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Scientific Sessions Of Annual conference on Biochemistry November 21 – 22, 2019 | Rome, Italy


Scientific Sessions Molecular Biology Molecular biology is directly related to Biochemistry. Molecular biology deals with biological phenomena at molecular level to study Genes, DNA and RNA. It also includes various process of replication, transcription, translation and cell function. The techniques involved in molecular biology are Molecular Cloning, Polymerase chain reaction, Blotting and Probing of macromolecule, Microarrays etc.


Nuclei Acids Nucleic acids are the small biomolecules, vital to all known forms of life. These are the main information-carrying molecules of the cell by protein synthesis process. The three main classes of nucleic acids are DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid), RNA (Ribonucleic acid) and Artificial Nucleic Acids. DNA is blueprint of life in living organisms and most viruses. RNA is genetic material of few viruses and also originates in all living cells where it plays significant role in making of proteins. Artificial Nucleic Acids are designed by chemists, which includes peptide, glycol, and locked nucleic acids. Each of these is extracted from naturally occurring DNA or RNA.


Genetics Genetics is part of biology which study genes, genetic variation in organisms. A gene is made of DNA and it is a type of genetic instruction, these are used to make molecules and scheming the chemical reaction of life. Genes exist in chromosomes, these chromosomes are composed of protein and DNA. The key components in genetics are DNA, RNA, Chromosomes, Genome, Heredity, Mutation, Nucleotide, Variation etc. The major topics and research involved in genetics are Molecular Evolution, Population Genetics, Quantitative Genetics, Molecular Genetics, DNA sequencing, Genetic Engineering, Genomics, Medical genetics.


Metabolism Metabolism is a process where chemical reactions involved in maintaining the living state of cells and organism. Metabolism is also closely related to nutrition and availability of nutrients. Metabolism is divided into two categories (Catabolism & Anabolism).


Proteins Proteins are macro molecules formed by amino acids. Proteins are also involved in every aspects of cellular life. Proteins are made up of thousands of smaller units called amino acids which are attached to each other in long chains. A protein contains at least one long polypeptide. Once protein is formed it only exists for certain period of time and then degraded and recycled by cell machinery by the process of protein turnover. After formation protein functions include Antibody, Enzyme, Messenger, Structural Component, and Transport Storage.

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We cordially welcome you to attend the “Biochemistry Conference 2019” which will provide a unique forum for knowledge in the field of bioche...

Biotechnology Conference  

We cordially welcome you to attend the “Biochemistry Conference 2019” which will provide a unique forum for knowledge in the field of bioche...

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