Call for Abstract

3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Probiotics, Functional and Baby Foods , will be organized around the theme “Probiotics in better way: Prolongation of life by optimistic studies”

Probiotics-2014 is comprised of 15 tracks and 107 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Probiotics-2014.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Probiotics, prebiotics and symbiotics
  • Track 1-2Probiotics in Baby Foods
  • Track 1-3Probiotics as food
  • Track 1-4Nutritional properties of probiotics
  • Track 1-5Popular probiotic foods and beverages
  • Track 1-6Microbes as probiotics - Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, Yeast, Escherichia coli
  • Track 1-7Clinical research on probiotics
  • Track 1-8Types of probiotics: Recombinant, designer, eco and non-dairy probiotics
  • Track 1-9Role in adolescent health
  • Track 2-1Probiotic and food product retail management
  • Track 2-2Probiotic product marketing
  • Track 2-3New technologies in probiotic and food production
  • Track 2-4Advances in QC and QA in probiotic and food production
  • Track 2-5Consumer awareness of probiotic and food products
  • Track 2-6Cost effective probiotic and food products for consumers
  • Track 2-7Risk management in probiotics and food business
  • Track 3-1Production of probiotic supplements
  • Track 3-2Oral vaccine developments
  • Track 3-3Biomarker efficacy and clinical research on probiotics
  • Track 3-4Antioxidant properties of probiotics
  • Track 3-5Genomics, transcriptomics and metabolomics in probiotics development
  • Track 3-6Interactions of probiotics with enzymes
  • Track 3-7Nutrition, immunology, and genetics: Future perspectives
  • Track 3-8Research and development of functional and medical food products
  • Track 4-1Human host-microbiome interactions in health and disease
  • Track 4-2Microbial diversity and functionality in health and disease
  • Track 4-3Probiotics and atherosclerosis - A new challenge
  • Track 4-4Obesity metabolic syndrome and the human microbiome
  • Track 4-5Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Track 4-6Gastrointestinal disease
  • Track 4-7Probiotic food and cancer
  • Track 5-1Gut microbiology
  • Track 5-2Microbiome of the GIT and healthy ageing
  • Track 5-3Modulation of the intestinal micro-flora
  • Track 5-4Intestinal "omics"
  • Track 5-5Molecular techniques for the exploration of microbial gut communities
  • Track 5-6Stimulation of the intestinal immune system
  • Track 5-7Mucosal health and integrity
  • Track 5-8Mucin-bacterial interactions in the human digestive tract
  • Track 6-1Role of probiotics in a child
  • Track 6-2Probiotic intervention strategies in paediatric practice
  • Track 6-3Modern nutrition for the modern child
  • Track 6-4Formula-fed infants vs. breast-fed infants
  • Track 6-5Role of probiotics in allergic diseases
  • Track 6-6Probiotics in prevention of acute diarrhoea
  • Track 6-7Probiotics in child food
  • Track 7-1Micro ecology, obesity, and probiotics
  • Track 7-2Effects of probiotics on child obesity
  • Track 7-3Gut bacteria-obesity
  • Track 7-4Studies on probiotics and weight loss
  • Track 7-5Nutrition and obesity prevention
  • Track 7-6Probiotics fight obesity during pregnancy
  • Track 7-7Management of metabolic syndrome through probiotic and prebiotic interventions
  • Track 7-8Probiotics as a factor in preventing obesity
  • Track 7-9Health risks associated with obesity
  • Track 7-10Benefits of probiotic weight loss
  • Track 8-1Immunology of infectious diseases
  • Track 8-2Biological transformations
  • Track 8-3Quorum sensing and quorum quenching
  • Track 8-4Nosocomial pneumonia
  • Track 8-5Antibiotic resistance and intestinal microbiota: A role of probiotics?
  • Track 9-1Elimination of lactose intolerance
  • Track 9-2Antidiabetic and anticarcinogenic properties
  • Track 9-3Antihypertensive and hypocholesterolemic properties
  • Track 9-4Anti-diarrheal properties
  • Track 9-5Nutritional benefits of fermented foods
  • Track 9-6Probiotics - Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) status and safety concerns
  • Track 10-1Probiotics as complementary and alternative medicine
  • Track 10-2Nutritional and medical benefits
  • Track 10-3Probiotics in immune system
  • Track 10-4Probiotics in women
  • Track 10-5Obesity, Type II diabetes and probiotics
  • Track 10-6Oral cavity and probiotics
  • Track 10-7Probiotics as bio-therapeutic agents
  • Track 10-8Biofilms and probiotics
  • Track 10-9Probioceuticals and bacteriocins
  • Track 10-10Hormones and probiotics
  • Track 11-1Food science and technology
  • Track 11-2Food microbial populations - Identification and characterization of novel strains
  • Track 11-3Rapid identification for food borne pathogens
  • Track 11-4Food engineering
  • Track 11-5Probiotic foods and beverages
  • Track 11-6Vitamins, minerals and nutritional supplements
  • Track 11-7Food poisoning
  • Track 11-8Single Cell Protein (SCP)
  • Track 11-9Probiotics as a souce of functional and medical food
  • Track 12-1Dairy technology in Probiotic products
  • Track 12-2Microbial metabolism of dairy components
  • Track 12-3Pasteurization
  • Track 12-4Probiotic yogurt and dairy products
  • Track 13-1Microbial selection and processing
  • Track 13-2Microbial metabolism and fermentation process
  • Track 13-3Industrial enzymology and microbial screening
  • Track 13-4Microbial biochemistry and biotechnology
  • Track 13-5Nano-biotechnology for fermentation applications
  • Track 13-6Biochemical engineering
  • Track 14-1Future perspectives of probiotics in aquaculture
  • Track 14-2Probiotic bacteria as biological control agents in aquaculture
  • Track 14-3Ecological aquaculture
  • Track 14-4Applications of probiotics in aquaculture
  • Track 15-1Understanding the role of probiotics in veterinary medicine
  • Track 15-2Probiotics and prebiotics in pets
  • Track 15-3Use of probiotics in poultry, rabbits, dogs, cats and horses
  • Track 15-4Probiotic to treat gut disorders in pets
  • Track 15-5Veterinary probiotic clinical trials
  • Track 15-6Prevention and management of infections by probiotics in pets
  • Track 15-7The benefits of probiotic supplements for animals