Introduction to Biotechnology

  1. Genetic Engineering : Changing the phenotype of the host organism by introducing the DNA and RNA of foreign organism.
  2. Bioprocess Engineering: Growing only desired microbes using chemical processes for the production of vaccines, enzymes, antibiotics, etc.
  1. Possibility of linking a gene with a native plasmid
  2. Cutting of DNA from desired points
  3. Integration of alien DNA using plasmid DNA as vectors.
  1. Identifying DNA which has the desired genes
  2. Introducing it in the host organism’s plasmid
  3. Observing if it has attached and replicates

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