The International Scientific Conference on Engineering and Applied Sciences, ISCEAS, will be held during August 15-17, 2014 in Singapore. ISCEAS will the oncoming event of the successful conference series focusing on Engineering and Applied Sciences. The scientific program will focus on current advances in the research, production and use of Engineering and Applied Sciences with particular focus on their role in maintaining academic level in Engineering and Applied Sciences and elevating the science level.
The conference's goal will to provide a scientific forum for all international prestige scholars around the world and enable the interactive exchange of state-of-the-art knowledge. The conference will focus on evidence-based benefits proven in clinical trials and scientific experiments.
At ISCEAS leading scientists present and discuss current advances in the research of Engineering and Applied Sciences. New scientific evidences that support or question the efficacy of already existing or prospective substances and applications will be conferred. In addition novel strains, controversial but scientifically solid ideas, approaches and visions presented as well.
Further to its scientific content, ISCEAS will be a networking event. A unique opportunity to meet all the related field fellow researchers of Engineering and Applied Sciences, meet those who influenced the past, influence the present and most importantly will enable the future of Sciences field by means of basic research, lab trials, regulatory efforts or development of industrial technology. Initiation of cross-boarder co-operations between scientists and institutions will be also facilitated.
The Tentative Program of ISCEAS 2014 has been Announced
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Speaker: Naresh Kumar Singh Laboratory of stem cells and Regenerative Biotechnology, Dept. of Animal biotechnology, College of Animal life sciences, Kangwon National University, Republic of Korea
, Naresh Kumar Singh is Ph.D in Veterinary orthopaedics (IVRI, India) and postdoc in stem cell proteomics (NIAS, South Korea). Dr. Singh has immense work on cartilage biology and regeneration and proteomics of differentiated and trans-differentiated states of various stem cells. Presently, he is investigating sustenance of epithelial stem cells within the mammary glands for productive life and regenerative application in animals and humans. Dr. Singh more that 14 years of teaching experience and presently he is Professor of Animal Biotechnology, College of Animal Life Sciences, Kangwon National University, Republic of Korea. He has published more than 50 papers in reputed journals and serving as an editorial board member of various reputed animal and veterinary science societies.
Topic: Developing Mammary Fat Pad Adipose Tissues and Angiogenesis Within Critically Defines the Fate of Epithelial Markers of Epithelial Stem Cells in Ruminants Balance in the presence of epithelial cells, adipose cells, endothelial cells, nerve cells and immune cells and their synergistic influence results a successful lactation. Understanding the influence of angiogenic factors in mammary parenchyma-stromal cells and their interactions within would unfurl and explore the hidden regulatory mechanism and subsequent cure for mammary oriented diseases. We investigated several gene expression patterns of mammary gland epithelial cells and stromal cells with the changes in cellular microenvironment through epithelial, adipogenic and angiogenic induction mixture and to justif, y the potential usage of mammary adipose derived stem cells for regenerative purposes. We observed transdifferentiation abilities of mammary adipose stem cells that were on higher side depending upon the environmental cues. On the contrary, angiogenic factors that these cells were carrying along have been found to be detrimental in defining the actual identity of epithelial stem cells for its productive function. Many such issues pertaining to mammary adipose stem cells and epithelial stem cells in terms of decisive markers that have not been addressed so far would be discussed in detail in the forum.,
Key words: Mammary fat pad adipose stem cells; angiogenesis; trans differentiation; epithelial stem cells
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Registration Deadline : July 10th, 2014 SIM Tour : August 17th, 2014 Time: 08:00-20:00
Accepted and presented papers at the conference will be published by the ISCEAS in the official CD of proceedings and ALL full papers in the proceeding of ACMASS 2014 will be recommended to the following ISCEAS cooperated international journals for possible publication.
**Selected papers will only recommended not guaranteed to publish in Journals.
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