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25th Global Summit on Analytical and Bioanalytical Techniques, will be organized around the theme “Bioanalytical Methods in Pharmaceutical Research and Development”
ANALYTICA ACTA 2024 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in ANALYTICA ACTA 2024
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Analytical chemistry is the science of obtaining, processing and communicating information about the composition and structure of matter. Analytical chemistry studies and uses instruments and methods to separate, identify, and quantify substances. Separation separates the analytes. Conventional techniques are divided into two strategies of qualitative and quantitative assay strategies. By observing the preparation reaction and its components, the individuality of the specimen can be inferred. Additional reagents are selected to specifically react with one or a single class of mixtures of substances to form a particular reactive element.
Quantitative Testing - Traditional quantitative testing can be divided into gravimetric and volumetric testing. Two strategies use extensive reaction reactions between the analyte and the reagents involved.
- Track 1-1Applied Analytical Chemistry
- Track 1-2Environmental Analytical Chemistry
- Track 1-3Process Analytical Chemistry
- Track 1-4Instrumental Methods
Advances in bioanalytical techniques have created a dynamic order in which the future holds many exciting opportunities to support progress. to get a good fraction. Existing objectives are to study the introduction of toxic energy into pharmacokinetics, bioequivalence, and similar pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics. Various bioanalytical framework conditions are performed in biological investigations. This review generally includes hyphenated bioscience strategies and tools in evaluating drug biostudies.
- Track 2-1Hyphenation Techniques
- Track 2-2Chromatography Strategies
- Track 2-3Biodiagnostic Procedures for Ligands
Made of materials that are essential for progress. for what is to come. Experts in biodegradable plastics, solar cells, light-emitting diodes, control device terminals, arresting devices, and practical tailoring, our field gurus explore the scaffolding, layers, and potentially associated hydrogen storage in finished devices. Explore new common inorganic and polymeric materials with diverse applications.
- Track 3-1Dynamic Mechanical Investigation
- Track 3-2Inverse Electron Echo Spectroscopy
- Track 3-3Fluorescence
- Track 3-4Differential Filter Calorimetry
- Track 3-5Materials Design Chemistry
Chromatography is a laboratory method for separating mixtures. The mixture is dissolved in a liquid called a moving stage and helps it pass through a structure containing another material called a fixed stage. Different components of the mixture move at different speeds, thus separating them. Separation relies on differential refinement between generic and fixed stages. The modest contrast of compound plot coefficients leads to differential maintenance in the stationary phase and in this sense affects the separation. Chromatography is either preparative or analytical. The reason for preparative chromatography is to split a part of the combination for later use, and then it's far a sort of filtration. Exposure chromatography is routinely performed on small amounts of substances and is used to establish the proximity of analytes in a mixture or to estimate general abundance. The two are not completely independent of each other.
- Track 4-1Gas Chromatography
- Track 4-2Thin Layer Chromatography
- Track 4-3Paper Chromatography
- Track 4-4Liquid Chromatography
- Track 4-5Advances in Chromatography and HPLC Technology
Electrophoresis describes the displacement of charged debris beneath neath the impact of an electric-powered field. The rate of atom generation depends on the nature of the electric field, the magnitude of the net charge, the state of the particles, and the ionic quality, consistency, and temperature of the medium in which the molecules travel. As a symptomatic device, electrophoresis is immediate, rapid, and highly fragile. It is effective for thinking about the characteristics of a single electrified creature type and using it as a pack frame.
Type of electrophoresis:
- Track 5-1Routine electrophoresis
- Track 5-2High-Resolution Electrophoresis
- Track 5-3High-Resolution Electrophoresis
- Track 5-4Capillary Electrophoresis.
- Track 5-5Affinity electrophoresis
- Track 5-6Isoelectric focusing
- Track 5-7Immunochemical electrophoresis
- Track 5-8Two-dimensional electrophoresis
Spectroscopy studies the relationship between radiation and electromagnetic radiation. In general, spectroscopy began with the study of the apparent light scattered by a crystal through its wavelengths. This idea has since been greatly expanded to include the relationship with radioactive activity as a component of its wavelength or recurrence. Spectroscopic data are regularly told as the discharge region, which is a diagram of the reaction of enthusiasm as a factor of wavelength or repetition. Spectroscopy and spectrograph are terms used to allude to the estimation of radiant power as a component of wavelength and are regularly used to describe exploratory spectroscopy strategies. Terrible estimating devices are called spectrometers, spectrophotometers, spectroscopes, or otherworldly analyzers. There are many subfields of spectroscopy regarding the nature of radiative energy, the nature of interactions between energy and matter, and the nature of matter.
- Electromagnetic Radiation
- De Broglie Waves
- Elastic Scaltering and Reflection Spectroscopy
- Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy & Atomic Emission Spectroscopy
- X-ray Spectroscopy and Fluorescence X-ray Spectroscopy
- Track 6-1Acoustic Spectroscopy
- Track 6-2Dynamic Mechanical Analysis
- Track 6-3Absorption Spectroscopy
- Track 6-4Emission Spectroscopy
- Track 6-5Impedance spectroscopy
- Track 6-6Inelastic Scaltering Phenomena
- Track 6-7Crompton Scattering
- Track 6-8Coherent or Resonance Spectroscopy
- Track 6-9Flame Emission Spectroscopy
Mass spectrometry is a scientific strategy that can ionize particles into particles and move and control them via external electric and gravitational fields. Examples are commonly presented by heated group bays, heated direct containment tests, or gas chromatographs. Ionization mass spectrometry (ESI-MS) has become an inexorably important technique in clinical research centers for basic research or quantification of metabolites in complex organic samples.
This method basically deals with the effect of vitality ionization on particles. It relies on material reactions in the gas phase, consuming test particles in the evolution of ionic and neutral species.
Mass Spectrometry Applications:-
- Imaging Mass Spectrometry
- Data Analysis
- Flame Ionization (FID)
- Electron Capture (ECD)
Environmental Analytical Chemistry focuses on specializing in advanced modern analytical methods to address a variety of issues in the environmental and pharmaceutical industries. This journal covers, for example, analytical instrument techniques for remote estimation, securing atmospheric trace constituents in anthropogenic and characteristic roots, localization and characterization of natural and inorganic toxins in air and water, soil measurements, and environmental studies. covers zones such as essential metals and radionuclide verification. Diverse methods of chemometrics in ecological research. Cases of problems addressed by climate science integrate destructive rains, ozone depletion, photochemical smoke plumes, greenhouse gases, and global warming. Environmental chemistry includes several points such as astrophysics, environmental sciences, ecological demonstrations, geochemistry, ocean chemistry, and pollution remediation.
- Track 8-1Astrophysics
- Track 8-2Environmental Sciences
- Track 8-3Ecological Demonstrations
- Track 8-4Geochemistry
- Track 8-5Ocean Chemistry
- Track 8-6Pollution Remediation
Separation processes are unit activities required in most modern pharmaceutical technologies, substances, and various processing plants. Forms of separation include standard and common methods such as purification, retention, and adsorption. These procedures are very normal and important progress is made and checked around them. On the other hand, new separation processes such as membrane-based processes, supercritical fluid extraction, and chromatographic separation are gaining importance in today's systems as new forms of separation.
- Hyphenated Separation Methods
- Chromatography as Separation Method
- Spectroscopy as Separation Method
Pharmaceutical analysis is a strategy or set of methods for identifying or possibly recognizing, substances or recipes that are part of pharmaceutical schedules or mixtures. Pharmacy participates in a wide range of consistent research focused on clinical research, drug disclosure, drug composition, drug delivery, drug activity, drug research, pharmaceutical company funding issues, and administrative issues. Pharmacy is further divided into several academic disciplines such as Pharmacology, Pharmacodynamics, Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacotoxicology, Pharmacogenomics, Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Pharmacy.
- Description and New Methods to Address Bioanalytical Strategies
- Bioanalytical Systems
- Chromatography and Systems
- Spectroscopic Systems
- Nuclear Gravity Reverberations
- Mass Spectrometry
- Regulatory Issues and Biosafety Challenges in Bioanalytical
Analytical devices are used in various fields due to their interdisciplinary compatibility with sample analysis. Analyzers are used in the field as well as in laboratory environments. They include areas such as analytical chemistry, clinical analysis, environmental testing, food and beverage analysis, forensic analysis, life science research (metabolomics, genomics, proteomics, etc.), material characterization and research, petrochemical testing, pharmaceutical analysis, etc. will be Analytical instruments including those used in spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, electrochemical analysis, thermal analysis, separation analysis, microscopy, and various hybrid techniques such as GC-MS and HPLC-MS. Examples of analytical instruments include mass spectrometers, chromatographs (such as GC and HPLC), tilt rotors, spectrometers (AAS, X-ray, fluorescence, etc.), particle size analyzers, rheometers, elemental analyzers (such as salt analyzers). , CHN analyzers, etc.). ) and a thermal analyzer.
Liquid chromatography-mass spectroscopy has the potential to be an important analytical technique that fuses the physical partitioning power of liquid motion with the mass spectrometry probing power of spectroscopy. LC-MS systems are used for rapid, mass-controlled filtration of unique constituents and new atomic substances of interest to nutritional, pharmaceutical, pesticide, and other industries. LC-MS is sometimes used in drug development, taking into account different stages such as detectable environmental exposures, quantitative bioanalyses, and controls. The FDA has facilitated current quality testing of conventional solutions in ongoing prescription patients' medication. Traditional Chinese Medicine is a healing framework that integrates current medicines created in China over 2,200 years ago. One of its tuning gauges is to disperse malice and enhance great people. Rather than focusing on treating disease, traditional Chinese medicine focuses on strengthening the body's defenses and improving its ability to utilize herbs to provide health.
In general, biopolymers have received a great deal of attention due to their diverse applications that can address increasing environmental concerns and vitality requirements. The improvement of various biomaterials has also made remarkable progress in the field of repair, and many biopolymers are used in the production of biomaterials. Combining biopolymers and biomaterials presents extraordinary possibilities for new materials, applications, and jobs.
Various studies on biopolymers and biomaterials are presented, along with their results, explanations, and conclusions drawn from the studies. This includes biopolymer combinations, their representations, and potential applications.
This track from Analytica explores clinical chemistry. It is a dedicated form of biochemistry (not to be confused with medicinal chemistry, which includes primary research for drug development). This track covers clinical chemistry, clinical endocrinology, clinical toxicology, therapeutic drug monitoring, and blood, and urine It represents the technique of analysis.
Clinical Devices Market Size to be $1,069.7 Billion by 2021 | CAGR: 6.7D
44It is projected to reach US$169.7 million at CAGR.
- Track 14-1Clinical Chemistry
This session will use diagnostic assays and test kits. An immunochromatographic assay, also known as a lateral flow test or simply a strip test, is a unit of measurement for immunoassays performed in an easy-to-use strip format. The amount of real-time quantitative PCR is much more accurate and less laborious than current qPCR methods. Relatively small sample volumes required, a reasonable level of sensitivity, ease of large-scale manufacturing, stability at final temperature (shelf life), β- as a diagnostic tool for invasive fungal infections D-Glucans: Validation, Drug Development and Performance in Patients with Acute Myeloid Hematologic Cancers.
This track represents the evaluation of HIV/AIDS diagnostic kits, the validation of commercial real-time PCR kits, and the development and validation of diagnostic tests.
DNA & Test Kits Worth $201.9 Billion | CAGR: 54.8 D
44 The Global Test Kits & DNA Vaccines Market Was Valued At $243.7 Million In 2013, $305.3 Million In 2014, 2022 It is projected to grow to $2.7 billion in 2018. This corresponds to the compound annual growth rate (CAGR). 54.8%. Five years from 2014 to 2022.
- Track 15-1Immunochromatographic
New optical sensors and biosensors are devices that use light to detect and measure changes in biological or chemical systems. They are based on the principle of optical spectroscopy and allow sensitive and specific measurements of various parameters such as pH, temperature, and concentrations of biomolecules. Optical sensors and biosensors have many applications in the fields of medicine, environmental monitoring, food safety, and biotechnology. They are commonly used to detect biomarkers of disease, monitor drug interactions, and detect contaminants in food and water. These sensors and biosensors are constantly evolving with the development of new technologies such as plasmonics, nanomaterials, and microfluidics to improve sensitivity, specificity, and miniaturization.
- Track 16-1Optical Sensors
This track describes thermal analysis techniques. Thermal analysis techniques are used in many fields, from pharmacy to polymer science to materials and glass. Most facilities may add a basic report on the material properties of the system under test, so thermal analysis is a useful tool for basic material properties and for industrial and industrial research, development, and quality control We see an increase in their use in both a wide range of applications. Science.
This track represents thermal runaway, thermogravimetric analyzer, calorimetry, and specific heat meter.
Thermal analysis market size CAGR 59.9 billion: 8.2D
- Track 17-1Thermal Analysis
Innovation in food analysis and testing refers to the development of new and advanced methods and techniques for detecting and analyzing food contamination, quality parameters, and food ingredients. These methods include spectroscopy, chromatography, mass spectrometry, and DNA-based techniques. Innovations in food analysis and testing are essential to ensuring food safety, quality, and authenticity. It also enables the detection of food fraud and the identification of new food sources and ingredients. In recent years, there has been a growing demand for rapid and non-destructive methods of food analysis, leading to the development of small, portable devices that can be used in the field and in the field.
- Track 18-1Food Analysis
Biosafety regulatory issues and challenges in bioanalysis relate to the ethical, legal, and safety considerations that arise when conducting bioanalytical research and testing. This includes complying with regulations and guidelines set by government agencies such as the FDA and EPA and ensuring the safe handling, storage, and disposal of biological samples and hazardous chemicals. Biosecurity challenges include risks associated with biological agents such as pathogens, toxins, and genetically modified organisms and risks associated with laboratory equipment and procedures. Addressing regulatory issues and biosecurity challenges ensures the integrity and reliability of bioanalytical data, protects the health and safety of laboratory staff, and minimizes potential environmental impact.
- Track 19-1Bioanalysis
Method development and validation refers to the process of developing and testing new analytical methods to detect and quantify substances in samples. This includes selecting an appropriate analytical technique, optimizing conditions, and confirming method accuracy, precision, sensitivity, specificity, and robustness. Validation ensures that the method is reliable, reproducible, and suitable for its intended purpose. Method development and validation are essential to ensure the accuracy and reliability of analytical data and are commonly used in fields such as pharmacy, environmental science, and food safety. To maintain the highest standards of accuracy and precision, it is important to regularly evaluate and update our analytical methodologies as new technology and insights become available.
The hyphenation strategy alludes to a hybrid of at least two methods for isolating and detecting synthetics from their arrangement. The other method is often some form of chromatography. The hyphen method is commonly used in science and organic chemistry. Slices are sometimes used instead of hyphens. Especially if the name of one of the techniques itself contains a hyphen. Examples of hyphenated methods:
- Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS)
- Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS)
- Liquid Chromatography-Infrared Spectroscopy (LC-IR)
- Chromatography Diode Cluster Detection (LC-DAD)
- Capillary Electrophoresis Mass Spectrometry (CE-MS)
- Capillary Electrophoresis Bright Apparent Spectroscopy (CE-UV)
- Ion Transport Analysis – Mass Analysis
Proteomics is the large-scale study of proteins in biological systems. This involves identifying, characterizing, and quantifying all proteins within a given sample and analyzing their functions, interactions, and modifications. Proteomics has many applications in biomedical research, including the discovery of new biomarkers for disease diagnosis and prognosis, the development of new drugs and therapeutics, and the identification of molecular targets for drug development. It is also used in fields such as agriculture, environmental science, and biotechnology to understand protein expression and function in various systems.
- Mass Spectrometry Proteomics
- Integrating Transcriptomics and Proteomics
- Protein Interactions in Biology
- Proteomics in Biomedical Applications
- Proteomics in Plant and Animal
Chromatography is a method used in laboratories to separate mixtures of components. A solution called the mobile phase dissolves the mixture and transports it through the structure containing the stationary phase. The combination is split because different components move at different speeds in different media.
- Disease prevention
- Food containment
- Plant secondary metabolites
- Nutritional deficiencie
- Track 23-1Disease prevention
- Track 23-2Food containment
- Track 23-3Plant secondary metabolites
- Track 23-4Nutritional deficiencie
Microscopy is the scientific technique of using a microscope to magnify and visualize objects or materials too small to see with the naked eye. This allows researchers to study in detail the structure, composition, and behavior of various materials such as biological samples, minerals, and electronic components. There are various types of microscopes, such as optical microscopes, electron microscopes, and scanning probe microscopes, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Microscopes are essential tools in many fields such as biology, materials science, nanotechnology, and medicine.