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May 28, 2021    London, UK

5th Webinar on Molecular Imaging and Dynamics

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Bernadine Cruz
10:30 AM-11:00 AM

Bernadine Cruz

United KIngdom

Title: How to Walk and Talk Like a Woman but be Heard Like a Man


She is a nationally active speaker on general pet care, emergency preparedness and veterinary medicine. Dr. Cruz is a veterinary consultant for several national television programs, and has extensive experience across all media. She hosted a one-hour live pet show on the Orange County News Channel for five years. Dr. Cruz has appeared on “Cats” on the A&E network, “Petcetera” on the Discovery Channel, “Smart Solutions” and “Help at Home” on the Home and Garden Channel. She has addressed pet health concerns on local as well as national television news broadcasts such as the Today Show the Early Show and the Doctors. Dr. Cruz was the source of pet care education to listeners on KKGO in Los Angeles for over two years. She also graced the airwaves on the CBS radio affiliate in Los Angeles, “KNX 10.70 News Radio” with pet health tips. She presently can be seen in thousands of veterinary offices coast to coast on the in clinic educational series “PetCare TV,” and provides answers to internet using pet owners on WebMD as one of AVMA’s expert consultants. For the past six years, she has serves as the host of the internet based radio show ‘the Pet Doctor’ heard on Dr. Bernadine Cruz is a certified member of the Association of American Veterinary Journalists.


Bernadine D. Cruz, D.V.M., is an associate veterinarian at Laguna Hills Animal Hospital, Laguna Hills, Calif. She specializes in companion animal medicine and has been practicing veterinary medicine for more than 20 years. Dr. Cruz received her doctor of veterinary medicine degree from the University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.

  Muhammad Irfan Shah
10:00 AM-10:30 AM

Title: Comparison of ?-Amylase producing bacteria between cultivated and uncultivated soil in Faisalabad, Pakistan.


 Amylases are extracellular enzymes that degrade polysaccharides such as starch into simple sugars. These are mostly used in pharmaceutical, food, textile, paper, chemical industries, medical fields and clinical research for diagnosis. The purpose of current study was to isolate and compare the α-amylase producing bacteria and their enzymatic potential in both cultivated and uncultivated soil. A total of 40 different soil samples 20 of each both cultivated and uncultivated soil were collected from different areas of Faisalabad in sterile plastic bags. The soil samples were processed by 10-fold serial dilution and spread plate method on Nutrient agar. Bacterial identification was done by colony morphology, microscopic characteristics, including Gram Staining and Biochemical tests according to Burgey’s Manual of Determinative Bacteriology. The α-amylase producing bacteria were identified on 1% soluble starch agar plates by flooding Iodine solution.


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