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Molecular Evolution 2016

Molecular Evolution 2016

Sessions/Tracks

OMICS International Conferences invites participants from all over the world to attend International Conference on Molecular Evolution during July 18-19, 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand which includes keynote presentations, oral talks, Young Research Forum, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Track 1: Origins of New Genes & Life on Earth:

Genome data have revealed great variation in the numbers of genes in different organisms, which indicates that there is a fundamental process of genome evolution: the origin of new genes. However, there has been little opportunity to explore how genes with new functions originate and evolve. The study of ancient genes has highlighted the antiquity and general importance of some mechanisms of gene origination, and recent observations of young genes at early stages in their evolution have unveiled unexpected molecular and evolutionary processes. 

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CP 2016, The 22nd International Conference on Principles and Practice of Constraint Programming, Toulouse, France- The 2nd Systematic and Evolutionary Biology Conference (SEBC 2016) Nanjing, China- 7th Swedish Meeting on Mathematics in Biology, Uppsala University, Sweden- Annual Scientific Retreat, UCLA, CA, USA- VIIIth Southern Connection Congress 2016, Punta Arenas, Chile- 18th International Conference on Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences, London, UK- BAMM-Biology and Mathematics through Medicine, Virginia, USA- ICTP-SAIFR School on Physics Applications in Biology, São Paulo, Brazil- Fourteenth Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Conference, CA, USA- Conference: Synthetic Biology, Paris, France.

Track 2: Animal Evolution:

Life on this earth simply did not start out with animals. All the life on earth started from the primordial ooze where inorganic molecules produced organic molecules, organic molecules formed bigger molecules, and, eventually organic molecules hang together inside membranes. This leads to cell-like structures and then cells. Simpler cells lead to more complex cells. Eventually, and it did take a while, we get the cells that make up animals.

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International Conference on Synthetic Biology, September 28-30, 2015 (Houston, USA); 6th World Congress on Biotechnology, October 05-07, 2015 (New Delhi, India); 3rd International Conference on Genomics & Pharmacogenomics, September 21-23, 2015 (San Antonio, USA); World Bio Summit & Expo, November 02-04, 2015 (Dubai, UAE); International Conference on Genetic Counselling And Genomic Medicine, August 11-12, 2016 (Birmingham, UK); Cell Symposia: Stem Cell Epigenetics 20-22 September 2015 (Barcelona, Spain); EMBO Conference The DNA damage response in cell physiology and disease 5-9 October 2015 (Cape Sounio, Greece); EMBO Conference Nuclear structure and dynamics 7-11 October 2015 (L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, France); CSH Asia Mitochondria 12-16 October 2015 (Cold Spring Harbour, New York); ABCAM Chromatin Structure and Function 16-19 November 2015 (Grand Cayman Island).

Track 3: Genome Evolution:

A gene is the entire nucleic acid sequence that is necessary for the controlled production of its final product (RNA or Protein). The basic unit of genome architecture is gene these correspond to specific regions in chromosomes (genome), these regions are further organized exons/introns, transcripts, promoter regions, Repetitive regions, Telomeres, centromeres, CpG Islands. In Prokaryotic most bacterial genomes are carried in one circular chromosome Stable replication requires one replication origin (ORI) The Genome is packed with polyamines (stabilizing proteins), In Eukaryotic: The genome is distributed over several linear chromosomes Stable replication occurs from several replication origins within each chromosome, and additionally requires centromeres, Telomeres.

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Genome Architecture in Cell Fate & Disease, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China- Conference on Genome Architecture, ICTP, Trieste, Italy- The Genomics of Common Diseases, Cambridge, UK- Plant Genomes & Biotechnology: From Genes to Networks, NY, USA- Rat Genomics & Models, NY, USA- CSHL meeting: Genome Informatics, NY, USA- Maintenance of Genome Stability 2016, Panama- Central America- 18th International Conference on Quantitative Genetics and Genomics, London, UK- At the intersection of DNA replication and genome maintenance: from mechanisms to therapy, Trieste, Italy- Abcam Conference "Mechanisms of Recombination", Alicanta, Spain.

Track 4: Molecular Genetics:

Molecular genetics is the branch of phylogeny that analyses hereditary molecular differences, mainly in DNA sequences, to gain information on an organism's evolutionary relationships.   The result of a molecular genetic analysis is expressed in a phylogenetic tree. Phylogenies are important for addressing various biological questions such as relationships among species or genes, the origin and spread of viral infection and     the demographic changes and migration patterns of species. Molecular genies have permeated nearly every branch of biology, and the plethora of molecular genetic methods and software packages that are now available may seem daunting to an experimental biologist.

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6th International Conference on Bioscience, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics, Pattaya, Thailand- IEEE CIBCB-2016, Chiang Mai, Thailand- Bridging Fungal Genetics, Evolution, Ecology, Paris, France- The 20th Annual New Zealand Phylogenomics Meeting - The Interface of Mathematics and Biology, North Island, New Zealand- EB San Deigo-2016, CA, USA- Evolution 2016, Texas, USA- A Conference of the American Society of Naturalists, CA, USA- SICB Annual Meeting 2016, OR, USA- XVth ESEB Meeting, Lausanne, Switzerland- The 2nd Systematic and Evolutionary Biology Conference, Nanjing, China.

Track 5: Protein Evolution:

Proteins are the essential building blocks of living cells; indeed, life can be viewed as resulting substantially from the chemical activity of proteins. Because of their importance, it is hardly surprising that ancestors for most proteins observed today were already present at the time of the 'last common ancestor', a primordial organism from which all life on earth is descended. Proteins are strings of amino acids transcribed from genes, and they typically fold into a particular shape to perform some function in a living system. Proteins evolve when one amino acid is substituted for another.

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Track 6: Plant Molecular Evolution:

Plant evolution is the subset of evolutionary phenomena that concern plants. Evolutionary phenomena are characteristics of populations that are described by averages, medians, distributions, and other statistical methods. This distinguishes plant evolution from plant development, a branch of developmental biology which concerns the changes that individuals go through in their lives. The study of plant evolution attempts to explain how the present diversity of plants arose over geologic time. It includes the study of genetic change and the consequent variation that often results in speciation, one of the most important types of radiation into taxonomic groups called clades. A description of radiation is called a phylogeny and is often represented by type of diagram called a phylogenetic tree.

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International Conference on Plant Physiology June 09-11, 2016 Dallas, USA ; 5th International Conference onAgriculture and Horticulture June 27-29, 2016 Cape Town, South Africa ; 6th International Conference on Genomics & Pharmacogenomics September 22-24, 2016 Berlin, Germany;  International Conference on Green Energy & Expo September 21-23, 2015 Orlando, FL, USA; International Plant Breeding Congress and EUCARPIA-Oil and Protein Crops Section Conference November 01-05 Antalya ,Turkey; International Conference on Rye Breeding and Genetics June 24 – 26, 2015 Wroclaw, Poland;  11th International Congress of Plant Molecular Biology (IPMB) October 25 - 30, 2015 Foz do Iguazu, Brazil; Plant Genomics Congress September 14-15, 2015 St. Louis, USA;  XVIth Meeting of the EUCARPIA Section Biometrics in Plant BreedingSeptember  9-11, 2015 Wageningen, the Netherlands.

Track 7: Genome architecture:

Genome architecture is the process by which a genome changes in structure (sequence) or size over time. The study of genome evolution involves multiple fields such as structural analysis of the genome, the study of genomic parasites, gene and ancient genome duplications, polyploidy, and comparative genomics. Genome evolution is a constantly changing and evolving field due to the steadily growing number of sequenced genomes, both prokaryotic and eukaryotic, available to the scientific community and the public at large.

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Track 8: Chromosomal Evolution:

Chromosomes are the units of inheritance within the nuclei of all eukaryote cells. The specific DNA content of each chromosome is a single linear DNA double helix, which corresponds genetically to a linkage group. The evolution of linear eukaryotic chromosomes from the usually circular genomes of prokaryotes is not well understood. Linear chromosomes (with ends protected by telomeres) are a prerequisite for the accumulation of (redundant) DNA, and thus for the enormous quantitative and qualitative diversification of eukaryotic chromosomes. This is because dispersed repetitive sequences tend to recombine ectopically during DNA repair, often with deleterious consequences for circular but less so for linear DNA molecules.

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Track 9: Molecular Oncology:

It is an interdisciplinary medical speciality at the interface of medicinal chemistry and oncology that refers to the investigation of the chemistry of cancer and tumors at the molecular scale along with the development and application of molecularly targeted therapies. Evolving molecular techniques used in the clinical laboratory are becoming increasingly important across nearly all fields of medicine.

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Track 10: DNA and Protein Substitution:

A codon-based model for the evolution of protein-coding DNA sequences is presented for use in phylogenetic estimation. A Markov process is used to describe substitutions between codons. Transition/transversion rate bias and codon usage bias are allowed in the model, and selective restraints at the protein level are accommodated using physicochemical distances between the amino acids coded for by the codons. Analyses of two data sets suggest that the new codon-based model can provide a better fit to data than can nucleotide-based models and can produce more reliable estimates of certain biologically important measures such as the transition/transversion rate ratio and the synonymous/nonsynonymous substitution rate ratio.

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Track 11: Transcriptomics:

The transcriptome is the set of all RNA molecules, including mRNA, tRNA, rRNA and other non-coding RNA transcribed in one cell or a population of cells. It differs from the exome in that it includes only those RNA molecules found in a specified cell population, and usually includes the amount or concentration of each RNA molecule in addition to the molecular identities.

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Track 12: Driving forces of Evolution

Depending on the relative importance assigned to the various forces of evolution, three perspectives provide evolutionary explanations for molecular evolution. Selectionist hypotheses argue that selection is the driving force of molecular evolution. Neutralist hypotheses emphasize the importance of mutation, purifying selection, and random genetic drift. Mutationists hypotheses emphasize random drift and biases in mutation patterns.

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Track 13: Nucleic acid Evolution:

Nucleic acid metabolism is the process by which nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) are synthesized and degraded. Nucleic acids are polymers of nucleotides. Nucleotide synthesis is an anabolic mechanism generally involving the chemical reaction of phosphate, pentose sugar, and a nitrogenous base. The ordered assembly of deoxyribonucleotides into DNA and of ribonucleotides into RNA involves somewhat simpler cellular mechanisms than the correct assembly of the amino acids in a protein chain.

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 on July 18-22, 2016 at Paris, France; 5th Zing Nucleic Acids Conference, December 02-05, 2016 Tampa, USA; The 30th Anniversary Symposium of the Protein Society July 16-19, 2016 Baltimore, USA.

Track 14: Ribosome and Mitochondria:

The ribosome is a complex molecular machine found within all living cells that serves as the site of biological protein synthesis (translation). Ribosomes link amino acids together in the order specified by messenger RNA (mRNA) molecules. The ribosomes and associated molecules are also known as the  translational apparatus. The mitochondrion (plural mitochondria) is a double membrane-bound organelle found in most eukaryotic cells. Several characteristics make mitochondria unique. The number of mitochondria in a cell can vary widely by organism, tissue, and cell type.

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Track 15: Molecular Phylogenetics:

Molecular Phylogentics is the branch of phylogeny that analyses hereditary molecular differences, mainly in DNA sequences, to gain information on an organism's evolutionary relationships.   The result of a molecular phylogenetic analysis is expressed in a phylogenetic tree. Phylogenies are important for addressing various biological questions such as relationships among species or genes, the origin and spread of viral infection and     the demographic changes and migration patterns of species. Phylogenies have permeated nearly every branch of biology, and the plethora of phylogenetic methods and software packages that are now available may seem daunting to an experimental biologist.

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6th International Conference on Bioscience, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics, Pattaya, Thailand- IEEE CIBCB-2016, Chiang Mai, Thailand- Bridging Fungal Genetics, Evolution, Ecology, Paris, France- The 20th Annual New Zealand Phylogenomics Meeting - The Interface of Mathematics and Biology, North Island, New Zealand- EB San Deigo-2016, CA, USA- Evolution 2016, Texas, USA- A Conference of the American Society of Naturalists, CA, USA- SICB Annual Meeting 2016, OR, USA- XVth ESEB Meeting, Lausanne, Switzerland- The 2nd Systematic and Evolutionary Biology Conference, Nanjing, China.





About Conference

The International Conference on Molecular Evolution (Molecular Evolution-2016) is scheduled from July 18-19, 2016, in Avani Atrium, Bangkok, Thailand which aims to gather the most elegant societies and industries along with the renowned and honorable persons form top universities across the globe. 

Molecular Evolution-2016 combines basic ideas fundamental to the field with discussions of cutting-edge methodologies, and is therefore relevant to researchers with a range of different experience levels. The conference comprises lectures, practical, computing demonstrations, software use sessions, and keynote lectures. Topics covered include uses and interpretations of molecular phylogenies, sequence alignments and genomics resources, Markov models of sequence evolution, phylogeny reconstruction, hypothesis testing in molecular phylogenetics and evolution, coalescent models and inference from population data. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the “International conference on Molecular Evolution (Molecular Evolution 2016)” which is going to be held during July 21-23, 2016, Bangkok, Thailand.  Our broad range of expertise includes: molecular evolutionists, molecular biologists, biochemists, geneticists, palaeontologists, physiologists, behaviourists, systematists, morphologists, microbiologists, bioinformaticians, evolutionary biologists, ecologists, and biophysicists.

Our Conference will provide a perfect platform addressing:

  • Laudable talks by the top-notch of the global scientific community
  • Sterling workshop sessions
  • Remarkable Awards and Global Recognition to meritorious Researchers
  • Global Networking with 50+ Countries
  • Novel Techniques to Benefit Your Research
  • Global Business and Networking Opportunities
  • Exquisite Platform for showcasing your products and International Sponsorship

OMICS International Organizes 1000+ Global Events inclusive of 300+ International Conferences, 500+ Workshops and 200+ Symposiums every year across USA- Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies and publishes 400+ Open access journals which contains over 30000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members.

About Bangkok:

Bangkok is the capital of Thailand and, with a population of over eleven million inhabitants, by far its largest city. Its high-rise buildings, heavy traffic congestion, intense heat and naughty nightlife may not immediately give you the best impression — but don’t let that mislead you. It is one of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities with magnificent temples and palaces, authentic canals, busy markets and a vibrant nightlife that has something for everyone.  For years, it was only a small trading post at the banks of the Chao Phraya River, until King Rama I, the first monarch of the present Chakri dynasty, turned it into the capital of Siam in 1782, after the burning of Ayutthaya by Burmese invaders but they did not take over Ayutthaya. Since then, Bangkok has turned into a national treasure house and functions as Thailand’s spiritual, cultural, political, commercial, educational and diplomatic center.

Molecular Evolution-2016 invites all interested participants to join us for this esteemed event at the exquisite destination Bangkok. For more: conference series.com

 





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Importance & Scope

Molecular evolution is a change in the sequence composition of cellular molecules such as DNA, RNA, and proteins across generations. The field of molecular evolution uses principles of evolutionary biology and population genetics to explain patterns in these changes.

Molecular evolution has undergone dramatic transformations since its emergence as a distinct discipline. This conference aims to highlight the scope, power, and future promise of molecular evolution to transform and unify diverse aspects of biology.  The conference articulate key questions at the core of fifteen various biological disciplines—from Origin of new genes, Animal Evolution, Genome Evolution, Molecular Genetics, Protein Evolution, Plant Molecular Evolution, Genome Architecture, Chromosomal Evolution, Molecular Oncology, DNA & Protein substitution, Transcriptomics, Driving forces of Evolution, Nucleic acid Evolution, Role of Ribosomes and Mitochondria, and Molecular Phylogenetics, and lastly, Molecular Evolution itself—and discuss why molecular evolution is uniquely situated to substantially improve our ability to find meaningful answers to these fundamental questions.

The conference posit that the tools, concepts, and ways of thinking developed by molecular evolution have profound potential to advance, integrate, and unify biological sciences as well as inform policy decisions and illuminate science education.  The conference helps to look at the next generation of molecular evolutionists and biologists to help shape this process as we confront the scientific challenges of the 21st century.

Why Bangkok?

Bangkok is the capital and most populous city of Thailand. The city has a population of over 8 million, or 12.6 percent of the country's population.

Bangkok welcomes more visitors than any other city in the world and it is a city of contrasts with action at every turn; marvel at the gleaming temples, catch a tuk tuk along the bustling Chinatown or take a longtail boat through floating markets. Food is another Bangkok highlight, from local dishes served at humble street stalls to haute cuisine at romantic rooftop restaurants.

Luxury malls compete with a sea of boutiques and markets, where you can treat yourself without overspending. Extravagant five-star hotels and surprisingly cheap but good hotels welcome you with the same famed Thai hospitality. And no visit to Bangkok would be complete without a glimpse of its famous nightlife – from cabarets to exotic red-light districts, Bangkok never ceases to amaze.

It should come as no surprise that Bangkok is jumping on the education hub bandwagon, as the the capital city is known for doing just about everything on a grand scale. Bangkok has actively pursued branch campuses from top schools around the world, building an amazing array of international branch campuses that includes programs at different colleges from around the world. However, Bangkok has many of its own tourist attractions, has an extremely lively night life, and the shopping is arguably one of the best of Bangkok.

Conference Highlights

Origins of New Genes

Animal Evolution

Genome Evolution

Molecular Genetics

Protein Evolution

Plant Molecular Evolution

Genome Architecture

Chromosomal Evolution

Molecular Oncology

DNA & Protein Substitution

Transcriptomics

Driving forces of Evolution

Nucleic acid Evolution

Role of ribosome and mitochondria

Molecular Phylogenetics

Why to attend???

Molecular Evolution conference is a remarkable event which brings together a unique and international mix of Molecular Evolution Researchers, Molecular Biologists, genetists, biochemists and leading researches, scholars, and professors of various Universities and Research Institutions making the conference a perfect platform to share experience, foster collaboration across Academia and Industry, and evaluate emerging scientific challenges across the globe.

Be a part of it!

Molecular Evolution-2016 focuses on all the major aspects in the field of evolutionary biology, genetics, and cell science which emphasizes on topics like molecular oncology, protein & nucleic acids, plant & animal evolution as well. 

This conference will provide excellent opportunity for presenting the highest quality basic and translational science as well as nurturing scientific collaborations through networking.

 This conference creates a huge platform for Scientists, Professors, Students and Delegates to share their ideas and innovations and in turn enhance the progression of science and technology in both academia and business around the world.

Students will get the opportunity to global networking and exchanging ideas from the international academic and corporate communities.

A Unique Opportunity for Exhibitors and Sponsors at this International event:

http://molecularevolution.conferenceseries.com/sponsors.php

Major Molecular Evolution Societies around the Globe

The American Society of Naturalists

Ecological Society of America

Genetics Society of America

Paleontological Society

Society for the Study of Evolution

Society of Systematic Biologists

Animal Behavior Society

Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution

National Association of Biology Teachers

National Center for Science Education

International Society for Computational Biology

Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute

Medical Research Council Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology

Salk Institute Molecular and Cell Biology Laboratory

The Molecular Foundry

Synthetic Biology Institute (UC, Berkeley)

Center for Cancer Research (National Cancer Institute) - Laboratory of Cell Biology

Center for Cancer Research (National Cancer Institute) - Laboratory of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Rosenstiel Basic Medical Sciences Research Center

W. M. Keck Institute for Cellular Visualization

The Sloan-Swartz Center for Theoretical Neurobiology

The Benjamin and Mae Volen National Center for Complex Systems

International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

International Society for Advancement of Cytometry

American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB)

International Federation for Cell Biology

American Society of Cytopathology (ASC)

American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB)

Society for Molecular Biology & Evolution

Target Audience

Molecular evolutionists, Molecular biologists, Molecular Oncologists, Plant molecular biologists, Animal molecular biologists, Evolutionists, Geneticists, Biochemists, Biologists, Clinicians, Scientists, Professors, Health care industrialists, Post Doctorate Fellows, molecular biology Scientists, and Students.

Target Audience

Academia       60%

Industry         30%

Others            10%

 

Major Thailand Universities involved in research in Molecular Evolution

Mahidol University

Chulalongkorn University

Chiang Mai University

Asia-Pacific International University

People associated with Molecular Evolution Research

As Molecular Evolution is dealing with the complete range of cellular molecules such as DNA & RNA, and proteins related content and so the total number of people associated are estimated on the basis of research going on Molecular Evolution as well as related aspects such as Molecular Biology, Population Genetics, Evolutionary biology, and evolutionary forces influencing genomic and phenotypic changes etc.

Overview of private companies by industry

Company Name

Region

Tissue Genesis, Inc.

United States

XBiotech USA, Inc.

United States

Predictive Therapeutics, LLC

United States

BioProtect Corporation

United States

Signase, Inc 

United States

16Jul 2015

Companies associated with Molecular & genetic research

Abbot- is a leading name in immunoassay diagnostics, blood screening, bedside testing and companion diagnostics.

AutoGenomics- The INFINITI® system is designed specifically for processing AutoGenomics' unique proprietary BioFilmChip® microarrays that can be multiplexed and configured with hundreds of biomarkers to assess disease signatures from a single sample specimen.

BIOCARTIS- The Company’s proprietary MDx Idylla™ platform is a fully automated, real time system which offers accurate, highly-reliable molecular information from any biological sample in virtually any setting.

BIO-RAD-The group is also well known for its blood virus testing and detection, blood typing, autoimmune and genetic disorders testing, and internet-based software products. Bio-Rad's clinical diagnostics products incorporate a broad range of technologies used to detect, identify, and quantify substances in bodily fluids and tissues.

Cepheid-To enable molecular diagnostic testing of any patient specimen on a centralized or disseminated basis, thereby enabling medical providers to identify and treat diseases early, increasing opportunities to improve patients’ survival and quality of life.

ELITech Group SOLUTIONS- The ELITechGroup manufactures and distributes diagnostic products for clinical chemistry, microbiology, immunology, and molecular biology though direct sales and a distribution network encompassing more than 100 countries.

IntegraGen’s -IntegraGen's mission is to translate molecular research to clinical practice through the identification of novel genetic biomarkers and the subsequent commercialization of molecular diagnostic tests based on these discoveries.

INTERPACE Diagnostics-Interpace Diagnostics provides full product commercialization and is working to develop and commercialize molecular diagnostic tests leveraging the latest technology and personalized medicine for better patient diagnosis and management.

MYRIAD-Myriad strives to answer the most pressing questions a patient faces across major disease areas, including oncology, preventive care, urology, dermatology, autoimmune diseases and neuroscience.

QIAGEN- QIAGEN is the world’s leading provider of innovative Sample & Assay Technologies, and a key player in the molecular biology revolution.

Quest Diagnostics- services range from routine blood tests — such as total cholesterol, Pap testing and white blood cell count — to complex, gene-based and molecular testing. We perform medical tests that aid in the diagnosis or detection of diseases, measure the progress or recovery from a disease or confirm that an individual is free from disease.

WAFERGEN BIOSYSTEMS- WaferGen Biosystems, Inc. is an emerging leader in the development, manufacture, and sale of state-of-the-art systems for genome analysis for the life science and pharmaceutical industries.

References

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molecular_evolution

http://www.technavio.com/blog/top-companies-in-the-global-genetic-testing-market

http://www.kaloramainformation.com/Molecular-Diagnostics-Edition-9314088/

http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1111312/000093639203001486/a93409e10vq.htm

http://www.guidestar.org/organizations/59-3471957/foundation-applied-molecular-evolution.aspx





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