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BIT's 4th Annual World Congress of Microbes 2014  (WCM2014)

26 Jun 2014 - 29 Jun 2014 - Dalian, China

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WCM-2014 will provide an ideal platform for information exchange amongst scientists from all over the world. They will discuss the latest advances and ideas in these fields. Your participation will enrich the meeting and advance our mission of furthering research and development in microbe fields. We sincerely hope you can participate and will contribute your invaluable experience and knowledge at this magnificent conference.

WCM-2014 will consist of 6 parallel symposia: 
  • 5th Annual World Congress of Virus and Infection (WCVI-2014)
  • 5th Annual International Symposia of Hepatitis (ISH-2014)
  • 4th Annual Symposia of Bacteriology and Infection (SBI-2014) 
  • 4th Annual International Symposia of Mycology (ISM-2014) 
  • 4th Annual Symposia of Antiparasites (SAP-2014) 
  • 4th Annual Symposium of Antimicrobial Drug Discovery (SADD-2014)

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