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A prognostic approach towards Type 2 Diabetic Retinopathy-Scientific Conference Bangalore

Type 2 Diabetic retinopathy (T2DR) is a serious sight-threatening disease and the leading cause of blindness among people with diabetes. MicroRNAs are small non-coding RNA molecules which play a key role in controlling gene expression and certain biological processes. Studies show that dysregulation of microRNAs may lead to various diseases including T2DR, and thus, may be useful biomarkers for disease detection. Therefore, identifying biomarkers like microRNAs as a tool for the early and specific detection of T2DR, have great potential for diagnostic purposes.

Diversity of gut microbiota in autism reveals differential abundance of various bacterial species-CME medical conference 2017

TGut microbiome play an important role in early development and predisposition to disease. Gut-Brain axis provides bidirectional communicational route; imbalance of which can have pathophysiological consequences. Various factors play a role in the development of the gut microbiome. Gut dysbiosis is a frontier in autism research and affects 85% of autistic children (NIH report). Their microbiome typically has few overall microbes and smaller number of health promising microbes than their neurotypical peers. In view of this we have made an attempt to check the hypothesis that the gut microbes affect the brain thus altering the behaviour of an individual.

When Genomics and Personalised Medicine Meet “Tiny” Theranostics: Policy Concerns-personalised medicine conference 2017

Recent years have seen great strides being made in the “tiny” domains of microsurgery and nanomedical research and interventions (Leary 2006; Good, Monteiro, Skwarczynski and Toth 2014; Bagchi 2017; Caster, Patel, Zhang and Wang 2017; Mixson 2017). The establishment of links between genetics and personalised medicine dates back by several decades (Anderson 1985, 1988; Buchanan, Brock, Daniels and Wikler 2001; Gert, Culver and Clouser 2006), following the seminal discoveries relating to molecular genetics (Watson 1965; Sundar Rajan 2003/2016).

Diversity of gut microbiota in autism reveals differential abundance of various bacterial species-personalised medicine conference 2017

Gut microbiome play an important role in early development and predisposition to disease. Gut-Brain axis provides bidirectional communicational route; imbalance of which can have pathophysiological consequences. Various factors play a role in the development of the gut microbiome. Gut dysbiosis is a frontier in autism research and affects 85% of autistic children (NIH report).

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