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International Conference on Genetic Disorders and Gene Therapy, will be organized around the theme “Current research and futuristic challenges in Genetics ”
Genetics & Gene Therapy 2020 is comprised of 18 tracks and 88 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Genetics & Gene Therapy 2020.
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Human genetics ,a study of the inheritance of characteristics by children from parents. Inheritance in humans does not differ in any fundamental way from that in other organisms. Human Genetics incorporates an assortment of covering fields including classical genetics, cytogenetics, molecular genetics, biochemical genetics, genomics, population genetics, developmental genetics, clinical genetics, and genetic counseling. Genes can be the normal factor of the characteristics of most human-acquired attributes. Genomics is that the study of whole genomes of organisms and incorporates components from biology. Genomics uses a combination of recombinant DNA, DNA sequencing methods, and bioinformatics to sequence, assemble, and analyse the structure and function of genomes. Genomics is to boot upset concerning the structure, capacity, examination, and advancement of genomes.
- Track 1-1Functional Genomics
- Track 1-2Structural Genomics
- Track 1-3Epigenomes
- Track 1-4Metagenomics
- Track 1-5Comparative Genomics
- Track 1-6Genome Analysis-Sequencing
- Track 1-7Formal Genetics of Humans: Multifactorial Inheritance and Common Diseases
- Track 1-8Polycystic kidney disease
- Track 1-9Behavioral neurogenetics
Genes are the building blocks of heredity. They are passed from parent to child. They hold DNA, the instructions for making proteins. Proteins do most of the work in cells. They move molecules from one place to another, build structures, break down toxins, and do many other maintenance jobs. There are three types of genetic disorders: Single-gene disorders: where a mutation affects one gene. Sickle cell anemia is an example. Chromosomal disorders: where chromosomes are missing or changed. Chromosomes are the structures that hold our genes. Down syndrome is a chromosomal disorder. Complex disorders: where there are mutations in two or more genes. Often your lifestyle and environment also play a role. Colon cancer is an example.
- Track 2-1Congenital Disorders
- Track 2-2Cystic fibrosis
- Track 2-3Sickle-cell-anaemia
Genetic Counselling is the procedure by which the patients or relatives at risk of an acquired disorder are advised with the outcomes and nature of the disorder, the likelihood of creating or transmitting it, and the choices open to them in management and family planning. This mind-boggling procedure can be isolated into indicative and supportive aspects. The most surely understood sort of value transport is as DNA that encodes the common sense helpful quality to supplant the target changed quality. The polymer particles are packaged inside a vector which passes on the iotas inside and helps in their compromise. Gene Therapy is an exceptionally viable however simple to disprove sort of treatment of inherited issue dependent upon their level of sensibility and social and good affirmation.
- Track 3-1Gene therapy products
- Track 3-2Process of gene therapy
- Track 3-3Various types of gene therapy
- Track 3-4Different vectors for gene therapy
- Track 3-5Gene therapy for Diabetes
- Track 3-6Gene therapy for Sickle- Cell Disease
- Track 3-7Gene therapy for age related macular degeneration
Immature microorganisms are undifferentiated regular cells that experience mitosis to convey more cells, which are found in multicellular living things. They are of two sorts, embryonic and grown-up microorganisms. The undeveloped cell treatment was seen to be a lifesaving treatment for patients with solid tumors and blood issue. Essential microorganisms can be obtained from the umbilical string after the newborn's first experience with the world. Maybe they can moreover be gotten from periphery blood and bone marrow. As demonstrated by the reports, in the US the availability of undifferentiated cell treatment was $15.2 million of each 2007 and $16.5 million of each 2008 and it is surveyed to reach $11 billion by 2020.
- Track 4-1Cell therapy products
- Track 4-2Cell-based assays
- Track 4-3Regeneration of Spinal Nerve Cells
- Track 4-4Extracellular vesicles as the next generation cell therapy
- Track 4-5Advantages and disadvantages of cell therapy
- Track 4-6Advances in Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
- Track 4-7Funding & Investment in the Cell & Gene Therapy field
- Track 4-8Cell counting and cell sorting technologies
Stem cells are cells originate in all multi-cellular organisms. They were isolated in mice in 1981 and in humans in 1998. In humans there are several types of stem cells, each with variable levels of potency. Stem cell treatments are a type of cell therapy that introduces new cells into adult bodies for possible treatment of cancer, diabetes, neurological disorders and other medical conditions. Stem cells have been used to repair tissue damaged by disease or age. In a developing embryo, stem cells can differentiate into all the specialized cells ectoderm, endoderm and mesoderm, but also maintain the normal turnover of regenerative organs, such as blood, skin, or intestinal tissues.
- Track 5-1 Stem Cells in Disease Modelling and Therapy
- Track 5-2Stem Cell Treatments
- Track 5-3Stem Cell Transplant
- Track 5-4Stem Cell Technologies
- Track 5-5Cancer Stem Cells
- Track 5-6Stem Cells: Controversies & Regulation
Genomic engineering is the synthetic assembly of complete chromosomal DNA that is more or less derived from natural genomic sequences. Genomic engineering is the top-down, global approach to synthetic biology; to be distinguished from bottom-up, local genetic circuit engineering. Genome engineering technology and its applications are as complex as they are fascinating. Explore this page and our Multimedia Library to find helpful videos, audio clips, interviews, and graphics that explain how the CRISPR-Cas9 system works and what makes it so revolutionary.
- Track 6-1Hemophilia-A
- Track 6-2 Albinism,Down’s syndrome
- Track 6-3Diabetes and Obesity
- Track 6-4Neurodevelopmental disorders
- Track 6-5Multifactorial diseases
Thalassemia is a blood disorder passed down through families in which the body makes an abnormal form or inadequate amount of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen. The disorder results in large numbers of red blood cells being destroyed, which leads to anemia.
- Track 7-1Human Genetics of Infectious Diseases
- Track 7-2Gene Action: Developmental Genetics
- Track 7-3Consanguinity
- Track 7-4Genetic Drift and Genetic Diseases in Populations with Reduced Numbers of Founders
- Track 7-5Cloning in Research and Treatment of Human Genetic Disease
- Track 7-6Genetic disorders in Embryology
Sickle-cell disorder takes place when someone inherits two bizarre copies of the hemoglobin gene, one from each parent. This gene takes place in chromosome eleven. Several subtypes exist, relying on the exact mutation in every hemoglobin gene. An assault may be activated by using temperature modifications, strain, dehydration, and high altitude. An individual with an unmarried extraordinary reproduction does not commonly have symptoms and is stated to have sickle-cell trait.
- Track 8-1Signs and symptoms
- Track 8-2Genetics OF sickle Cell Anaemia
- Track 8-3Pathophysiology of sickle-cell disease.
- Track 8-4Diagnosis of Sickle Cell Diseases
Gene mapping describes the ways used to identify the locus of a gene and also the distances between genes. The essence of all genome mapping is to put a group of molecular markers onto their several positions at the genome. Molecular markers come in all forms. Genes can be viewed as one special style of genetic markers within the creation of genome maps and mapped the same way as other markers. Mapped features that are not genes are called DNA markers. As with gene markers, a DNA marker must have at least two alleles to be useful. There are three types of DNA sequence feature that satisfy this requirement: restriction fragment length polymorphisms (RFLPs), simple sequence length polymorphisms (SSLPs), and single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs).
- Track 9-1Genetic Linkage and Chromosome Mapping
- Track 9-2Genotypic Mapping- Basic Understanding
Cancer genetics is that the study of genetic mutations liable for most cancers, the usage of genome sequencing and bioinformatics. Medical genetics is to boost cancer treatment and results lies in determinant that sets of genes and gene interactions have an effect on different subsets of cancers. International cancer genome consortium (ICGC) is a voluntary scientific organization that provides a forum for collaboration among the world's main cancer and genomic researchers. Cancer-causing genetic changes can also be acquired during one’s lifetime, as the result of errors that occur as cells divide or from exposure to carcinogenic substances that damage DNA, such as certain chemicals in tobacco smoke, and radiation, such as ultraviolet rays from the sun. Genetic changes that occur after conception are called somatic changes.
- Track 10-1Cancer Genome Sequencing
- Track 10-2Cancer Epigenetics
- Track 10-3Next Generation Sequencing in Cancer
- Track 10-4Molecular Diagnostics for Cancer
Molecular Genetics is the field of science that reviews the structure and capacity of qualities at a molecular level and along these lines utilizes strategies for both molecular biology and genetics. The study of chromosomes and gene expression of an organism can give knowledge into heredity, genetic variation, and transformations. The examination of Genetics at the level of the basic building squares of cells and at the DNA level. Cells are as mind-boggling as they are little and much is as yet obscure about the internal workings of these building pieces of life. In the event that you'd get a kick out of the opportunity to log hours in a lab and use utilize propelled equipment’s to help propel the comprehension of how cells function, thinks about in cell and nuclear science could be for you.
- Track 11-1Embryonic Stem Cells
- Track 11-2Mesenchymal Stem Cells
- Track 11-3Regulation of Stem Cells
- Track 11-4Dedifferentiation
- Track 11-5Trans differentiation And Reprogramming
Medicinal Genetics is the branch of medication that includes the analysis and management of the genetic issue. Medicinal Genetics varies from human genetics in that human genetics is a field of scientific research that might apply to the drug, while medicinal genetics research to the application of genetics to medical care. For instance, look into on the causes and inheritance of genetic disorders would be considered within both human genetics and medicinal genetics, while the diagnosis, management, and counseling people with hereditary disarranges would be considered part of medicinal genetics. Genetic Medicine is a newer term for medicinal genetics and incorporates areas such as gene therapy, personalized medicine, and the rapidly emerging new medical specialty, predictive medicine.
- Track 12-1Chromosome disorders
- Track 12-2Mathematical and population genetics
- Track 12-3Patterns of in heritance
- Track 12-4Drug Metabolism
- Track 12-5Genetic Variations revealed solely by effects of drugs
- Track 12-6Genetic Variations revealed solely by effects of drugs
- Track 12-7Pharmacogenetics
- Track 12-8Genetic factors in common diseases.
Cytogenetics is a branch of genetic science that's involved with how the chromosomes relate to cell behavior, particularly to their behavior throughout cellular division and meiosis. Techniques used include karyotyping, analysis of G-banded chromosomes, different cytogenetic band techniques, moreover as molecular cytogenetics such as fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) and comparative genomic hybridization (CGH). Neurogenetics is the part of genetics in the advancement and function of the nervous system. It considers neural attributes as phenotypes are primarily in view of the perception that the nervous systems of people, even of those having a place with similar animal types, may not be identical.
- Track 13-1Chromosome banding techniques and staining
- Track 13-2Chromosome abnormalities
- Track 13-3Tumor Cytogenetics
- Track 13-4Cancer Cytogenetics
- Track 13-5Neural development
- Track 13-6Computational Neurogenetic Modelling
Immunogenetics is the study of the genetic basis of the immune response. It includes the study of normal immunological pathways and the identification of genetic variations that result in immune defects, which may result in the identification of new therapeutic targets for immune diseases. Immunogenetics contains a critical part within the examination of single characteristics of genes and their part within the manner in which traits or conditions are passed starting with one time then onto the following. The examination of the atomic and cell elements that include the protected structure, including their ability and association turns into the central craft of immunology. Immune system infections, for instance, kind one diabetes, are complex genetic characteristics that result from defects within the immune system distinguishing proof of qualities characterizing the insusceptible deformities might recognize new target qualities for remedial methodologies.
- Track 14-1Monoclonal antibodies
- Track 14-2Immune checkpoint inhibitors
- Track 14-3Immune system modulators
- Track 14-4Other, non-specific immunotherapies
Nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics are defined as the science of the effect of genetic variation on dietary response and the role of nutrients and bioactive food compounds in gene expression, respectively. Exploitation of this genomic information along with high-throughput ‘omic’ technologies allows the acquisition of new knowledge aimed at obtaining a better understanding of nutrient-gene interactions depending on the genotype with the ultimate goal of developing personalized nutrition strategies for optimal health and disease prevention. There are three central factors that underpin nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics as an important science. First, there is great diversity in the inherited genome between ethnic groups and individuals which affects nutrient bioavailability and metabolism. Second, people differ greatly in their food/nutrient availability and choices depending on cultural, economic, geographical and taste perception differences. Third malnutrition itself can affect gene expression and genome stability; the latter leading to mutations at the gene sequence or chromosomal level which may cause abnormal gene dosage and gene expression leading to adverse phenotypes during the various life stages.
Epigenetics is the study of heritable phenotype changes that do not involve alterations in the DNA sequence. Epigenetics implies features that are "on top of" or "in addition to" the traditional genetic basis for inheritance. Epigenetics most often denotes changes that affect gene activity and expression, but can also be used to describe any heritable phenotypic change. Such effects on cellular and physiological phenotypic traits may result from external or environmental factors, or be part of a normal developmental program. The standard definition of epigenetics requires these alterations to be heritable either in the progeny of cells or of organisms.
- Track 16-1DNA damage
- Track 16-2Covalent modification
- Track 16-3Covalent modification
- Track 16-4Structural Inheritance
- Track 16-5Nucleosome positioning
- Track 16-6Pharmacogenetics in Cardiovascular Medicine
Pharmacogenomics is the study of the function of genetic science in drug response. A computational advance in Pharmacogenomics has proved to be a blessing in studies. A large number of studies within the biomedical sciences relating to Pharmacogenomics as of late stems from combinatorial chemistry, genomic mining, technologies, and high throughput screening. So as for the sector to grow rich data businesses and business have to work more closely together and adopt simulation techniques.
- Track 17-1Toxicogenomics
- Track 17-2Chemogenomics
- Track 17-3Clinical Pharmacogenetics
- Track 17-4Cancer Pharmacology
- Track 17-5Cancer Pharma Industry
Genomics is the study of the genetic material or genomes of an organism. Analysts forecast the Global Genomics market will grow at a CAGR of 11.21% over the period 2013-2018. According to the report, the most important driver of the market is an increase in the demand for consumables. The growing adoption of genetic testing for various applications, especially in regions such as the APAC, and an increase in genetic testing volumes in North America and Western Europe is increasing the demand for consumables. The Global Genetic testing market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 13.56% between 2018 and 2026. Genetic testing includes observing the DNA, a chemical databank that transports directives for the body’s utilities. Genetic testing can reveal changes or alterations in the genes that may cause illness or disease.