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Advanced Bio-analytical Techniques consider to all Bioanalytical techniques in chemistry, biochemistry, biology, pharmaceutical and clinical sciences, environmental, biochemistry scientific and materials sciences. Bioanalytical Chemistry also be a sub-division of Analytical Chemistry that covers the measuring of drugs , Proteins and de oxy RNA in unnatural samples or concentrations. Bioanalytical Techniques and validation are utilized within the measuring and analysis of giant molecule medicine.
- Track 1-1Biosensor
- Track 1-2Electrophoresis
- Track 1-3LC–MS (liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry)
- Track 1-4Hyphenated techniques
- Track 1-5Ligand binding assays
- Track 1-6Nuclear magnetic resonan
Biopolymers are attracting immense attention lately due to their diverse applications which will address growing environmental concerns and energy demands. The development of varied biomaterials creates significant advancements within the medical field also, and lots of biopolymers are used for the fabrication of biomaterials. Together, biopolymers and biomaterials create great potential for brand spanking new materials, applications, and uses. Biopolymer and Biomaterials, covers the science and utilization of bio-polymers and bio-materials. It shows an assortment of various examinations on bio-polymers and bio-materials, accessible their results, clarification, and therefore the ends met up at through examinations. It combined bio-polymer blend, their descriptions, and their potential applications.
- Track 2-1Starch based bio-polymers
- Track 2-2Sugar based bio-polymers
- Track 2-3Cellulose ased bio-polymers
- Track 2-4Synthetic based bio-polymers
The technique of analytical chemistry is used for examining materials by separating them into their components and identifying every single component and how much there is of each one. Using mass spectrometry to measure charged particles to determine the mass of a substance is an example for analytical-chemistry.
- Track 3-1Drug formulation and development
- Track 3-2Chemical or forensic analysis
- Track 3-3Process development
- Track 3-4Quality control
Chromatography is a famous technique utilized in laboratories across the globe. Scientists are employing chromatography as an analysis tool for pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, industrial, forensics, and many other industries. As the technology driving the growth and implementation of chromatography constantly improves, the basic principle remains the same with the overall effectiveness of chromatography largely depending on the scientist choosing the right technique and phases to use within that technique. With the wide variety of chromatographic techniques available, scientists have plenty choices available to help them achieve the chemical separation they need
- Track 4-1Gas Chromatography
- Track 4-2Thin-Layer Chromatography
- Track 4-3Paper Chromatography
- Track 4-4Liquid Chromatography
- Track 4-5Advances in Chromatography & HPLC Techniques
Spectroscopy is the describing the interaction of electromagnetic radiation and matter. What is electromagnetic radiation? It is any sort of energy that's propagated as waves, and includes what we commonly call "visible light". Electromagnetic radiation is characterized by the wave assets of frequency (ν), wavelength (λ), and velocity (c). All electromagnetic wave travels during a vacuum at a continuing velocity: c = 3.00 x 108 m/s, the speed of sunlight.
- Track 5-1Electromagnetic Radiation
- Track 5-2De Broglie Waves
- Track 5-3Acoustic Spectroscopy
- Track 5-4Dynamic Mechanical Analysis
- Track 5-5Absorption Spectroscopy
- Track 5-6Emission Spectroscopy
The significance of mass spectrometry (MS) to future of food research is now well established. In last few decades the role of mass spectrometry and related techniques is increasingly developed as an enabling tool in food analysis for quality control. LC-MS coupling have led to the development in new interfaces and extending the possibilities and automation of various procedures. Undoubtedly advances in ionization techniques having a broad range of applicability and high sensitivity for the analysis of high polar and high molecular mass compounds of food concern have been the key of this development in last few years
- Track 6-1Allergens and Pesticide testing by as spectrometry
- Track 6-2Use of Mass spectrometry in product safety department
- Track 6-3Quality check in food industries
(NMR)Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectrometry is an analytical technique applied in quality regulation and research for analysing the content and purity of a sample along with its molecular structure. For example, NMR can quantitatively analyse compounds containing well-known compounds. For unidentified compounds, NMR can either be used to match against spectral libraries or to infer the basic structure directly. Once the elementary structure is known, nuclear magnetic resonance can be used to analyse molecular conformation in solution along with studying physical properties at the molecular level such as conformational exchange, phase changes, solubility, and diffusion. In order to achieve the desired results, different types of NMR techniques are available.
- Track 7-1Detecting the Signal: Fourier Transform
- Track 7-2Shielding and De-shielding of Protons
- Track 7-3Chemical Shift Equivalent and Non-equivalent Protons
- Track 7-4Signal Splitting: Spin-Spin Coupling
- Track 7-5Two- Dimensional (2D) NMR Techniques
- Track 7-6Proton NMR Spectroscopy
- Track 7-7Carbon NMR Spectroscopy
Mass spectrometry is a scientific strategy that ionizes particles to particles and they can be moved about and controlled by outside electric and attractive fields. The examples are basically passed through a warmed group bay, warmed direct inclusion test, or a gas chromatograph. Ionization Mass Spectrometry (ESI-MS) which has turned into an inexorably critical procedure in the clinical research Centre for basic examination or quantitative estimation of metabolites in a complex organic example.This method fundamentally thinks about the impact of ionizing vitality on particles. It relies on substance responses in the gas stage in which test particles are expended amid the development of ionic and nonpartisan species.
- Track 8-1Mass spectrometry imaging
- Track 8-2Data analysis
- Track 8-3Electron capture (ECD)
Electrophoresis is a basic term that describes the migration and separation of charged elements (ions) under the influence of an electric field. On electrophoretic system contains two electrodes of opposite charge (anode, cathode), attached by a conducting medium called an electrolyte. The separation effecting on the ionic particles results from variances in their velocity (v), which is the product of the particle's mobility (m) and the field strength (E)
- Track 9-1routine electrophoresis.
- Track 9-2high determination electrophoresis
- Track 9-3Polyacrylamidegel electrohoresis
- Track 9-4capillary electrophoresis
- Track 9-5affinity electrophoresis
- Track 9-6isoelectric focusing.
- Track 9-7immunochemical electrophoresis
- Track 9-8two-dimensional electrophoresis
- Track 9-9Pulsed field electrophoresis
An assay is an investigative (analytic) procedure in laboratory medicine, pharmacology, environmental biology and biology Assays applied to individuals have many uses, such as aiding and documenting pathogenicity of disease in a person, avoiding spread of disease through any means, contributing to eradication of an infection from a person to person, approving diagnosis of clinical cases, assessing infection frequency to aid risk analysis, detecting infected animals toward implementation of control actions, and categorizing animals for herd health or immune status post-vaccination. A solo assay may be validated for one or more anticipated purposes by enhancing its performance characteristics for each purpose, example. Setting diagnostic sensitivity high, with associated lower diagnostic specificity for a screening assay, or conversely, setting high with associated lower Dose for confirmatory assay.
The maintenance of a anticipated level of quality in package or product. Bio analytical Chemistry is a division of Analytical Chemistry that involves in measuring quality of medicine, Ion sensors, Proteins and DNA Sequences in inorganic samples or compounds. Accurate analysis of the drug samples is very important for several scientific endeavours which cannot delay the outcome. Therefore the Bio analytical Techniques are in the mainly focused to obtain the correct results of the drug sample to resource an ideal result.
Environmental Analytical Chemistry focus on specialization in advanced analytical methodology to confront different difficulties in environmental and pharmaceutical industry. for example, analytical instrumentation techniques for remote assessments, assurance of trace atmospheric constituents of anthropogenic and distinctive root, location and identification of natural and inorganic poisons in air, water, soil analysis and validation of substantial metals and radionuclides in the environment, diverse technique of chemo metrics in ecological analysis. . Cases of issues which have been such as climatic science consolidate destructive rain, ozone consumption, photochemical fumes cloud, greenhouse
This Term of Analytical will be discussing about safety challenges. Liquid analysis is a important analytical technique that combinations of physical separation capabilities act with the mass spectrometry analysis capability of spectrometry analysis. LC-MS system is used for fast and mass directed purification of natural-products molecular entities necessary to food and different industries. LC-MS is usually utilized in drug development research at many various stages, impurity identification, quantitative Bio analysis, and control.
- Track 13-1Overview of LC-MS bio analysis related regulations
The track of congress will be describing about technique, development and validation. Analytical technique development and validation are repeated and inter-dependent task related to research, internal control and quality assurance departments. Design of experiment may be a influential tool for the tactic characterization and validation.
- Track 14-1Standard of technique
- Track 14-2Accuracy & Precision
- Track 14-3Linearity & Range
Analytical chemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with separation, identification and quantification of chemical compounds. Chemical analysis can be qualitative, as in the identification of the chemical components in a sample or quantitative, as in the determination of the amount of a certain component in the sample.
- Track 15-1Applications of Analytical Chemistry
- Track 15-2Environmental Analytical Chemistry