterium tuberculosis from ancient skeletons to Mycobacterium bovis.
Track 8: Geomicrobiology
Geomicrobiology is the scientific field that deals with the interaction of microorganisms with earth materials. It highlights the roles of microbes in geological and geochemical processes. There are a variety of properties in which the microbes can bring out the effective changes in metal speciation, toxicity and mobility. Also responsible for mineral deterioration and dissolution.
Industrial microbiology is a discipline in microbiology which gives a detailed account on industrial processes used for the production of drugs, chemicals and fuels. These are of great economic importance. It is primarily associated with the commercial exploitation of microorganisms. The process which takes place with the help of microorganisms are called fermentation processes. The bi-products of the fermentation processes are intracellular and extracellular enzymes. They are used in effluent industry to degenerate contaminants. Oil spills which make use of the bacteria to clean the oil. Industrial microbiology and Food Microbiology are interdependent. Foods such as cheese, yoghurt, coffee, chocolates, curd etc. utilize microorganisms and enzymes produced by them.
Track 10: Prebiotics and Probiotics
Prebiotics and probiotics play entirely diverse role in humans. Prebiotics are non-digestible part of human foods which is related to the modulation of human microbiota promoting the growth of healthy microflora. They are left undigested until they reach large intestine. It is beneficial in several ways as it increases the stool mass also reduces colonic pH. It also modulates lipid metabolism and enhances absorption of calcium. Whereas probiotics are the live beneficial bacteria required by the body to maintain a healthy gut. Various species of bacteria which promotes gut microflora are Lactobacillus species, Bifidobacterium, Enterococcus, Pediococcus etc.
Track 11: Marine Microbiology
The study of microorganisms in marine environment is called marine microbiology. It includes open oceans, estuaries, coastal areas. These innovations help to resolve the risks associated with climate change, human activities as well as the interactions between species. There are a lot many pathogenic microbes which interact with environment and certainly influence biogeochemical cycle. There is a lot of evolution in marine microbes due to environmental shifts.
Track 12: Metabolic engineering:
Metabolic engineering means production of fuels, pharmaceuticals and drugs for human welfare by altering metabolic pathways. This method involves overexpression or downregulation of certain proteins such that it gives a new product. The primary step is the understanding of host cell genetic makeup followed by it’s effect on growth of microorganism. The environmental conditions are considered for desired phenotype is called inverse metabolic engineering. Various recombinant DNA technology approaches are used for the production of secondary metabolite improvement.
Track 13: Bioinformatics for Micro biome
The wholesome collection of genes of all microbes in a community is called a microbiome. Bioinformatics is in interdisciplinary tool which aligns computer technology with Biology to study biomolecule structure and function. Bioinformatics is used to identify new species based on the similarity between their genetic makeup. 16s rRNA sequencing is used widely to discover new species. The advances in sequencing made it feasible for performing large scale studies on microbial communities.
Track 14: Human Micro biota
The human body contains almost 1013 cells and supports 1014 bacteria. This is called normal microbiota or normal human microflora of the body. There are several microbial interactions between host and microorganism. The bacteria may exist as commensal or may harm the host or may aid the host. The normal human microflora can be classified as trainsient and resident microflora. Immunocompromised patients are highly susceptible to the diseases caused by normal microflora. There are several factors responsible for establishment of microflora which are pH, temperature, redox potential, oxygen concentration and nutrient levels.
Track 15: Microbial Genetics
It is a discipline in Microbiology which helps in studying the mechanisms involved in transfer of hereditary information amongst bacteria, virus, archae etc. When microorganism is launched into a new environment genetic adaptation is likely to occur. It is useful in identifying the genetic basis of adaptation and also fitness loss due to environments.
This track focuses on cell structure and synthesis of cell components followed by detailed discussions of genetics, metabolism, growth, regulation and mechanisms underlying cell survival and growth also on DNA Exchange, recombination, mutagenesis and repair. The researches in this field is focused on how to translate these metabolic, chemical and genetic changes in the microbe for human welfare.
Microbiology market size will grow from USD 3.74 Billion in 2017 to USD 7.26 Billion by 2023, at an estimated CAGR of 11.7%. The market size is projected from 2019 to 2023.Market growth can be attributed to factors such as technological advancements; increased incidences of infectious diseases and leading to epidemics; gross rise in healthcare expenditure across the world; research grants, and public-private investments in the field of life science researches. However, reimbursement concerns and unfavorable regulatory scenario are restraining the growth of the market. Besides, there are reports showing the segment data, including type segment, industry segment, channel segment etc. covering different segment market size, both volume and value. The diverse applications of Microbiology are Food testing applications, Clinical applications, Energy applications, Chemical and material manufacturing applications, pharmaceutical applications and many more. Infectious diseases, such as HIV, human papilloma virus (HPV), and hepatitis B and C, are some forms of STDs that are severe and fatal, and thus the increasing incidences of such diseases are increasing the demand for the microbiology testing market. Increasing healthcare expenditure and the presence of better medical infrastructures, such as hospitals and clinical labs, are some other drivers augmenting the growth of the microbiology testing market. Rapid technological advancements are also being witnessed across the world that are anticipated to drive the microbiology testing market in the upcoming years. Emerging countries such as India and China may offer new growth prospects towards Microbiology testing market over coming years. Microbial testing is an analytical technique that is utilized to determine a number of microorganisms in food, beverages, biological samples, and environmental samples. The microbial testing technique employs chemical, biological, biochemical, or molecular methods to identify and quantify the microbes. It is one of the important processes carried out in medical, healthcare, and food industries for the prevention of future product damages.
The global clinical microbiology market size was USD 9.1 billion in 2016 and is expected to evolve at a CAGR of 6.7% over the coming years. With the increasing incidence of infectious diseases is driving market growth.
Infectious diseases are primarily diagnosed using clinical tests. High prevalence of diseases where clinical tests are used as one of the major diagnostic tools is expected to augment market growth in future. Sudden outbreaks of Ebola, Zika, and other contagious pathogens are also contributing to rising prevalence of infectious diseases.
There is a shortage of trained and skilled professionals in medical and microbiological laboratories for processing and interpreting samples and specimens. Lack of trained graduates and training programs is an issue particularly in developing countries, where demand for skilled professionals is rapidly increasing. However, entry of automated systems in the market is going to replace manually-operated conventional platforms in future, thereby reducing the impact of lack of skilled professionals.
The largest revenue is generated by reagents which includes solutions, primers, master mixes and kits used in diagnosing of diseases. It occupies more than 60% of the total revenue due to repeat purchase driven by need for new set of reagents for new tests.
This section is expected to continually dominate over other sections for the coming years. The market is witnessing rising investments in research and development (R&D). The projects require large amount of chemicals and reagents thereby the demand for reagents is never ending.
Laboratory instruments comprise incubators, gram strainers, bacterial colony counters, autoclave sterilizers, petri dish fillers, and culture systems. The subject microbiology segment comprises of instruments used in molecular diagnostics, mass spectrometry, and microscopes. Microscopes held the largest share owing to wider applicability and rising demand. The molecular diagnostic instruments segment, is expected to exhibit the fastest growth rate over the coming years. This growth can be attributed to increasing significance of molecular diagnosis in early detection of cancer and infectious diseases.
Increasing levels of air pollution with growing industrialization is resulting in rapid escalation in prevalence of respiratory diseases. Also, among all infections, respiratory diseases spread rapidly owing to easy transfer of contagious pathogens thereby driving growth of Microbiology market. Furthermore, prevalence of infectious diseases is high in developed as well as developing countries. Biopsy, blood tests, and bronchoscopy are the most commonly used diagnostic tools for respiratory diseases. Therefore, rising incidence of chronic respiratory diseases is boosting market growth.
- Factors Affecting Growth Of Microorganisms
- Paleomicrobiology, Archaeomicrobiology and Microbial forensics
- Industrial Microbiology & Food Microbiology
- Prebiotics and Probiotics
- Marine Microbiology
- Metabolic engineering
- Bioinformatics for Micro biome
- Human Micro biota
- Microbial Genetics
- Microbial physiology, Microbial cytology and recombinant DNA technology
- Phycology, Protozoology, Parasitology
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