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2nd International Conference on Viral Infection and Immune Response, will be organized around the theme ““Emphasizing the Global Approaches in Viral Infection and Immune Response””
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Immunology is the branch of science that deals with the study of immune system. It protects us from various infections through various defense lines. It includes the understanding of how body components respond and interact. It includes the physiologic process that permits the body to identify materials as foreign or abnormal and to deactivate or eliminate those foreign materials. The immune system is a difficult system of structures and processes that has changed to protect us from disease. A viral infection is the spread of virus inside a body. Viruses cannot reproduce without a host body. Viruses infect the body by introducing there genetic material (DNA) inside the host body. The genetic material after insertion hijacks the cells immunity and divides into more copies. Viruses can affect many body parts which includes the reproductive, respiratory and gastrointestinal system
- Track 1-1Chemokine receptor antagonists
- Track 1-2Essence of Immunology
- Track 1-3Branches of Immunology
- Track 1-4Components of the Immune System
- Track 1-5Immunology & Health
- Track 1-6Zika Virus
- Track 1-7Hepatitis C
Genomics is a branch of biotechnology finds out about applying the systems for acquired qualities and sub-atomic science to the hereditary mapping and DNA sequencing of sets of qualities or the entire genomes of picked living things, with sorting out the outcomes in databases. Genomics is an area inside common properties (i.e., intrinsic attributes) that burdens the sequencing and examination of an animal's genome. The fields of sub-atomic science (subatomic science) and hereditary qualities are for the most part worried over examination of part and point of confinement of the single attributes a basic subject in the present biomedical research. By capability, genomics prohibits single quality research unless the fact is to appreciate a singular quality's things in the setting of the entire genome
- Track 2-1Viral bioinformatics
- Track 2-2Transcriptomics, alternative splicing and gene predictions
- Track 2-3Viral dynamics
- Track 2-4Epigenomics and non-coding genome
At the point when our bodies go under assault from a viral contamination they dispatch an advanced safeguard known as 'immune response'. Our insusceptible framework is intended to perceive the cells that make up our bodies and repulse any pathogens. They do this by utilizing an immense armed force of safeguard cells which comprise various kinds of white platelets. We make around a billion of them consistently in our bone marrow. White platelets called macrophages devastate germs when they identify them. Notwithstanding, if a viral contamination starts to grab hold we battle back utilizing an all the more intense barrier of white cells called T and B lymphocytes. Antibodies are an extraordinary protein made by B cells. They tie to an infection to prevent it from reproducing, and furthermore tag infections with the goal that other platelets know to decimate them. White blood cells have diverse parts to play. Some go about as watch pooches that raise the alert when they distinguish attacking infections; others execute infection tainted cells straightforwardly, or help B cells to create antibodies. Once the infection has been cleared, few these B and White blood cells persevere and hold a precise memory of the wrecked virus. This implies our insusceptible frameworks are prepared to keep another disease from a similar infection, without assaulting the body's own particular cells unintentionally. This is known as 'acquired immunity'.
- Track 3-1Innate immune response
- Track 3-2Expression of Immune effector activity
- Track 3-3Antibody dependent reactions
- Track 3-4Adaptive immune response
Gene treatment is associate degree experimental technique that uses genes to treat or forestall illness. In the future, this method could permit doctors to treat a disorder by inserting a sequence into a patient's cells rather than exploitation medicine or surgery. Somatic sequence therapy: transfer of a vicinity of deoxyribonucleic acid to any cell of the body that does not turn out spermatozoon or eggs. Germ line sequence therapy: transfer of a vicinity of deoxyribonucleic acid to cells that turn out eggs or spermatozoon.
- Track 4-1Recombination & DNA repair
- Track 4-2Types of gene therapy
- Track 4-3Cancer stem cells
- Track 4-4Gene transfer therapy for viral infections
The invasion of the foreign particle or micro-organisms into the body of a person is termed as Infection. The infection leads to many infectious diseases or communicable diseases. The infections are caused by foreign particles leading to several immune reactions like allergy, inflammation, itching etc. The immunity of an individual should be stronger to fight all infectious diseases. Viral Infections has a great effect on humankind. It affects the human economy by prompting losses in crops and livestock. Nutritional Immunology is the study of relationship between nutrition, immunity and infections. Many unbelievable advances have been made to understand how nutrient or lack of them impacts the micro biota, immune system and impact on the fighting to viral infection.
- Track 5-1Molecular Pathogenesis
- Track 5-2Molecular genomics
- Track 5-3Cellular Microbiology
- Track 5-4Microbial Immunity
- Track 5-5Antiviral Immunity
Microbiology is the branch of science that deals with the study of single celled or multi celled organisms. Immunology and Microbiology are together related as many microorganisms cause many infectious diseases that can harm to the immune system of an organism. The diseases caused by virus and other microorganisms that can harm the immune system are: Dengue Fever, Tuberculosis, Malaria.
- Track 6-1Type III secretion
- Track 6-2Pathogen Cataloging
- Track 6-3Viral Forecasting
- Track 6-4Disease Ecosystem Mapping
NeuroImmunology is the combination of both neuroscience and immunology. Interaction involves both the immune system and nervous system which includes the physiological functioning of both the systems in health and diseases. Pediatric immunology and allergy deals with the diseases that affects the immune system of the children. The people who treat the children are called as pediatric immunologists or allergists. The immunological disorders faced by the children are: Multiple Sclerosis, Transverse Myelitis, Neuromyelitis optica.
- Track 7-1Immunodeficiency disorders
- Track 7-2Autoimmune disorders
- Track 7-3Cancer of immune system
Transplantation is the process of moving of cells, tissues or organs from one site to another in order to replace the damaged or unhealthy tissues and organs. The immune system positions a significant blockade to successful organ transplantation when the organs or tissues are moved from one individual to another. The absence of an immune response against the body's own tissues is called as tolerance. When an organ transplant is hosted to the body, the immune system identifies it as foreign material and so attempts to attack and destroy it. It is this immune response that hints to transplants being rejected.
- Track 8-1Auto graft
- Track 8-2Allo graft
- Track 8-3Xeno graft
- Track 8-4ABO incompatible
Cancer Immunology is the division of biology that is concerned with considerate the role of immune system in the development of cancer. The most popular application to this is Cancer immunotherapy that uses the immune system as a treatment of cancer. Immunogenic cancer cell death is the main priority of cancer chemotherapy. Professional has said that apoptotic cell death is poorly immunogenic and necrotic cell death is truly immunogenic.
- Track 9-1Cancer Immunosurveillance
- Track 9-2Cancer Immunoediting
- Track 9-3Tumor Antigen
- Track 9-4Chemotherapy
- Track 9-5OncoImmunology
A vaccine is a biological research that provides active acquired immunity to a specific disease. Vaccine sometimes covers a cause that resembles a disease-causing being and is usually made up of weakened or destroyed varieties of the germ, its toxins, or one in all its surface proteins. Vaccines can be prophylactic or therapeutic. Prophylactic vaccines are used to prevent the effects of future infections by a natural pathogen. Therapeutic vaccines are the vaccines those are been investigated.
- Track 10-1Cancer Vaccines
- Track 10-2Allogenic Vaccines
- Track 10-3Autologous Vaccines
- Track 10-4Protein Cancer Vaccines
- Track 10-5DNA Vaccines
The innovations or emerging technologies are expanding our understanding on Immune System. There applications on been exploited will need philosophical and practical changes to the way the research are done.
- Track 11-1Antihistamines
- Track 11-2Allergen products
- Track 11-3SLIT drops and tablets
- Track 11-4Pollinex Quattro
Infections are extremely minor germs. They are made of hereditary material within a protein covering. Infections cause commonplace irresistible illnesses, for example, the regular icy, influenza and warts. They additionally cause extreme sicknesses, for example, HIV/Helps, smallpox, and Ebola. They attack living, typical cells and utilize those cells to duplicate and deliver different infections like themselves. This can murder, harm, or change the cells and make you debilitated. Diverse infections assault certain cells in your body, for example, your liver, respiratory framework, or blood.
- Track 12-1Influenza
- Track 12-2HIV / AIDS
- Track 12-3Ebola viral disease
- Track 12-4Rabies
Immunization is the process in which a person is made immune or resistant to an infectious disease, usually by the direction of a vaccine. Vaccines stimulate the body's own immune system to defend the person against following infection or disease. Infection control is defined as the troubled with preventing nosocomial or healthcare-associated infection, a practical sub-discipline of epidemiology.
- Track 13-1Host-pathogen interaction
- Track 13-2Severe/systemic fungal infections
- Track 13-3Tx & Immuno compromised
Cytokine is a substance that is prepared by cells of the immune system. Certain cytokines can increase the immune response and others can suppress it. Cytokines can even be created within the laboratory by deoxyribonucleic acid technology and utilized in the treatment of assorted diseases, together with cancer. Cytokines released from one cell affect the actions of other cells by binding to receptors on their surface. Interleukins are proteins that regulate immune and inflammatory responses.
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- Track 14-1Chemokines
- Track 14-2Interferon
- Track 14-3Interleukins
- Track 14-4Lymphokines
- Track 14-5Tumors Necrosis Factor
An agent that implements an infection or that smothers its capacity to repeat and, thus, represses its ability to increase and reproduce. The development of antivirals has lingered a long ways behind that of anti-infection agents. A virus is a simply hereditary material, DNA or RNA, maybe with a couple of catalysts, wrapped in a protein coat. Further, the virus replicates within the host cell they reside, so it is hard to execute the infection without killing the cell. Various infections can likewise stay torpid in the body without imitating, consequently maintaining a strategic distance from drugs that hinder replication.
The antivirals that have been produced are by and large less viable than one might want. Infections can recreate quickly and, much of the time carelessly, offering to ascend to changes that make them impervious to drugs. Also, for quick moving viral contamination like influenza or a cold, a medication must be capable to have any kind of effect before the illness runs its common course.
- Track 15-1Anti-herpes agents
- Track 15-2Anti- influenza agents
- Track 15-3Fusion inhibitors
- Track 15-4Chemokine receptor antagonists