Microbial Nanotechnology

Microbiology relates to nanoscience at a number of levels. Many bacterial entities are nano-machines in nature, including molecular motors like flagella and pili. Bacteria also form biofilms by the process of self-assembly (for example the formation of Curli-film by E. coli). The formation of aerial hyphae by bacteria and fungi is also directed by the controlled and ordered assembly of building blocks. Also, the formation of virus capsids is a classical process of molecular recognition and self-assembly at the nano-scale
Related Conferences:
International conference on Toxicogenomics and drug monitoring August 25-27 ,2015 ,Velancia ,Spain ;5TH International conference on Nanotek and expo November 16-18 ,2015,San Antonio,USA;4Th International conference on Nanotek and expo December 1-3,San Francisco,USA,8th World Medical nanotechnology Congress and expo july8-9,2016,Dallas, USA ; 11th Intenartional conference and expo on Nano science and molecular technology  September 26-28 ,2016,London,U.K

Nanotechnology involves creating and manipulating organic and inorganic matter at the nanoscale. It promises to provide the means for designing nanomaterials; materials with tailor-made physical, chemical and biological properties controlled by defined molecular structures and dynamics. The present molecular biology techniques of genetic modification of crops are already forms of what has been termed nanotechnology.

  • Nanotechnology in food microbiology
  • Applications of nanodiagnostic in infectious diseases
  • Nanotechnology in water microbiology
  • nanomicrobiology using atomic force microscopy
  • Nanoscale imaging growth and division of cells

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