2020 Guangdong International Biotechnology Cooperation Conference
Conference Proceedings (EI)


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All papers, both invited and contributed, will be reviewed by two or three experts from the committees. After a careful reviewing process, all accepted papers of IBCC 2020 will be published in Conference Proceedings and submitted to EI Compendex, Scopus, CNKI for indexing.


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▍Call for paper

2020 Guangdong International Biotechnology Cooperation Conference (IBCC2020), which focuses on the core theme of 'Biotechnology', welcome the submission of papers in the fields of microbiology, microbes and human diseases, bioinformatics, genetic engineering, development and utilization of microbial resources, as well as other related fields. IBCC2020 aims to explore the relationship between human being and microorganism through integrating researches and applications in various fields, as well as to improve people's health consciousness, finally, to promote further basic research and industrial development in the field of microbiology and biotechnology.

Topics of interest are included but not limited to:

Physiological characteristics and identification of microbial communities

Immune receptors and immune response

Microbial metabolic pathways and metabolites

Genetic engineering and microbial modification

Microbes and environmental ecology

Microbial bioinformatics research and its cross-application

Development and application of marine microorganisms

Microbial contamination and detection technology

Environmental microbiology and pollution control

Discovery and development of dominant bacteria 

Clinical microbiological testing and infectious diseases

Microbes and biological enzyme systems

Drug discovery and mechanism targeted for gut microbiota

Microbial enzyme activity and bio catalysis

Gut microbiota-Host interaction

Microbial resistance characteristics and detection technology

Metabolic regulation and mechanism of gut microbiota

Microbial biofilm and bacterial polysaccharid

Immune and inflammatio

Microbial fuel cells· Microbial fuel cells