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Molecular Diagnostics World Congress

Molecular Diagnostics World Congress Poster Presentations




Poster Presentations

Molecular Identification of Biosurfactant Producing Bacillus sp Isolated from Sirri Island Petroleum Contaminated Soils
Mohammad Ghayyomi, M.Sc, Cinnagen

Introduction: Biosurfactants are active surface components , that reduce surface and interfacial tension in aqueous solutions and hydrocarbon mixtures. Materials and Method: Samples of this research were collected from 8 selected points of oil contaminated soils in Sirri Island-IRAN. Primary screening tests including Hemolytic activity, Drop collapse technique, Oil Spreading method were preformed and species with the most positive results were leaded to complementary screening tests like emulsification activity, foaming and surface tension measurement. Selected species were identified by PCR and 16s rRNA Gene Sequence Analysis. Results:.During primary and complementary screening tests, 29 species showed hemolytic activity, 36 had drop collapsing ability and 19 species showed positive results in emulsification, foaming and surface tension reduction. Finally, four Bacillus species found to be able to reduce surface tension more than 30 mN/m. Then, molecular identification of 11 selected species was preformed based on 16s rRNA gene sequencing, all of them were bacillus sp. Conclusion:. According to the high potential of Bacillus sp. especially for Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR) and Bioremediation of oil contamination we can hope that further study of the isolates characteristics and looking for new local strains can play an important role in their application in oil industry.




Hot Start dNTPs - Pushing the Limits of PCR
Natasha Paul, Senior Scientific Investigator, TriLink BioTechnologies

Hot Start dNTPs are a unique solution to Hot Start activation in PCR. The Hot Start dNTP technology employs a thermolabile protecting group which blocks low temperature primer extension and is released at higher temperatures to allow for more specific DNA polymerase incorporation. Hot Start dNTPs can be used with a variety of thermostable DNA polymerases and in a number of different reaction formats, including real-time PCR, fast PCR, and multiplex PCR. This presentation will provide an update on the latest advancements in this technology, including the benefits in nucleic acid detection assays.




Conference News
International Bioprinting Congress 2014 - Testimonial
Professor Chua Chee Kai, Director NTU Additive Manufacturing Centre, Singapore. From a Co-Chair perspective, I am very pleased, the meeting was well organised and covered all aspects of the subject, from the scientific techniques through to intellectual property, moving forward in to the next advancements we can expect to see in the field. I am already looking forward to next year’s meeting.


Keynote Speaker Confirmed, Marcie Glicksman
We are thrilled to announce that Marcie Glicksman, Co-Director of the Lab for Drug Discovery, at the Harvard NeuroDiscovery Center, has confirmed she will be giving a keynote presentation at Academic Drug Discovery 2015.


International Bioprinting Congress 2014 - Testimonial
Dr. Vladimir Mironov, Visiting Professor, Centre for Information Technology Renato Archer, Brazil. The most exciting conference I have ever attended. Very inspiring and very well organised.


International Bioprinting Congress 2014 - Testimonial
Dr. Weinmao (Will) Shu, Associate Professor, Heriot Watt University, UK. Very stimulating, I really enjoyed it. It was a pleasure to be here with the leaders in the field. Great debates about the future developments to come.


International Bioprinting Congress 2014 - Testimonial
Dr. Stuart Williams, Director, University of Louisville, USA. Outstanding science, engineering, intellectual property and regulatory discussions


Call for papers - Advances in qPCR and dPCR 2015, Singapore
Call for papers - Advances in qPCR and dPCR 2015, Singapore
We are now accepting papers for the Advances in qPCR and dPCR meeting which will take place on the 21-22 May 2015 in Singapore.

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