Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Immunochemistry is a division of chemistry that involves the study of  chemical reactions  between the cells of the immune system and their molecular mechanisms, particularly the nature of antibodies, antigens and their interactions.

  •    Immunoprecipitation
  •    Immunoelectrophoretic
  •    Immunofixation
  •    Immunonephelometric
  •    Immunoturbidimetry

Computational immunology is a field of science that includes high-throughput genomic and bioinformatics approaches to immunology. The Immune cell interactions and responses are converted to computational data where  the analysis and recovery is done using mathematical and computational approaches and  then convert these results into immunologically meaningful interpretations.

  •    ALPSbase 
  •    AntigenDB
  •    AntiJe
  •    BCIpep

Eco immunology is an interdisciplinary field combining aspects of immunology Study of immune cells evolutionary aspects and their physiological appearances which help in the cell interactions and. In the  field of Eco immunology, involves the cell interactions with the neighbouring cells by the cell bound receptors

  •    Behavioral immune system
  •    Abiotic environment.
  •    Non-immunological
  •    Traditional immunity.
  •    Self-medication

Immunomics Is a branch of bioinformatics which involves tools to visualize biological networks and infer interrelationships between genes and/or proteins with help of  genomic and proteomic technologies  to understand  the immune system functions and their regulations

  •  Genomic
  •  Proteomic
  •  Immunomic microarrays
  •  Lymphochip
  •  T- and- B-cell-epitope mapping tools

Studies the It is a relation between skeletal system and immune system where the immune cells responsible for growth  of  bones and skeletal system  comprises of mechanisms between the two systems in vertebrates, including ligands, receptors, signalling molecules and transcription factors., osteoimmunology has been explored clinically for the treatment of bone metastases, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), osteoporosis, osteopetrosis, and periodontitis. Studies in osteoimmunology reveal relationships between molecular communication among blood cells and structural pathologies in the body.

  •    System similarities
  •    Crosstalk
  •    Clinical osteoimmunology
  •    Bone metabolism
  •    Immune mediator

Is the study of immune The allergies and the dysfunction of immune system due to the xenobiotics immunosuppressants causes. Dysfunction of immune system like inflammatory-based diseases or pathologies. Because the immune system plays a critical role in host resistance to disease as well as in normal homeostasis of an organism, identification of immunotoxin risk is significant in the protection of human, animal and wildlife health.

  •   Immunosuppression
  •   Xenobiotic.
  •   Developmental Immunotoxicology
  •    Hypersensitivity
  •    Immunodisfunction

Is a branch of medicine that cures the diseases caused to the immune system by the analysis of  pathogenicity of organism and, organ system, or disease with respect to the immune system, immunity, and immune responses & also infection caused due to the nonrecognition of  self-cells of immune system. It could be due to mismatch between pathogen and host species, and often occurs when an animal pathogen infects a human

  •  Anatomical pathology
  •   Clinical pathology
  •   Antigen specific
  •   Antigen nonspecific 
  •    Immunodeficiency

Reproductive immunology refers to a field of medicine that studies relations  between the immune cells and organs  related to the reproductive system growth and development  medicines help in the  maternal immune tolerance towards the fetus, or immunological interactions across the blood-testis barrier. And also clinical studies of  fertility problems, recurrent miscarriages and pregnancy complications

  •    Maternal immune tolerance
  •    Blood-testis barrier
  •    Fertility clinics
  •    Anti sperm antigen
  •    Autoagglutination

The medicines deal with the cure and repair of pulmonary organs  by secretion of secretory A immunoglobulins  & contrast in the alveolar zones there are macrophages and lymphocytes which are either free in the alveolar lumen or present in the pulmonary interstitial tissue

  •   Lung Diseases
  •   Lymphocytes immune.
  •   Lung immunology
  •   Eosinophil
  •   Tracheobronchial epithelium

Immunohematology is a branch of haematology which studies antigen-antibody reactions and similar phenomena and  Characterization of blood disorders based on their pathogenicity and membrane bound organelles of blood cells . Immunohematology  include blood typing, cross-matching and antibody identification.

  •   RBC antigen
  •   Rh factor
  •   RBC agglutination
  •   Histocompatibility
  •   Skin intestines
  •   White blood cells
  •    Antibodies
  •    Interferonss lysozyme
  •   Skin lung neck


Cardiovascular immunology is a medicine related to cardiac diseases , exploring the relation between the cardiovascular and the immune system . This crosstalk is apparent through vital immunological limits and elements of cardiovascular cell types, with cardiomyocytes, fibroblasts, endothelial cells, pericytes and heart inhabitant macrophages, the effect of variant immune function  on the improvement of cardiovascular illness, for example, atherosclerosis, direct and indirect immune-mediated heart disease and vasculitis, and the critical role of the immune system in cardiac repair and regeneration.

  •  Cardiovascular disease
  •   Heart Block
  •   Myocardial Infarction
  •    Endothelial
  •    Atherosclerosis


The body defence mechanism regularly exposed to a wide range of pathogens the goal of 'wild immunology' is to link immune phenotype with host fitness in natural environments. To achieve this requires relevant measures of immune responsiveness that are both applicable to the host-parasite interaction under study and robustly associated with measures of host and parasite fitness

  •    Phenotype
  •    Host-parasite
  •    Screening
  •    Parasite ecology
  •    Quantitative parasitology


The innate immune system is the body develops immunity relatively with  growth of human body  found in vertebrates the innate immune system is an older evolutionary defense method, relatively speaking, and it is the leading immune system response found in plants, fungi, insects, and primitive multicellular organisms.

  •  Antigen and antibody interaction
  •  Primary immune responses
  •   Secondary immune responses
  •   B lymphocytes
  •   T lymphocytes

The adaptive immune system, also known as the development of immune strength by continuous exposure to the harmful pathogens, is a subsystem of the complete immune system that is composed systemic cells and processes that eliminate pathogens or prevent their growth. one of the  main immunity strategies found in vertebrates  and also has the capacity of immunological memory

  •   White blood cells
  •   leukocytes
  •    Immunomodulatory
  •   Specific immunity
  •    Activation immunotherapy

Allergic inflammation could be an important pathophysiological feature of diverse disabilities or medical circumstances as well as allergic respiratory disease, atopic eczema, hypersensitivity reaction and several other ocular allergic diseases. Allergic reactions could typically be divided into 2 components; the first part reaction, and the late part reaction. While the contribution to the event of symptoms from every of the phases varies greatly between diseases, each square measure sometimes gift and supply United States a top-level view for understanding allergic illness

  •   Immediate hypersensitivity
  •    Cytotoxic or antibody-dependent hypersensitivity
  •    Immune complex disease
  •    Delayed-type hypersensitivity
  •    Oral tolerance and hypersensitivity

The babe, whether premature or of traditional fetal age, may be a distinctive host from associate degree medical specialty perspective. Many elements of the system operate less well in neonates compared with adults, giving rise to the conception of associate degree "immunodeficiency of immatureness." The adaptive  significance of those alterations for neonatal survival remains obscure. This review highlights several the foremost distinguished quantitative and qualitative variations between baby and adult immune systems. From a clinical point of view, the foremost vital variations seem to be reduction within the accessible bone marrow reserve of WBC precursors, reduction in humor complement activity, decreased ability to supply antibodies against microorganism polyose antigens, associate degreed inflated proportion of T lymphocytes bearing an antigenically "naive" cell surface constitution and a correspondingly naive purposeful program.

  •    Immatureness.
  •   Polyose antigens
  •   Naïve immune  cell  arrival
  •    WBC precursors
  •    Bone marrow

Plant medical specialty is that the study of however plants defend their tissues from infection. Plants don't have associate degree adaptive system however have evolved innate immune mechanisms (including the resistance proteins) to sense and reply to infections. Relative to a prone plant, malady resistance is that the reduction of microorganism growth on or within the plant (and thence a discount of disease), whereas the term malady tolerance describes plants that exhibit very little malady injury despite substantial microorganism levels. Disease outcome is decided by the multilateral  interaction of the microorganism, the plant and therefore the environmental conditions

  •   Cellular barriers
  •   Natural killer cells
  •   Immunoprophylaxis
  •   Complement system
  •   Immune complex disease

The process of production and development of vaccines that incorporates biological agents that area unit almost like disease-causing microorganisms in weakened forms it means the pathogenicity is disintegrated fromthe microorganism vaccineis a biological preparation that gives active resistance to a selected illness. A vaccine characteristically contains an agent that resembles a disease-causing microorganism and is often made from weakened or killed forms of the microbe, its toxins, or one of its surface proteins. The agent stimulates the body's system to acknowledge the agent as a threat, conclusion it, and to any acknowledge and destroy any of the microorganisms related to that agent that it may encounter in the forthcoming. Vaccines can be prophylactic (example: to prevent or ameliorate the effects of a future infection by a natural or "wild" pathogen), or relaxing (e.g., vaccines against cancer are being investigated).The management of vaccines is called vaccination. Vaccination is that the best technique of preventing infectious diseases widespread immunity because of vaccination is essentially in charge of the worldwide obliteration of variola and the restriction of diseases

  •         Innate immune system
  •         Adaptive immune system
  •         White blood cells
  •         leukocytes
  •         Immunomodulatory