Author: Biotech Express

ISSN: 2454-6968 | Biotech Express Magazine publishes articles in the field of biotechnology and allied sciences in a way that have never been presented earlier. It publishes Editorials, Guest Articles, Reports, Interviews, Current News of Govt. Academics and Business, Research Highlights and Notifications of Events, Jobs, Research Proposals in the field of Biotechnology, Biological Sciences, Life Sciences, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Neurosciences, Genetics, Medical Sciences, BioPharma etc.

The 20th edition of BioAsia, the marquee life sciences and health tech event, hosted by the Government of Telangana, will be conducted from February 24-26, 2023. Minister for Industries and Commerce, KT Rama Rao, has launched the logo and the theme “Advancing for ONE: Shaping the next generation of humanized healthcare” of BioAsia 2023. Bio Asia 2023 will bring together life sciences and healthcare leaders, academia, start-ups, regulators and investors, on one stage to deliberate on the cross-cutting themes of One Health, disruptive technologies in health, and accessibility and affordability in healthcare for all. The event will also have a start-up showcase where…

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Praj Industries Limited (Praj) on Tuesday announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Egyptian Sugar and Integrated Industries Company (ESIIC) of Egypt. As a part of this MoU, Praj and ESIIC will develop infrastructure, help formulate policy framework, and create awareness to mainstream bioeconomy in Egypt. “India’s most accomplished industrial biotech company Praj and Egypt’s largest sugar sector company ESIIC have come together to set up 1st and 2nd Generation ethanol projects in Egypt. Sugarcane bagasse and rice straw are envisaged to be feedstock for conceiving Egypt’s first 2nd Generation ethanol project,” Praj Industries said in a press release. Low-carbon…

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If vaccines are the solution to this pandemic, how can you explain all the people that have died after being vaccinated? In USA, no one likes Fauci except the people who are directly getting benefits from his speech and actions, these people are mainly the leaders who enjoy control over people and pharma companies which are making billions of dollars because of the misinformation about diseases that is spread by Anthony Fauci. Now when he is ready to leave his organization that he is controlling since 40 years, some political figures like Rand Paul Jim Jordan etc. are not ready…

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Navita Bansal1, Prachi Tyagi1, Vinutha T.1, Ramesh S.V 2*, Shelly Praveen1* 1. Division of Biochemistry, ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi 110012 2. Division of Physiology, Biochemistry and PHT, ICAR-Central Plantation Crops Research Institute, Kasaragod, Kerala 671 124 *(Author for correspondence: shellypraveen@hotmail.com) Summary Nutrition is a vital determinant of the metabolism which in turn influences the life-span of an individual. In this article we summarize and discuss the effects of nutrition on metabolic age and its repercussions on various aspects such as early puberty, mid-life crisis and late-life hurdles. Various ages of human Every individual has three different ages: (a)…

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• Australia’s largest life sciences conference, AusBiotech 2022, returns to Perth for the first time in 15 years • More than 1000 delegates registered to attend AusBiotech 2022 and 300 registered for AusBioInvest 2022 over the next three days • McGowan Government releases new prospectus promoting investment opportunities in the State’s growing health and medical life sciences industry More than 1,300 science experts and investors from around the country and the world gathered in Perth for Australia’s biggest week in biotech at the AusBiotech 2022 conference. The McGowan Government, with Business Events Perth, committed $450,000 to bring AusBiotech 2022,…

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The Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) and the Council of State Bioscience Associations (CSBA) has released new data on the US bioscience industry, indicating it was valued at $2.9 trillion dollars in 2021. The report also found that in 2021, the US industry employed 2.1 million people in over 127,000 businesses. The investigation identified that in the pandemic, the economy reduced 1.5 percent of its workforce. Since 2018, employment numbers in the industry have grown by 11 percent, totalling $2.9 trillion dollars in 2021. Sectors such as research, testing, medical labs and pharmaceutical manufacturing expanded greatly during the pandemic, due to…

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The Federation of Asian Biotech Associations (FABA), which has been offering a platform for academy- industry interactions since 2005 and career guidance, and skill development activities as part of FABA Academy from 2020, launched FABA Entrepreneurship division through organisation of Whale Tank event on 18th and 19th August in association with the leading incubation centres in the country. The purpose of this event was to attract prospective investments in bio- startups in their growth phase and strengthen India’s startup ecosystem. The event received an overwhelming response by the attendees including venture capitalists, pharmaceutical firms, leading incubators, and students. The event…

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A popular corporate-run newspaper recently ran this sensational headline, “Doctors fear those hit by Covid now vulnerable to cardiac issues.” The narrative under the headline is scary. It goes on to say that Covid-19 not only killed millions of people, the virus is leaving many more sick and vulnerable to chronic cardiac and nervous system disorders. The report goes on to describe two cases in young people in Maharashtra who had clotting and heart issues. The first, a 28-year-old who suffered from Covid-19 a year back landed up in hospital with heart issues. He weighed 130kg. The other youngster, 22-years-old,…

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Modi K, P., Sonalismita M., Narsingh K., Kalpita T. and Deepak Agarwal* Institute of Fisheries Postgraduate Studies, TNJFU, OMR-campus, Chennai, India-603103, *E-mail: deepabfsc@gmail.com Abstract: Aquaculture is the fastest growing sector that provides highly nutritious food to mitigate global challenges such as hunger, malnutrition, medicinal therapeutics and human health. In the past few decades, the fisheries sector possesses potential threats of overfishing, anthropogenic activities, germplasm degradation, climate change and disease (viral, bacterial and parasitic). Advance genomics technology such as Next generation sequencing (NGS), Single molecule real-time sequencing (SMRT), Nanopore sequencing, Cas9-assisted targeting chromosome segments (CATCH) and quantum dot and signal amplification…

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Bill Gates, Serum Institute of India (SII), Drug Controller of India (DGCI), Maharashtra government and the Union government were issued notices by the Bombay High Court to respond to a petition filed by a man over his daughter’s alleged ‘vaccine death’. The man, in his plea, had blamed Covishield for his daughter’s death and demanded a compensation of Rs 1,000 crore from the Indian vaccine-maker. In 2020, the Serum Institute of India entered into a partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, to speed up the process of manufacturing and delivery of up to 100 million doses of Covidshield…

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