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2nd Edition of Euro-Global Conference on Biotechnology and Bioengineering

June 13-14 | Rome, Italy

June 13-14, 2022 | Rome, Italy

ECBB 2021

Jose M. Dominguez Vera, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Jose M. Dominguez Vera, Universidad de Granada, Spain

A recent WHO report warns of the dramatic increase in the emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and concludes that this is one of the biggest threats to global health. In a scenario where antibiotics are no longer effective, common infections become much more dangerous and c [....] » Read More

Tony Hadibarata, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Tony Hadibarata, Curtin University, Malaysia

A total of 804 fungi isolate were subjected to the screening of high laccase activity by four different indicators test, Poly R-478, RBBR, guaiacol, and syringaldazine. The results presented the diversity of 6 order, belonging to 17 families, 25 genera and 29 species, and most of [....] » Read More

Hector M. Alvarez, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Hector M. Alvarez, University of Patagonia San Juan Bosco, Argentina

Global oils, wax esters and biofuels demand is forecasted to increase in the next years. In order to meet this growing demand, the exploration of new ways of obtaining these products is required. In this context, microorganisms (bacteria, yeasts, fungi and microalgae) are now ser [....] » Read More

Rosalinda Mazzei, Speaker at
Keynote Presentation
Rosalinda Mazzei, Institute on Membrane Technology CNR-ITM, Italy

Artificial membranes functionalized with biomolecules are very suitable for the development of biohybrid and biomimetic systems which find application in various fields. The system simulates the biological membrane compartmentalization, where the biological system can be heteroge [....] » Read More

Shuhei YOSHIDA, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Shuhei YOSHIDA, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan

In recent years, there have been many efforts to design highly efficient underwater robots inspired by aquatic organisms. To design more efficient ones, it is very important to understand swimming mechanism of fish. One of the interesting aspects of fish swimming is that many fis [....] » Read More

Mako Uchio, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Mako Uchio, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan

In recent years, number of deaths due to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) has been increasing all over the world. COPD is an inflammatory disease of the lungs caused in part by long-term inhalation and exposure to harmful substances such as tobacco smoke, and its gene [....] » Read More

Jia Min, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Jia Min, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

The global rise in diabetes along with the current lack of sufficient donor human islets for cell replacement therapy motivates the making of a bioartificial pancreas to replace pancreas’ function. Technological advances in tissue engineering revolutionize diabetes treatmen [....] » Read More

Santanu Dasgupta, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Santanu Dasgupta, Reliance Industries Ltd, India

Innovation in life sciences and engineering is creating opportunities to resolve the challenges human life and civilization facing today and what is upcoming in the future. Human population is growing throughout the world alarmingly resulting a continued increase in demand for fo [....] » Read More

Hana Dostalova, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Hana Dostalova, Institute of Microbiology of the CAS, Czech Republic

Many Rhodococcus strains are able to transform and metabolize a wide range of toxic organic compounds, which contaminate various environments. Thanks to their diverse metabolic activities, rhodococci are promising microorganisms for biotechnological applications in biodegradation [....] » Read More

Carla CCR de Carvalho, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Carla CCR de Carvalho, Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Rhodococcus are characteristic of the taxon mycolata which includes the genera Mycobacterium and Nocardia. These cells have a cell envelope characterized by the presence of long chain a-alkyl-b-hydroxy fatty acids, called mycolic acids. These lipids increase the tolerance of Rhod [....] » Read More

Cristiano José de Andrade, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Cristiano José de Andrade, Federal University of Santa Catarian (UFSC), Brazil

Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) belongs to the Euphorbiaceae family, originally from South America. The global production of cassava in the years 2015/16 was 280 million tons. Nigeria, Thailand and Brazil are the three world's largest producers of cassava, representing app [....] » Read More

Martina Cappelletti, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Martina Cappelletti, University of Bologna, Italy

Members of Rhodococcus genus are widely distributed in terrestrial and marine environments due to their outstanding metabolic diversity and strong persistence. In relation to this, Rhodococcus spp. strains possess a variety of enzymatic activities involved in biodegradation of to [....] » Read More

Mohammed Amine SERGHINI, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Mohammed Amine SERGHINI, Ibn Zohr University, Morocco

Saffron is a spice constituted by the dried stigmas of the flower of Crocus sativus L. This iridacea is a corm plant undemanding at the edaphic level and which supports harsh winters (up to -10 °C) and hot summers (over 40 °C) with a biological cycle where its corms are a [....] » Read More

Olajumoke Oyebode, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Olajumoke Oyebode, University of Johannesburg, South Africa

This study investigated the effect of photobiomodulation (PBM) using near infra-red light (830 nm) on cell proliferation and differentiation in two human fibroblast cell models namely, normal wounded (NW) and diabetic wounded (DW). The cells were irradiated at a wavelength of 830 [....] » Read More

Dr. Luciana Lehuedé, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Dr. Luciana Lehuedé, University of Chile, Chile

Xylo-oligosaccharides, produced from lignocellulosic materials (LCB), are short-chain polymers with prebiotic activity who, in the last decades, have gained commercial interest due to its potential applications as an ingredient to the nutraceutical industry. In this work xylan ex [....] » Read More

Onelia Gagliano, Speaker at
Oral Presentation
Onelia Gagliano, University of Padova, Italy

Many processes of mammalian behavior and physiology, such as sleeping and feeding, are cyclically regulated during the 24h solar day by the circadian clock system. Desynchronization between physiological and behavioural rhythms increases the risk of developing some, including met [....] » Read More

Shunsuke Masuo, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Shunsuke Masuo, University of Tsukuba, Japan

Raspberry ketone is in great demand as a plant-based natural flavor agent. The berry flavor of raspberry ketone with a low odor threshold is used as a food additive to create various aromas such as cherry, strawberry, kiwi and other fruits. However, natural raspberry ketone is on [....] » Read More

Nozomi Katsuki, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Nozomi Katsuki, University of Tsukuba, Japan

p-Hydroxybenzoate (pHBA) hydroxylase (PobA) is a model flavin-containing hydroxylase that oxidizes NADPH and pHBA to produce protocatechuic acid (PCA). This study identified a series of PobA-like proteins that form a novel subfamily of proteins in the PobA family. We searched pub [....] » Read More

Poonam Kumari, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Poonam Kumari, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research (NIPER), India

Sortase A is a transpeptidase enzyme that is majorly present onto the cell wall of Gram-positive bacteria. It recognized and displays proteins on the cell wall via a conserved motif LPXTG at C- terminal. These proteins plays a major role in the virulence of the bacteria. Cell sur [....] » Read More

Marzena Mazurek, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Marzena Mazurek, University of Rzeszow, Poland

Plant tissue culture technology is being widely used for large scale highbush blueberry plant multiplication. The main aim of micropropagation is the clonal production of 'true-to-type' plants. However, in vitro conditions induce somaclonal variations which can affect the [....] » Read More

Alexandra Peregrina Lavín, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Alexandra Peregrina Lavín, Nova University Lisbon, Portugal

Biotechnological research on natural polymers strives for manufacturing biopolymers using renewable resources1. The main representatives of bioplastics are polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) with polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB) being the shortest side chain polyester. Although several kind [....] » Read More

Timea Ottilia KOBORI, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Timea Ottilia KOBORI, Bay Zoltan Nonprofit Ltd. for Applied Research, Hungary

In the intensive fish farming, use of specific feeds with immunostimulant compounds is rising. Application of immunostimulant agent can reduce the need of antibiotics. Disease prevention is highly important for maintaining healthy offspring. Microalgae contain potential sources o [....] » Read More

Ioannis Sarris, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Ioannis Sarris, University of West Attica, Greece

Chemotherapy is used against tumors cells, where drug is injected into the body from arteries and results in general systemic distribution through blood that may result in toxic side-effects as the drug attacks both healthy and cancer cells. Researchers in the late 70s have propo [....] » Read More

Chika Ifeanyi Chukwuma, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Chika Ifeanyi Chukwuma, Central University of Technology, South Africa

Pomegranate is a healthy fruit. The peel contains antioxidant phytochemicals that may potentiate health benefits but remains under-explored. We evaluated the antioxidant, nutritional and phytochemical profiles of the peel of the “Wonderful” variety pomegranate and its [....] » Read More

Katarzyna Strus, Speaker at
Poster Presentation
Katarzyna Strus, University of Rzeszow, Poland

The elements of two-component signal transduction systems (TCSSs) enable rapid adaptation of bacteria to environmental conditions, hence, they seem to be promising targets for novel bactericidal compounds. Typical TCSS is composed of histidine kinase that receives environmental s [....] » Read More

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