Theme: “DNA and RNA are the basics network of molecular biology”

Nucleic Acid Conf 2021

Nucleic Acid Conf 2021

Conference series LLC Ltd with the support from its organizing committee members feels colossal to announce its most awaited event “2nd International Conference on Nucleic Acids”, scheduled on April 19, 2021 webinar to address recent advancements and transformations in nucleic acids researches and development. Bearing the short name "NUCLEIC ACID CONF 2021", the organizing committee would like to sincerely appreciate the presence of outstanding participants from all over the world with an enthusiastic environment in this webinar consist of keynote sessions, special sessions, poster presentation, exhibition, networking and discussions.

Target Audience:

  • Molecular Biologists
  • Molecular Diagnostic Companies
  • Molecular Pathologists
  • Molecular Geneticists
  • Molecular Oncologists
  • Biotechnologists
  • Bioinformaticians
  • Clinicians
  • Clinical Chemists
  • Pharmacogenetist
  • Genome surgeons
  • Geneticists
  • Immunologists
  • Stem cell Developers & Researchers
  • Students
  • Research Scholars
  • Scientists
  • Pharm and biotech companies
  • Health care industries
  • Business Entrepreneurs


Track 1: A Novel Method for Nucleic Acid Sequence Determination

Novel sequencing methodology which should be readily and completely automated. The method relies on fragmentation of a nucleotide or deoxynucleotide sequence into short fragments, and subsequent quantitation of the fragments by hybridization to olio Deoxynucleotides on a solid support.

Extracts of local sequence information from a DNA fragment using hybridization methods with oligonucleotides and reconstructs the sequence using derived information.  The set of hybridization   probes the derived rates of false positive and false negative hybridization, the most likely DNA fragment have to produce the set of probes, and then estimate its probability that it’s generated the hybridization data. 

  • Fragmentation
  • Sequences
  • Hybridization
  • Reconstructs                                     

Track 2: Molecular Biology

Molecular Biology is the field of biology that studies with the composition, structure and interactions of cellular molecules such as nucleic acids and proteins they carry out the biological processes essential for the cell's functions and maintenance.

  • Wide-ranging coverage of problems related to molecular and cell biology

  • Topics include structural and functional genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, biomedicine, molecular enzymology, molecular virology and molecular immunology, and more

  • Publishes general interest reviews, mini-reviews, experimental and theoretical works and computational analyses in molecular and cell biology

Track 3: Nucleic Acid Enzymes

 Discoveries of natural RNA catalyst was been prompted for the chemical biologists to pursue artificial nucleic acids that have catalytic activities. Those artificial nucleic acid enzymes may compose either Rib nucleotide or DNA. ‘Nucleic acid enzyme’ is used for identify nucleic acids that have catalytic activity. Ribozymes are found in the nature and mediate phosphodiester bond cleavage and formation and peptide bond formation.

  • Catalytic activity
  • Ribozymes
  • Peptide bond

Track 4: Nucleic Acid Bases

The primary nucleic acid bases are adenine, cytosine, guanine, thymine, and uracil for RNA only. The base pair usually involves hydrogen bonding between a purine and a pyrimidine In DNA guanine base pairs with cytosine while adenine base pair with thymine and instead of thiamine uracil is placed in RNA.

  • Deoxyribonucleic acid
  • Ribonucleic acid

Track 5: Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acid

The two ribbons symbolize the two phosphate-sugar chains, and the horizontal rods the pairs of bases holding the chains together firmly. The vertical line marks on the fiber axis. Those two strands of the helix run in the opposite directions, meaning that the 5′ end of one strand is paired up with the 3′ end of its matching strand.

  • X-ray crystallography
  • Triple helix

Track 6: Effect of Nucleic Acid on Protein Synthesis

Protein biosynthesis subject the defects in mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation, and deficiency in the mitochondrial translation. protein synthesis in  mitochondria, mitochondrial encephalomyopathy with lactic acid and stroke-like episodes, protein synthesis directed by the nucleus, ribosome, the structure of transfer RNA (tRNA), initiation of the  amino acid tRNA synthase, elongation and peptidyltransferase ribozyme, termination, inhibitors of protein synthesis, proteins synthesized in the cytoplasm but destined for mitochondria, proteins destined for the nucleus, and the proteins destined for other sites including plasma membrane and secretion from cell.

  • Nucleic acids
  • Genetic material

Track 7: Peptide Nucleic Acid as Therapeutic Agent

 PNA are synthetic analog of DNA with a repeating N-(2-aminoethyl)-glycine peptide backbone connected to purine and pyrimidine nucleobases via a linker. The unique properties of PNA, including resistance to enzymatic digestion, higher bio stability combined with great hybridization affinity toward DNA and RNA, it has attracted great attention toward PNA- based technology as a promising approach for gene alteration. However, an important challenge in utilizing PNA is poor intracellular uptake. Some strategies have been developed to enhance the delivery of PNA in order to reach cognate site.

  • Complementary DNA
  • Hydrogen-bonding

Track 8: Nucleic Acid Recognition

Nucleic acids are polynucleotides that are long chainlike molecules composed of a series of nearly identical building blocks called nucleotides. Each nucleotide consists of a nitrogen-containing aromatic base attached to a pentose (five-carbon) sugar, which is in turn attached to a phosphate group.

  • Polynucleotides
  • Nucleotides

Track 9: Nucleic Acid Probes

Nucleic acid probes are used not only to detect mRNA, but to assess interphase chromosomes in tumor cells. Probe is placed into contact with the sample under conditions that allow the probe sequence to hybridize with its complementary sequence. Probes may consist of either DNA or RNA, and they vary in length from short oligonucleotides to mutagenic chromosomal segments cloned into bacteria.

Nucleic acid probes are based on detection of unique nucleotide sequences within the DNA or RNA of a microorganism these unique nucleotide 'signatures' are surrogates for the presence of organism itself. Bacterial ribosomes are highly conserved and are essential organelles responsible for protein synthesis process.

A hybridization probe is a fragment of DNA or RNA of variable length it can then be used in DNA or RNA samples to detect the presence of nucleotide substance the probe may be synthesized using the phosphoramidite method, or it can be generated and labelled by PCR process amplification or cloning. In order to increase the in vivo stability of the probe RNA are not used. In that case RNA analogues may be used, in a particular morpholino- derivative. Molecular DNA or RNA probes are now routinely used in screening gene libraries, detecting nucleotide sequences with blotting methods, and in other gene technologies, such as nucleic acid and the tissue microarrays method.

  • Phosphoramidite method
  • Tissue microarrays method

Track 10: Artificial Nucleic Acid

Artificial nucleic acids include peptide nucleic acid, Morpholino and locked nucleic acid, as well as glycol nucleic acidthreose nucleic acid and hexitol nucleic acids

  • Nucleobases
  • Xeno nucleic acids

Track 11: Function of Nucleic Acid

Nucleic acids are the main information-carrying molecules of the cell, and, by directing the process of protein synthesis, they determine the inherited characteristics of every living thing.

  • Protein synthesis
  • Information-carrying molecules

Track 12: Types of RNA

There are three types of RNA.Ribonucleic acid is an important biological macromolecule that is present in all biological cells

  • Messenger RNA (mRNA)

  • Transfer RNA (tRNA)

  • Ribosomal RNA (rRNA)

Track 13: Nucleic Acid as a Genetic Material

Nucleic acids are the long linear or circular macromolecules, either DNA or various types of RNA that composed of linked nucleotides. These molecules are able to carry genetic information that directs all cellular functions.

  • Macromolecules
  • Cellular function

Track 14: DNA Damage and Repair

DNA is repaired by the removal of  damaged bases followed by resynthesized of the excised region. Some lesions in DNA can be repaired by direct reversal of the damage, which may be a more efficient way of dealing with specific types of DNA damage that occur frequently.

  • Temperature
  • Homologous recombinant

Track 15: RNA Processing and Protein Synthesis

In RNA processing requires a proper splicing of a primary transcript and modification of the 5′- and 3′-ends to generate a mature mRNA and the focus will be on the interdependence of these RNA-processing events with ongoing transcription

  • Capping at the 5' end

  • Splicing to remove introns.

  • Addition of a polyA tail at the 3' end.

Track 16: Recombinant DNA Technology

Recombinant (rDNA) DNA technology is the joining of DNA molecules from two different species. The recombined DNA molecules are inserted into a host organism to produce new genetic combinations that are of value to science, agriculture, and industry.  A geneticist is to isolate, characterize, and manipulate gene. (rDNA) technology is based upon primarily on two other technologies, cloning and DNA sequencing. Cloning is under taken in order to obtain the clones of one particular gene or DNA sequence of interest. Next step after cloning is to find and isolate that clone among other member of the library (a large collection of clones). The segments of DNA have been cloned, its nucleotide sequence can be determined.

Track 17: Thermodynamics of Nucleic Acids

Temperature can affect the nucleic acid structure of double stranded DNA (dsDNA). Melting temperature is defined as the temperature at which half of the DNA strands are in random coil or single stranded (ssDNA) condition. Tm depends on length of the DNA molecule and its specific nucleotide sequence. And therefore DNA, are in a state where its two strands are dissociated.

  • Melting temperature
  • DNA molecule

Track 18: Infectious Disease

The Diseases are caused by pathogenic organisms such as viruses or fungus. Normally they are harmless but under certain conditions, they can be dangerous and can cause death too. They can spread from one person to another directly or indirectly. Infectious diseases are caused by infection causing organisms they can use the human body for surviving, reproducing and colonizing.

  • Urinary Tract Infections

  • Neurodegenerative Diseases

  • Cryptococci meningitis

  • Bacterial Infectious Diseases

  • Viral Infectious Diseases




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