Call for Abstract

International Conference on Fermentation Technology, Bioprocess and Cell Culture, will be organized around the theme “An Insight into the Recent Research Methodologies and Discoveries in Fermentation Technology, Bioprocess and Cell Culture”

Bioprocess-2013 is comprised of 15 tracks and 91 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Bioprocess-2013.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Phenomenon of microbial fermentation
  • Track 1-2Food processing
  • Track 1-3Biochemistry of fermentation process
  • Track 1-4Fermentation for bio energy production
  • Track 1-5Various modes of fermentors
  • Track 1-6Computer applications in fermentation technology
  • Track 1-7Strategies for enhancing microbiological quality and safety of fermented foods
  • Track 2-1Origin of fermentation of traditional food
  • Track 2-2Overview of fermentation of dairy products
  • Track 2-3Perspectives of fermentation of ethanol
  • Track 2-4Role of lactic acid for fermentation
  • Track 2-5Biochemistry of micro-organisms for food spoilage
  • Track 2-6Fermentation of beverages
  • Track 2-7Food preservation by fermentation
  • Track 3-1Natural products
  • Track 3-2Fungal fermentations
  • Track 3-3Microgravity fermentations
  • Track 3-4Secondary metabolites
  • Track 3-5Flavours and fragrances
  • Track 4-1Metabolic engineering of saccharomyces cerevisiae
  • Track 4-2Engineering yeast for high level expression
  • Track 4-3Host cell engineering and selection of high producers
  • Track 4-4Recombinant antibodies: Engineering and production in yeast
  • Track 4-5Engineering of protein secretion in yeast/ strategies and impact on protein production
  • Track 4-6Protein-protein interaction in yeast
  • Track 4-7Reverse engineering the yeast transcriptional control system
  • Track 5-1Stem cell research and ethical issues
  • Track 5-2Stem cell therapy of neurological disorders
  • Track 5-3Stem cell transplantation
  • Track 5-4Stem cell medicine: Social and political challenges
  • Track 6-1Bioprocess equipment design
  • Track 6-2Bioprocess purification process development
  • Track 6-3Scale-up of bioreactors: Bacteria, Yeast, Mammalian cells
  • Track 6-4Engineering for sterilization
  • Track 6-5Risk-based approaches to cross contamination prevention in multi-product facilities
  • Track 6-6GMP compliance for bioprocess
  • Track 7-1Food and feed process
  • Track 7-2Pharmaceuticals and neutraceuticals
  • Track 7-3Chemical industry
  • Track 7-4Various polymers production
  • Track 8-1Analysis of flow and sequential injection
  • Track 8-2Fluorescence technologies
  • Track 8-3Mass spectroscopy application
  • Track 8-4Automation using soft sensors
  • Track 8-5Near infrared spectroscopy
  • Track 9-1Forms of bioreactors used for bioprocess
  • Track 9-2Single use cell culture systems
  • Track 9-3Autoclavable cell culture reactors
  • Track 9-4Sterilization in place cell culture system
  • Track 9-5Development of recovery process
  • Track 9-6Bioprocess control and safety
  • Track 10-1Basic theory of microbial fermentation and cell culture
  • Track 10-2New strategies in microbial fermentation and mammalian cell culture
  • Track 10-3Various mediums based for various cultures
  • Track 10-4Raw materials and additives for cell culture media and fermentation
  • Track 10-5Role of growth medium for culture
  • Track 10-6Liquid chromatographic profiling of monosaccharide concentrations in complex cell-culture media and fermentation broths
  • Track 11-1Implementation of strategies for upstream operations
  • Track 11-2Technology for accelerating cell line selection and increasing fed-batch production
  • Track 11-3High-throughput cell culture
  • Track 11-4Functional genomics of cell culture
  • Track 11-5Phenomenon of lactate in cell culture
  • Track 11-6Contamination of cell culture
  • Track 11-7Generation of hybridomas
  • Track 11-8Manipulation of cultured cells
  • Track 12-13D cell spheroid formation and culture using a hanging drop array plate
  • Track 12-2Cells in gels in paper: High-throughput platform for investigation of cell function in 3D tissues
  • Track 12-3Tools for high throughput 3D cell culture
  • Track 12-4Tumour-endothelial cell 3D spheroids: A paradigm shifting model system to discover new treatments for cancer
  • Track 12-5Application of 3D cell culture in drug industry and cancer research
  • Track 12-63D automation
  • Track 12-7Organotypic 3D cell culture models to study host-pathogen interactions
  • Track 12-83D Cell Culture developments to improve in vitro analyses
  • Track 13-1Larger scale bioprocessing of human mesenchymal stem cells
  • Track 13-2Organ/tissue-specific human cell systems for development of novel therapies
  • Track 13-3Sequencing of Cho cell lines and the hamster
  • Track 13-4Process engineering human pluripotent stem cells for clinical application
  • Track 13-5 Efforts to glycoengineer insect cells systems
  • Track 13-6Biomolecular engineering of siRNA therapeutics
  • Track 13-7Probing cell metabolism using stable isotope tracers and metabolic flux analysis
  • Track 13-8Recombinant probiotics
  • Track 13-9Vaccines made in cell culture
  • Track 14-1New insights in cell cultures continuous monitoring by nano biotechnology for sensing and imaging
  • Track 14-2Challenges for stem cell bioprocessing - scale-up or scale-out
  • Track 14-3The effect of nanostructures on cellular processes during differentiation of neuronal stem cells
  • Track 14-4Novel angiogenic model based on stable, fluorescently labeled cell lines amenable to high content screening
  • Track 14-5A dynamic cell culture model for lung cancer drug discovery
  • Track 15-1Plant cell culture methods
  • Track 15-2Insect cell culture
  • Track 15-3Bacterial and yeast culture methods
  • Track 15-4Viral culture methods