Theme: Evolution and Exploration of Molecular Microbiology



ME Conferences is inviting every one of the speakers and members to turn into a piece of "Worldwide Conference on Molecular Microbiology" which is a part of webinar going to be hung on December 14, 2021. Microbiology Conf 2021 will focus on the theme "Sub-atomic Microbiology's Evolution and Exploration" which provides worldwide platforms to discuss about the present and future challenges of the novel corona virus, advanced microbial techniques, genetic engineering in microbiology, bacteriology, parasitology, infectious diseases, virology and its clinical pathology and enzyme technology etc. We are welcoming all the interested participants throughout the world.

" Theme: Sub-atomic Microbiology's Evolution and Exploration "

This Virtual meet furnishes you with a great open door with peers both from scholastic circle and modern level has a place with microbial science. It has been planned in a disciplinary way with a different track to browse each section. The talks were planned on arising and novel methods of atomic microbial science which incorporates sub-atomic microbial science and ramifications of SARS CoV-2, genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, biodegradation, bioremediation, microbial biofilms, quality treatment and quality articulation, DNA criminology, DNA recombination, sub-atomic hereditary qualities, sub-atomic carcinogenesis, resistance, bacteriology, parasitology and some more.

Microbiology Conference 2021 is a multidisciplinary program with board participation with members around the world focusing on learning about molecular biology research and its advantages. This is your wonderful opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from microbiology community that is from microbiology entities, medical groups, academia, related associations, labs, societies, pharmaceuticals, medical device industries, biomedical and also government agencies. The main theme of this conference is to conduct presentation, distribute information, and to meet with current and potential scientists to make a splash with new clinical researches, and to receive recognition at this virtual event.

Benefits of attending Microbiology Conference 2021

Presenting a paper: The social event Presenters will get the chance to introduce their exploration papers before a worldwide crowd of recognized experts from related fields, getting both ideal and productive criticism on their work. Additionally, trade of thoughts inside similar subjects of interest, which will exceed all expectations for their future worldwide joint efforts.

Publication: Meeting procedures are consistently the best alternative to have your exploration distributions distributed and filed in exceptionally listed diaries.

Networking for future collaborations: All occasion visitors will get the chance to coordinate with other current academicians and subject matter experts, just as trade their viewpoints on late turns of events. The significant objective of the meeting is to upgrade research cooperation, which will be a community oriented learning experience where members can work on their insight or abilities in accomplishing institutional objectives.

Added Research Value: Our association is giving the best stage for all participants in their different fields, which will give colossal exploration worth to your callings. Our panel individuals are arranging the occasion so that it will permit open admittance to different examination endeavours in the fitting point regions, just as latest things and difficulties that will be tended to, and our occasion will be licensed with an e-declaration that will be gainful.


  • Microbiology researchers
  • Clinical researchers
  • Pathologists
  • Immunologists
  • Researchers
  • Scientists
  • Pharmacists
  • Biotechnologists
  • Medical device industries
  • Molecular biologists
  • Genetic engineers
  • Cellular microbiologists
  • Environmental specialists
  • Bacteriologists
  • Virologists
  • Veterinary microbiologists
  • Computational biologists
  • Hospitals, labs and association
  • University Professors
  • Research Scholars
  • Laboratory technicians
  • Students

Track 1.  Molecular Biology and Implications of Sars Cov-2

The branch of science which deals with the study of the composition, structure, and interactions of cellular molecules is known as Molecular Biology. Coronavirus is a disease which was caused by the virus Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-cov-2). Coronaviruses belongs to the family of positive sense single stranded RNA. This virus mainly infects the humans, mammals and other  avian species which includes  livestock  and companion animals. This virus severely affects the respiratory  track in mammals which causes breathing issues. Coronavirus  belongs to the sub-family of Orthocoronavirinae. This  orthocoronavirinae consists of 4 genera such as

  • Alphacoronavirus
  • Betacoronavirus
  • Gammacoronavirus
  • Deltacoronavirus

Track 2.  Structure and Functions of Biological Macromolecule

A macromolecule is a molecule which is large in size such as protein. The macromolecules are composed of thousands if covalently bonded atoms. The polymerization of smaller molecules is known as monomers. Many macromolecules are considered as monomers. The most common macromolecules in biochemistry includes biopolymers such as proteins, nucleic acids and carbohydrates and some large non-polymeric molecules such as macrocycles and lipids.

Track 3. Components Involved in Molecular  Biology

The components which are involved in the molecular biology are DNA which is the repository of the genetic information and RNA which is a close relative of the DNA that plays a key role in the pathway from  DNA  to proteins which is known as “Central Dogma”. One of the basic element which is involved in molecular biology is nucleic acid. Nucleic acid also will be in the form of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA).

Track 4. Techniques for Molecular Biology

The techniques which are mostly used in the molecular microbiology is to study  the protein structure and its function. The mostly used process  for the study of protein function is known as molecular cloning. These techniques are also used for the study of the protein function which is present in the Corona Virus. Some of the techniques which are mostly used in the molecular microbiology are

Track 5. Genomics, Proteomics, and Bioinformatics

Genomics is one of the field of biology which mostly focus  on structure, function, mapping, evolution and editing of the genomes. In organisms, a complete set of DNA which includes all of its genes is known as a genome. The branch of science which deals with the study of proteins is known as proteomics. The vital parts of  living organisms with its functions is known as proteins. The entire set of proteins which is produced or modified by an organism is known as a proteome. The branch of science which deals with the study of developing methods and software tools for understanding the biological data is known as bioinformatics. Bioinformatics is also combined with other field of science such as computer science, information engineering , statistics, mathematics, and biology to analyze and interpret the biological data.

  • Short gun sequencing
  • High- throughput sequencing
  • Phosphorylation
  • Ubiquitination
  • Genome annotation
  • Comparative genomics

Track 6. Biodegradation and Bioremediation

The breakdown of the organic matter by microorganisms like bacteria and fungi is known as biodegradation. Biodegradation process involves in three stages such as biodetoriation, biofragmentation, and assimilation. Biodegradation is the process where  the natural substances  are separated into little pieces  by microbial living beings. Bioremediation is the admistrative method which is used to treat the contaminated media like water, soil and subsurface material by altering the environmental conditions to stimulate the growth of the microorganisms and to degrade the target pollutants.

Track 7. Microbial Biofilms

The collection of one or more different types of microorganisms which can be grown on many different surfaces is known as biofilm. The microorganisms which forms biofilms such as protists, bacteria and fungi.  Biofilms exists in many different variety of  forms such as pond scum or the slimy build up in the sink, dental plaque. This development includes some of the grouping steps such as connection, moulding, metabolism and separation.

Track 8. Stem Cell Technology

A cell which has a unique ability to develop into some specialized  cell types in the body is known as stem cell. Based upon their origin and ability to differentiate stem cells are classified into many different  types. The stem cell has a potential to regenerate and repair a damaged tissue.

Track 9. Gene Therapy and Gene Expression

The technique which is used to modify a gene to treat or cure a disease is known as gene therapy.  Germline gene therapy is used in modifying the genes which are present in sperm cells or eggs and then  passes any genetic changes to future generations. Somatic cell gene therapy mostly involved in obtaining the blood cells from a person  who is effected  with a  genetic  disease  and a normal gene was introduced into a defective cell. The  process  in which the information from a gene is used in the synthesis of a functional gene product which enables to produce the protein as an end product. The products which are mostly produced are proteins, but some of the proteins are non-protein coding genes like small nuclear RNA or transfer RNA, and the product which is a functional RNA.

  • Somatic cell gene therapy
  • Germline gene therapy
  • Transcription
  • Translation

Track 10. DNA Forensics and DNA Recombination         

DNA forensic is also known as DNA profiling. DNA profiling is mostly used for legal and investigation purposes. DNA profiling is also known as DNA fingerprinting. DNA fingerprinting is one of the process which is used for the determination of individual DNA characteristics. DNA barcoding is a process which is also used in analyzing the DNA which is intended to identify the species rather than an individual. DNA recombination is a process in which the pieces of DNA are broken and recombined to produce new combination of alleles. The process of recombination which creates the genetic diversity at the level of genes which reflects the differences in the sequences of DNA in different organisms.

  • RFLP analysis
  • DQ alpha testing
  • Rapid DNA
  • mtDNA  sequencing
  • Homologous recombination
  • Illegitimate recombination
  • Site-specific recombination
  • Replicative recombination

Track 11. Coding and Non-Coding Of DNA

A sequence of DNA which codes for protein is known as coding DNA whereas a sequence of DNA which does not code for protein is known as non-coding of DNA. The coding DNA is also known as exon. Most of the non-coding DNA lies in between the genes on the chromosomes and it does not have any function. The sequences which are separated by long regions of the DNA are called as introns.

  • Cis and trans regulatory elements
  • Introns
  • Pseudogenes
  • Telomeres

Track 12. Molecular Genetics

The branch of science which deals with the study of genetics dealing  with the structure and activity of the genetic material at the molecular level is known as  Molecular genetics. By using the genetic screens, molecular biology often applies the “Investigative approach” to determine the structure or function of genes which are present in organism’s genome. Cellular biology, molecular biology,

biochemistry, and biotechnology are the sub-fields in biology. Some of the techniques which are used in the molecular genetics are

  • Central Dogma
  • Forward genetics
  • Reverse genetics

Track 13. Molecular Carcinogenesis 

The formation of cancer cells, where the normal cells are transformed into the cancer cells is known as carcinogenesis. Carcinogenesis is also called as tumor genesis or oncogenesis. Any substance, radiation or radionuclide which promotes carcinogenesis is known as carcinogen. There are 3 types of carcinogens which causes carcinogenesis such as

Track 14. Immunity and Infection

Immunity is defined as the ability to defend itself from foreign bodies. Innate immunity is also known as non-specific immune system, which is naturally occurred during the birth and protects from antigens. Adaptive immunity is also called as acquired immune system. It is composed of specialized, systemic cells which eliminates the pathogens and prevents its growth. An infection is defined as the invasion and growth of germs in body. The germs may be of different types such as fungi, algae, bacteria, yeasts, viruses and other microorganisms.

Track 15. Bacteriology and Parasitology

The branch of science which  deals with the study of bacteria and its morphology, genetics, nature and organic chemistry of the organism is known as bacteriology. Bacteria are mostly single celled organisms and are metabolically active. Mostly bacteria are divided by binary fission. The branch of science which deals with the study of parasitic organisms is known as parasitology. Parasitologists  will study about the parasites at any place they happen and whether they are microorganisms, worms and infections.

Track 16. Virology and Pathology

The branch of science which deals with the study of viruses and infecting like agents, sub-microscopic, genetic material like protein coat, and parasitic particles is known as virology. Viruses are classified based on their shape. Mostly the viruses are identified in 4 different  shapes  like filamentous, icosahedral, enveloped and head and tail. The study of mechanism and process by which the viruses causes diseases in their hosts is known as viral pathogenesis. The factors that affect viral pathogenesis are

 Track 17. Vaccines and Antibodies Production

 A product which is used to stimulate the human immune system to produce immunity against a specific disease and protects the person from the disease is known as vaccine. Vaccines are mostly taken through injections and also taken orally through mouth or sprayed into nose to increase the protection against a particular disease. The vaccines are mostly prepared from killed microorganisms like bacteria or viruses.

  • Live attenuated vaccines
  • Inactivated vaccines
  • Recombinant vaccines
  • Toxoid vaccines
  • mRNA  vaccines 

Track 18. Environmental Microbiology

The branch of science which deals with the study of microorganisms which are present in the environment is known as environmental microbiology. The environmental microbiology is the study of structure and activities of microbial communities. It is also the study of element cycles and biogeochemical process. The main branches which are involved in environmental microbiology are

Track 19. Soil Microbiology

The branch of science which deals with the study of the microorganisms and its functions, how they affect the soil properties is known as soil microbiology. The microorganisms which are present in the soil are classified as fungi, bacteria, algae, actinomycetes, protozoa. The main role the soil microorganism is to release the nutrients from the organic matter. Microorganisms will help in decomposing the organic matter and consumes the nitrogen and carbon content  which are present in the organic matter for their own growth and they release the excess nutrients which are used for the growth of the plants.

Track 20. Veterinary Microbiology

The branch of science which deals with the study of the microorganisms which causes viral diseases to the domesticated animals like livestock, fur bearing animals, companion animals, poultry and game is known as veterinary microbiology.

Track 21. Agriculture Microbiology

The branch of science which deals with the study of the microorganisms which are associated with the plants is known as agricultural microbiology. It also deals with the microbiology of soil fertility like microbial degradation of organic matter and transformation of soil nutrients. This field will also investigates in many other different angles like physiology, atomic science, genetics, pathogenicity and different parts of the plant microorganisms. Microorganisms will also plays a major role in biogeochemical cycles due to their ubiquitous distribution and diverse enzyme activity. Some of the biogeochemical cycles like carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle, sulpur cycle.

Track 22. Pharmaceutical Microbiology

The branch of science which deals with the study of the microorganisms which are particular to the production of antibiotics, vitamins, vaccines, enzymes, and also pharmaceuticals products is known as pharmaceutical microbiology. It is also study of microorganisms which causes contamination in the pharmaceutical products, detoriation, degradation and spoilage of pharmaceutical raw materials. Pharmaceutical microbiology is one of the field in applied microbiology. The antibiotics are produced from 2/3rd of the microorganisms.


Track 23. Industrial Microbiology

 The branch of biotechnology which deals with the study of microorganisms which are used in the industries is known as industrial microbiology. The main features of industrial microbiology are microbial sciences are used to derive industrial products, it involves in manipulation of the microorganisms to increase their yield, involves in some processes like enzymatic reactions and fermentation, the real world applications include hormones, amino acids, antibiotics.

Track 24. Applications of Molecular Microbiology

Molecular biology mainly includes genetic analysis, gene cloning, DNA fingering and forensics. Molecular techniques are the tools for analysing the microorganisms. Electrophoresis is one of the technique which is used in molecular microbiology. Electrophoresis is  a technique which is mostly done with gels formed in tubes, slabs or on flat beds. PCR is also one of the technique which mostly targets and amplifies a specific region of a DNA strand and it is also used for DNA fingerprinting.

Track 25. Advanced Research in Molecular Microbiology

Microbiology is a branch of science which deals with the study of microscopic organisms like archeae, fungi, viruses, bacteria, algae, and protozoa. It includes fundamental research on biochemistry, physiology, cell biology, evolution, ecology, and some of the clinical aspects of microorganisms which includes the host response to these agents. The current research is a scientific deal with the on-going in the field of applied microbiology. This study is related to virology, mycology, parasitology, bacteriology, host immune response and evolution of microbes.




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