HYBRID EVENT: You can participate in person at Rome, Italy or Virtually from your home or work.

4th Edition of Euro-Global Conference on Biotechnology and Bioengineering

September 19-21 | Hybrid Event

September 19-21, 2024 | Rome, Italy

ECBB 2023

Dario Puppi, Speaker at Biotechnology Conference
Keynote Presentation
Dario Puppi, University of Pisa, Italy

Advanced regenerative medicine strategies rely on the use of 3D scaffolds with tailored composition and porous structure in order to optimize tissue engineering processes. This contribution aims at overviewing recent research activities carried out in this context and focussed on [....] » Read More

Rajesh Pratap Singh, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Rajesh Pratap Singh, IIT Roorkee, India

L-asparaginase is an antileukemic enzyme that is majorly utilized in the treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) and other blood cancers. A number of groups have made efforts to explore this vital agent. However, the use of L-asparaginase has been observed to have severa [....] » Read More

Sadaf Ilyas Kayani, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sadaf Ilyas Kayani, Jiangsu University, China

Artemisinin is an effective antimalarial sesquiterpene lactone synthesized in Artemisia annua. Artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs) are recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the best choice to cure acute malaria. Many transcription factors regulating art [....] » Read More

Frelet Barrand Annie, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Frelet Barrand Annie, Institute FEMTO, France

Membrane proteins (MPs) perform a wide variety of functions vital to the survival of organisms. Involved in numerous pathologies, they are important drug targets. In spite of their functional and biotechnological importance, their study remains difficult due to their hydrophobici [....] » Read More

Shubha Anand, Speaker at Biotechnology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Shubha Anand, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, India

Keratin is the major structural fibrous protein providing outer covering such as hair, wool, feathers, nails and horns of mammals, reptiles and birds. Keratin fibers, such as wool and human hair, consist of two major morphological parts: the cuticle layer which is composed of ove [....] » Read More

Gopal Prasad Agarwal, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Gopal Prasad Agarwal, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

Nanofiltration, a relatively new synthetic membrane-based separation process was first used to fractionate lignocellulosic hydrolysate. The fractionated streams of permeate and retentate were fermented separately to produce bioethanol in high yield. The choice of the right nanofi [....] » Read More

Prabha Muddobalaiah, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Prabha Muddobalaiah, Ramaiah Institute of Technology, India

Carboxylesterases (CEs) are hydrolytic enzymes involved in anticancer drug metabolism. Human WHO grades all meningiomas and gliomas exhibited lower CE-specific activity which proves one of the main reasons for the failure of chemotherapy. The similar CE-specific activity bet [....] » Read More

Pooja Kumari, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Pooja Kumari, Amity University, India

RNA Recognition Motifs (RRMs) being the most abundant RNA binding domain in eukaryotes, is a major player in cellular regulation. Human DND1 (dead-end protein homolog1) also known as microRNA-mediated repression inhibitor 1 is an RNA-binding protein containing two RRMs in ta [....] » Read More

Upasana Pathak, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Upasana Pathak, Vivekanand Education Society's College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Sir H.N. Reliance Foundation Hospital and Research Centre, India

Newcastle disease virus (NDV) exhibits oncolysis in its natural form. This oncolytic virus (OV) has the potential to specifically infect, propagate, and lyse cancer cells while sparing the normal cells. this study screened for oncolytic NDV strain isolated from poultry. The cytop [....] » Read More

Sebnem Kavakli Yildiz, Speaker at Biotechnology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sebnem Kavakli Yildiz, Ege University, Turkey

RNA interference is a post-transcriptional modification of gene silencing mechanism. It presents in a wide range of organisms like plants, fungi, both vertebrates and invertebrates and inside of the most important mammals. As short RNAi mechanism can apply by double-stranded shor [....] » Read More

Mustafa Kotmakci, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Mustafa Kotmakci, Ege University, Turkey

Glioblastoma (GBM) is the most common brain tumour in adults that has poor prognosis and still considered incurable with a very short median survival after diagnosis. The stimulator of interferon genes (STING) in conjunction with cyclic GMP-AMP synthase (cGAMP) is a cytosolic DNA [....] » Read More

Dauddin Daudi, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Dauddin Daudi, ITMO, Russian Federation

The skin is the largest organ in the human body. The skin's main function is barrier, and it protects internal organs, so it accounts for the greatest amount of damage. Wound healing is a complex process involving the interaction of cells and matrixes with further formation o [....] » Read More

Asit Kumar Chakraborty, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Asit Kumar Chakraborty, Vidyasagar University, India

Escherichia coli, Salmonella enterica, Acinetobacter baumannii, Pseudomonas aeguginosa, Enterococcus faecium and Klebsilla pneumoniae etc mediated infections were not cured by conventional antibiotics due to presence of multiple large and small MDR plasmids with >10 mdr (amp, [....] » Read More

Shilpy Singh, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Shilpy Singh, Noida International University, India

Background: Plant-specific transcription factors (TFs) named SQUAMOSA promoter binding protein-like (SPL) proteins have a number of developmental roles in plants, including growth, flowering, and signal transduction. A gene family that encodes SPL proteins has been identified in [....] » Read More

Nilesh Kumar Sharma, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Nilesh Kumar Sharma, Dr. D.Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, India

The side effects of existing drugs and other methods, which are effective in decreasing the progression of cancer, are quite harmful and toxic to our bodies. To tackle this, a safer method needs to be derived. Dietary and their gut metabolized chemicals are being explored for inh [....] » Read More

Emmanuel Ifeanyi Obeagu, Speaker at Biotechnology Conference
Oral Presentation
Emmanuel Ifeanyi Obeagu, Kampala International University, Uganda

According to UNAIDS, there were approximately 37.9 million people across the globe with HIV/AIDS in 2018. Of these, 36.2 million were adults and 1.7 million were children (< 15 years old). New HIV infection – An estimated 1.7 million individuals worldwide were newly infe [....] » Read More

Fanny Gimie, Speaker at Biotechnology Conferences
Poster Presentation
Fanny Gimie, Gip cyroi, France

Skeletal tissue injury is a major burden on the global healthcare system due to an aging population. In addition, metabolic disorders such as diabetes and osteoporosis further impede the healing process. Tissue engineering scaffold for reconstructive strategies offer exciting opp [....] » Read More

Pamela Obando, Speaker at Biotechnology Conference
Poster Presentation
Pamela Obando, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Peru

Cadmium is a toxic heavy metal that is present as a contaminant in water and soil. Despite this, there are microorganisms that have developed tolerance and resistance to this metal due to their continuous exposure. The most common strategy in microorganisms is to activate the exp [....] » Read More

Maysaa Abdul Razzaq Dhahi, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Poster Presentation
Maysaa Abdul Razzaq Dhahi, Al Nahrain University, Iraq

Pyelonephritis-associated pili (Pap) fimbria considered as the main adhesive virulence factor that enable Escherichia coli(E. coli) to colonize in the urinary tract and resist the avoiding by the flow of urine. DNA adenine methyl-transferase gene (Dam) have a role in regulation o [....] » Read More

Limongi Tania, Speaker at Biotechnology Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Limongi Tania, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

The healthcare and pharmaceutical industries need ever more performing, safe and economical solutions for both diagnostic and therapeutic applications including anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antitumor remedies, but also nutraceutical and cosmeceutical preparations. Since man [....] » Read More

Thomas J Webster, Speaker at Biotechnology Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Thomas J Webster, Hebei University of Technology, China

Nanotechnology is now a mature field in numerous industries from energy to building constructs to medicine. Nanomaterials have specifically revolutionized how we prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases. In this presentation, a review of the use of nanomaterials in humans will be pr [....] » Read More

Cristiano Jose De Andrade, Speaker at Biotechnology Conference
Keynote Presentation
Cristiano Jose De Andrade, Federal University of Santa Catarian (UFSC), Brazil

Biosurfactants are amphipathic molecules that can be applied in a wide range of areas. These compounds can be widely used in industries as pharmaceutical agents, and for microbial-enhanced oil recovery, among others. Amongst these biosurfactants, surfactin, rhamnolipids, and mann [....] » Read More

Luis Jesus Villarreal Gomez, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Luis Jesus Villarreal Gomez, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexico

Wound dressings have been used to clean, cover, and protect the wound from the external environment. However, choosing an adequate dressing will reduce the time of healing, provide cost-effective care, and improve the patient’s quality of life. Electrospun fibers have gaine [....] » Read More

Yan Xiaojun, Speaker at Biotechnology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Yan Xiaojun, Beijing CytoNiche Biotechnology, China

Researchers in the field of cell and gene therapy have long faced the daunting task of efficiently and extensively expanding cells. Overcoming the limitations of the 2D planar culturing system has been a significant challenge. However, we have made a groundbreaking advancement by [....] » Read More

Mohamed Zarid, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Mohamed Zarid, Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena, Spain

Plant digital genomics is a rapidly growing field that aims to study plant biology through high-throughput techniques such as transcriptomics, genomics, and proteomics. Artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms have emerged as powerful tools to analyze the large datasets generated [....] » Read More

Pooja Bhadrecha, Speaker at Biotechnology Conference
Oral Presentation
Pooja Bhadrecha, Chandigarh University, India

Nature has blessed humans in numerous ways and the tiniest one is ‘microorganisms’ which instead of being so small in size, have served in a huge manner to all. They are well-documented for production of various primary and secondary metabolites which hold outstanding [....] » Read More

Kunal, Speaker at Biotechnology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Kunal, SGT University, India

Conventional farming techniques help in fulfilling food demand but they are harmful to humans and environmental sustainability. These largely depend on chemical fertilizers that cause food contamination and soil toxicity and deteriorate the physical, chemical, and biological prop [....] » Read More

Touria Bounnit, Speaker at Bioengineering Conferences
Oral Presentation
Touria Bounnit, Qatar University, Qatar

Over the past decade, development of renewable non-petroleum based sustainable processes for bitumen has attracted attention. Recently, proof of concept was established to transform algae-biomass residues into a material mimicking the rheological behaviour of a bitumen through a [....] » Read More

Afsana Praveen, Speaker at Biotechnology Conference
Oral Presentation
Afsana Praveen, National Institute of Plant Genome Research, India

Nitric Oxide (NO), a signal molecule plays vital role to provide tolerance to abiotic stress in plants by interplay with reactive oxygen species, and thus promoting their growth and development. Arsenic (As) is a toxic metalloid and its contamination found in crop plants, mainly [....] » Read More

Moulai Djilali, Speaker at Biotechnology Conference
Oral Presentation
Moulai Djilali, University of Mascara, Algeria

Agricultural production of arable crops will necessarily call on the full range of available solutions: choice and rotation of crops, tillage, fertilizers, phytosanitary products, biological control of pests, varietal selection, irrigation...etc. Today, the arable crops sector us [....] » Read More

Delia Teresa Sponza, Speaker at Biotechnology Conference
Oral Presentation
Delia Teresa Sponza, Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey

In this study nitrogen containing  TiO2 nanoparticles were doped on GO and TiO2-N-GO Nanocomposite was produced under laboratory conditions to treat the chemical industry wastewater containing high H2S  under UV light. 5%- 3%-1%,3%- 5%-1%and 1%- 5%-1%3 ratios [....] » Read More

Ammarah Hasnain, Speaker at Biotechnology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Ammarah Hasnain, Lahore Medical and Dental College, Pakistan

The expression of a set of genes in a metabolic pathway can be regulated by a single transcription factor (TF). The use of TFs can, therefore, be a promising strategy for generating plants with superior traits. Triticum aestivum Dof1 TF is known to regulate nitrogen assimilation [....] » Read More

Fabian Echeverria Beirute, Speaker at Biotechnology Conference
Oral Presentation
Fabian Echeverria Beirute, Instituto Tecnologico de Costa Rica, Costa Rica

Coffee leaf rust (CLR) caused by Hemileia vastatrix is a major disease for coffee-producing countries. Breeding for resistant varieties is the main strategy for controlling CLR, however, the rapid spread of this disease around the globe and ongoing CLR races, are limiting cultiva [....] » Read More