Theme: Global Innovations in Tissue preservation and Biobanking Technologies

Biobanking 2016

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Biobanking 2016

 

Biobanking 2016 invites all the participants from all over the world to attend “2nd International Conference & Exhibition on Tissue Preservation and Biobanking” during September 12-13, 2016 in Philadelphia, USA which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Biobanking -2016 on behalf of its organizing Committee welcomes all the stem cell technologists, researchers, industrialists, young scientists as well as student and corporate delegates to participate and to have a great experience. The theme of the conference of Biobanking is based on “Global Innovations in Tissue preservation and Biobanking Technologies. During Biobanking conferences, the International symposiums, B2B meetings, international workshops will also be organized to discuss the specific topics in the field of Stem cell technology. The conference also welcomes International exhibitions form corporate sectors to showcase the recent advancements in the tools and techniques. The conference also welcomes International exhibitions form corporate sectors to showcase the recent advancements in tools and techniques. 

Why to attend???

With members from around the world focused on learning about Biobanking and its advances; this is your best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the Tissue preservation and Biobanking community. Conduct presentations, distribute information, meet with current and potential scientists, make a splash with new drug developments, and receive name recognition at this 3-day event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, developments, and the newest updates in Biobanking are hallmarks of this conference.

Target Audience:

  • Biobanking Students, Scientists

  • Biobanking Researchers

  • Biobanking Faculty

  • Medical Colleges

  • Biobanking Associations and Societies

  • Business Entrepreneurs

  • Training Institutes

  • Cryo storage Companies

  • Data Management Companies

  • Global Biobanking Companies

  •  Biobanking investors

 

Conference LLC invites all the participants from all over the world to attend “2nd International Conference & Exhibition on Tissue Preservation and Biobanking” during September 12-13, 2016 in Philadelphia, USA which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Tissue engineering

The developing field of tissue engineering aims to regenerate damaged tissues by combining cells from the body with bioresorbable materials, biodegradable hydrogel, biomimetic materials, nanostructures and nanomaterials, biomaterials and tissue implants which act as templates for tissue regeneration, to guide the growth of new tissue by using with the technologies. The global market for biomaterials, nanostructures and bioresorbable materials are estimated to reach $88.4 billion by 2017 from $44.0 billion in 2012 growing at a CAGR of 15%. Further the biomaterials market estimated to be worth more than 300 billion US Dollars and to be increasing 20% per year.

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Human Cancer Biobank

The Cancer Human Biobank (caHUB) is a BBRB derived program that carries out specialized biospecimen and data procurements to support biospecimen science activities. The caHUB network consists of the following components-Biospecimen Source Sites (BSSs) are organizations, such as academic medical centers, rapid autopsy centers, and organ procurement organizations, that obtain patient consent, acquire specimens, and ship them to one of a number of program sites. The Comprehensive Biospecimen Resource (CBR) is a centralized site that assembles collection and shipping kits, receives most bio specimens from the BSSs for processing and storage, and ships biospecimen from the BSSs to the processing and analysis facilities. The CBR also generates H&E sections from FFPE blocks and produces digital images of these sections. The Comprehensive Data Resource (CDR) is a centralized data storage facility that obtains patient and specimen data from BSSs and other program sites that handle and analyses samples. The Pathology Resource Centre (PRC) is a network of board certified pathologists who review H&E sections from caHUB collected specimens as a quality control measure and also provide technical direction for caHUB Biospecimen collections.

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Biorepository and Biospecimen

Biorepositories (or Biobanks) are “libraries” where bio specimens are stored and made available for scientists to study for clinical or research purposes. These biospecimen are commonly annotated with information about the patient from whom the biospecimen was taken, including data about their medical conditions and background. There are thousands of biorepositories in the United States, which vary widely by size, the type of biospecimen collected, and purpose. One of the biorepository’s highest priorities is protecting the privacy and sanctity of personal and medical information. Biospecimen are materials taken from the human body, such as tissue, blood, plasma, and urine that can be used for cancer diagnosis and analysis. When patients have a biopsy, surgery, or other procedure, often a small amount of the specimen removed can be stored and used for later research. Once these samples have been properly processed and stored they are known as human biospecimen. Doctors and researchers may analyze biospecimens to look for indications of disease in the donor. Biospecimens can confirm whether a disease is present or absent in a particular patient, but they also provide other information that may be useful to the physician or a researcher. Each sample may contain DNA, proteins, and other molecules important for understanding disease progression.

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Disease based biobank

Disease oriented biobanks (which may also be referred to as clinical biobanks) are placed at the interface between clinical practice and research. They collect biological samples from patients, aiming at discovery and validation of genetic and non-genetic risk factors of diseases. They are usually established in hospitals and research institutes, and multi-centre collections can rise from clinical trials and genetic studies. Two domains of clinical biobanks can be distinguished: tissue banks and rare disease biobanks. They represent disease-oriented biobanks as they collect samples and data within the context of clinical care. Biological materials found in such biobanks are collected from patients and represent residual material of samples taken as part of an exploration or a clinical follow-up. Samples for clinical studies and diagnostic purposes have been collected throughout the history of medicine.

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Stem cell biobanking

Biobanks play a crucial role in biomedical research. The wide array of biospecimens (including blood, saliva, plasma, and purified DNA) maintained in biobanks can be described as libraries of the human organism. The process by which a tissue or aggregate of cells is kept alive outside of the organism from which it was derived (i.e., kept from decay by means of a chemical agent, cooling, or a fluid substitute that mimics the natural state within the organism).

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Cryopreservation Methods

A process where cells, whole tissues, or any other substances susceptible to damage caused by chemical reactivity or time are preserved by cooling to sub-zero temperatures. At low enough temperatures, any enzymatic or chemical activity which might cause damage to the material in question is effectively stopped. Cryopreservation methods seek to reach low temperatures without causing additional damage caused by the formation of ice during freezing. Traditional cryopreservation has relied on coating the material to be frozen with a class of molecules termed Cryoprotectant. New methods are constantly being investigated due to the inherent toxicity of many cryoprotectants. By default it should be considered that Cryopreservation alters/compromises the structure and function of cells unless it is proven otherwise for a particular cell population. Tissue and fluid preservation, also known as biobanking, biorepository science, or cryopreservation often referred to as cryobanking has become mainstream and big business. According to research by the British Broadcasting Corporation, the global biobanking market in 2010 was over $140 billion dollars, with a projected 30% increase by the year 2015 towards fostering biobanking initiatives

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Vitrification

Although most living organisms are composed of large amounts of water, it is not inevitable that freezing these organisms results in ice-formation. Among amphibians and insects that can tolerate freezing, there is wide variation in the amount of freezing they can tolerate. Species of frogs can spend days or weeks "with as much as 65 percent of their total body water as ice". Some amphibians achieve their protection due to the glycerol manufactured by their livers. Glycerol is "antifreeze", it reduces ice formation and lowers freezing point. Glycerol (glycerin), like ethylene glycol (automobile anti-freeze) is cryoprotectants. The sugar glucose is also cryoprotectants — and arctic frogs have a special form of insulin that accelerates glucose release and absorption into cells as temperatures approach freezing. Cryoprotectants can make water harden like glass with no crystal formation  a process called Vitrification. Freezing-damage to cells is due to the formation of ice-crystals. Entire organs can be solidified and stored at temperatures as low as -140° C. Scientists are working on ways to reduce the toxicity of the cryoprotectants used to make water vitrify to allow banking of organs for transplantation. At Alcor, we are optimistic that the toxicity that still does occur with vitrification of human organs will be reversible with future molecular repair technology.

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Brain Banking

Research utilizing human post-mortem brain tissue has played a critical role in propelling our knowledge of diseases and disorders of the nervous system .however declining autopsy rates combined with an increased demand for well-characterized, high-quality tissue requires a new approach to brain banking and better outreach and communication with stakeholders. The NBB will coordinate the collection, evaluation, processing, storage and distribution of nervous system tissue and associated clinical data via a federated network of brain and tissue repositories that span the United States in a transparent and standardized way for use by the broader research community for the study of neurological, psychiatric and developmental disorder. The U.S. National Institutes of Health is establishing a network of five brain Biobanks to unify and coordinate access to human brain tissue for neuroscience research. Goal of bio bank is to increase the availability of human disease and control brains and related bio specimens by increasing public awareness of the value of tissue donation for understanding brain disorders and facilitate the distribution of high-quality, well-characterized human-post mortem brain tissue for the research community.

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Biobank Ethics

Ethical issues are commonly present in many aspects of Biobanking. The fact that Biobanks deal with human samples, invading an individual autonomy or limiting self-control, provokes a number of ethical issues. Who is actually competent to give informed consent and donate a sample? When individuals donate part of their body to a biobank, how is that human sample processed? Who is the owner of the sample? Who should decide how it should be used? Who has the right to know individual results of research? These and many more ethical dilemmas exist in the ethical framework of biobanks. With the recent rapid developments in biobanking, all of these issues are magnified with plenty of further new questions continuously arising. Ethical framework has been the most controversial issue in the domain of biobanking. Thus, it is not surprising that there is a substantial literature focusing on ethical dilemmas in biobanking, such as informed consent, privacy, protection, and returning of results to participants. For many years, researchers at CRB have provided constructive advice on how to deal with ethical aspects of research using human tissue material and personal data. For more than 80 years tissue has been derived from human bodies, stored, distributed and used for therapeutic, educational, forensic and research purposes as part of healthcare routine in most western countries.

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Biobank in Microbiology

Millions of biological samples, including cells of human, animal or bacterial origin, viruses, serum/plasma or DNA/RNA, are stored every year throughout the world for diagnostics and research. The purpose of this review is to summarize the resources necessary to set up a bio-banking facility, the challenges and pitfalls of sample collection, and the most important techniques for separation and storage of samples. Biological samples can be stored for up to 30 years, but specific protocols are required to reduce the damage induced by preservation techniques. Software dedicated to biological banks facilitate sample registration and identification, the cataloguing of sample properties (type of sample/specimen, associated diseases and/or therapeutic protocols, environmental information, etc.), sample tracking, quality assurance and specimen availability. Biobank facilities must adopt good laboratory practices and a stringent quality control system and, when required, comply with ethical issues.

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Biobank in Genomics

The stated aim of the Genomics and Personalized Medicine Act is to secure the promise of personalized medicine for all Americans by expanding and accelerating genomics research and initiatives to improve the accuracy of disease diagnosis, increase the safety of drugs, and identify novel treatments, and for other purposes. This past May, Congressman Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) and Congresswoman Anna Eshoo (D-CA) re-introduced a personalized medicine bill to the U.S. House of Representatives. The bill was originally introduced in 2006 by then-Senator from Illinois Barack Obama. While HR 5440, also known as the Genomics and Personalized Medicine Act of 2010 (GPMA 2010) Despite its narrow definition of personalized medicine, GPMA 2010 includes several expansive initiatives. GPMA 2010 would appropriate $150 million for fiscal year 2011 to accomplish these initiatives, including the creation of an Office of Personalized Healthcare and several committees to address translational challenges of personalized medicine, the standardization of the collection of human biological samples, the funding of further research and education on personalized medicine, and the creation of a national Biobanks.

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Next Generation Biobanking

Biorepositories provide a resource for researchers to increase understanding of complex diseases. Studies such as the Lung Genomics Research Consortium (LGRC), a two-year project launched in October 2009, are going a step further than standard biobanking practices and characterizing the samples with their molecular makeup. The molecular data can then be mined along with the clinical data. Led by National Jewish Health and funded by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, a division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the LGRC project consists of five institutions, including Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Collaborators in the project work with samples banked at the Lung Tissue Research Consortium (LTRC), which houses tissue samples and blood from lung disease sufferers, primarily chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), along with a rich set of clinical data from patients

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Fertility biobanks

Fertility preservation is the effort to help cancer patients retain their fertility, or ability to procreate. Research into how cancer affects reproductive health and preservation options are growing, sparked in part by the increase in the survival rate of cancer patients. The main methods of fertility preservation are ovarian protection by GnRH agonists, cryopreservation of ovarian tissue, eggs or sperm, or of embryos after in vitro fertilization. The patient may also choose to use egg or sperm from a donor by third party reproduction rather than having biological children.

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Germplasm Bank

The Germplasm Bank is committed to providing healthy and viable seed, as well as reliable information on the collections of maize and wheat genetic resources it preserves; carrying out the activities required for seed introduction, processing, conservation, and distribution; complying with international agreements and standards; and hiring qualified staff to ensure that the requirements of our clients are met. The Bank is thus committed to complying with ISO 9001:2008 and continually improving the effectiveness of the Quality Management System. The Global Plan of Action (GPA) for plant genetic resources for food and agriculture aims to promote the conservation, sustainable utilization, and fair and equitable sharing of benefits of plant genetic resources. It is designed to contribute to the implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity in the field of food and agriculture. The Plant Genetic Resource Center's specially designed vaults currently hold some 28,000 samples of maize and teosinte, a wild relative of maize, and 140,000 Triticeae samples, including bread wheat, durum wheat, and triticale (a man-made crop developed by crossing wheat with rye), with significant collections of barley, rye, and primitive and wild relatives of wheat. The Center also maintains a living collection of Tripsacum, a more distant maize relative.

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Immune banking

Biobanking of the human samples to support translational research is a global movement and is now being well established across all continents. Major challenges lie in the fact on how to obtain; process and supply samples to support research projects. Biobanking activities overlap with the Anatomical Pathology activities. Collection, embedding, sectioning and storing of collected samples are done daily. All samples are provided to the researcher with the de-identified path report and verification. Researchers usually concentrate on gene expression techniques. When it comes to protein expression in the tissue, immunohistochemistry is method performed. Diagnostic laboratories perform routine immunohistochemistry on a large number of more commonly used antibodies such AE1/AE3; CD45; ER/PR/Her2. Diagnostic laboratories have no spare time that is required to standardize and optimize novel antibodies which researchers are applying in their study. This is the point where we are able to offer support and utilize resources with a dual benefit. We have been optimizing anti NR1D1 (nuclear receptor for squamous cell carcinoma) for thyroid study; caspase 3, 8 and 9 (cell apoptosis) in breast cancer study; F4/80 in mouse model for macrophage/inflammation detection just to mention few. We support research work and continue to learn more about possibilities of immunohistochemistry. All slides obtained are scanned to get digital image. All results obtained from immunohistochemistry are interpreted by anatomical pathologist.

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Biobank Applications

Population banks: Biomarkers of susceptibility and population identity and their operational substrate is germinal-line DNA from a huge number of healthy donors, representative of a concrete country/region or ethnic cohort. Disease-oriented banks for epidemiology: biomarkers of exposure, using a huge number of samples, usually following a healthy exposed cohort/case–control design. Disease-oriented general biobanks (i.e. tumor banks): biomarkers of disease through prospective and/or retrospective collections of diseased tissues and non-diseased tissues and their derivate (DNA/RNA/proteins), usually associated to clinical data and some-times associated to clinical trials for prognostic, diagnostic and therapeutic purpose.

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Biobanking Informatics

The sequencing of the human genome, completed at the dawn of the twenty-first century, allows researchers to integrate new data on genetic risk factors with demographic and lifestyle data collected via modern communication technologies. The technical prerequisites now exist for merging these cascades of molecular genetic information, not only to national health registers, but also to epidemiology and clinical data. Long-term storage of biological materials and data is a critical component of any epidemiological or clinical study. In designing Biobanks, informatics plays a vital role for the handling of samples and data in a timely fashion. Biobank Informatics contains important elements concerning definition, structure, and standardization of information that has been gathered from a multitude of sources from population-based registries, biobanks, patient records, and from large-scale molecular measurements.

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Market Analysis in Biobanking

The global biopreservation market is expected to reach USD 3,731.03 Million by 2020 from USD 2,150.48 Million in 2015, growing at a CAGR of 11.65% between 2015 and 2020. Biopreservation is used to ensure the stability, quality and purity of biospecimens. With a CAGR of 23.7%, global market value for cryopreservation equipment used in stem cells industry is anticipated to worth US$2.2 billion by 2015. On a global scale, North America accounts for nearly 35% of the market and will likely witness a higher growth rate in the upcoming years, in comparison with UK biobanks. While US accounts for the highest share of the global market value on a country basis, India and China surpasses the US in terms of growth rate anticipated in the near future. As per our analysis, freezers represent more than half of the cryopreservation equipment market value while Cyropreservative reagents stand for a share of close to 20%. The global biobanking market is poised for rapid growth between 2015 and 2020. The drivers include increasing healthcare expenditure, growing demand for preserving new-born’s stem cells, increasing R&D spending on research, and increasing adoption of regenerative medicine.

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The global biobanking market is expected to reach USD 3,731.03 Million by 2020 from USD 2,150.48 Million in 2015, growing at a CAGR of 11.65% between 2015 and 2020. Biopreservation is used to ensure the stability, quality and purity of biospecimens.

The global biopreservation market is poised for rapid growth between 2015 and 2020. The drivers include increasing healthcare expenditure, growing demand for preserving new-born’s stem cells, increasing R&D spending on research, and increasing adoption of regenerative medicine.

With a CAGR of 23.7%, global market value for cryopreservation equipments used in stem cells industry is anticipated to worth US$2.2 billion by 2015. On a global scale, North America accounts for nearly 35% of the market and will likely witness a higher growth rate in the upcoming years, in comparison with Asia-Pacific. While US accounts for the highest share of the global market value on a country basis, India and China surpasses the US in terms of growth rate anticipated in the near future. As per our analysis, freezers represent more than half of the cryopreservation equipments market value while cropreservative reagents stand for a share of close to 20%.

Increasing healthcare expenditure will aid the growth of the biopreservation market. Healthcare expenditure constitutes a significant part of the development budget of all countries. It consists of spending by both public and private sources on medical goods and services. Rapid economic development across the globe is expected to improve access to quality healthcare. Increasing healthcare expenditure will lead to a rise in the demand for quality healthcare and will be an important growth driver for the biopreservation market.

According to estimates from the World Bank, global healthcare spending increased at a CAGR of 6.97% from 2003 to 2013, from USD 3,786 Billion in 2003 to USD 7,427 Billion in 2013. In this period, public healthcare spending increased at a CAGR of 7.28%, from USD 2,198 Billion in 2003 to USD 4,440 Billion in 2013. This high growth rate, along with the substantial size of healthcare spending, will act as an important driver for biobanks, hospitals and gene banks, which are the major end-user segments of the biopreservation media & equipment market.

The biopreservation market is segmented on the basis of by products, biospecimens, applications, and end users. Products segments included in the report are biopreservation media & biopreservation equipment. Biopreservation media had the largest share of the biopreservation media & equipment market in 2015 and biopreservation equipment are expected to grow at the highest CAGR between 2015 and 2020. The biopreservation media segment is further divided on the basis of type into nutrient media, sera and growth factors & supplements. Biopreservation equipment segment is further divided into temperature control systems, incubators, centrifuges, alarms & monitoring systems, accessories and other equipment. Temperature control systems segment is further classified into freezers, refrigerators, cryogenic storage systems, thawing equipment.

On the basis of biospecimens, the report is segmented into human tissue samples, stem cells, organs and other biospecimens. On the basis of applications; the report is segmented into therapeutic, research, clinical trials and other applications. The therapeutic applications had the largest share of the biopreservation media & equipment market in 2015. The research applications are expected to one of the fastest growing applications between 2015 and 2020.The scope of US biobanks are morr than the UK biobanks.

The geographic segments included in this report are North Americas, Europe, Asia and Rest of the World (RoW). North America has the largest share of this market in 2015, while Asia is expected to grow at the fastest rate during the forecast period. Growth in the Asian biopreservation media & equipment market will primarily be driven by the increasing healthcare spending and growing population in this region.

The major players in the biopreservation media, Cryopreservation & equipment market include Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. (U.S.), Sigma-Aldrich Corporation (U.S.), VWR Corporation (U.S.), Biolife Solutions, Inc. (U.S.), Lifeline Scientific, Inc. (U.S.), Cesca Therapeutics, Inc. (U.S.), BioCision, LLC (U.S.), Core Dynamics, Ltd. (Israel), Custom Biogenic Systems, Inc. (U.S.), So-Low Environmental Equipment Co., Inc. (U.S.) and Princeton Cryotech, Inc. (U.S.).

Biobanking-2015

Biobanking-2015 Past Conference Report

Sensing the raising importance of Biobanks, OMICS International hosted the “International Conference & Exhibition on Tissue Preservation and Bio-banking” (Biobanking-2015), during July 20-22, 2015 in Barcelona, Spain with a theme “Emerging tissue preservation trends for sustainable development”. Benevolent response and active participations were received from the Editorial Board Members of OMICS International Journals as well as from the Biobank project managers, Embryologists, Hematologists, Stem Cell researchers, Scientists, Doctors, Students and Leaders from the fields of Cell and Stem Cell Research, who made this event inspiringly successful.

The Biobanking-2015 Conference was carried out through various sessions with discussions on the following thought provoking and cerebrating scientific tracks:

Human Cancer Biobank

Bio-repository and Biospecimen

Fertility Preservation

Cryopreservation

Vitrification

Tissue Screening, Preparation and Antibiotic Sterilization

Role of Biobank in Genomics and Personalized Medicine

Biobanking in Microbiology

Overcoming the Challenges – Next Generation Biobanking

Neuro Biobank

Social, Political and Ethical Aspects in Biobanking

Issues to Future and many more…

The conference was initiated and embarked with an opening ceremony followed by workshop and a series of lectures delivered by both Honorable Guests and members of the Keynote forum. The peerless people who promulgated the theme with their exquisite talks were;

Temple F Smith, Boston University, USA

William Ritchie, Monash Biomed, UK

Youhe Gao, Beijing Normal University, China

Maui Hudson, University of Waikato, New Zealand

OMICS International on behalf of Organizing Committee Members and Editorial Board Members congratulates the Best Poster Awardees and Young Research Awardees for their outstanding contribution in the field of Biobanking and simultaneously encourage all the participants who tried to put their efforts in poster presentations and wish them success in their future research.

Best Poster Awardees

Aline Azevedo, Universidade Federal de São Paulo, Brazil       

Title: A retrospective study comparing vitrification versus slow freezing for cryopreservation of human cleavage stage embryos.

Estefania Paredes Rosendo, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, USA.

Title: Vitrification and ultra-rapid laser warming;

Best Young Research Awardees

Arne Hoffman, VU Medisch Centrum, Netherlands

Title: Towards a Dutch national tissue bank portal: One portal to access all pathology archives for research

Bram Vekeman, Ghent University, Belgium

Title: Preservation of microbial pure cultures and mixed communities

Ahmed Lotfy, Mansoura University, Egypt       
Title: Does the cryopreservation affect stem cells potential?

OMICS International offers its heartfelt appreciation to Societies and Organizations such as BBMRI-IT, Italy, also obliged to the Organizing Committee Members, adepts of field, various outside experts, company representatives and other eminent personalities who interlaced with OMICS International in supporting and making the conference as never before one.

Your rejoinder is our inspiration; keeping this motto in mind and being witnessed the triumph of Biobanking-2015, OMICS International is delighted to announce the next event. Mark your calendars for the upcoming extravaganza, "2nd International Conference & Exhibition on Tissue Preservation & Bio-banking"(Biobanking-2015) to be held during August 18-19, 2016 in Portland, USA.


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Cell Science-2014

The 4th World Congress on Cell Science & Stem Cell Research (Cellscience-2014) was organized by OMICS Group Inc., held in Valencia, Spain during June 24-26 2014. Cellscience-2014 provides an essential platform for the dissemination of ground-breaking research with a theme " To Explore & Exploit Cell Science and Stem Cell Research  which covers a wide range of critically important sessions in the field of Medicine, which offers new hope to bringing cell- biology and stem cell based therapies closer to the clinic. Cellscience-2014 featured leading researchers and scientists from prestigious word wide institutions, who have made significant endowment to the field of stem cell biology. Cellscience-2014 is a great opportunity for the open exchange of scientific ideas, and directly supports the center’s mission of innovation and excellence. Cellscience-2014 also features two international symposia and scientific poster session which provides the opportunity to network and discuss new scientific questions.

The conference was marked with the attendance of young and brilliant researchers, business delegates and talented student communities representing more than 30 countries, who have driven this event into the path of success.

The conference was initiated with a warm welcome note from Honorable guests. The proceedings went through interactive sessions and panel discussions headed by James L. Sherley, The Adult Stem Cell Technology Center, LLC, USA; honorable Moderator for the conference.

The conference proceedings were carried out through various Keynote-presentations by:

  • Dr. Sudhakar YakkantiSRI International, USA
  • Dr. James L. Sherley, The Adult Stem Cell Technology Center, LLC, USA
  • Dr. Christian Drapeau, Stemtech International, Inc., USA
  • Dr. Ornella Parolini, International Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS), Italy

Also, the conference proceeding was encouraged through the wonderful International Symposium on “Fetal - derived stem cells characteristics and application” organized by Dr. Ornella Parolini, International Placenta Stem Cell Society, (IPLASS), Italy and International Symposium on Stem Cell DNA Segregation and Genetic Fidelity,  is organized by James L. Sherley, The Adult Stem Cell Technology Center, LLC, USA.

OMICS Group has taken the privilege of felicitating Cell Science-2014 Organizing Committee, Editorial Board Members and Keynote Speakers who supported for the success of this event. OMICS Group, on behalf of the conference exhibitors congratulates the Best Poster awardees for their outstanding performance in the field of Cell Science & Stem Cell Research and appreciates all the participants who put their efforts in poster presentations and sincerely wishes them success in future endeavors.

The esteemed guests, Keynote speakers, well-known researchers and delegates shared their innovative research and vast experience through their fabulous presentations at the podium of grand Cell Science-2014. We are glad to inform that all accepted abstracts for the conference have been indexed in OMICS Group Journal of Cell Science & Therapy andJournal of Stem Cell research & Therapy as a special issue. Basing on the conference theme, "To Explore & Exploit Cell Science and Stem Cell Research speakers recommended organizing the conference in the field of Cell Science and Stem Cell Research also in the next year.

We are also obliged to various experts, company representatives and other eminent personalities who supported the conference by facilitating active discussion forums. We sincerely thank the Organizing Committee Members for their gracious presence, support, and assistance towards the success of Cell Science-2013.

Best poster awards:

TitleThyroid hormones growth factor effect in ovarian cancer: Old players, new game        
Elena Shinderman, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Title: GITRL Expressing MSCs Affect in vitro Growth of Small Cell Lung Cancer     
Kopru Cagla Z, Hacettepe University, Turkey

Title: MSX1 – function of the gene in the intestinal epithelium and colorectal cancer            
Monika Horázná, Charles University in Prague, Prague

Title: A new human uterine cervical mesenchymal stem cell line with potent breast tumor growth-inhibiting properties   
Noemí Eiró, Fundación Hospital de Jove, Spain 

Title: Site specific expression of the Wnt signaling target gene Nkd1 in mouse intestine and liverStancíkova JitkaIMG AV CR, Czech Republic

Conference Proceedings

With the fabulous feedback from the speakers, OMICS Group would like to announce the commencement of the "5th World Congress on Cell Science & Stem Cell Research" to be held during March 23-25, 2015 at Chicago, USA.


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Cell Science-2013

The 3rd World Congress on Cell Science & Stem Cell Research was organized by OMICS Group Inc., during November 20-22, 2013 at DoubleTree by Hilton Baltimore-BWI Airport, USA. Active participation and generous response was received from the Organizing Committee Members, Editorial Board Members of OMICS Group Journals, scientists, researchers, as well as experts in the Medicine, Non-government organizations, and students from diverse groups who made this conference as one of the most successful and productive events in 2013 from OMICS Group.

The conference was marked with the attendance of young and brilliant researchers, business delegates and talented student communities representing more than 25 countries, who have driven this event into the path of success.

The conference was initiated with a warm welcome note from Honorable guests. The proceedings went through interactive sessions and panel discussions headed by Georg F. Weber, University of Cincinnati, USA; honorable Moderator for the conference.

The conference proceedings were carried out through various Keynote-presentations by:

Dr. Mahendra S. Rao, NIH Center for Regenerative Medicine, USA

Dr. Diana Anderson, University of Bradford, UK

Dr. Haval Shirwan, University of Louisville, USA

Dr. Sudhakar Akul Yakkanti, Center for Cancer & Metabolism, SRI International, USA

Dr. Stavros Taraviras, University of Patras, Greece

Also, the conference proceeding was encouraged through the wonderful Symposium on “Neutral stem cells: Generation and applications” organized by Dr. Xin-Fu Zhou, University of South Australia, Australia

OMICS Group has taken the privilege of felicitating Cell Science-2013 Organizing Committee, Editorial Board Members and Keynote Speakers who supported for the success of this event. OMICS Group, on behalf of the conference exhibitors congratulates the Best Poster awardees for their outstanding performance in the field of Cell Science & Stem Cell Research and appreciates all the participants who put their efforts in poster presentations and sincerely wishes them success in future endeavors.

The esteemed guests, Keynote speakers, well-known researchers and delegates shared their innovative research and vast experience through their fabulous presentations at the podium of grand Cell Science-2013. We are glad to inform that all accepted abstracts for the conference have been indexed in OMICS Group Journal of Cell Science & Therapy andJournal of Stem Cell research & Therapy as a special issue. Basing on the conference theme, "Explore the Novel Research in Cell Science and Stem Cell Research” speakers recommended organizing the conference in the field of Cell Science and Stem Cell Research also in the next year.

We are also obliged to various experts, company representatives and other eminent personalities who supported the conference by facilitating active discussion forums. We sincerely thank the Organizing Committee Members for their gracious presence, support, and assistance towards the success of Cell Science-2013. With the unique feedback from the speakers, OMICS Group would like to announce the commencement of the "4th World Congress on Cell Science & Stem Cell Research" to be held during June 24-26, 2014 at Valencia, Spain.


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Cell Therapy-2012

2nd World Congress on Cell Science & Stem Cell Research, hosted by the OMICS Group was held on November 12-14, 2012 at Hilton San Antonio Airport, USA. Generous response and active participation was received from the Editorial Board Members of OMICS Group Journals as well as from Researchers, Scientists from Stem Cell research institutes, Cancer research institutes, Government Organizations, Principal Investigators from NCI & NIH and world renowned experts who made this conference as one of most successful and productive events in 2012 from OMICS Group. 

The conference was carried out through various sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following scientific tracks:

  • Stem Cell Therapy
  • Cancer Cell Therapy
  • Stem-Cell Transplantation
  • Tissue Engineering
  • Cell Science & Development
  • Advances in Gene & Stem Cell Therapy
  • Organ Specific Stem Cells
  • Stem Cell Medicine: Social and Political Challenges
  • Pluripotency and Differentiation
  • Regulation of Stem Cells
  • Epigenetic Reprogramming

The conference was initiated with a series of keynote addresses by well-known speakers

Dr. David T. Harris, University of Arizona, USA,
Dr. Lee Buckler, Cell Therapy Group, USA,
Dr. Gene P. Siegal, University of Alabama, USA,
Dr. Diana Anderson, University of Bradford, UK
Dr. Oleksandr Kukharchuk, A.A. Shalimov AMS of Ukraine, Ukraine

Conference Proceedings

All accepted abstracts have been indexed in OMICS Group Journal of Cell Science & Therapy with DOI as a special issue 8 of under volume 3 . 

We are also obliged to various outside experts, company representatives and other eminent personalities who supported the conference by facilitating the discussion forums. Our sincere thanks to Organizing Committee Members for their gracious presence, support and assistance towards Cell Science-2012, and with their unique feedback, OMICS Group would like to announce the"3rd International Conference Cell Science & Stem Cell Research” to be held at DoubleTree by Hilton Baltimore-BWI Airport, USA on November 20-22, 2013.


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Cell Science-2011

The International Conference and Exhibition on Cell Science & Stem Cell Research (Cell Science-2011), hosted by the OMICS Group was held on Nov 29-Dec 01, 2011 in Philadelphia Airport Marriott, USA.

Cell Science-2011, helped to open new ideas, advanced technologies, innovative approaches towards Cell Science and Stem Cell Research. Several speakers from almost 30 countries have participated in this conference which was carried out through several sessions with the theme "To Share Novel Approaches of Stem Cell Research."

Conference highlighted the following topics:

Stem cell therapy

Cancer Cell therapy

Stem-cell transplantation

Tissue Engineering

Cell Science & Development

Advances in Gene therapy

Organ Specific Stem Cells

Genetics & Genomics

Research Trend of Regenerative Medicine

Regulatory and Economical Aspects in Cell Science and Stem Cell Research

Cell based Therapies of Blood Diseases: Malignant and Non-malignant & Cell Line Development

The Luxurious accommodation during the conference also created a relaxed and informal atmosphere with aright setting for highly interactive sessions where the speakers shared the knowledge on current issues and strategies of Cell Science & Stem Cell Research.

We take an immense pleasure in thanking our Keynote Speakers:

Dr. Darwin J. Prockop, Texas A&M Health Science Center, USA

Dr. Mahin Khatami, Retired National Cancer Institute, USA

Dr. Caroline Hoemann, Ecole Polytechnique, Canada

Dr. Stephen J. Beebe, Old Dominion University, USA

Dr. Leonora Buzanska, Mossakowski Medical Research Centre, PAS, Poland

Conference Proceedings

We are grateful to all speakers, scientific societies, governmental and non-governmental institutions, professors, scientists from throughout the world for their commitment and the support. We would like to thank our organizing committee members for providing advice on the agenda, and in supporting the conference.

Journal of Cell Science and Therapy and Journal of Stem Cell Research and Therapy have published all papers presented at this meeting as a special issue.

With the huge optimistic response from Scientific fraternity, Renowned personalities and Editorial board members of OMICS Group across the world, we would like to announce 2ndWorld Congress on Cell Science and Stem Cell Research, November 12-14, 2012 Hilton San Antonio Airport, USA. With your overwhelming support for Cell Science-2011 we wish to pioneer a way to an outstanding event.


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