Abstract Submission opens:
June 01, 2020
Abstract Submission Deadline:
October 26, 2020
Standard Registration opens:
June 01, 2020
Standard Registration Deadline:
October 30, 2020
Session 1: Structure based drug design
Biologics 2019 Summit will be discussing on the structure based drug design is the process of designing a chemical structure with the objective of identifying a compound which suits for clinical tests. The process involves how that shapes and charges to interact with biological target in order to yield therapeutic activity. Structure based drug design based on three dimensional structures strictly.
Session 2: Molecular modeling
The scope of the biologics 2019 conference includes all aspects of molecular modeling and computational chemistry, including, for instance, the study of molecular shape and properties, molecular simulations, protein and polymer engineering, drug design, materials design, structure-activity and structure-property relationships, database mining, and compound library design.
Session 3: Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry
Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry complete understandings of research of exceptional centrality and convenience on all parts of atomic connections at the interface of science and science. Results in therapeutic science, substance science and medication revelation and configuration, underscoring new and rising advances and ideas in these fields. The point of the diary is to advance a superior comprehension at the sub-atomic dimension of life procedures, and living life forms, just as the cooperation of these with concoction operators.
Session 4: Cellular Reprogramming
The biologics conference 2019 provides the new insights on the etiology, development, and potential treatment of various diseases through reprogramming cellular mechanisms. The conference delivers information on cutting-edge techniques and the latest high-quality research and discoveries that are transforming biomedical research. The biologics conference includes the wide range of topics such as Somatic cell nuclear transfer and reprogramming in early embryos, Embryonic stem cells, Nuclear transfer stem cells, Generation of induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells and/or potential for cell-based therapies, Epigenetics and Adult stem cells and pluripotency.
Session 5: Redox Biology
Redox Biology will deal with chemical or biochemical mechanisms of redox biology, if these include data demonstrating effects in physiologically relevant models. Studies of uncharacterized complex mixtures of natural products. Call for abstracts are encouraged in the following areas Nutrition, Polyphenolics, Cancer, Metabolism, Cardiovascular, Diabetes, Inflammation, Aging, Neuroscience, Cell and Molecular Biology Cell Signaling and Bioenergetics
Session 6: Proteins and peptides:
Biologics 2019 summit invites abstracts from biochemistry, physiology and pharmacology of biological active peptides, as well as their functions that relate to gastroenterology, endocrinology, and behavioral effects. Peptides emphasizes all aspects of high profile peptide research in mammals and non-mammalian vertebrates. Special consideration can be given to florae and invertebrates. Submission of articles with clinical importance is particularly encouraged.
Session 7: Nucleotide chemical biology:
Chemical biology (Nucleotide) is primary research into physical, chemical, biochemical and biological aspects of nucleic acids and proteins involved in nucleic acid metabolism and/or interactions. Biologics 2019 summit Chemistry and synthetic biology; Computational biology; Gene regulation, chromatin and epigenetics; Genome integrity, repair and replication; Genomics; Molecular biology; Nucleic acid enzymes; RNA and Structural biology.
Session 8: Molecular Optogenetics and Synthetic Biology:
Optogenetic utilizes in minor creatures have yielded new bits of knowledge into both essential neuroscience just as infections of the sensory system, of most extreme significance to the inevitable interpretation of these advancements to the clinical domain is their application in non-human primates and human tissues. Be that as it may, a few issues maintain a strategic distance from direct use of minor creature optogenetic systems to nonhuman primates, including bigger mind measure, more noteworthy significance of wellbeing (i.e., littler resilience of vector-related unfriendly impacts), and contrasting defenselessness to irresistible conveyance vectors.
Session 9: Drug and target discoveryThe biologics 2019 emphasis on the rapid developments in drug discovery and associated technologies but also the management, commercial and also on the regulatory issues that increasingly play a part in how R&D is scheduled, designed and implemented. The meeting includes High-throughput screening, Therapeutic targets, Combinatorial chemistry, parallel synthesis and library design, Drug delivery, ADME/Tox, Advances in key compound classes and Genomics and proteomics, Virtual chemistry, Informatics, Business strategy, Clinical trials, Novel therapeutic strategies, Automation and technology, and more
Session 10: Spectroscopy
Spectroscopy is the process of employing different techniques to obtain data on the structure and properties of matter which is used for solving a wide variety of analytical problems. Spectroscopy is a study of absorption and emission of light and other radiation by matter, as related to the dependence of these processes on the wavelength of the radiation. More lately, the definition is “The study of the interactions between particles such as electrons, protons, and ions, as well as their interaction with other particles as a function of their collision energy”. Spectroscopic techniques have been applied practically all technical fields of science and technology. Types of Spectroscopy, X-Ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), Infrared absorption spectroscopy (IRS), Ultraviolet and visible absorption spectroscopy (UV-VIS), Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR), Raman Spectroscopy. Analytical & Spectroscopy 2020 Conference mainly focuses novel approaches to analytical and bio-analytical methods, analytical methodology, bioanalytical methodology, chromatographic techniques, environmental analytical chemistry, electrophoresis, advancements in mass spectrometry, criminal analysis, advances in separation techniques, analytical biotechnology, pharmaceutical analysis, process analytical chemistry, thermal analysis and glycomics, applications of analytical and bioanalytical methods, new instrumentation and equipment, regulatory issues and biosafety challenges in bioanalysis. Research Heads, Experts in Analytical Techniques, from Laboratories & Research Centers, Leads from Pharmacy and Chemical Industries, Industrial expertise working with various spectrometer, Marketing teams of Industries with innovative products to showcase at the conference, Directors and Professors from Universities and Institutions, Post-doctoral and Ph.D. students working on Analytical & Bio-Analytical techniques, Theoretical scientists working on deriving analytical techniques, Relevant Graduate and Postgraduate students.
Session 11: Analytical technologies
Analytical Techniques are used for the quantitative and qualitative resolve of concentration of a compound by using various techniques. The most frequently used techniques in analytical chemistry are titrations, spectroscopy, chromatography, gravimetric analysis, electro-analytical methods, and microscopy and radio analytical chemistry. Microscopy is the field were microscopes are used to view objects and areas of objects that cannot be seen with the naked eye. Analytical chemistry (Radio) focuses on analysis of sample for their radionuclide content. The majority of analytical methods are categorized in 4 basic disciplines within the field of analytic chemistry, Spectrometry, Spectrophotometry, Atomic Absorption, Mass Spectrometry, Luminescence, Fluorescence, Chemiluminescence, Nephelometry, Electro-Analytical Methods, Electrophoresis, Potentiometric, Amperometry, Chromatography, Gas Chromatography, Liquid Chromatography, and Thin Layer Chromatography.
Session 12: Biophysical technologies
Automation & sensitivity of biophysical methods for measuring biomolecules interacting has spurred progress in drug discovery recently. Isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC), Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), biosensor-based assays, surface plasmon resonance (SPR), and thermal shift assays (TSAs) have enabled discovery of compounds targeting protein-protein interactions and complex membrane protein targets. Chemical Biology 2020 is going to organize a chemistry symposium that will bring together chemists, structural biologists, biophysical chemists and computational researchers to discuss the latest biophysical advances and strategies to apply them more efficient for drug generation.
Session 13: Nuclear Chemistry/Radiochemistry
Nuclear chemistry or Radiochemistry deals with radioactivity, nuclear processes, such as nuclear transmutation, and nuclear properties and Radiochemistry is the chemistry of radioactive materials, where radioactive isotopes are used to learn the properties and chemical reactions of non-radioactive. Radiopharmaceutical chemistry is progressively used to bond pharmaceutical and medical research with state-of-the-art non-invasive molecular diagnosis as well as with patient-individual treatment. Main topics of radio chemistry are Radio analysis and Radio chemical Separations, Radiopharmaceutical chemistry, Migration of radionuclides, Radiation chemistry, Coordination Chemistry of the Radioactive Elements, Analytical measurement and Application of Radioisotopes, Non-proliferation of Nuclear Materials, Waste management and Remediation of Land Contaminated by Radioactivity, Environmental Problems of the Radiochemical Industry and Atomic Power engineering.
Session 14: Molecular modelling
Molecular Modelling aids as an active means to visualize and inspire the three-dimensional structures so as to predict and analyze the behaviour and properties of macromolecules from the atomic level to data mining. This technique helps to organize compound properties into the database in order to develop novel drug compounds by performing virtual drug screening. Molecular modelling helps in expressive molecular structures using computers with the equations of quantum and classical physics which takes to the discovery of new lead components in drugs. This event of Chemistry Conference will focus on recent advances at the intersection of Small Molecules and Macromolecular Protein Structures. Sessions related to Quantum Mechanics, Molecular Mechanics, Molecular docking, Ab initio methods, DFT methods (Density Functional Theory), Semiempirical Methods, Quantum Methods, which are an essential part that generates discussion and interaction among the conference attendees. CADD will continue the tradition of outstanding science presented in a relaxed atmosphere infused with a variety of social activities
Session 15: Receptor agonist and antagonist
Agonist- Antagonist are the receptor binds to the receptor and mediates the therapeutic response either by activates or blocks the receptor. Agonists makes receptors to yield anticipated action whereas the antagonists blocks the action by the binding to the receptor. Inverse agonist act against to the agonist. Receptors (transmembrane proteins) enabling the transmission of chemical signals from the cellular outer microenvironment into the cells, as well as within the cell. An agonist (mimetic) of the natural ligand and produces a similar biological effect as the natural ligand when it binds to the receptor like Ligand-gated ion channels, Tyrosine kinase-coupled, Drug–receptor interaction.
Session 16: Natural Products
Biologically active and Natural products inspire research scientists, physicians, and patients alike for centuries. Ancient traditional medicines to modern day targeted therapies, bioactive compounds and natural products have significantly furthered one of mankind’s greatest achievements and future endeavors, the progression of human health. Chemical Biology 2020 includes sessions on Natural products and Bioactive Compounds, Natural product pathway biology, biosynthesis, isolation, chemical biology, medicinal chemistry, drug discovery, chemical methods, and chemical synthesis.
Session 17: Carbohydrates
The important roles of carbohydrates in human metabolism, homeostasis, immunology, transplantation, allergy, microbial, bacterial and viral infection, host-microbe interaction, cancer, etc. have been recognized. Chemical Biology 2020 brings experts and emerging investigators under one roof to present their cutting-edge research progresses and to discuss openly ideas and future directions in the carbohydrate field. Primary topics includes carbohydrate structures and glycomics to synthetic strategies, carbohydrate biosynthesis and degradation enzymes, carbohydrate-based prebiotics and therapeutics, glycol immunology and chemical glycol biology, human and microbial glycomics, and carbohydrates in host-microbe interactions.
Session 18: LipidsThe Chemical Biology 2020 will provide a forum for world top scientists to present and discuss their most recent discoveries in lipid Sciences, biology and metabolism. Membranes and their lipid components are constantly remodelled at specific locations within cells during normal metabolism and in response to changes in their environment. Many signalings are mediated by lipid molecules or their metabolites. Topics emphasized in the sessions of this meeting include signal transduction through sphingolipids and phosphoinositides, metabolism of fatty acids and sterols at the cellular and organismal level, lipid links to energy metabolism, the impact of lipids on membrane properties, the
Session 19: Proteins and peptides
Chemical Biology 2020 is of great scientific quality which will bring together world-leading chemistry experts from several subjects under the broad subject of Peptides and Proteins and biotechnologies to highlight the latest advances within the Chemistry field. Peptides and proteins are used at the core of clinical, medical and therapeutically technological advances and its knowledge has led to major ground breaking discoveries in many fields like vaccination towards Alzheimer disease, Cancer, or drug tolerance. During Proteins and Peptides Session in this chemistry event, world-leading experts from USA, Asia and Europe will present latest research findings on proteins structure, protein interaction and identification, and peptides engineering methods.
Chemical Biology 2020 is of great scientific quality which will bring together world-leading chemistry experts from several subjects under the broad subject of Peptides and Proteins and biotechnologies to highlight the latest advances within the Chemistry field. Peptides and proteins are used at the core of clinical, medical and therapeutically technological advances and its knowledge has led to major groundbreaking discoveries in many fields like vaccination towards Alzheimer disease, Cancer, or drug tolerance. During Proteins and Peptides Session in this chemistry event, world-leading experts from the USA, Asia and Europe will present the latest research findings on proteins structure, protein interaction and identification, and peptides engineering methods.
Synthetic dyes are manufactured from organic molecules. Before the discovery of synthetic dyes in 1856, the majority of natural dyes were prepared from plant sources: berries, bark, roots, wood, fungi, leaves, and lichens. Batches of natural dyes were never exactly alike in hue and intensity, whereas synthetic dyestuffs can be manufactured consistently these dyes are made from synthetic resources such as chemicals, petroleum by-products, and earth minerals. The first human-made organic aniline dye, mauveine, was discovered by William Henry Perkin in 1857, the result of a failed attempt in total synthesis of quinine. Since then, thousands of synthetic dyes have been prepared.
Session 21: COVID
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Most people who fall sick with COVID-19 will experience mild to moderate symptoms and recover without special treatment.
The virus that causes COVID-19 is mainly transmitted through droplets generated when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or exhales. These droplets are too heavy to hang in the air, and quickly fall on floors or surfaces. You can be infected by breathing in the virus if you are within close proximity of someone who has COVID-19, or by touching a contaminated surface and then your eyes, nose or mouth.