Relation with OMICS Sciences
Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics are all from the field of OMICS sciences, which revolve around Transcriptomics. Disruptions or changes at any step of gene expression are responsible for many genetic diseases. Through the use of Genome Analysis and Microarrays scientists can determine – in a single experiment – the expression levels of hundreds or thousands of genes within a cell. All these genome sequence data can be recalled Big Data Mining. Other field of genomics related to sequence analysis is Functional Genomics, Computational Genetics, Comparative Genomics, Translational Genomics, and Evolutionary Genomics.
Molecular evidence from a sequence-based application is a main agenda in Plant Genomics and Microbial Genomics. For a higher resolution of cellular differences and a better understanding of the function of an individual cell in the context of its microenvironment, Single Cell Genome sequencing is done which examines the sequence information from individual cells with optimized next generation sequencing (NGS) technologies. For more information about the products (proteins) of these cells, it is mandatory to understand the mechanism involved in their transcription and translation. In that case Proteomics of Transcription Machinery, proving itself helpful in explaining the expression of proteins by through ribosome in a Single cell. Coming to the Bioinformatics, the major breakthrough involves Drug designing and Drug Discovery, making the entire process more fast at quite low cost.
Genomic labs have the fastest growing market with nearly 250 universities concentrating on its research majorly to be named Whitetail Genetic Research Institute, Stanford University, National Human Genome Research Institute. Major companies concentrating on the research are Affymetrix, Applied Biosystems, Foster City, and Genentech etc. Drug Discovery research has the major growing market with applications in pharmaceuticals and medicine and thus major companies like Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Isis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. , Merck & Co. Inc. and Johnson & Johnson focusing on the growing industry.
6th International Conference on Genomics & Pharmacogenomics, September 22-24, 2016 Berlin, Germany; 6th International Conference & Expo on Proteomics March 29-30, 2016 Atlanta, USA; 6th International Conference on Bioinformatics March 29-30, 2016 Valencia, Spain; 5th International Conference and Exhibition on Metabolomics May 16-18, 2016, Osaka, Japan; International Conference on Next Generation Sequencing, July 21-22, 2016, Berlin, Germany; Genomic Instability, July 23-24, 2016, Hong Kong, China; 18th International Conference on Proteomics and Bioinformatics, March 30 - 31, 2016, Istanbul, Turkey; X Annual Congress of the European Proteomics Association, June 21-25, 2016 Istanbul, Turkey; 7th International Conference on Bioinformatics Models, Methods and Algorithms, February 21-23, 2016, Rome, Italy; The Fourteenth Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Conference, January 11-13, 2016, San Francisco, USA.
Recent evidence of genome-wide transcription in several species indicates that the amount of transcription that occurs cannot be entirely accounted for by current sets of genome-wide annotations. Big Data mining plays an important role in biotechnology by handling large amount of data. Functional Genomics integrates information from various molecular methodologies to gain an understanding of how DNA sequence is translated into complex information in a cell. Computational genomics includes: bio-sequence analysis, gene expression data analysis, phylogenetic analysis, and more specifically pattern recognition and analysis problems such as gene finding, motif finding, gene function prediction, fusion of sequence and expression information, and evolutionary models. Comparative genomics is an exciting field of biological research in which researchers use a variety of tools, including computer-based analysis, to compare the complete genome sequences of different species. The mission of Translational Genomics is to enhance the knowledge, clinical adoption and discussion of applied and translational genomics worldwide. Evolutionary Genomics focuses on the analysis of genomic data.Evolutionary biologists are now confronted by a wealth of genetic data in the form of whole genome sequences sampled from multiple species and multiple individuals within a species, gene expression data which is often known for multiple species, environmental DNA sequences, and information on genetic variation in a species in the form of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). Now-a –days analysis of plant genomes is contributing a lot in the crop development. Complete analysis of several microbial genomes has led to the identification of several diseases.
- Genome Transcription
- Big Data Mining
- Functional Genomics
- Computational Genetics
- Comparative Genomics
- Translational Genomics
- Evolutionary Genomics
- Plant Genomics
- Microbial Genomics
- Proteomics of Transcription Machinery
Related Conference of Relation with OMICS Sciences
Relation with OMICS Sciences Conference Speakers
- Cancer Transcriptomics: Integrative & Computational Approaches
- Clinical Applications & Related Disorders
- Diagnosis & Applications of RNA-Seq
- Exploring Transcriptome
- Expression Profiling
- Human Transcriptomics
- NGS Technologies
- Ocular Transcriptomics
- Relation with OMICS Sciences
- RNA Editing & Interference: Interplay
- Single Cell Transcriptomics
- Transcriptional Regulation & Attenuation
- Transcriptome analysis & Gene Expression
- Transcriptome Technologies Market
- Transcriptomics & Proteomics in Microorganisms
- Transcriptomics & Proteomics in Plants
- Transcriptomics and Mass Spectrometry
- Transcriptomics Case Reports