In continuation to successful past scientific meetings 3rd World Congress on Genetics & Genetic Disorders will be held on April 20-21, 2020 on Dubai, UAE.
EuroSciCon suggests every single person to attend "Genetics 2020” in the midst of April 20-21, 2020 at Dubai, UAE which merges brief keynote introductions, speaker talks, Poster Presentations , Exhibitions, Symposia, Workshops.
Genetics 2020 will gather world-class educators, researchers, analysts, Molecular Biologist Geneticist, Gene Therapist and Young Researchers working in the related fields to consider, exchange views and their experiences before an extensive worldwide social occasion of individuals. The social gathering warmly welcomes Presidents, CEO's, Delegates and present day experts from the field of Genetics & Genetic Disorders and Public wellbeing and other pertinent organization positions to take an interest in these sessions, B2B get together and board talks. The assembly of this event will be revolving around the topic “Innovation and Discoveries in field of Genetics will lead to better future”.
EuroSciCon is the longest running independent life science events company with a predominantly academic client base. Our multi professional and multi-specialty approach creates a unique experience that cannot be found with a specialist society or commercially. This global meeting gives the chance to Molecular Biologist, Geneticist, Gene Therapist and Young researchers, specialists and analysts throughout the world to assemble and take in the most recent advances in the field of Genetics & Genetics Disorders and to trade innovative thoughts and encounters.
- 2 days of scientific exchange
- 100+ abstracts submitted
- 20+ scientific sessions
- 50+ worldwide professionals
- 80+ healthcare experts
Genetics 2020 is the yearly gathering directed with the help of the Organizing Committee Members and individuals from the Editorial Board of the supporting Genetics & Molecular Biology related journals.
Reason to attend?
Genetics 2020 is relied upon to give young researchers and scientists a platform to present their revolutions in the field of Genetics and Molecular Biology. This conference invites Presidents, CEO's, Delegates and present day specialists from the field of Genetics and Public wellbeing and other pertinent organization positions to take an interest in this sessions, B2B get together and board talks.
Scope of Genetics:-
The global market for Genetic Testing is forecast to reach US$2.2 billion by 2017. Increasing knowledge about the potential benefits of genetic testing is one of the prime reasons for the growth of the genetic testing market.Advancements in the genetic testing space, aging population and a subsequent rise in the number of chronic diseases, and increasing incidence of cancer cases are the other factors propelling growth in the genetic testing market.
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- Royal Society of Biology
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- Speaker Presentations
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- Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
- Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
- Student Attendee
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- Speaker Presentations
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- Book Launch event
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- Sponsorships opportunities
Track 1 Genetics
Genetics study of heredity and varieties. Genomics and varieties are controlled by qualities—what they are, their specialty, and how they work. Genes inside the core of a cell are hung together so that the arrangement conveys data: that data decides how living beings acquire different highlights (phenotypicattributes). For instance, posterity created by sexual multiplication normally appear to be like every one of their folks since they have acquired a portion of every one of their folks' qualities. Genetics distinguishes which highlights are acquired, and clarifies how these highlights go from age to age. The Genetic code not just controls heritage: It likewise controls quality articulation, which happens when a segment of the twofold helix is uncoiled, uncovering a progression of the nucleotides, which are inside of the DNA to turn ON the Gene. Closing the uncoiled segment turns off the gene.
- Genes and Chromosomes
- Genetic Linkage and Chromosome Mapping
- Regulation of Gene Activity
- Quantitative Genetics and Multifactorial Inheritance
- Genetic Engineering and Genome Analysis
- Principles of Genetic Transmission
Track 2 Genetic Disorders
Genetic disorders are a hereditary problem, meaning that they are passed down from the parent’s genes or caused by one or more abnormalities in the genome. In such cases, the defect will only be passed down if it occurs in the germline and most genetic disorders are quite rare and affect one person in every several thousands or millions. Genetic disorders may likewise be complex, multifactorial, or polygenic, which means they are likely connected with the impacts of numerous genes lifestyles and environmental factors. Multifactorial disorders incorporate coronary illness and diabetes. Although complex issue frequently group in families, they don't have an obvious example of legacy. This makes it hard to decide a man's danger of acquiring or passing on these disarranges. Complex issue are likewise hard to study and treat, on the grounds that the particular factors that reason the vast majority of these clutters have not yet been recognized.
- Congenital Disorders
- Cystic fibrosis
- Polycystic kidney disease
- Down’s syndrome
- Diabetes and Obesity
- Neurodevelopmental disorders
- Multifactorial diseases
- Autosomal dominant disorders
- Autosomal Recessive disorders
- Huntington Disease
- Maternal transmission, heteroplasty
- Complex Parent of origin effects due to genomic imprinting.
- Autosomal recessive characterized by variable expressivity, and genetic heterogeneity
- Turner Syndrome
- Polycystic Kidney Disease
- Osteogenesis Imperfect
Track 3 Animal Genetics
Animal genetics is a branch of genetics that studies heredity and variation chiefly in farm animals but also in domestic and wild animals. It is based on general genetic principles and concepts, and it mainly uses the hybrid, cytological, population, ontogenetic, mathematical-statistical, and twin methods of general genetics.
- Genetic Diversity and Inbreeding
- Natural Selection in animals
- Genetic Disorders in animals
Track 4 Cancer Genetics
Cancer Genetics is an inherited issue in which the normal control of cell change is lost. Malignant inherited characteristics are by and by one of the speediest stretching out restorative qualities. The influenced qualities are partitioned into two general classifications. Oncogenes are qualities that advance cell development and propagation. Tumorsuppressor genes are genes that restrain cell division and survival. Harmful change can happen through the arrangement of novel oncogenes, the unseemly finished articulation of ordinary oncogenes, or by the under-articulation or crippling of tumor silencer genes. Regularly, changes in various genes are required to change an ordinary cell into a tumor cell. Hereditary changes can happen at various levels and by various components.
- The Genetic Basis of Cancer
- Cancer Genetics in the Clinic
- Genetic Alternations in Common Cancers
- Cancer Genomes
- Genetics of common cancers
Track 5 Human Genetics
Human Genetics is the study of inheritance as it happens in people. 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 counselling. Genes can be the normal factor of the characteristics of most human-acquired attributes. Investigation of human genetics can be helpful as it can answer questions regarding human behaviour, comprehend the sicknesses and advancement of successful malady treatment, and comprehend genetics of human life.
- Human Genome Sequence and Variation
- From Genes to Genomics to Proteomics
- Oligogenic Disease
- Formal Genetics of Humans: Multifactorial Inheritance and Common Diseases
- Human Genetics of Infectious Diseases
- Gene Action: Developmental Genetics
- Consanguinity, Genetic Drift, and Genetic Diseases in Populations with Reduced Numbers of Founders
- Cloning in Research and Treatment of Human Genetic Disease
Molecular Pharming utilizes plants to create substantial amounts of pharmaceutical substances like antibodies and vaccines. It is as same as the technique for creating Genetically Modified Crops, the artificial introduction of genes into plants. Plant Genetics is the study of genes, hereditary variety, and genetics particularly in Plants. It is for the most part thought about a field of biology and botany, however crosses much of the time with numerous other life sciences and is firmly connected with the investigation of data frameworks. In agriculture, a plant's qualities impact the improvement of the plant, as they are parts of its chromosomes and are acquired through sexual propagation. There are two different ways by which qualities can be changed: the gene gun method strategy and the agrobacterium technique. The gene gun method technique is particularly helpful in changing monocot species like corn and rice and is otherwise called biolistic. The agrobacterium strategy has been effectively drilled in dicots, i.e. broadleaf plants, for example, soybeans and tomatoes, for a long time. It is likewise viable in monocots like grasses, including corn and rice. This technique is likewise favoured over the gene gun method strategy as it is less demanding to screen because of a more prominent recurrence of single-site inclusions of outside DNA.
- Germplasm for breeding
- Molecular breeding
- Molecular genetic modifications and genome-wide genetics
- Marketing and societal issues in breeding
- Plant cellular organization and genetic structure
- Clonal propagation and in vitro culture
- Plant genetic resources
Track 7 Molecular and Cellular Genetics
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 biologyand 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 equipments to help propel the comprehension of how cells function, thinks about in cell and nuclear science could be for you.
- Role of Histones and their Acetylation in Control of Gene Expression
- DNA Replication and its Control
- Molecular Cloning
- Transgenic Regulation in Laboratory Animals
- The Polymerase Chain Reaction
Track 8 Medicinal Genetics
Medicinal Genetics is the branch of medication that includes the analysis and management of genetic issue. Medicinal Genetics varies from human genetics in that human genetics is a field of scientific research that might apply to 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 counsellingpeople 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. Medicinal genetics incorporate a wide range of genetic counsellors, and nutritionists, clinical diagnostic laboratory activities, and research into the causes and inheritance of genetic disorders. Examples of conditions that fall inside the extent of therapeutic hereditary qualities incorporate birth surrenders and dysmorphology, mental hindrance, extreme introvertedness, mitochondrial clutters, skeletal dysplasia, connective tissue issue, disease hereditary qualities, teratogens, and pre-birth finding. Medicinal genetics is progressively getting to be important to numerous normal infections. Overlaps with other therapeutic claims to fame are starting to rise, as on-going advances in genetics are revealing etiologies for neurologic, endocrine, cardiovascular, aspiratory, ophthalmologic, renal, mental, and dermatologic conditions.
- Chromosome disorders
- MathematicaI and population genetics
- Patterns of in heritance
- Drug Metabolism
- Genetic Variations revealed solely by effects of drugs
- Genetic factors in common diseases
Population genetics is the study of genetic variation within population, and involves the examination and modelling of changes in the frequencies of genes and alleles in population over space and time. A significant number of the genes found within a population will be polymorphic - that is, they will occur in different structures (or alleles). Numerical models are utilized to examine and predict the occurrence of specific alleles or combination of alleles in population, in view of advancements in the molecular understanding of genetics, Mendel's laws of inheritance and modern evolutionary theory. The focus is the populace or the species not the person. Evolutionary Genetics are the investigation of how hereditary variety prompts transformative change. It incorporates subjects, for example, evolution of genome structure, the genetic basis of speciation and adaptation, and genetic change in response to selection within populations.
- Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium
- Non-random mating
- Natural selection
- Gene pool
- New developments
- Genetic drift, bottlenecks & founder effects
- Genetic diversity
Track 10 Cytogenetics
Cytogenetics is a branch of genetics that is concerned with how the chromosomes relate to cell behaviour, particularly to their behaviour during mitosis and meiosis. Techniques used include karyotyping, analysis of G-banded chromosomes, other cytogenetic banding techniques, as well as molecular cytogenetic such as fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) and comparative genomic hybridization (CGH).Their conduct in creature (lizard) cells was depicted by Walther Flemingdization (CGH). Chromosomes were first seen in plant cells by Karl Wil, the pioneer of mitosis, in 1882. The name was begat by another German anatomist, von Waldeyer in 1888.
- Chromosome banding techniques and staining
- International System for human Cytogenetic Nomenclature (ISCN)
- Chromosome abnormalities
- Tumor Cytogenetics
- Cancer Cytogenetics
Track 11 Genome Integrity
The Genomic Integrity is additionally called as hereditary alteration. It is the immediate control of living beings of the genome by utilizing biotechnology. Genes might be evacuated, or "thumped out", utilizing a nuclease. Gene is focusing on an alternate method that utilizations homologous recombination to change an endogenous quality, and this can be utilized to delete gene, expel exons, addition of gene, or to present hereditary transformations. It is an arrangement of advances used to change the hereditary cosmetics of the cell and including the exchange of qualities crosswise over species limits to create enhanced novel life forms. Genes designing does not regularly incorporate customary creature and plant rearing, in vitro treatment, acceptance of polyploidy, mutagenesis and cell combination systems that don't utilize recombinant nucleic acids or a hereditarily altered life form all the while. The maintenance of genome integrity is essential for organism survival and for the inheritance of traits to offspring. Genomic instability is caused by DNA damage, aberrant DNA replication or uncoordinated cell division, which can lead to chromosomal aberrations and gene mutations.
- Gene editing therapy
- Genetic transformation
- Bio fabrication & 3 D-Bio printing in Life Science
- Nanotechnology in Genetics
- Therapeutic Cloning
Track 12 Bioinformatics in Genetics
Bioinformatics in Genetics is the utilization of programming building, bits of knowledge, and number juggling to issues in science. Bioinformatics in Genetics crosses a broad assortment of fields inside science, including genomics/innate characteristics, biophysics, cell science, natural science, and improvement. In like way, it makes use of instruments and techniques from an extensive variety of quantitative fields, including figuring design, machine learning, Bayesian and visit estimations, and real material science.
A great deal of computational science is stressed over the examination of sub-nuclear data, for instance, bio groupings (DNA, RNA, or protein courses of action), three-dimensional protein structures, quality enunciation data, or sub-nuclear natural frameworks (metabolic pathways, protein-protein joint effort frameworks, or quality managerial frameworks). A wide combination of issues can be had a tendency to using this data, for instance, the distinctive evidence of affliction causing characteristics, the diversion of the Transformative narratives of species, and the opening of the complex regulatory codes that turn characteristics on and off. Bioinformatics in Genetics can in like manner be stressed over non-sub-nuclear data, for instance, clinical or natural data.
- Computational biomodeling
- Computational neuroscience
- Computational pharmacology
- Computational evolutionary biology
- Computational Entomology
- Next generation sequencing
- Expression profiling, gene targeting, tissue-specific and inducible gene ablation
Track 13 Neurogenetics
Neurogenetics is the part of genetics in the advancement and function of the nervous system. It consider about neural attributes as phenotypes (i.e. appearances, measurable or not, of the genetic make-up of an individual), is 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. As the name infers, it draws perspectives from both the studies of neuroscience and hereditary qualities, focusing specifically how the hereditary code a life form conveys influences its communicated attributes. Transformations in this hereditary succession can have an extensive variety of impacts on the personal satisfaction of the person. Neurological sicknesses, conduct and identity are altogether examined with regards to neurogenetics. The field of neurogenetics developed in the mid to late 1900s with progresses firmly following headways made in accessible technology. Currently, neurogenetics is the focal point of much research using cutting edge techniques. The field of neurogenetics emerged from advances made in molecular biology, genetics and a desire to understand the link between genes, behaviour, the brain, and neurological disorders and diseases.
- Behavioral neurogenetics
- Cross-species gene conservation
- Neural development
- Cognitive genomics
- Computational Neurogenetic Modeling
Periodontitis is a multifactorial disease that causes tooth loss. The intricate pathogenesisof periodontitis infers the involvement of a susceptible host and a bacterial challenge. Numerous studies provided a valuable contribution to understanding the genetic basis of periodontal disease, but the specific candidate genes of susceptibility are still unknown. Truly, huge examinations and screening of single-nucleotide polymorphisms have yielded new innate information without a total response for the organization of periodontal disorder. In this unique duplicate, we give a survey of the most relevant written work, showing the standard thoughts and bits of learning of the philosophies that have been creating to all the more likely break down and treat periodontal infection in view of biomarkerexamination and host regulation.
- Gene Polymorphisms in Chronic Periodontitis
- Genetics and Susceptibility to Periodontists
- Effect of gene polymorphisms on periodontal diseases
- Epigenetics in periodontics
- Periodontitis is a multifactorial disease
- Inherited periodontitis
Track 15 Epigenetics & Chromatin
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 normal developmental program. The standard definition of epigenetics requires these alterations to be heritable either in the progeny of cells or of organisms. Epigenetic research uses a wide range of molecular biological techniques to further understanding of epigenetic phenomena, including chromatin immunoprecipitation (together with its large-scale variants ChIP-on-chip and ChIP-Seq), fluorescent in situ hybridization, methylation-sensitive restriction enzymes, DNA adenine methyltransferase identification (DamID) and bisulfite sequencing. Furthermore, the use of bioinformatics methods has a role in (computational epigenetics).
- Histone modification
- DNA methylation
- Clinical Epigenetics
- Translational epigenetics
- Reproductive epigenetics
Track 16 Immunology & Immunogenetics
Immunogenetics has a critical part in the examination of single characteristics of genes and their part in the manner in which traits or conditions are passed beginning with one time then onto the following. The examination of the atomic and cell parts that include the protected structure, including their ability and association turns into the central craft of immunology. Immune system infections, for example, type 1 diabetes, are complex genetic characteristics which result from defects in the immune system Distinguishing proof of qualities characterizing the insusceptible deformities may recognize new target qualities for remedial methodologies. Then again; genetic assortments can in like manner describe the immunological pathway provoking illness.
- Granulocyte Immunology
- Genes and Immunity
- Immunogenetics and Pharmacogenetics
- Vasculitis and Autoimmune Disease
- Platelet Immunology
- Genetic Research
- Genetics of Allo Antigens
- Genetic control of immune cell activation
- Chronic Inflammation
Track 17 Gene Therapy and Genetic Counselling
Genetic Counselling is the procedure by which the patients or relatives at risk of an acquired disorder (or might convey a kid at risk) 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 (the real estimation of hazard) and supportive aspects.
Gene Therapy is a preliminary strategy that uses characteristics or basically nucleic destructive polymers to treat or hinder ailment into a patient's cell as a pharmaceutical for disease treatment. Later on, this strategy may empower authorities to treat disarray by implanting's a gene into a patient's cells rather than using solutions or medical procedure. Gene Therapy is a way to deal with settle an innate issue at its inside or source. The polymers are either changed over into proteins which meddle with the target quality articulation or else they could amend inherited changes.
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.
- Gene Polymorphism
- Regenerative Medicine
- Gene Editing and CRISPR Based Technologies
- Viral Gene Therapy
- Ethical Issues Related To Gene Therapy
- Advanced Therapy Production
Track 18 Chaemogenetics and Optogenetics
Optogenetics and chemo genetics are the recent and well known strategies used to study this relationship. Both of these strategies target particular mind circuits and cell populace to impact cell movement. Be that as it may, they utilize distinctive strategies to achieve this undertaking. Optogenetics utilizes light-delicate channels and pumps that are virally introduced into neurons. Cells' movement, having these channels, would then be able to be controlled by light. Chemo genetics, then again, utilizes synthetically designed receptors and exogenous atoms particular for those receptors, to influence the movement of those cells.
DREADDs are the most widely recognized GPCRs utilized in chemo genetics. These receptors exclusively get initiated by the medication of intrigue (inert molecule) and impact physiological and neural procedures that occur inside and outside of the central nervous system.
Chemo genetics has been favoured over Optogenetics, and it maintains a strategic distance from a portion of the difficulties of Optogenetics. Chemo genetics does not require the costly light equipment, and in this way, is more available. The goals in Optogenetic decreases because of light scrambling and illuminance declined levels as the separation between the subject and the light source increases. These factors, in this manner, don't take into consideration all cells to be influenced by light and prompt lower spatial goals. Chemo genetics, be that as it may, does not require light utilization and accordingly can accomplish higher spatial goals.
- Mapping of the brain and behaviour
- Cell culture, Network analysis
- Improvement of appropriate light sources
- Transfection methods
- Parkinson disease, Epilepsy
- Forward chemogenomics
- Reverse chemogenomics
- Personalized medicine
- Phenotypic screening
Track 19 Stem Cell research and Therapy
Immature microorganisms are undifferentiatedregular cells that experience mitosis to convey more cells, which are found in multicellularliving things. They are of two sorts, embryonic and grown up microorganisms. The undeveloped cell treatment was seen to be a lifesaving treatment for the patients with solid tumours and blood issue. Essential microorganisms can be obtained from the umbilical string after new-born’s first experience with the world. Maybe they can moreover be gotten from periphery blood and bone marrow. As demonstrated by the reports, in 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.
Undifferentiated creature treatment is the strategy for using undeveloped cells for with respect to and furthermore keeping any disease or strife. Bone marrow transplantation is the most by and large used youthful microorganism treatment, anyway some undeveloped cell treatment using umbilical string bloods are similarly for all intents and purposes.
- Somatic Cell Reprogramming
- Tissue Regeneration
- Vascular Regeneration
- Articular Cartilage Tissue 211 Engineering
- Oral Bone Reconstruction
Track 20 Microbial Genetics
Microbial Genetics is a subject area inside microbiology and genetic engineering. It examines the genetics of small (micro) life forms; microscopic organisms, archaea, infections and some protozoa and parasites. This includes the investigation of the genotype of microbial species and furthermore the articulation framework as phenotypes.
For instance: Microorganisms' quick development rates and short age times are utilized by researchers to think about advancement. Microbial hereditary qualities additionally has applications in having the capacity to examine forms and pathways that are like those found in people, for example, drug metabolism. Microorganisms are in a perfect world suited for biochemical and hereditary qualities examines and have made huge contributions to these fields of science, for example, demonstration that DNA is the hereditary material. Utilizing organisms, conventions were created to embed qualities into bacterial plasmids, exploiting their quick generation, to make bio factories for the gene of interest. Such hereditarily built microorganisms can deliver pharmaceuticals, for example, insulin, human development hormone; interferon’s and blood clotting factors.
- Gene fusions
- Eukaryotic Genomes
- Prokaryotic Genomes
- Genetic Recombination
- Transposons and Transposition
- Mechanisms of Gene Transfer
Track 21 Structural Genomics
Structural genomics seeks to depict the 3-dimensional structure of each protein encoded by a given genome. This genome-basedapproach takes into consideration a high-throughput technique for structure assurance by a combination of experimental and modelling approaches. The important contrast between structural genomics and traditional structure prediction is that structural genomics endeavors to decide the structure of each protein encoded by the genome, instead of concentrating on one specific protein. With full-genome arrangements accessible, structure prediction should be possible all the more rapidly through a combination of experimental and modelling approaches, particularly in light of the fact that the accessibility of expansive number of sequenced genomes and beforehand explained protein structures enables researchers to display protein structure on the structures of previously solved homologs.
- Modelling Threading
- Structure databases
- Traditional structural prediction
- Structural homology
- Structural bioinformatics
Track 22 Forensic Genetics
Forensic genetics: The branch of genetics that deals with the application of genetic knowledge to legal problems and legal proceedings. Forensic genetics is also a branch of forensic medicine which deals more broadly with the application of medical knowledge to legal matters.
Forensic genetics today tends to conjure up DNA. However, even the term "DNA fingerprinting" is reminiscent of older methods of police identification. Forensic genetics is not a new field. Long before the era of DNA fingerprinting, blood grouping, HLA typing and other tests of genetic markers in blood were done to try to determine who did it (and, more often, who did not do it).
- DNA Fingerprinting
- Evaluation and presentation of DNA evidence
- Kinship testing
- Lineage markers
- Single nucleotide polymorphisms
- Statistical interpretation of STR profiles
- PCR amplification
- Anthropological studies
Track 23 Nutrigenetics
Nutrigenetics intends to recognize how genetic variation affects response to nutrients. This data can be applied to improve health and prevent or treat diseases. The ultimate aim of nutrigenetics is to offer individuals customized nourishment in light based on their genetic makeup.
A major goal for nutrigenetic scientists is to identify genes that make certain people more susceptible to obesity and obesity related diseases. The thrifty gene hypothesis is a example of a nutrigenetic factor in obesity. Future progressions in nutrigenetics research may conceivably demonstrate the presence of thrifty genes and in addition discover counter-impacts keeping in mind the end goal to prevent obesity and obesity-related diseases.
- Nutrition Market
- Clinical Trials
- Genetic variations affecting the nutritional environment
- Dietary bioactives with genome
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. The Genetic testing market is primarily driven by the following factors:
Geographically, the global genetic testing’s market has been segmented on the basis of four major regions, which include:
- Genetic Testing
- Digital Genome Market
- Global genetic disorder diagnosis market
- Pharmacogenetic testing
- Inherited disorder testing
GENETICS UNIVERSITIES IN USA
Harvard University || Massachusetts Institute of Technology || University of California--San Francisco University of Washington || Johns Hopkins University || Yale University || University of California--San Diego || University of Pennsylvania || Washington University in St. Louis || University of California, Berkeley || Cornell University || University of Albama
GENETICS UNIVERSITIES IN EUROPE
University of Vienna || Vienna University of Technology || Universität Innsbruck || Technische Universität Graz || Johannes Kepler University Linz || KU Leuven || Ghent University|| Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) || Paris Sciences et Lettres Research University (PSL) || Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg || Trinity College Dublin || National University of Ireland || Delft University of Technology || University of Groningen || Technical University of Denmark || Cambridge University University of Amsterdam || Oxford University
GENETICS UNIVERSITIES IN ASIA
University of Tokyo || National University of Singapore || Kyoto University || Peking University || Weizmann Institute of Science || Proteomics Conferences || Osaka University || Seoul National University || Shanghai Jiao Tong University || Fudan University || Zhejiang University || Tel Aviv University || Pohang University of Science and Technology || Indian Institute of Science || Nankai University || Tongji University || King Saud University || Nanjing University || Harbin Institute of Technology | Kyung Hee University || Sichuan University || Xiamen University || Chonnam National University || Jilin University || Central South University || University of Tehran || Aligarh Muslim University || Chinese University Hong Kong || University of Delhi || South China University of Technology || Waseda University || Okayama University || Southeast University || Soochow University || Mahidol University || Hiroshima University || Tianjin Medical University || Kanazawa University || Tehran University of Medical Sciences || Kumamoto University || Kyungpook National University || National Yang-Ming University || China Medical University Taiwan
GENETICS AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY COMPANIES
Gene Works || Fusion Genomics || Ambry Genetics || Illumina || Singlera Genomics || Blueprint Genetics || Helix || Encoded Genomics || Med Genome || Gen Script || Genomics PLC || iGenomX || Cellecta || Bio cytogen || Edi Gene || Neo Genomics || Xcelris Genomics || GenoSpace || GenePeeks || Lineagen || Blue Heron Biotech || Global Genomics Group || Congenica || Congenica || Diffinity Genomics || Sema4 Genomics || Sciomics || Dovetail Genomics || Genapsys || Synbal
JOURNALS OF GENETICS
Advancements in Genetic Engineering || Advances in Molecular Diagnostics || Cell & Developmental Biology || Cell Biology: Research & Therapy || Hybrid Cellular & Molecular Medicine || Cellular and Molecular Biology Cloning & Transgenesis || Epigenetics Research || Fungal Genomics & Biology || Gene Technology Hereditary Genetics : Current Research || Human Genetics & Embryology || Insights in Stem Cells || Journal of Aging Science || Journal of Cell Science & Therapy || Journal of Clinical & Medical Genomics || Journal of Clinical Developmental Biology || Journal of Clinical Epigenetics Journal of Cytology & Histology || Journal of Down Syndrome & Chromosome Abnormalities || Journal of Fertilization: In Vitro - IVF-Worldwide, Reproductive Medicine, Genetics & Stem Cell Biology Journal of Genetic Disorders|| Journal of Genetic Disorders & Genetic Reports || Hybrid Journal of Genetic Syndromes & Gene Therapy || Journal of European Biotechnology Thematic Network Association || Journal of Genetics and DNA Research || Journal of Genetics and Genomes|| Journal of Molecular and Genetic Medicine || Journal of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology || Journal of Molecular Biomarkers & Diagnosis || Journal of Molecular Imaging & Dynamics || Journal of Plant Genetics and Breeding || Journal of Stem Cell Research & Therapy || Journal of Tissue Science & Engineering Molecular Biology
GENETICS SOCIETY IN USA
Genetics Society of America || Clinical Genetics Society || Cancer Genetics society || American Genetic Association || American Society of Human Genetics || Genetic inheritance and evolution Genetic determinism in science and society || Frontiers in epigenetic chemical biology || Maternal Nutrition and Epigenetics - American Society for Nutrition
GENETICS SOCIETY IN EUROPE
European Society of Human Genetics || The Genetics Society || Epigenetics, society, and bio-objects || Cancer Genetics || European Society of Gene and Cell Therapy || Clinical Genetics || Behaviour Genetics Association| International Behavioural and Neural Genetics Society || DNA methylation and epigenetics || Estonian Society of Human Genetics
GENETICS SOCIETY IN ASIA
Medical genetics || Asia Pacific Society of Human Genetics || Human Genetics Society of Australasia Epigenetics in Society - Scholarship at U Windsor || Cancer Genetics Society || UICC || Trends in Recent Research of Epigenetics || Professionals Society of Genetic Counsellors in Asia
GENETICS CONFERENCES IN USA
International Genetics and Genomics Conferences, San Francisco, USA, June 7 - 8, 2020 || International Genetics and Genomics Conferences, San Francisco, USA, November 5 - 6, 2020 || International Genetics and Genomics Conferences, San Francisco, USA, June 6 - 7, 2020 || International Experimental Genetics and Applications Conferences, New York, USA, January 30 - 31, 2020 || International Genetics of Mood Disorders Conferences , New York, USA, June 4 - 5, 2020 || International Computational Evolutionary Genetics Conferences, San Francisco, USA, November 5 - 6, 2020 || International Human and Statistical Genetics Conferences, Los Angeles, USA, October 30 - 31, 2020 || International Molecular Pathology and Genetics Conferences, New York, USA, August 8 - 9, 2020 || International Computational Evolutionary Genetics Conferences, San Francisco, USA, November 26 - 27, 2019
GENETICS CONFERENCES IN EUROPE
International Cell and Gene Therapy Conferences, Vienna Austria, October 15-17, 2019|| International Fungal Genetics Conferences, Venice, Italy, June 21 - 22, 2020 || International Speciation and Genetics Conferences Paris, France, November 20 - 21, 2020 || International Experimental Genetics and Biology Conferences Paris, France July 18 - 19, 2020 || International Advances in Experimental Genetics Conferences Paris, France July 18 - 19, 2020 || International Evolutionary and Quantitative Genetics Conferences, Paris, France July 18 - 19, 2020 || International Speciation and Genetics Conferences Paris, France, November 8 - 9, 2019|| International Genetics and Molecular Biology Conferences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 14 - 15, 2020
GENETICS CONFERENCES IN ASIA
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Genetic Analysis is the study of genes or gene mutations done by conducting various laboratory experiments on the fundamental code of life i.e. DNA or RNA. These tests are usually performed to test either the possibility of the occurrence of a disease or simply to understand the errors in the metabolic system programming. However, the most prevalent and well known of these are forensic tests done to confirm a person/suspect’s identity or to confirm genetic relation between multiple persons, the former being state judiciary’s responsibility (criminal cases) and the latter done majorly for private reasons (paternity tests, etc). Beside these popular tests, genetic analysis is used for a number of scientific and academic research purposes. Genetic analysis has come a long way since GJ Mendel and Watson-Crick introduced the fundamentals of genetics, today it is the most diverse analytic study making it an eternal part of various diagnostic studies.
Genetic Testing Market size was valued at USD 10.6 billion in 2017 and is expected to witness more than 11.6% CAGR from 2018 to 2024.
U.S. Genetic Testing Market, By Test Type, 2013 – 2024
Increasing demand from patients for personalized medicines will fuel the demand for genetic testing during the forthcoming years. Personalized medicine offers tailored medical treatment to patients based on their molecular basis. Various developed economies such as Europe undergo genetic testing for detection of various genetic and rare diseases. Detection of diseases at an early stage facilitates early treatment and helps reduce severity of diseases. Growing adoption of personalized medicines coupled with increasing awareness regarding early diagnosis of disease will boost the industry growth over the forecast period.
Technological advancement in genetic testing is expected to drive the genetic testing market during the coming years. The demand for genetic testing is increasing across the globe owing to the availability of new tests as well as advancement in the genetic testing techniques. Innovations in tests that offer safer and efficient techniques of disease detection, surpassing the risk of miscarriage during early stages of pregnancy will serve to be a high impact rendering factor that will drive the genetic testing market growth during the forthcoming years.
Dearth of experienced professionals and advanced infrastructure in developing as well as under developed economies is should hamper the market growth over the forecast period. Accessibility to quality healthcare in low resource areas is difficult to maintain owing to lack of infrastructure. Moreover, risk of false interpretations associated with unavailability of experienced professionals will restrain industry growth noticeably.
Genetic Testing Market, By Test Type
Diagnostic testing segment accounted for the highest market share with a revenue share of USD 5690.6 million and is expected to grow at a significant rate over the forecast timeframe owing to its wide applications in various diseases. Detection of diseases at early stage allows patients to undergo therapeutic treatment at an early stage and minimizes the severity of diseases leading to reduced mortality rate. Increasing prevalence of chronic diseases worldwide will augment the segment growth over the forecast period.
Prenatal and new born testing segment is estimated to witness lucrative growth with a CAGR of 11.6% during the forecast period.Increasing prevalence of chromosomal abnormalities and genetic disorders in the new borns worldwide is one of the leading cause of infant morbidity and mortality. According to Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), around 3% of all babies born in the U.S. are affected by birth defects leading to infant death. Aforementioned factors will fuel the demand for prenatal and new-born genetic testing during are the coming years.
Genetic Testing Market, By Application
Cardiovascular disease diagnosis segment of genetic testing market will grow at the fastest CAGR of nearly12.8% owing to rising prevalence of cardiac diseases across the globe. Genetic testing allows testing for a wide range of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) encompassing congenital heart malformations. Timely diagnosis of heart disorders helps save lives and reduce the number of CVD deaths. Healthcare system’s efforts towards reducing CVD incidences should fuel business growth over the forecast period.
Cancer diagnosis segment dominated the genetic testing market with a revenue of USD 5562.8 million in 2017. According to, The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), around 8.9 million cancer deaths were recorded in 2016, of which around 5%-10% were caused by inheriting genetic mutation. Rising prevalence of various types of cancer such as prostate cancer, breast cancer and lung cancer coupled with increasing awareness pertaining to early detection of cancer will stimulate the market growth throughout the forecastperiod.
Genetic Testing Market, By Region
North America dominated the genetic testing market with a revenue of USD 6382.1 million in 2017 and is projected to grow at a significant rate over the forecast period. This is attributable to increasing incidences genetic diseases such as cancer, Turner syndrome, neurofibromatosis, and spinal muscular atrophy. Availability of new tests owing to technological advancements will fuel the demand for genetic testing. Advanced infrastructure coupled with high healthcare expenditure and regulatory support for direct-to-consumer genetic testing will further augment the market growth in the coming years.
Latin America Genetic Testing Market is projected to grow at a robust CAGR of around 13.3% during the forecast period owing to increasing prevalence of various types of cancer such as prostate cancer, breast cancer and lung cancer. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in Latin America. According to the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), around 4,08,200 women were diagnosed with breast cancer and the number is estimated to grow by 46% by 2030. Hence, adoption of genetic testing for early detection and prevention of cancer and other genetic diseases will accelerate the regional growth over the forecastperiod.
Competitive Market Share
Some of the eminent industry players operating in global genetic testing market are 23andMe, Abbott Molecular, Bayer Diagnostics, Biocartis, BioHelix, BioMerieux, BGI, Celera Genomics, Cepheid, Counsyl, deCODEme, Genentech, Genomictree, Genomic Health, HTG Molecular Diagnostics, IntegraGen, LabCorp Diagnostics, Luminex, MolecularMD, Myriad, Natera, PacBio, Pathway Genomics, Qiagen, Roche Diagnostics, Sequenom and Siemens. Industry players are focusing on strategic expansion through acquisitions, mergers and collaborations help the players to strengthen and enhance the product portfolio. For instance, in December 2017, Roche acquired Ariosa Diagnostics, a molecular diagnostic testing services provider, to enter the non-invasive prenatal test (NIPT) and cell-free DNA testing services market.
Genetic Testing Industry Background
Rising prevalence of diseases such as cancer, cystic fibrosis, Alzheimer’s and other genetic diseases will drive global genetic testing industry. Increasing adoption of genetic testing for early detection of diseases and identification of genetic mutation prior to its manifestation will further augment industry growth over the forecast period. The industry is expected to witness rapid growth in the future owing to rising physician adoption of genetic testing into clinical care. Availability of regulatory support for direct to consumer (DTC) testing and ongoing advancements in technology enable industry players to maintain their market position.
Growing Demand for Personalized Medicine
Personalized medicine, where tailored therapy is made available to patients with an understanding of the molecular basis of diseases, has become popular over the recent years. Genetic testing and genome sequencing are two of the most important tools that are used to understand the molecular basis of a disease. European countries are screened for several genetic diseases, as an early detection of these diseases can prevent the onset of symptoms, or minimize the severity of the disease. Genetic testing for cancer diagnosis can indicate the predisposition of the disease in the gene, before its actual manifestation. This type of diagnostic technique enables a person to take precautionary steps, and avoid possible risks in the future.
Social and Ethical Implications of Genetic Testing
Insurance is an important asset to people. The fear of discrimination by insurance companies discourages people from undertaking genetic tests, which is a restraining factor for the market growth. The expensive nature of genetic tests affects the market, adversely. At times, the payments made by individuals are not reimbursed through insurance, thus, affecting the pockets of these patients. The high-import duty by the government on genetic tests kits also acts as a barrier to the market growth.
North America to Dominate the Market
The genetic testing market is segmented by treatment type, diseases, technology, and geography. By geography, the market has been segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, the Middle East & Africa, and South America.
Owing to the presence of well-established healthcare facilities and new discoveries in the field of genetic markers, North America dominates the genetic testing market. The Asia-Pacific market is expected to register the highest CAGR, as government and private firms are making significant investments in the healthcare industry. Over the last couple of years, to invest in the Japanese market, several mergers, acquisitions, and collaborations between companies have taken place.
Key Developments in the Market
September 2017: Myriad Launched riskScore to enhance the hereditary cancer test myRisk. riskScore determines the risk of women to get breast cancer by analyzing their genome.
July 2017: Admera Health Partners collaborates with Helix to Launch Genetic Tests to Assess the Risk of Inherited High Cholesterol, Sudden Cardiac Death, and Inherited Diabetes
Major Players: Illumina, Inc, Abbott Molecular Inc, 23 And Me, Roche Diagnostics, Qagen, Blueprint Genetics, BJI Tech, Eurofins Scientific, Centogene AG, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Elitech Group, amongst others.
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