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6th World Congress on Epigenetics and Chromosome, will be organized around the theme “Exceeding the Vision in the Field of Epigenetics and Molecular Biology”
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Epigenetic and transgenerational epigenetic inheritance research is performed on multiple varieties of mammal, insect, and plant. Pesticides are the reason for having dramatic transgenerational epigenetic effects on several of the animal models that affecting the nervous system, reproductive and endocrine systems, and even causing cancer.
- Track 1-1Animal epigenetics welfare
- Track 1-2Animal models in epigenetics research
- Track 1-3Animal cloning epigenetics
Behavioral epigenetics is meant by study the role of epigenetics in shaping animal and human behavior. It’s an observational science that explores that how the nurture shapes the biological heredity, wherever nurture refers to nearly all things that occur throughout the life-span like social-experience, diet and nutrition, and exposure to toxins. Behavioral epigenetics is giving a structure to grasp regarding how the expression of genes is altered by experiences and surroundings for forming the variations in behavior,cognition, personality, and mental state of everyone.
- Track 2-1Drug addiction
- Track 2-2Psychopathy
- Track 2-3Depressive disorder
- Track 2-4Eating disorder
- Track 2-5Social behavior of animal and human
Cancer epigenetics is considered as the study of actual heritable changes to molecular processes that influence the flow of information between the DNA of cancer cells and their gene expression patterns. This includes a comparison between the tumor cell and normal cell and investigation of nuclear organization, DNA methylation, and Histone modification and also the consequences of genetic mutations in genes encoding epigenetic regulators. DNA methylation patterns undergo complex changes in cancer.
- Track 3-1Histone modification
- Track 3-2MicroRNA gene silencing
- Track 3-3Epigenetics carcinogenic
- Track 3-4Prostate cancer
- Track 3-5Cervical cancer
A chromosome is a DNA molecule within which either part or all of the genetic material is present. The condensation of chromatin is employed to create the chromosome. Chromatin structure depends on many factors.
- Track 4-1Chromatin packaging
- Track 4-2Autosomal Chromosomes
- Track 4-3Sexual Chromosomes
- Track 4-4Chromosomal Segregation
- Track 4-5Homo and Hetro Chromosome
- Track 4-6Centromere and Telomere
Chromosomal speciation is one among the most important modes of the origin of latest species through the splitting of pre-existent species. New species might originate by gene evolution, and conjointly by the establishment of post‐mating reproductive isolation through structural chromosome rearrangements. The latter might induce low‐hybrid fitness, generated by macromutations, and even by micromutations, that is, molecular changes inflicting meiotic disturbances (e.g. GC incompatibilities), though the latter awaits empirical support.
- Track 5-1Chromosomal speciation
- Track 5-2Evolution of Species
- Track 5-3Evolutionary Genomics
A chromosome abnormality, disorder, anomaly, aberration, or mutation could be a missing, extra, or irregular portion of chromosomal DNA. It may be from an atypical variety of chromosomes or a structural abnormality in one or additional chromosomes. Chromosome mutation was formerly utilized in a strict sense to mean a modification in a chromosomal section, involving more than one gene.
- Track 6-1Numerical disorders
- Track 6-2Structural abnormalities
- Track 6-3Mosaicism
- Track 6-4DNA damage during spermatogenesis
Occasionally in genetic studies or in plant breeding, there's advantage in manipulating no single genes however massive arrays of associated genes. Such arrays might include all of the genes in a set of chromosomes, or on one chromosome, or on a section of a chromosome.
- Track 7-1Crop genetic engineering
- Track 7-2Plant artificial chromosomes
- Track 7-3Chromosome mechanics in plant breeding
- Track 7-4Chromosomal abnormalities in plants
Many of the process, mathematical and applied math strategies, ranging from data processing, sequence analysis, molecular interactions, too complicated system-level simulations, are according within the literature. Efforts are channeled into the text mining of epigenetic data, though development during this field remains at an early stage.
- Track 8-1Epigenome data analysis
- Track 8-2Epigenome prediction
- Track 8-3Bioinformatics methods
- Track 8-4Cancer informatics
- Track 8-5Genome browsers
DNA methylation is a method by that methyl groups are added to the DNA molecule. Methylation will modify the activity of a DNA section without ever-changing the sequence. When placed in a gene promoter, DNA methylation usually acts to repress gene transcription. DNA methylation is important for normal development and is related to a variety of key processes including genomic imprinting, X-chromosome inactivation, repression of permutable elements, aging and carcinogenesis.
- Track 9-1DNA methyltransferases
- Track 9-2CpG islands
- Track 9-3DNA methylation age
- Track 9-4DNA methylation marks
- Track 9-5Differentially methylated regions
Epigenetic modifications are the cause for the malady developments, environmental exposure, drug treatment, and aging. Epigenetic changes will be reversible and are doubtless targeted by the pharmacological intervention. Epigenetic changes are the factors of human diseases, including Fragile X syndrome, Angelman’s syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, and numerous cancers. Concerning eightieth of brain disorders are connected with multiple genomic defects in conjunction with environmental factors and epigenetic phenomena.
- Track 10-1Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease
- Track 10-2Mitochondria diseases
- Track 10-3Nondisjunction
- Track 10-4Aneuploidy
- Track 10-5Cardiovascular diseases
- Track 11-1Epigenetic clock
- Track 11-2Epigenetic changes in aging
- Track 11-3Histone modification changes during aging
- Track 11-4DNA methylation changes during aging
- Track 11-5Transgenerational epigenetic changes that affect aging
Epigenetic therapy is supposed to use the medication or epigenome-influencing techniques to treat medical states. Histone deacetylases (HDACs) that modify histones and DNA methyltransferases (DNMTs) that methylate deoxyribonucleic acid are the 2 enzymes that are necessary for epigenetic modifications and key targets for therapy with pharmaceutical drugs. Successful clinical studies disbursed for each the enzymes.Epigenetic therapy has shown a powerful effectiveness against hematological malignancies and solid tumors, gaining FDA approval for connective tissue T-cell cancer, ER-positive metastatic breast cancer, myelodysplastic syndrome, multiple myeloma, and peripheral T-cell cancer. Epigenetic therapy has verified productive for many styles of cancer, together with lung cancer, breast cancer, and lymphoma.
- Track 12-1Fear
- Track 12-2Anxiety
- Track 12-3Trauma
- Track 12-4Cardiac dysfunction
- Track 12-5Pharmacokinetics epigenetics
- Track 12-6Schizophrenia
Epigenetics is meant by the study of hereditary changes in gene function without involving the changes in DNA arrangement. It primarily involves the changes in a chromosome that affects gene activity and functions, and even be used to report any heritable phenotypic change which does not derive from a modification of the genome. Epigenetic change can be influenced by several factors like age, the environment, and disease state.
- Track 13-1DNA damage
- Track 13-2Histone modification
- Track 13-3DNA methylation
- Track 13-4Nucleosome positioning
- Track 13-5Non-coding RNA
- Track 13-6Epimutation
A comprehensive study of the importance of epigenetics to health management is provided by the Medical Epigenetics. Medical epigenetics is that specialize in human systems, epigenetic diseases and coverings supported epigenetics-disorders and diseases. Medical epigenetics can cover all human systems relevant to epigenetic maladies. When the gathering of genomic info and related information like the degree of RNA, proteins and varied metabolites that are crucial factors in medical, the genomic or personalized medicines are given to patients.
- Track 14-1Methylation inhibiting drugs
- Track 14-2Bromodomain and inhibitors
- Track 14-3Histone acetylase (HAT) inhibitors
- Track 14-4Protein methyltransferase inhibitors
- Track 14-5Epigenetics meets endocrinology
- Track 14-6Future Direction of epigenetic drugs
Epigenetics within the nervous system is that the study of the interaction between epigenetic method, that regulates gene expression without dynamic the DNA sequence, and therefore the development, physiology, and functions of the nervous system.
- Track 15-1Genome Architecture and Functions
- Track 15-2Histone modifications in the nervous system
- Track 15-3Neurological disorders
- Track 15-4Brain disorders
- Track 15-5Mania (Bipolar disorder)
The epigenome is meant by the study of epigenetic modifications on the genetic material of a cell. The sector is parallel to genomics and proteomics that is the study of the genome and proteome of a cell. Epigenomic maintenance (continuous process) has a very important role in maintaining the stability of eukaryotic genomes by collaborating with crucial biological mechanisms. Some epigenomic marks like plant flavones can cause cancers.
- Track 16-1Human genome
- Track 16-2Human genomics project
- Track 16-3Plant genomics
- Track 16-4Histone modification assay
- Track 16-5Epigenomics compounds
Epigenetic mechanisms of the pathological process are involved in many Central nervous system diseases, containing neurodevelopmental disorders of cognition where interruption in learning and memory are the first clinical abnormality. Cognition typically refers to the mental processes comprising the gain of information and also the ability to understand the same. There are about eighty-six billion neurons within the human brain that are from sets of huge and little scale synaptic networks. These networks form structures that perform as networks for learning and cognition.
- Track 17-1Cognitive neuroepigenetics
- Track 17-2Epigenetic code
- Track 17-3Role of MAPK signaling in regulating epigenetic changes
- Track 17-4Epigenetic interventions
Nutriepigenomics generally refers to the study of food nutrients and their effects on humans throughout the epigenetic changes. Nutritional imbalance during the early stages of life may also cause non-communicable diseases such as obesity, hypertension, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases. The period of development in which the nutritional imbalance occurs also determines the type of genes which will be affected. In nutriepigenomic studies there exist, certain models, to brief the role of nutrition on phenotype. One of the interesting methods is the catch-up method in which the offspring of the rat is subjected to different types of diets and then cross-fostered with the normal rats.
- Track 18-1Nutriepigenetics and development
- Track 18-2Transgenerational effects
- Track 18-3Catch-up model
- Track 18-4Prenatal, perinatal and adulthood effects
Plants are primarily depending on epigenetic processes for their correct functions. Plant epigenomes are additionally vulnerable to environmental influence than those in animals. Epigenetic mechanisms are needed for correct regulation whereas epi-alleles and epi-mutants, very like they're genetic enhances, describe changes in phenotype related to distinct epigenetic circumstance. The study of epigenetics in plants is scientifically enthusiasm as a result of epigenetics have long-standing importance in agriculture.
- Track 19-1Growth and development
- Track 19-2Plant transgenerational epigenetics
- Track 19-3Genotype and Phenotype
- Track 19-4Epitranscriptomics
As per the present excitement of field of genomics, we are able to simply forget that genes are simply little sections of DNA and part of abundant larger structures referred to as chromosomes.
- Track 20-1Genetic diversity
- Track 20-2Genetic variation
- Track 20-3Genetic drift
- Track 20-4Chromosomal evolution
- Track 20-5Migration and mutation
- Track 21-1Deleterious effects
- Track 21-2Inheritance of epigenetic marks
- Track 21-3Putatively adaptive effects