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What is biotechnology and what does it mean to you? A review of cell structure -- The molecule of life -- Chromosome structure, DNA replication, and genomes -- RNA and protein synthesis -- Mutations: causes and consequences -- History of genetic manipulation: recombinant DNA technology.
What makes a good vector? Applications of recombinant DNA technology -- Bioinformatics: merging molecular biology with information technology -- Proteins as products.
Introduction to proteins as biotech products -- Proteins as biotechnology products -- Protein structures -- Protein production -- Protein purification methods -- Verification -- Preserving proteins -- Scale-up of protein purification -- Post-purification analysis methods -- Proteomics -- Microbial biotechnology.
The structure of microbes -- Microorganisms as tools -- Using microbes for a variety of everyday applications -- Vaccines -- Microbial genomes -- Microbial diagnostics -- Combating bioterrorism -- Plant biotechnology. Agriculture: the next revolution -- Methods used in plant transgenesis -- Practical applications in the field -- Health and environmental concerns -- Animal biotechnology.
Introduction to animal biotechnology -- Animals in research -- Clones -- Transgenic animals -- Producing human antibodies in animals -- DNA fingerprinting and forensic analysis. What is bioremediation? The power of molecular biology: detecting and diagnosing human disease conditions -- Medical products and applications of biotechnology -- Gene therapy -- The potential of regenerative medicine -- The human genome project has revealed disease genes on all human chromosomes -- Biotechnology regulations.
What is ethics?
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