Biotechnology Annual Review

Other | November 1, 2007

byEl-Gewely, M. Raafat, M. Raafat El-gewely

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Biotechnology is a diverse, complex and rapidly evolving field. Students and experienced researchers alike face the challenges of staying on top of developments in their field of specialty and maintaining a broader overview of the field as a whole. Volumes containing competent reviews on a diverse range of topics in the field fulfill the dual role of broadening and updating biotechnologists' knowledge. The current volume is an excellent example of such a book. The topics covered range from classical issues in biotechnology - such as, recent advances in all-protein chromophore technology- to topics that are focused on sequencing and recombinant vaccines. The information presented in this book will therefore will be of great value to both experienced biotechnologists and biotechnologists in training.

* Includes over 200 figures with more than 60 tables
* Discusses valuable information on pharming & transgenic plants
* Provides detailed information on the production of plasmid DNA for pharmaceutical use

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Biotechnology is a diverse, complex and rapidly evolving field. Students and experienced researchers alike face the challenges of staying on top of developments in their field of specialty and maintaining a broader overview of the field as a whole. Volumes containing competent reviews on a diverse range of topics in the field fulfill t...

Format:OtherDimensions:378 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:November 1, 2007Publisher:Elsevier Science & TechLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0080553680

ISBN - 13:9780080553689

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Foreword: Biotechnology, Health, and Peace; 1. Towards a New Era in Sequencing; 2. Optimizing Scale up Yield for Protein Production: Translation Engineering and Computationally Optimized DNA Assembly (CODA); 3. Engineering, Expression, Purification, and Production of Thermolysin, an Enzyme for Aspartame Synthesis; 4. Preparation of Recombinant Vaccines; 5. Antibody Manufacturing; 6. Pharming & Transgenic Plants; 7. Protein microarray chip technology based on Porous Silicon; 8. Production of plasmid DNA for pharmaceutical use; 9. Potentials of Phenolic Molecules from Natural Sources and their Derivatives as Anti-HIV Agents; 10. Ganoderma lucidum and its Pharmaceutically Active Compounds; 11. Citric Acid Technology; 12. Nonclinical and Clinical Development of a Nanotechnology Therapeutic.