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ICBI 2018

About Conference

It is an excellent pleasure and an honor to increase our warm invite to attend the "7th International Conference on bacteriology and Infectious Diseases”, on November 05-07, 2018 in Amsterdam Netherlands, which incorporates prompt keynote presentations, oral talks, poster presentations and exhibitions. This conference brings along people who have an interest in fields of infectious diseases, medical specialty, biology and approaching towards the conference provides the most effective platform to explore the concepts and problems involved to relevant topic and generate solutions. This unites all the participants from across the world. it's a platform to share their expertise and their concepts for research work results to implement in additional research work. we tend to welcome you to our site to affix us. At this site, you'll be able to study membership within the society, the society journal, our newsletter, and conferences.

Why to attend??

ICBI 2018 may be a distinctive chance to debate the most effective practices inside laboratory research and people in alternative industries, people do connected things obtaining a range of viewpoints will facilitate us see wherever we will amendment or improve our own concepts and processes. There’ll be several seminars, workshops and technical sessions happen which is able to catch the eye of the professionals to attend the conference and it'd extraordinarily enrich our knowledge in interpreting the present demand of the worldwide pharmaceutical trade. The skillful can get a superb chance to grant several presentations and lectures on the various topic and can conjointly present their case studies. 

With people from around the globe targeting finding out regarding Advancing in science and enhancing consideration to keep the Infectious Diseases and its advances within the restorative and demonstrative market, this can be your best chance to attain the largest gathering of members from the Infectious maladies group. This specific gathering conduct introduction circulates information, conducts gatherings with present and potential researchers, build a sprinkle with new medication enhancements, and findname acknowledgment at this 3-day occasion. World's distinguished speakers, the newest restorative and demonstrative procedures, advancements, and therefore the Novel advances and remedial measures for irresistible sicknesses anticipation and control are signs of this meeting.



Track 1: Bacteriology

Bacteriology is a branch of biology which deals with the morphology, genetics, ecology and biochemistry of bacteria and it has relation to medicine. In nineteenth century scientists discovered that there is a connection of microorganisms which leads to severe diseases. Bacteria is a prokaryotic cell they did not contain mitochondria etc; Bacteria appears in several shapes such as cocci it is spherical in shape, Bacilli it is in rod shape, vibrios it is in comma shape, spirilla it is in spiral shape, spirochetes are in flexible spiral form, Actinomycetes it is branching filamentous bacteria and Mycoplasmas is a lack of cell wall. These are the shapes of bacteria .The prokaryotic cell is divided by binary fission. Single DNA molecule first replicates and attaches to the different parts of the cell membrane  and the cell begings to pull a part. There is a arrangement in bacterial flagella Monotrichous, Lophotrichous, Amphitrichous, peritrichous, Amphilophotrichous .These are the main topics in bacteriology.

Track 2: Bacterial Biochemistry

To identify the bacteria we should do biochemical testing. Each organism which undergoes biochemical testing act as thumb print for its identification it is all based on the chain of logic. Bacteria belong to the subgroup of prokaryotic microorganisms. They will be found in several habitats on the world, living bodies of plants and animals, and organic matter similarly. Genetic data of bacterium is hold on within the nucleoid that contains one circular body with RNA and associated proteins. Ribosomes area unit found in bacterium to assist manufacture proteins. Flagella, rigid super molecule structures, facilitate cells with quality and Fimbriae, fine filaments of proteins, area unit attached attaching to solid surfaces or to alternative cells.

Track 3: Bacterial Genomics

Bacteria have mainly 4 important advantages for the traditional type of genetic experiments. First property is they are haploid, next new generation is produced every twenty minutes, the third is they can grow easily in enormous conditions and the fourth is individual members of these large populationsare genetically identical or very nearly identical. Some genotypic symbols used in bacterial genetics are bio, arg, met, lac,gal,strr,strs these are the bacterial symbols of bacterial genetics.The minimal medium is basic synthetic medium for the bacterial growth without supplying of nutrients. There are three major types of genetics transfer found in bacteria they are Transformation, conjugation, Transduction.

Track 4: Phyto Bacteriology

Phyto bacteriology is a special branch of bacteriology that studies with organisms associated with pathogenic for plants. This bacteria causes a small proportion of plant diseases, this does not mean that these diseases are unimportant. Other biotic agents implicated in plant diseases are fungi, viruses and nematodes, abiotic factors may also produce diseases like symptoms. Pathogenic tests can be done for the prevention of disease. There are 1,700 fortune organizations globally with more than 1200 premium studies in a year with a good market research firm worldwide annually.

Track 5: Emerging Infectious Diseases

Emerging infectious diseases are infections that have recently appeared inside a population or those whose incidence or geographic vary is quickly increasing or threatens to increase within the close to future. Rising infections is caused by Previously undiscovered or unknown infectious agents Known agents that have unfold to new geographic locations or new populations notable agents whose role in specific diseases has antecedent gone unrecognized. Re-emergence of agents whose incidence of malady had considerably declined within the past; however whose incidence of illness has reappeared. This category of diseases is thought as re-emerging infectious diseases.

Track 6: Bioterrorism

Bioterrorism is defined as the use of biochemical substances, infectious agents or other harmful biological substances are used as weapons. Bioterrorism is an attractive weapon because biological agents are relatively easy and they are low in cost and easy to prepare and they can be easily dessiminated. Bioterrorism is broadly catogorised into 3 steps Category A, Category B &Category C. Bioterrorism is completely differs in bioterrorism the loss of lives can’t be recognized immediately. The attack is difficult to distinguish from a naturally accuring infectious diseases outbreak.

Track 7: Epigenomics of Infectious Diseases

Infectious diseases are a leading cause of human morbidity and mortality worldwide, and are caused by a variety of pathogenic bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi. The interactions between pathogen and host require rapid adaptation and evolution to avoid death, from the perspective of both the host and the pathogen. Epigenetic processes in both the host and pathogen are key to the outcome of these interactions. This chapter provides an overview and examples of host epigenetic responses to pathogens via histone modifications, DNA methylation, chromatin-associated complexes, and noncoding RNAs. Survival of pathogens in the human host depends on appropriate adaptation to distinct microenvironments within the host and to differences between individual hosts. In both cases, the invading pathogen is challenged by the dynamic processes of the host’s innate and adaptive immune responses

Track 8: Food Bacteriology

Bacteria are the main responsible organism for the chemical changes that takes place in food and beverages. Various aspects such as food processing, canning, food preservation, pasteurization of milk .study of food born microbial diseases and their control is studied. 

Track 9: Industrial and Applied Bacteriology

The immune system is classified into two categories, innate immunity and adaptive (acquired) immunity. There are major differences between the two divisions, but they share some cell functions and components. All living things are subject to attack from disease-causing agents. This kind of protection gets more sophisticated as organisms become more complex. Multicellular animals have devoted cells or tissues to deal with infection. Other rejoinders are slower but are more adapted to the infecting agent. Jointly, these protections are known as the immune system. The main portions of the immune system are: the natural barriers (skin, mucous membranes, etc.), nonspecific cells (phagocytes, natural killer cells, etc.), and nonspecific molecules (complement, interferons, etc.). In addition, many factors, such as age, general health, nutrition, and genetic makeup of any human host, affect how the immune system responds to microorganisms.

Track 10: Novel Antibiotics

Antibiotic resistance is a major threat to global health to identify a new antimicrobial compounds. Researchers have struggled a lot. At the time of 1990s, the bacterial reservoirs from which almost all clinically useful antibiotics had jump appeared to run dry. As we all know that from the last decade bacterial genome sequencing become more wide spread. Many potential sources of new drugs were hidden in this genome. Now they just need to how mine them.

Track 11: Synthetic Biology

Synthetic biology is a branch of biology and engineering. The subject of synthetic biology combines with in these domains such as biotechnology, genetic engineering, molecular biology, molecular engineering, systems biology, biophysics, electrical engineering, computer engineering, control engineering and evolutionary biology. The research examples of synthetic biology Synthetic DNA, Synthetic transcription factors etc; the applications of synthetic biology is Biological computers, Biosensors, Cell transformation, Designed proteins, Industrial enzymes. etc;

Track 12: Vaccines

A vaccine is a biological preparation which provides active acquired immunity for a particular diseases and it contains an agent that typically resembles disease-causing microorganism and is often made from weakened or killed forms of the microbe  ,its toxins, or one of its surface proteins. The terms vaccine and vaccination are derived from Variolae vaccinae. Vaccines are the most effective means to fight and eradicate infectious diseases.

Track 13: Clinical Bacteriology

Clinical bacteriology used to diagnosis of disease by utilizing laboratory testing of blood, tissues, and other body fluids. These are the types of specimens used in clinical pathology. They are blood, urine, sputum, and other body fluids, in which it deals with health care, especially the diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the female reproductive system. The market is divided on the basis of geography, such as, North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World. Asia-Pacific and some countries in Rest of the World owing to ­­­rapidly growing prevalence and awareness about the diseases caused due to gram-positive bacteria and its chronic effects. Bacterial clinical studies include bacterial genome sequencing and clinical microbiology. The value of microbial and microbial physiology market is projected to increase to $4,456.37 million by 2019 at a CAGR of 15.3% from 2014


Past Conference Report

ICBI 2018

We gratefully thank all our wonderful speakers, conference attendees, students for making Bacteriology 2018 Conference the best ever!

The 6th International Congress on Bacteriology & Infectious Diseases hosted by the Conference Series LLC Ltd was held during May 21-22, 2018 at New York, USA based on the theme Exploring New Innovations and Frontiers in Bacteriology and Infectious Diseases. Benevolent response was received from the Editorial Board Members of Conference Series LLC Ltd Journals along with scientists, researchers, students and leaders from various fields of Bacteriology, who made this event a grand success. Conference Series will acknowledge with gratitude the support by all the Editorial Board Members of Journal of Bacteriology and Parasitology for their valuable suggestions for up growth of the Organization.

The conference was initiated with the Honorable presence of the Keynote forum. The list includes:

P R Raghavan, Nanorx Inc, USA

Lia Monica Junie, University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania

The meeting reflected various sessions, in which discussions were held on the following major scientific tracks:

  • Bacteriophage
  • Bacterial Oral/ Mouth Infections
  • Bacterial food infections
  • Emerging Infectious Diseases
  • Bacterial Pathogenesis
  • Natural Microbial Defences & Immunity
  • Multi Pathogen Infections
  • Microbial genomics



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  • 'The All-Species Living Tree' Project
  • Acidogenesis
  • Addiction Module
  • Aerobe
  • Agar
  • Alkaline Lysis
  • Anaerobe
  • Arcobacter
  • Asepsis
  • Atypical Bacteria
  • Autoclave
  • Axenic
  • BacillaFilla
  • Bacillus
  • Bacteria
  • Bacteria Collective Motion
  • Bacterial Adhesin
  • Bacterial Capsule
  • Bacterial Cell Structure
  • Bacterial Conjugation
  • Bacterial Growth
  • Bacterial Morphological Plasticity
  • Bacterial Nanowires
  • Bacterial Outer Membrane Vesicles
  • Bacterial Oxidation
  • Bacterial Patterns
  • Bactericidal
  • Bacteriostatic
  • Chaperone-Usher Fimbriae
  • Circular Bacterial Chromosome
  • Coccus
  • ColE1
  • Coley's Toxins
  • Colonization Resistance
  • Commensal
  • Cording (mycobacterium)
  • Cragie Tube
  • Eden Growth Model
  • Ehrlichia Ruminantium
  • Endophyte
  • Endospore
  • Endospore Staining
  • Endotoxin
  • Enterotype
  • Epiphytic Bacteria
  • Eubiotics
  • Eukaryotic
  • Eurybacteria
  • Exogenous Bacteria
  • Exotoxin
  • Experimental Bacteriology
  • Extracellular Polymeric Substance
  • Facultative Anaerobe
  • Fertility Factor (bacteria)
  • Fimbria (bacteriology)
  • Flora
  • Flora (microbiology)
  • Free-living
  • Fungus
  • Gene Nomenclature
  • Gracilicutes
  • Gram Negative
  • Gram Positive
  • Gram Stain
  • Gram-negative Bacteria
  • Gram-positive Bacteria
  • Growth Curve (biology)
  • Gut Flora
  • Gut–brain Axis
  • Hfr Cell
  • Hok/sok System
  • Human Microbiota
  • Iatrogenic
  • Indicator Bacteria
  • Interspecies Quorum Sensing
  • Kauffman–White Classification
  • Kinyoun Stain
  • Lab Lemco
  • Lactobacillus Casei
  • Lancefield Grouping
  • Lentisphaerae
  • Litmus Milk
  • Lyme Disease Microbiology
  • Lysogenic Cycle
  • Mating Bridge
  • Methane-producing Bacteria
  • Microbial Ecology
  • Microbiota
  • Microcystin
  • Moeller Stain
  • Multiplicity Of Infection
  • Mycobacteria Growth Indicator Tube
  • Mycobacterium
  • Mycosis
  • Necrobiome
  • New Delhi Metallo-beta-lactamase 1
  • Niacin Test
  • Nitrate Reductase Test
  • Nitrifying Bacteria
  • Non-fermenter
  • Non-motile Bacteria
  • Nonpathogenic
  • Nonpathogenic Organisms
  • Nontuberculous Mycobacteria
  • Nosocomial
  • Nucleoid
  • Obligate Anaerobe
  • Optochin
  • Oxalotrophic
  • Parasitic
  • Pathogenic
  • Periplasm
  • Pertactin
  • Phenotypic Testing Of Mycobacteria
  • Phosphatidylmyo-inositol Mannosides
  • PhrS
  • Phycobilisome
  • Physical Factors Affecting Microbial Life
  • Placental Microbiome
  • Plaque Hypotheses
  • Pleomorphic
  • Pleomorphism (microbiology)
  • Polyphosphate-accumulating Organisms
  • Prebiotic (nutrition)
  • Probiotic
  • Prokaryote
  • Prokaryotic
  • Proteobiotics
  • Quorum Sensing
  • R Bodies
  • R-factor
  • Rappaport Vassiliadis Soya Peptone Broth
  • Rejuvelac
  • Retrovirus
  • Reuterin
  • Rickettsia
  • Salivary Microbiome
  • Schaeffer–Fulton Stain
  • Selenite Broth
  • Skin Flora
  • Slowly Growing Mycobacteria
  • Somatic Antigen
  • Spirillum
  • Spirochete
  • Spore (aka Endospore)
  • Sporulation In Bacillus Subtilis
  • Sputum Culture
  • Stable-isotope Probing
  • Staphylo
  • Staphylococcus Aureus
  • Streaking (microbiology)
  • Strepto
  • Swarming Motility
  • Symbiotic
  • Symbiotic Bacteria
  • Synbiotics
  • Taxon In Disguise
  • Thiosulfate-citrate-bile Salts-sucrose Agar
  • Transduction (genetics)
  • Type II Secretion System
  • Type VI Secretion System
  • Ure2
  • Uterine Microbiome
  • Vaginal Flora
  • Vaginal Flora In Pregnancy
  • Viable But Nonculturable
  • Voges–Proskauer Test
  • Wayson Stain
  • Ziehl–Neelsen Stain