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Molecular Immunology 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Molecular Immunology 2018
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Molecular Immunology deals with the understanding of the immune system and how it functions to protect us from pathogens, like bacteria and viruses, while at the same time ignoring the harmless or beneficial microbes in our environment. Various techniques used in Molecular Immunology Antibodies. Antibody uses: Elisa, Nephelometry, Radioimmunology.
- Track 1-1Molecular Vaccines
- Track 1-2Cancer Biomarker
- Track 1-3Immunoprophylaxis
- Track 1-4Immunoproteomics
- Track 1-5Immunoglycomics
- Track 1-6Immunoglobulins
- Track 1-7Immunomicrobiology
- Track 1-8Immunopathogenesis
- Track 1-9Innate Immune System
- Track 1-10Neuroimmunology
- Track 1-11Molecular Oncology and Immunology
- Track 1-12Immunogenetics
- Track 1-13Antibody Engineering
- Track 1-14Innate & Adaptive Immune System
Cellular Immunology is a study of cellular immune responses in vitro and in vivo. It is concerned with the immunological activities of cells in clinical situations or experimental. It focuses on the topics like Antigen receptor sites Autoimmunity, Delayed-type hypersensitivity or cellular immunity, Immunologic deficiency states and their reconstitution, Immunologic surveillance and tumor immunity, Immunomodulation, Lymphocytes and cytokines, Immunotherapy, No antibody immunity, Resistance to intracellular microbial and viral infection, Parasite immunology, Thymus and lymphocyte immunobiology, Transplantation immunology, Tumor immunity.
- Track 2-1Allergy Immunology
- Track 2-2HIV Immunology
- Track 2-3Parasite Immunology
- Track 2-4Thymus and lymphocyte Immunobiology
- Track 2-5T-cell Immunology
- Track 2-6Systemic Lupus Erythmatosus
Immunogenetics is the branch of science that deals with the relationship between the immune system and their genetics. Immungenetics comprise all processes of an organism, which are controlled and influenced by the genes of the organism. Immunogenetics focuses on autoimmune diseases, such as type 1 diabetes, are complex genetic traits which result from defects in the immune system. Defining the immune defects, Identification of genes, may identify new target genes for therapeutic approaches in future.
- Track 3-1Immunogenetics and Pharmacogenetics
- Track 3-2Chronic Inflammation
- Track 3-3Genetic Research
- Track 3-4Vasculitis and Autoimmune Disease
- Track 3-5Platelet Immunology
- Track 3-6Granulocyte Immunology
Autoimmune disease is a pathological state arising from an abnormal immune response of the body to substances and tissues that are normally present in the body. Any disease that results from such an unusual immune response is termed an autoimmune disease. Autoimmune disease can affect nearly any part of the body, including the heart, brain, nerves, joints, skin, glands, eyes, muscles, lungs, kidneys, the digestive tract and blood vessels.
- Track 4-1Addison Disease
- Track 4-2Celiac Disease
- Track 4-3Multiple Sclerosis
- Track 4-4Pernicious Anemia
- Track 4-5Graves Disease
- Track 4-6Dermatomyositis
- Track 4-7Type I Diabetes
- Track 4-8Rheumatology
Tumour immunology defines the interaction among cells of the immune system with tumour cells. The tumour microenvironment is a main aspect of cancer biology that contributes to tumour initiation, tumour progression and responses to therapy. Tumours are groups of abnormal cells that form lumps. Different kinds of tumours grow and behave differently, depending on whether they are non-cancerous or cancerous.
- Track 5-1Carcinoid Tumor
- Track 5-2Pituitary Tumor
- Track 5-3Characteristics of Tumor Microenvironment
- Track 5-4Mechanism of Tumor Immunity
- Track 5-5Novel Immunotherapeutics
- Track 5-6Tumor Invasion and Metastasis
Vaccinology describes vaccine development and how the immune system retorts to vaccines, but also includes ongoing evaluation of immunization programs, vaccine safety and effectiveness, as well as surveillance of the epidemiology of vaccine-preventable diseases. It derives from epidemiology, immunology, infectious disease, virology, preventive medicine, paediatrics and public health.
- Track 6-1Cancer Vaccines
- Track 6-2Dibetic Vaccine
- Track 6-3Recombinant Vaccines
- Track 6-4Chickenpox Vaccine
- Track 6-5Pneumonia Vaccines
- Track 6-6Swine Flu Vaccines
- Track 6-7Influenza Vaccine
- Track 6-8Mucosal Vaccine
- Track 6-9H1N1 Vaccine
- Track 6-10Smallpox Vaccine
- Track 6-11OPV Vaccine
- Track 6-12Malaria Vaccine
- Track 6-13HIV/AIDS Vaccines
- Track 6-14Veterinary Vaccines
- Track 6-15HPV Vaccines
- Track 6-16DNA Vaccines
Microbial immunology is the study of the molecular mechanisms used by microbes to cause disease in humans and animals. Bacterial, protozoan, fungal and viral pathogens have developed a wide variety of tools to establish themselves in the host and gain nutrients, which also cause impairment and disease. To understand the complex processes used by microbial pathogens, microbiologists and immunologists employ all the tools of modern molecular biology, genetics, virulence factors, drug interactions, biochemistry and biophysics. Understanding how microbes cause disease is often the first step toward the development of new vaccines and therapeutics and its cover all aspects of the interrelationship between infectious agents and their hosts.
- Track 7-1Molecular Parasitology
- Track 7-2Microbial Genetics
- Track 7-3Innate and Adaptive Immunity
- Track 7-4Bacteriology
- Track 7-5Host interactions and System Biology
- Track 7-6T-cell immunity
Biochemistry is the study of science that explores the chemical processes in living organisms. It’s a laboratory based science that carries together biology and chemistry and deals with the structures and functions of cellular components such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and biomolecules. Biochemistry focuses at a molecular level like what’s happening inside our cells and how cells communicate with each other.
Molecular biology is the study of biology at a molecular level and deals with connections between the various systems of the cell including the interactions between DNA, RNA and protein synthesis.
- Track 8-1Molecular Virology
- Track 8-2Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology
- Track 8-3Cell and Molecular Biophysics
- Track 8-4Cell Division
- Track 8-5Developmental Biology
- Track 8-6Molecular Bioscience
Molecular oncology is a flied of medical speciality at the interface of medicinal chemistry and oncology that refers to the investigation of the chemistry of cancer and tumors at the molecular scale. Cellular Oncology deals with both biomedical and clinical portion also translational cancer research on the cell and tissue level. This includes a variety of fields like genome technology, micro-arrays and other high-throughput techniques, SNP, DNA methylation, signaling pathways, DNA organization, (sub)microscopic imaging, proteomics, bioinformatics, functional effects of genomics, drug design, molecular diagnostics and targeted cancer therapies, genotype-phenotype interactions.
- Track 9-1Cancer Biology
- Track 9-2Gene Therapy
- Track 9-3Breast Cancer
- Track 9-4Cellular Biophysics
Immunodermatology studies skin as an organ of immunity in health and disease. Immunodermatology testing is important for the correct diagnosis and treatment of numerous diseases affecting epithelial organs including skin, mucous membranes, gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts.
- Track 10-1Molecular Dermatology
- Track 10-2Lupus Erythematosus
- Track 10-3Oral Mucositis
- Track 10-4Atopic Dermatitis
- Track 10-5Lichen Planus
- Track 10-6Lymphoproliferative Diseases
Immunological techniques are the wide varieties of methods and focused experimental protocols developed by immunologists for inducing, measuring, and characterizing immune responses. The most common immunological methods relate to the production and use of antibodies to identify particular proteins in biological samples. They allow the immunologists to alter the immune system through cellular, molecular and genetic manipulation.
- Track 11-1Immunoelectrophoresis
- Track 11-2Immunohistochemistry
- Track 11-3Translational Immunology
- Track 11-4Biochemical Techniques
- Track 11-5Immunoassay
- Track 11-6Detection of Antibodies or Antigens
- Track 11-7Immunologic therapies
- Track 11-8Immunoprofiling
Molecular microbiology is the branch of microbiology that deals with molecular mechanisms and physiological processes that occur in microorganisms.
- Track 12-1Genomics
- Track 12-2Proteomics
- Track 12-3Cell Culture
- Track 12-4Microbial Infections
- Track 12-5Bacterial Pathogenesis
- Track 12-6Host Microbe Biology
Transplantation means removing something from one position and introducing it in another position. It is the act of transferring cells, tissues, or organs from one place to another place. The inserted tissue or organ is known as graft. Organs which can be transplanted are heart, kidneys, liver, lungs, pancreas, penis, eyes and intestine.
- Track 13-1Bone Marrow Transplantation
- Track 13-2Stem Cell Transplantation
- Track 13-3Solid Organ Transplantation
- Track 13-4Graft Rejection
- Track 13-5Cellular Rejection
- Track 13-6Chronic Rejection
- Track 13-7Hyperacute Rejection
Molecular biomarkers have been defined as cellular, biochemical or molecular alterations that are measurable in biological media such as human tissues, cells or fluids. In practice biomarkers include tools and technologies are used for various purposes, including disease diagnosis and prognosis, prediction and assessment of treatment response and safety assessment also in the nervous system there is a wide range of techniques that used for taking information about the brain in both the healthy and diseased state. Biomarkers applications are in field of diagnosis and management of cardiovascular diseases, infections, immunological, some genetic disorders and cancer are well known. Biomarkers also assist in neuroscience to diagnosis and treatment of nervous system disorders and to investigate their cause.
- Track 14-1Protein Biomarker
- Track 14-2Genetic Biomarker
- Track 14-3Pathological Biomarkers
- Track 14-4Cellular Biomarker
- Track 14-5Biomarkers in Neurology
Molecular medicine is the application of molecular biology, genetics and molecular immunology to the understanding of human health and disease. It aims to understand of normal body function and disease pathogenesis at the cellular and molecular levels. Its objective is to develop a novel understanding of good health and through a better understanding of disease processes and ways of prevention, diagnosing and treating diseases.
The global molecular medicine kits and reagents market is expected to grow at a CAGR of ~7% from 2013 to 2018.
- Track 15-1Molecular Toxicology
- Track 15-2Molecular Pathology
- Track 15-3Metabolic Disorders
- Track 15-4Neurodegenerative Disorders
- Track 15-5Cardiovascular Diseases
Computational immunology is a field of science that incorporates high-throughput genomic and bioinformatics methods to immunology, its involves the development and application of bioinformatics methods, mathematical models and statistical techniques for the study of immune system biology.
- Track 16-1Immune Genomics
- Track 16-2Bioinformatics
- Track 16-3Antigenic Peptide Prediction
- Track 16-4Vaccine Response
- Track 16-5Translational Research
- Track 16-6Host Pathogen Dynamics
Immunohematology is more frequently known as blood banking is a branch of hematology which studies antigen-antibody reactions and analogous phenomena as they similar to the pathogenesis and clinical manifestations of blood disorders. Immunohaematology is a study of the immunology and genetics of blood groups, blood cell antigens and antibodies and specific blood proteins especially important in blood banking and transfusion medicine.
- Track 17-1Pediatric Hematology
- Track 17-2Hematogenetics
- Track 17-3Transfusion Medicine
- Track 17-4Hemostasis and Thrombosis
- Track 17-5Sjogren Syndrome
Industrial Immunology is the study of how the body defends itself against disease. It helps us understand how the immune system is tricked into attacking its own tissue, leading to diseases like rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes or allergy.
- Track 18-1Antibodies
- Track 18-2Flow Cytometry
- Track 18-3Biotechnology Company
- Track 18-4Clinical Industries
- Track 18-5Diagnostics Laboratory
Innate or nonspecific immunity is the defense against infection that can be activated immediately once a pathogen attacks. It protects you against all antigens. These mechanisms include physical barriers such as skin, chemicals in the blood and immune system cells that attack foreign cells in the body. The innate immune system is fundamentally made up of barriers that intention to keep viruses, bacteria, parasites and other foreign particles out of our body or limit their ability to spread and move throughout the body.
Inflammation is the body’s response occurs when tissues are damaged by bacteria, toxins, heat, or any other cause. The aim is being to remove harmful stimuli, including damaged cells, irritants, or pathogens and begin the healing process. These damaged cells release chemicals including histamine, bradykinin and prostaglandins.
- Track 19-1Immune Therapy
- Track 19-2Antibody Therapy
- Track 19-3Immune System Disorders and Allergies
- Track 19-4Acquired Immunity
- Track 19-5Inflammatory Response
- Track 19-6Immunodeficiency Disorders
Mucosal Immunology is a branch of study of the immune system, which provides protection to an organism's numerous mucous membranes from invasion by potentially pathogenic microbes. The interests of scientists studying gastrointestinal, pulmonary, nasopharyngeal, oral, ocular, and genitourinary immunology. The mucosal surfaces of the gastrointestinal, reproductive and respiratory tracts are in direct contact with the external environment and are therefore susceptible to invasion by pathogens. Mucosal immune system must balance the need to respond to such pathogens with maintaining a harmonious relationship with commensal bacteria and innocuous environmental antigens. This Focus highlights the latest research providing insights into global infections, mucosal vaccines, immune regulation and its relationship to inflammation, various diseases of mucosal tissues such as inflammatory bowel disease, and the immunological importance of epithelial cells.
- Track 20-1Mucosal Vaccination
- Track 20-2Mucosal Immunology of HIV Infection
- Track 20-3Mucosal Immunology of Infectious Diseases
- Track 20-4Mucosal Immunology of Parasitic Diseases
- Track 20-5Mucosal Immunology of Host Defenses
- Track 20-6Mucosal Diseases
An allergy is a reaction by your immune system to something in the environment that generally causes little or no problem in most people. Infectious diseases are caused by pathogenic microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites, the diseases can be spread directly or indirectly, from one person to another.
- Track 21-1Asthma and Allergic Diseases
- Track 21-2Malaria and Other Tropical Diseases
- Track 21-3Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
Molecular neuroscience is a division of neurological science that recognizes the concepts of nervous system with molecular biology and molecular genetics. The scope of this subject is the study of behaviour of neurons at the cellular and molecular level and the effects of genetics and epigenetics on neuronal development, cell signaling, ion channels, neural degeneration, neurodegenerative diseases and repair.
- Track 22-1Neuroanatomy
- Track 22-2Neuropharmacology
- Track 22-3Neurological Disorders
- Track 22-4Cell and Molecular Neurobiology