Call for Paper ICPPM 2018

This Conference is organized by Department of Chemistry, Department of Pharmacy at University of Bengkulu. We cordialy invites scholars, lecturers, researchers, practitioners, graduate students to submit papers to be presented in The 1st International Conference on Chemistry, Pharmacy and Medical Sciences (ICCPM).
Please be aware that we are accepting electronic submissions only and due to the tight schedule, the participants who registered with full paper only, could attend this conference.
Please use this FULL PAPER templates and submit your paper using this link:

PUBLICATION POLICY
The Accepted Paper will be published on AIP Conference Proceedings http://aip.scitation.org/journal/apc (Indexed By Scopus)

5 Selected papers related to a topic of chemistry, pharmacy and medical will be published in
1. International Journal of ………. (Q3) indexed by Scopus
2. Journal of
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5 selected paper will be publshed in National Accredited Journals by Kementerian Riset, Teknologi dan Pendidikan Tinggi
1. AAA
2. BBBB
3. CCCC

IMPORTANT DATES

Registration : By September 20th, 2018
Full paper submission (for Proceeding) : October 1st, 2018

One Reply to “Call for Paper ICPPM 2018”

  1. Yth Panitian ICCPM Jurusan Kimia FMIPA UNIB
    di bawah ini saya sampaikan abstrak saya utk dapat diertakan pada seminar internasional yang anda adakan. Jika masih bisa submit, saya akan segera kirimkan full papernya. terima kasih.

    THE PROFILE OF EXON 1 FRAGMENT DNA SEQUENCE OF TYROSINASE GENE FOUND IN THE HUMAN ALBINISM AT THE DISTRICT OF KEDURANG SOUTH BENGKULU

    Choirul Muslim*) and Sipriyadi*)
    *) The Department of Biology FMIPA Universitas Bengkulu. Indonesia.

    The last more than ten years, we have been elucidated a leaky type mutation of OCA1b albinism at the district of Kedurang South Bengkulu, on the basis of pedigree analysis and the development of eyes, hairs and skin color. Most of the person was born with pail or colorless skin, hairs and eyes; but as slowly as they are growing, their skin and hairs gradually developed the melanin pigment into normal. In order to obtain the sequence of exon 1 the tyrosinase fragment, we took the blood sample from the peoples, extracted the DNA and run for PCR with two pairs of primers under the conditions of Gieble et al, 1991. The PCR products were then sequenced to P.T. Charoen Pokphand Jakarta, Indonesia. In oder to find out the putative mutation site and relate to the phenotypic characters, the sequences were alignated and compare with Gieble et al 1991 sequences. The results showed that for the exon 1 tyrosinase genes, there are two product of PCR designated as PCR 1 (527bp) and PCR 2 (425bp). The sequences revealed that there are some sites that considered as deletion and substitution mutation types. The deletion sites were at codon number 80 (T), and 42(G), that leads to unrecovered albinism. At another recovered albinism persons we found the nucleotide alternation on the codon site 190 (GGG/gly  AGG/arg), and 218 (TGG/trp AGG/arg). The predicted consequences for the null and leaky mutation types were proposed.

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