We are pleased to welcome all the interested participants to International Conference and Exhibition on Biochemistry during November 02-03, 2017 at Chicago,Illinois, USA. Biochemistry Conference 2017 welcomes all the members form universities, clinical examination foundations and organizations, biochemists, scientists,researchers, academicians, entrepreneurs, research scholars and delegates from biochemistry labs, industries and healthcare sectors to be a part of the conference to share their knowledge on all parts of this rapidly expanded field and then, by providing a showcase of the research in the field on Biochemistry.
The conference focuses on the theme "Biochemistry– Rethink Rebuild Reclaim".
Biochemistry Conference 2017 aims to provide scientific platform for face to face exchange of knowledge and ideas across the Biochemistry. The conference is designed to give knowledge, ideas and to think out of the box. The aim of the conference is to promote research in the field of Biochemistry with another goal to facilitate exchange of new ideas in these fields and to create a dialogue between scientists, practitioners and biochemists. The market for Biochemistry is increasing day by day and the main factors for the growth of market just because of increase in research area, public demand, employment is challenging and well-paid jobs, increasing demand for minimal procedures Invasive and technological advances.
Altogether the Biochemistry Conference 2017 aims to be a standard discipline gathering in the life science for research presentation, discussion, learning and encouragement - with participants leaving with new research knowledge and ideas, and perhaps the beginnings of international alliances and friendships.
Biochemistry is an emerging discipline that uses genetic information from an individual as part of their clinical diagnostic care (e.g., for diagnostic or therapeutic decision-making) and the health outcomes and policy implications from that clinical use. Biochemistry Conference 2017 provides a platform where you can meet top notch experts in the field and molecular biology to discuss molecular mechanisms by which genetic information encoded in DNA.
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The broad coverage of the Conference subject and its scope provides an excellent setting for participants to gain valuable insight into progress in research areas beyond their own. The Biochemistry Conference 2017 has a strong support, education and inspiration for the next generation of scientists, researchers, Young Scientists’ Forum, and activities to encourage interaction with experts.
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The analysts forecast the Global Biochemistry market to grow at a CAGR of 4.50 % over the period 2012-2016. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the advancements in technology.The Global Biochemistry market has also been witnessing the increase in technological innovations. However, the negative impact of global recession could pose a challenge to the growth of this market.
The Global biochemistry market is fast developing globally and estimated to reach $100 Billion by 2025, at a CAGR increased by 10 times during 2011-2015. America is creator with 47% of market share, shadowed by Europe with an attempt of 35%. The Asia-Pacific’s business sector is relied to grow at a CAGR of 23% among this period. Japan is the second main, life sciences market in the world next to the United States. According to figures Japanese biotechnology market is expected to develop from $43.3 billion in 2013 to $53.8 billion by 2017.
According to the report, one of the major factors driving the growth of the market is the advancement in technology. The increase in automation of biochemistry is the key advancement in technology for analysis of biochemical entities. This analysis consumes less time and generates results quickly. Further, the report states that one of the key challenges in this market is the negative impact of worldwide recession. The worldwide recession restricts the healthcare spending especially in the developed regions of the Americas and the EMEA region.
The study was shown using a combination of primary & secondary information including inputs from important participants in the industry. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to a SWOT analysis of the key vendors.
Session 1: Biochemistry
Biochemistry is generally related to chemical processes which deals with the structures, functions and interactions of biological macromolecules which determines the structure of cells and mostly depends upon the reaction of smaller molecules and ions occurring inside a cell. Biochemistry covers a wide range of scientific disciplines which covers forensics, molecular biology, genetics, plant science and medicine and that why from last 100 years many advance researches and challenging research works has been carried out in this field.
Biochemistry has become the foundation for understanding all biological processes. It underlies and includes such exciting new fields as molecular genetics and bioengineering. Biochemistry is also unique in providing teaching and research in both protein structure/function and genetic engineering.
Biochemistry also includes many subspecialties such as neurochemistry, bioorganic chemistry, clinical biochemistry, physical biochemistry, molecular genetics, biochemical pharmacology and immunochemistry. Recent advances in these areas have created links among technology, chemical engineering and biochemistry.
Session 2: Clinical Biochemistry
Clinical biochemistry is a study of chemical and biochemical mechanisms of the body in relation to diseases mostly through the analysis of body fluid such as urine, blood and other body fluid. It is done by producing and validating the results of chemical and biochemical analyses. Biochemical tests are designed to detect these changes qualitatively or quantitatively compared to results from healthy people. Clinical biochemistry uses a broad range of analytical techniques for example, molecular diagnostics, measurement of enzyme activities, spectrophotometry, electrophoresis, the separation of molecules based on physical characteristics and immunoassays.
Session 3: Glycoproteomics and Protein Expression
Glycoproteomics is a special branch of proteomics that identifies, catalogs, and characterizes carbohydrate containing proteins after the completion of post-translational modification. Protein expression is the process in which proteins synthesis, regulation and modification occurs in living organisms. Analysis of wide range of structurally diverse proteins by genomic technologies and due to increasing complexity in disease targets, innovative approaches for the purification, expression and characterisation of recombinant proteins has increased over years.
Protein expression is the biotechnological procedure of generating a specific protein. It is achieved by the manipulation of gene expression in an organism such that it expresses large amounts of a recombinant gene. This contains the transcription of the recombinant DNA to messenger RNA (mRNA), the translation of mRNA into polypeptide chains, which are ultimately folded into functional proteins and may be targeted to exact sub cellular or extracellular locations.
Session 4: Bio-organic Chemistry
Bio-organic chemistry is a rapidly growing scientific area that combines biochemistry and organic chemistry and deals with the study of biological methods using chemical processes. Many bio organic chemists are carrying out chemical and molecular approaches in research areas comprising the application of synthetic and physical organic chemistry for the study of enzymes, metabolic pathways and nucleic acids.
Session 5: Metabolic Biochemistry
Metabolic Biochemistry is the process occurring in living cells to extract, convert and store energy from nutrients comprising of a complex network of chemical reactions within the a cell. The metabolic chemical reactions are carried out in a sequence called metabolic pathway with the help of enzymes. From here arise academic disciplines such as bioenergetics, Nutritional Biochemistry and clinical organic chemistry. The processing framework is the arrangement of science and strategies committed to complete investigation of the framework including the arrangement of particles that are metabolic intermediates and auxiliary metabolites, which can be found in a biological system.
Session 6: Pharmaceutical Biochemistry
Pharmaceutical Biochemistry consist the knowledge of biochemistry & chemistry and it also applies to the production of many useful drugs. The research activities of the Pharmaceutical Biochemistry consist of drug discovery and development process, providing an interface that brings together pharmaceutical chemistry, biochemistry, structural biology, computational chemistry and biopharmaceutics. It provides a complete understanding of all chemical processes occurring and associated with living cells at the molecular level that is related to drug action. It also helps to gain awareness on the adverse effects, molecular targets and characterization of drugs or other chemical substance within the living cells & organisms.
Session 7: Structural Biochemistry
Structural biochemistry is generally referred as biochemistry and this is a combination of biology, physics, and chemistry to study and to summarize some mutual principles in living organisms. The main aim of Biochemists is to describe mechanisms, molecular structure and chemical processes shared by all organisms, providing organizing principles that comprises of life in all its diverse forms.
Session 8: Forensic Biochemistry
Forensic Biochemistry/Science is the utilization of science to criminal and civil laws. Forensic scientists collect, preserve & inspects experimental confirmation over the period of an investigation. While some forensic scientists reach to the crime scene to collect the proof themselves, others involve a laboratory part and execute their analysis on objects brought to them by other people.
Session 9: Animal Biochemistry
Animal Biochemistry is the study of various synthetic reactions going on in the body of animal for life. The exploration concentrate on animal’s natural chemistry profoundly pertinent to the comprehension of real parts of veterinary science and creature cultivation in order to comprehend the digestion system and capacity of creatures in well-being and sickness. Animal Biochemistry researches are also related to applied sciences such as animal nutrition, dairy science, pharmacology, animal physiology, animal genetics, clinical pathology, medicine and so on.
Session 10: Amino Acids and RNA Biology
Amino acid analysis is a biochemical technique used for determining the content of proteins, peptides and other biological or pharmaceutical preparations or amino acid composition. This is a suitable tool that determines the protein quantities and gives detail information regarding the amino acid composition and free amino acids. Many excellent and challenging contributions have been made by researchers in the field of amino acid analysis including chiral recognition.
RNA the nucleic acid in main content of plants, viruses and integral part of cell component in animals plays a principal role in all cellular processes involving decoding the genome, mediating molecular interactions, regulating gene expression, and catalyzing chemical responses. RNA Biology covers all characteristics of RNA research inclusive of transcription and splicing, non-coding RNA, post-transcriptional regulation, translation and catalysis, RNA localization, RNA in disease and therapy. RNA provides the command and control of cells. RNA Biology is an exceptional medium to discuss the current thinking on RNA, from coding & noncoding to therapeutic strategies based on that still very magic molecule.
Session 11: Lipids: Health and Nutritional Biochemistry
Lipids play various roles in the normal functioning of the body. They assist as the structural building material of all cell membranes and organelles. They provide energy for living organisms - providing more than twice the energy content compared to carbohydrates & proteins on a weight basis. They function as molecular messengers and signalling molecules in the body.
Nutritional science examines the metabolic & physiological reactions of the body to diet. With advances in the fields of molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics, the study of human nutrition is increasingly concerned with metabolism & metabolic pathways. Pediatrics is the branch of medicine that deals with the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents, & the age limit frequently ranges from birth up to 18 years of age. Nutrition is one of the most effective forms of development aid. Breastfeeding can reduce rates of malnutrition and death in children, and efforts to promote the practice increase rates.
Session 12: Stem Cell
Stem cells are those cells which originate in all multi-cellular organisms. They were isolated in mice in 1981 and in humans in 1998. In mammals, there are two broad types of stem cells: embryonic stem cells, which are confined from the inner cell mass of blastocysts & adult stem cells, which are found in different tissues. Stem cell treatments are a type of cell therapy that introduces new cells into adult bodies for promising treatment of diabetes, cancer, neurological disorders and other medical conditions. Stem cells have been used to repair tissue damaged by age or disease. Currently it has appeared as a rapidly expanding field with the potential to address the worldwide organ shortage issue and comprises of tissue regeneration and organ replacement. In a creating developing life, stem cells can differentiate into all the particular cells ectoderm, endoderm and mesoderm additionally keep up the typical turnover of regenerative organs, such as blood, skin, or intestinal tissues.
Session 13: Nanotechnology in Biochemistry
The science of nanotechnology deals with the creation, investigation and utilization of systems that are 1000 times smaller than the components currently used in the field of microelectronics. Biotechnology deals with metabolic process with microorganisms. Convergence of these two technologies results in growth of nanotechnology in Biochemistry. The biomedical applications of nanotechnology are the direct products of such convergences. The challenges facing by the scientists and engineers working in the field of nanotechnology are quite enormous and extraordinarily complex in nature. Nanotechnology in biochemistry presents many revolutionary opportunities in the fight against all kinds of cancer, cardiac and neurodegenerative disorders, infection and other diseases. Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) & the University of California at Berkeley are combining nanotechnology with biochemistry, which resulted in discovery of unique synthetic membranes that enable them to directly control signaling activity in living T cells from the immune system. In this way nanotechnology and biochemistry will definitely bring out many challenging research works in the upcoming days.
Session 14: Gene Expression and Genetic Engineering
Gene expression is the procedure by which genetic commands are used to synthesize gene products. These products are usually proteins, which go on to perform essential functions as enzymes, hormones and receptors. Therefore, the thousands of genes expressed in a particular cell determine what that cell can do. Moreover, each step in the flow of information from DNA to RNA to protein provides the cell with a potential control point for self-regulating its purposes by regulating the amount and type of proteins it manufactures.
Genetic engineering denotes to the direct manipulation of DNA to alter an organism’s features in a particular way. Genetic engineering is the process of manually adding new DNA to an organism. The goal is to improve one or more new traits that are not already found in that organism. Genetic engineering is now a routine research tool with model organisms. Many organisms have been genetically modified for applications in agriculture, industrial biotechnology, and medicine.
Session 15: Xenobiotics and Chemical Ecology
Xenobiotic studies the metabolic behaviour of the compounds whose chemical structure is not true in the predictable absorption arrangement of a given creature. They are secondary metabolites of other organisms or non-existent in nature or uncommon compounds. The Pharmacology is an order that studies Xenobiotics cell function in the organism due to its therapeutic on the other hand precautionary impacts (drugs).
Chemical ecology is the analysis of chemicals required in the interactions of living organisms. It focuses on the creation and reaction to flagging atoms, response to signaling molecules (i.e. semiochemicals) and toxins. Chemical ecology is one of the particular importance among ants and other social bugs - including wasps, honey bees and termites - as a means of communication essential to social organization. Also, this region of ecology deals with the studies of defensive chemicals, which are used to rebound potential predators or pathogens attacking a wide variety of species.
Session 16: Biochemistry in Cancer research
Biochemical pathways help a lot in understanding the cancer cells. The transforming nature of the cancer cells can be better understood through the biochemical program of quantitative and qualitative imbalance. Many institutions such as Mayo Clinic, University of Colorado and may more from USA are working in this field to bring out the challenging results.
Session 17: Biochemistry in diseases and therapeutics
Biochemistry plays a major role in drug discovery and therapeutics. Biochemical skills are required for monitoring drug metabolism routes, pharmacokinetic analysis and drug safety testing. Biochemists are also contributing to the Computational chemistry, structural analysis and other methods to predict drug binding and lead compounds in drug discovery and therapeutics.
Session 18: Developmental Biology
Developmental biology is the study of the process by which animals and plants grow and develop. Developmental biology also encompasses the biology of regeneration, asexual reproduction and metamorphosis and in the growth and differentiation of stem cells in the adult organism. Knowledge of normal developmental processes can aid in the understanding of developmental abnormalities and other conditions such as cancer.
Session 20: Physical Biochemistry
Physical biochemistry is a branch of biochemistry that deals with the theory, strategies & approach used to study the physical chemistry of biomolecules. It also deals with the mathematical approaches for the analysis of biochemical reaction & the modeling of biological systems. It provides insight to the structure of macromolecules & how chemical structure influences physical properties of a biological substance.