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We are pleased to announce the 2017 International Conference on Advances in Biomedicine and Biomedical Engineering & 6th International Conference on Biotechnology and Bioengineering (ICABBE2017&6th ICBB) will be held from September 26, 2017 to September 28 in Offenburg, Germany.
Aims and Scope
The main objective of this conference is to bring people together from diverse disciplines to review progress and to exchange ideas in all aspects of biotechnology and bioengineering, with topics ranging from New Approaches and Concepts in Biotechnology; Cell & Cancer Immunology; Genomics and Molecular Biology; Enzyme and Protein Engineering; Biomedicine & Pharmaceutical Biotechnology; Bioinformatics and Systems Biology; Biomedical engineering, Biomedical techniques & technologies and other related aspects. Detailed themes please refer here.
Why attend
The conference is designed to promote interactive discussions at both the talks and poster sessions, and will feature a mix of invited speakers drawn from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences. The conference is therefore purposely broad to cover all aspects of biotechnology and bioengineering, a unique combination that is highly appreciated by the participants. Given the excellent line up of speakers and the meeting’s outstanding reputation, this is a ‘must’ attend for anyone interested in cutting edge research in biotechnology and bioengineering.
Publications
After peer review, all accepted abstract will be published in conference abstract book. Selected full papers will be published in Conference Proceeding with ISSN and will be submited to CPCI for index, or to be considered for publishing in Special Issue of Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049, IF: 2.861, indexed by SCIE). More details about submission please refer here.
Language
The Conference will be conducted in English Language and no simultaneous translation will be provided.
Program & Visit
The conference will last two days from Sep. 27 to 28. Program at a glance please refer here. There will be the "Ortenau Wine Festival" in Offenburg on Sep. 29. (details)
Previous
ICBB is an annual academic conference since 2012. ICBB2016 was held in Bangkok, Thailand during Dec. 8-10, 2016 (visit here). Delegates from 25 countries attended the conference, experts in related fields were invited to give keynote and invited speeches. More details please visit here.
Please bring this notice to the attention of any of your colleagues who may be interested in participating in the conference. (Click to download conference flyer)

Conference Chair:
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. Bruno Ismer
Honorary Conference Co-Chairs:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr.-Ing. E.h. Peter Osypka
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h. c. Winfried Lieber
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Uwe Nuß
Themes & Topics
1.New Approaches and Concepts in Biotechnology
All technologies, techniques and experimental strategies, including nucleic acid manipulation, probe design and labeling methods, cell culture and manipulation, immunological techniques, biomolecular structural analysis, analysis and manipulation of gene expression, systems and computational biology, microscopy, spectroscopy and in vivo imaging, Pathogenic microorganism detection, Nanobiotechnology & Nanomedicine.
2. Cell & Immunology
Cell signalling, Membrane dynamics, Cell adhesion, Cytoskeletal dynamics, Cell growth and division, Cell death, cellular physiology, metabolism, and Bioenergetics; cancer Therapy, Antigens & Vaccines, Adoptive Cell Therapies, Combination Therapies, Microbiota, Oncolytic Viruses, New Checkpoints, Biomarkers & Molecular Markers, Tumor Microenvironment, Immunotherapy, Cancer, etc.
3. Genomics and Molecular Biology
Gene expression & Chromosome: transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation, regulatory RNAs, RNA & chromosome stability, circadian rhythms, telomeres, centromeres, mobile elements, DNA damage, Nucleic-acid metabolism, RNA biogenesis; Genomics: genome sequencing, cancer genomics, metagenomics, pharmacogenomics, resources, transcriptomics, functional genomics screens, comparative genomics, population genetics, phylogenetics, evolution; Epigenetics: DNA methylation, histone modification, chromatin structure, imprinting, chromatin remodeling, epigenomics, molecular marker-assisted selection, genetic diagnosis, etc.
4. Enzyme and Protein Engineering
Membrane proteins; Protein folding; synthetic biology; Aspects of biocatalysis; Constructing functional biocatalysts; Computational design and artificial catalysts; In vitro evolution of proteins; Computational protein engineering, etc.
Enzymes and Synthetic Biology; Sequence and function-based discovery; Structure-Activity-Dynamics-Evolution; Enzyme engineering , etc.
5. Biomedicine, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology & Toxicology
Biomedicine: disease gene identification, relationship between genotype and phenotype, molecular pathology, disease susceptibility/resistance, regenerative medicine, gene therapy and delivery systems, etc;
Pharmaceutical technology: Bio pharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics, Physical Pharmacy, Drug delivery, Nanotechnology for Enhancing Bioavailability, Novel Drug Target Approaches, Industrial Pharmacy, Toxicology, etc.
6. Bioinformatics and Systems Biology
Computational and systems biology, Synthetic biology, Computational and bioinformatic methods for analysis, modeling or visualization of biological data, systems biology, biological networks, synthetic biology, modelling, Next Generation Sequencing
7. Biomedical engineering, Biomedical techniques and technologies
BioImaging and BioSignals, including biosensors and transducers; photobiology and spectroscopic; hemodynamics; medical ultrasound; BioRobotics and Medical Devices, including Bioelectronics instrumentation, medical visualization; health care & clinical decision support systems; related stationary and wireless systems; Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine; BioMechanics and Mechanobiology; nanobiotechnologies, etc.
8. Other related aspects
Industrial biotechnology, Environmental biotechnology, including biofilms, algal systems, and bioremediation; Biofuels, including biomass and renewable resource engineering; Biomaterials, etc.
Previous Conferences / Conference History
ICBB is an annual academic conference since 2012. Previous conferences have been held successfully in China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok in past 5 years. ICBB2016 was held in Bangkok, Thailand during Dec. 8-10, 2016. Delegates from 25 countries attended the conference, experts in related fields were invited to give keynote and invited speeches. The in-depth discussions among the attendees effectively advanced the academic exchange. For more detailed information about ICBB2016 Bangkok, please visit here.
Please bring this notice to the attention of any of your colleagues who may be interested in participating in the conference.


Program
Program at a glance Time zone: local time UTC + 01:00.
Day 0: September 26, 2017 Tuesday
16:00-18:00 Arrival and Registration
Day 1: September 27, 2017 Wednesday
8:00-9:00 On-site registration
9:00-9:30 Welcome Ceremony
9:30-10:30 Plenary & Keynote Session
10:30-10:50 Coffee break & Poster Session
10:50-12:30 Plenary & Keynote Session
12:30 Buffet Lunch & Poster presentation
14:00-15:30 Oral Session
15:30-15:50 Coffee Break & Poster Session
15:50-17:30 Oral Session
17:30-18:00 Poster Presentation
Day 2: September 28, 2017 Thursday
8:30-10:00 Oral Session
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break & Poster Session
10:30-12:00 Oral Session
12:30 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Oral Session
15:30-15:50 Coffee Break & Poster Session
15:50-17:00 Oral Session
17:00 Closing Remarks
Day 3: September 29, 2017 Friday
Visit Offenburg University of Applied Sciences (Optional)
Visit EMBL Heidelberg (Optional, at one’s own expense)
One-day Tour in Strasbourg, France (Optional, at one’s own expense)

Speakers



Prof. Alexander M. Kulminski
Duke University, U.S.A.
Research Experience: Physics and applied mathematics; Biological physics; Bio-demography; Health sciences and aging; Genetics and genomics
He has published more than 120 papers in peer-review journals. Also, he has made about 140 presentations in international conferences.
Presentation Title: Genome-wide meta-analysis leveraging genetic heterogeneity identified abundant associations with multiple age-related phenotypes
Prof. Choi Seong Soo
Research Center for Nanobio Science, SunMoon University & Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Seong Soo Choi, Director of Research Center for Nano bioscience, honorary Professor of Physics and Nanoscience, SunMoon University and Sungkyunkwan University. Expertise: Nanofabrication of Plasmonic Nanopore for single molecule analysis, Characterization and Fabrication of Nanostructure.He has published more than 170 papers in journals.
Presentation Title: Towards the Plasmonic Nanopore on Au-C binary mixture membrane for Next Generation Nanobio Sensor

Prof. Dr. Dianshuai Gao
Department of neurobiology and cell biology, Graduate School of Xuzhou Medical University, China
Currently, his researches focus on GDNF receptors and GDNF function in glioma and PD. His researches involve many subjects comprising of migration and proliferation of glioma cells, epigenetic mechanism, dopaminergic neurons. He also has 4 patents on his researches. Edited books like “Etiology and pathophysiology of Parkinson’s disease” and “Striatum: Anatomy, Functions and Role in Disease”. Editor of Chinese Journal of Neuroanatomy, reviewer of Neuroscience Letter, Evaluation expert of the national natural science research fund project and China postdoctoral fund project. He has a B.S. in clinical Medicine, M.S. in Neuro-anatomy, and Ph.D. in Neurobiology.
Presentation Title: Epigenetic modifications promote abnormally high transcription of GDNF gene in glioma cells

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Rühe
IMTEK – Department of Microsystems Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Freiburg, Germany
He was the Managing Director of the Department of Microsystems Engineering and the founding director of the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS). From 2006 to 2014 he served as Vice Rector for Internationalization and Technology Transfer of the University of Freiburg.
Research interests:
Polymers at interfaces, metamaterials, surface modification, biomedical surfaces, micro- and nanostructuring of surfaces, anti-(bio)fouling strategies, biosensors, surface analysis.
Presentation Title: Engineered Biointerfaces through Tailormade Surface-attached Polymer Networks – From to new diagnostic tools to implantable materials
Prof. Dr. Tatsuo Omata
Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya University, Japan
He has been working on CO2 and nitrate assimilation of cyanobacteria and published more than 90 papers in reputed journals.
His research at the laboratory aims at better understanding the ways plants and algae acquire energy, carbon, and nitrogen. It seeks to understand the events involved, in terms of basic mechanism, and to discover the ways they are integrated and regulated so as to determine the response of the photosynthetic organisms to different physical and chemical environments.
The research projects focus on the areas of plant biochemistry, molecular biology, and physiology, etc.
Presentation Title: Importance of the “Milking” strategy for sustainable production of biofuels using photosynthetic microorganisms

Prof. João Lúcio
Azevedo, Department of Genetics, School of Agriculture, University of SãoPaulo, Brazil
Research Interests: Microbial genetics, biodiversity, microbiology
He is the member of editorial board from 14 international peer-review journals, and the reviewer of 44 internationaljournals like Plos One, Current Microbiology, Biocontrol and other researchjournals.
Prof. João Lúcio Azevedo has published morethan 240 papers on peer-review journals. The H-index is 46.
Presentation Title: The diversity of citrus endophytic bacteria and their interactions with Xylella fastidiosa and host plants

Dr. Johanna Witzell
Associate Professor, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Her research interests are forest damages, tree resistance and stress responses (with special interest in phenolic defensive compounds), functional traits of fungal endophytes of trees, Dutch elm disease and invasive Phytophthora-species.
Presentation Tittle: Phenotype MicroArrays reveal new details of endophytic life style
Prof. Paulo Teixeira Lacava
Vice-Director and professor of Center of Biological Sciences and Health, Federal University of São Carlos – UFSCar, Brazil
Has experience in Applied and Molecular Microbiology, focusing on Molecular Plant Microbes Interaction; acting on the following subjects: a) Role of Microorganisms in Crop Protection: Plant Growth Promotion and Biological Control; b) Biological Control of Insect-Pest and Diseases by Microorganisms; c) Endophytic Microorganisms: A Biotechnological Potential in Agrobiology System and d) Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR).
Presentation Title: Genetic manipulation of endophytic bacteria for symbiotic control of Xylella fastidiosa, causal agent of citrus variegated chlorosis

Prof. Jiri Jan
Brno University of Technology , Czech Republic
Prof. Jan is a senior member of IEEE and a member of EURASIP. He was or is serving as Associate Editor for several international journals and served as a programme committee member or session organiser of many international conferences, a.o. IEEE – EMBC, IEEE – ICASSP and ISBI, Eurasip - EUSIPCO, IFMBE, WOC and others.
His present research interests are in the area of medical image data processing and analysis, concerning namely multimodal image fusion, diagnostic feature analysis and image reconstruction from non-standard tomographic data.
Presentation Title: Spine lesion analysis in 3D CT data – reporting on research progress

Dr. Rina Rosin-Arbesfeld
Department of Clinical Microbiology and Immunology, Sackler School of medicine, Tel Aviv University
Rosin-Arbesfeld's research group have been involved in developing a novel treatment strategy based on mutation stop-codon read-through in key genes. This read-through platform is currently used to develop specific drugs against spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) by BioBlast Pharma and is in clinical trials as a treatment for patients suffering from Familial Adenomatous Polyposis (FAP).
In other aspects of her work, Dr. Rosin-Arbesfeld is focusing of different aspects of the Wnt pathway and is currently establishing methods for prolonging the life span of Red Blood Cells (RBCs).
Presentation Title: A flow cytometry-based reporter assay identifies macrolide antibiotics as nonsense mutation read-through agents.
Prof. Dr. Silvia Mittler
Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, University of Western Ontario, Canada
Since September 2003 I have been a member of the faculty in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Western. I am running the Laboartory for Photonics of Surfaces and Interfeces. I was holding a Tier I Canada Reaserch Chair for 7 years (2004-2011). In September 2010 I have received an Award of Appreciation from Sciencetech Inc., London, Ontario.
My research was selected various times for an issue of the Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research (published by the American Physical Society and the American Institute of Physics) which publishes articles from participating publishers, covering a focused area of frontier research.

Prof. Luca Mesin
Mathematical Biology & Physiology, Dept. of Electronics and Telecommunications, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Associate Professor in Biomedical Engineering at Politecnico di Torino, Italy. He is the head of the research group on Mathematical Biology & Physiology. His research activities are devoted to the processing of signals or images extracted from biological and physiological systems and to the development of mathematical models for the interpretation of the recorded data. Applications are mainly focused on the investigation of biological systems or on the development of new biomedical tools. Recent works concern the simulation of spiral waves using a model of electromechanical coupling in the heart, the investigation of the central venous pressure, the processing of multiple data reflecting the responses of the Autonomous Nervous System and the simulation and processing of bioelectric signals.
Dr. Oliver Faude
Department of Sport, Exercise and Health, University of Basel, Switzerland
His research focuses on Sports Medicine, including Sports Medicine, Exercise Science, Sports Science, Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Sports Injuries, Exercise Performance, Nutrition and Exercise Performance. Has published morethan 130 papers. The H-index is 22 with total cites 2281. Also he is reviewer of many related international journals

David D. McFadden, M.D.
Mayo Clinic, U.S.A
The research of David D. McFadden, M.D., focuses on alternative and complementary methods and treatments for smoking cessation.
Dr. McFadden is particularly interested in exploring how a person's mind, attitudes and beliefs impact nicotine addiction. He is exploring alternative acupuncture protocols and spirituality as potential treatments for nicotine addiction. Future studies may involve herbal remedies, Tai Qi and Qi Gung.

Accepted Presentations (Oral & Poster)

The following titles are accepted abstracts by the conference, the list will be updated regulary (Last updated: Aug. 10, 2017). Only registered presentations will be included in conference program.
1, Abdurraouf ZAET, D-Cateslytin, A new Potent Antimicrobial Peptide for Therapeutic Application
2, Akbar Esmaeili, Optimization and characterization of coaxial electrospun sodium carboxymethyl cellulose-graft-methyl acrylate/poly(ethylene oxide) nanofibers for drug-delivery applications
3, Alexander M. Kulminski, Genome-wide meta-analysis leveraging genetic heterogeneity identified abundant associations with multiple age-related phenotypes
4, Ali Karimi , In vitro antioxidant and antiproliferativeeffects of crude hydroalcoholic extract of Pomegranate (Punicagranatum L.) peeland subsequent fractions on AGS cell line
5, Amir Roushdy Ali, Novel design of electrical sensing interface for prosthetic limbs using optical micro cavities
6, Anna Varizhuk, The many facets of G4 DNA structures
7, Ardeshir Hesampour Mahalati, Catalytic efficiency and thermostability improvement of phytase through rational mutagenesis for enzyme Industrial application
8, Arian Ansardamavandi, Effects of Substrate Stiffness on Morphological Alternations, Proliferation, Motility and Genes Expression in Breast Cell Lines with Different Invasiveness
9, Arti Taneja, Automated Cell Nuclei Segmentation in Overlapping Cervical Images Using Deep Learning Model
10, Asma Karim, Genetic diversity between Cirrhinus mrigala from two different habitats (Farm and River) on the basis of CO1 gene sequences
11, Baole Zhang, Epigenetic mechanism of abnormally high GDNF transcription in glioma cells
12, Bumgeun Choi, Low Fluid Shear Stress induces the differentiation of human bone-derived mesenchymal stem cells under rocking platform
13, Carlos Laino, PHARMACEUTICAL INNOVATION IN THE TREATMENT OF PAIN: COMBINATION OF MORPHINE WITH OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS
14, Cheol Song, Diffuse speckle contrast analysis for deep tissue flow monitoring
15, Cynthia Machado Cascabulho, Chemotaxis and Immunoregulatory Function of Cardiac T Cells in Dystrophin-Deficient Mice
16, David D McFadden, Trial of intensive acupuncture for smoking cessation: a pilot study
17, Dianshuai Gao, Epigenetic modifications promote abnormally high transcription of GDNF gene in glioma cells
18, Dong-An Wang, Development of an in vitro rheumatoid arthritis (RA) model and its application in drug testing
19, Eglė Lastauskienė, Electroporation in combination with weak organic acids is suitable for the biocontrol of the skin colonizing yeasts
20, Elsayed Ibrahim Imam Morgan, Novel techniques for high resolution magnetic field detection using WGM based sensor
21, Farshid Talat, FACTORES AFECTING SYNONYMOUS CODON USAGE BIAS IN CHLOROPLAST GENOMES OF Gossypium thurberi AND Gossypium arboreum
22, Florian Ott, Probing Activity of Immobilized P450BM3
23, Gen Li, A Non-invasive Non-contact Continuous Monitoring System of Brain Edema Based on Magnetic Induction Phase Shift and Computer Programming
24, Grace Mosunmola Adegbola, Bioremediation of Nutrient Amended Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soil: Influence on Vegetative Properties
25, Heba Kamal Mohammed Ahmed & Ethar M. Said-Ahmed Ataa-Elmanan, The biostability of gold nanoparticles for cancer treatment
26, Herbert Wachtel, In vitro Analysis of Respimat® Respiratory Drug Delivery in Children
27, Imam morgan, Amir Roushdy, Novel techniques for high resolution magnetic field detection using WGM based sensor
28, Javad Ranjbari, Enhanced Production of Insulin-like Growth Factor I Protein in Escherichia coli by Optimization of Five Key Factors
29, Jeff Wright, Forest Plantation and Harvesting Systems for Eucalyptus Biomass Investments in Florida USA
30, Jens Tiefenbach, Zebrafish based small molecule screening identifies idebenone as new PPAR/dual agonist
31, Jian Li, Trichomonas vaginalis genome and transcriptome provide insights into Trichomonas gene expansion and evolution
32, Jiri JAN, Spine lesion analysis in 3D CT data – reporting on research progress
34, João Lúcio Azevedo, The diversity of citrus endophytic bacteria and their interactions with Xylella fastidiosa and host plants
35, Johanna Witzell, Phenotype MicroArrays reveal new details of endophytic life style
36, Julie Zaworski, Deinococcus geothermalis genome scale studies to engineer heterologous metabolic pathways
37, Jürgen Rühe, "Engineered Biointerfaces through Tailormade Surface-attached Polymer Networks – From to new diagnostic tools to implantable materials
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38, Kaiyu Wang, Application Development of Remote EEG Acquisition and Analysis Based on the Intel RealSense Technology
39, Leila Karimi, Mn-ferrite superparamagnetic nanoparticles coated by Palmitic Acid Modified Pegylated chitosan as a carrier for anticancer drugs
40, Luca Mesin, Reduction of Crosstalk in Surface Electromyogram by Optimal Spatio-Temporal Filtering
41, Mahmood Ahmed, Azomethines Isoxazole N-substituted pyrazoles and pyrimidine ring containing curcumin derivatives: Urease inhibition and molecular modeling studies
42, Maryam Goodarzi, Biosensors as a Rapid Method for Detection of Foodborne Pathogenes
43, Matthias Rieckher, Combining Light Sheet Microscopy and Optical Projection Tomography to visualize protein dynamics in small model organisms and spheroid tumors
44, Maurits Hoonhorst, Does Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation have an added value to clinical assessment in predicting upper limb function early post-stroke?
45, Mehdi Najar, Inflammatory response of bone marrow mesenchymal stromal cells: gene and protein immuno-profiling
46, Milena Chraniuk, Inhalation tests in vitro for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
47, Mohamed Hamdy Doweidar, In-vivo Cell Remote Control: A Mecano-Electro Computational Study
48, MOHAMED NASEF, Activation of autophagy by TRAIL Receptors mediates cyto-protection in urothelial cell carcinoma (UCC) lines in vitro
49, Muhammad Imtiaz Shafiq, Design and evaluation of CDK4 inhibitors through molecular docking
50, Muhammad Nauman Aftab, Cloning, expression and characterization of β-xylanase gene from Thermotoga naphthophila
51, Nasreen Thebo, THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF ALMOND (PRUNUS DULCIS.L) SHELL EXTRACT AGAINST TINEA INFECTION
52, Nermeen Mohamed Serag El Din, Magnetotactic bacteria act as microrobotes for targeting cancer cell therapy
53, Niranjan Koirala, Glycosylation and Subsequent Malonylation of Isoflavonoids in E. coli: Strain Development Production and Insights into Future Metabolic Perspectives
54, Oliver Faude, Soccer injuries and their prevention in children´s football
55, Pareenart Sungkeeree, Removal of toxic phthalate by enzymatic molecular engineering strategies
56, Paulo Teixeira Lacava, Genetic manipulation of endophytic bacteria for symbiotic control of Xylella fastidiosa, causal agent of citrus variegated chlorosis
57, Piotr Zgłobicki, UV-induced DNA damage repair by known and putative Arabidopsis thaliana photolyases
58, Plamen Kirilov, EX-VIVO PERCUTANEOUS ABSORPTION OF ENROFLOXACIN USING LMOG ORGANOGEL AS DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM
59, Rabia Tanvir, BIODIVERSITY AND BIOTECHNOLOGICAL PROSPECTS OF STREPTOMYCES, AMYCOLATOPSIS, NOCARDIA AND PSEUDONOCARDIA SP. RESIDING IN ASTERACEAE PLANT FAMILY
60, Rina Rosin-Arbesfeld, A flow cytometry-based reporter assay identifies macrolide antibiotics as nonsense mutation read-through agents.
61, Roghaye Arezumand, Selection of high affinity nanobody using calculation of binding score and experimentally confirmation to modulate angiogenesis
62, SALIM ATEEG, CD40-mediated death and cytokine release in human prostate carcinoma cells: a target for inflammatory tumour cell killing
63, Samin Seddigh, Conserved Motif Analysis of Mitochondrial Cytochrome b (Cytb) Enzyme in Insects
64, Sarah Sabir , Molecular Characterization of families affected with autosomal recessive primary microcephaly
65, Seong Soo Choi, Towards the Plasmonic Nanopore on Au-C binary mixture membrane for Next Generation Nanobio Sensor
66, Silvia Mittler, Waveguide Evanescent Field Microscopies: WEFF and WEFS microscopy
67, Somchart Chokchaitam , Visional Pill Identification for Recognizing Two Similar White-Shade Pills under Various Uncontrolled Luminance Intensity
68, SRINIVASA REDDY RONDA, A growth inhibitory model with SOx influenced effective growth rate for estimation of algal biomass concentration under flue gas atmosphere
69, Tatsuo Omata, Importance of the “Milking” strategy for sustainable production of biofuels using photosynthetic microorganisms
70, Télesphore Benoît Nguelefack, Insight into the analgesic effects of some Cameroonian medicinal plants
71, Tomohiko Utsuki, Migration Model of Extracellular Fluid in Cerebral Tissue for Future Automatic Control of Brain physiological State
72, Tushar Kulkarni, Hand grip force analysis using surface electromygram
73, Vladimir Kodkin, Galina Yakovleva, Developing a system for continuous control of the functional status based on recording of electrical potentials and acoustic signals
74, Yasir Rehman, Arsenic detoxification and plant growth promotion by purple non-sulfur bacteria
75, Yung-Kai LIN, In situ Polymerizable Hydrogel Incorporated with Specific Pathogen-free Porcine Platelet-Rich Plasma for the Reconstruction of the Corneal Endothelium
76, Zahra Mohamadzade, A New Variant of Hotair
77, Zamarud Shah, Introduction of Arabidopsis thaliana HsfA1d into potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) enhances thermotolerance
78, Julie Zaworski, Deinococcus geothermalis genome scale studies to engineer heterologous metabolic pathways
79, Pauline Dartevelle, D-Cateslytin: a new antifungal agent for the treatment of oral Candida albicans associated infections
80, Plamen Kirilov, EX-VIVO PERCUTANEOUS ABSORPTION OF ENROFLOXACIN USING LMOG ORGANOGEL AS DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM
81, Arian Ansardamavandi, Effects of Substrate Stiffness on Morphological Alternations, Proliferation, Motility and Genes Expression in Breast Cell Lines with Different Invasiveness
82, Zahra Mohamadzade, A New Variant of Hotair
83, Ali Karimi , In vitro antioxidant and antiproliferativeeffects of crude hydroalcoholic extract of Pomegranate (Punicagranatum L.) peeland subsequent fractions on AGS cell line
84, Maurits Hoonhorst , Does Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation have an added value to clinical assessment in predicting upper limb function early post-stroke?
85, Jürgen Hense, Challenging brain computer interfaces with a modularized real-time software framework
86, Arti Taneja, Automated Cell Nuclei Segmentation in Overlapping Cervical Images Using Deep Learning Model
87, An-Bang Liu , In Vivo Assessment of Endothelial Function in Small Animals Using an Infrared Pulse Detector
88, Attila Bóta, Effects of ursolic acid on the structural behaviours of dipalmitoyl lecithin vesicles
89, Neelima B.Shitole, A study of cancer diagnosis using image processing and machine learning
90, Elena Kornienko, NEW PRODUCERS OF FIBRINOLYTIC AND ANTICOAGULANT ENZYMES AMONG MICROMYCETES
91, Alexandra Rozhkova, "Increase in thermostability of the 1,4--glucanase from Penicillium sp by site-directed mutagenesis


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