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  • Mass Spectrometry: Instrumentation and Application    By: Dr. Sandhya Sanand

    Mass spectrometry is used for identification and quantification of molecule in a complex mixture on the basis mass to charge (m/z) ratio. In this article, we have given a brief introduction on various component of mass spectrometer and its application. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Exome Sequencing: Introduction and Applications    By: Dr. Sandhya Sanand

    Exome sequencing is a potentially expanding technique having large scale implications on genomes biology. In this article, we have given a brief introduction about exome sequencing, its applications in various field along with advantages and disadvantage >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • A new ecological INVERT SUGAR SYRUP    By: Jimmy Metahysa

    A new business opportunity, the product which will make all previous acid based syrups obsolete. I provide a full report and seek partners to make this a global product. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Synthetic Seeds and their Uses    By: Pawan Kumar

    Plant propagation using artificial or synthetic seeds make a promising technique for propagation of transgenic plants, non-flowering plants, polyploidy with elite traits and plant lines with problems in seed propagation. These bypass the recombination breeding and can bring the advancement of biotechnology to the doorsteps of the farmers in a cost effective manners. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Detection of Genetically Modified Foods    By: Dr. Suresh Kaushik

    The detection and identification of GMOs in foods and other materials are derived by legal requirement and marketing demands. In order to test the amount GMOs in a consistent and reproducible way, suitable analytical methods are required. Foods derived from GM crops or raw materials such as grains are identified by tests for the presence of introduced DNA or by detecting expressed novels proteins. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Plant Based Expression of Dengue Subunit Vaccines    By: Hareepriyaw M

    A well-defined uniform antigen represents the subunit vaccine. The subunit vaccine does not involve any risk of addition of any genetic material to the person inoculated with it. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Microbial Lipase - A Wonder Bioproduct    By: Balaram Mohapatra

    This article focuses on use of microbial lipase in different industries and specific lipases like alkaline and cold active lipases that can be used as a potential bioproduct for sustainable development. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Potential of Biotechnology in Animal Feed Improvement in Developing Countries    By: Bimrew Asmare

    Demand for livestock products in the developing countries is increasing because of the increasing human population and change of lifestyle and hence productivity of animals needs to be increased through modern techniques like biotechnology. The major cause of poor livestock productivity in tropical regions of the world is inadequate nutrition... >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Genetically Modified Crops and the Myths Associated With Them    By: Maitree Baral

    The various myths and facts associated with GM crops. A dearth of critics continue to question genetically modified crops impacts socially, environmentally and economically upon today's society. But lack of concrete scientific evidence fails to present a clear picture about the various myths surrounding the various qualities as suicides, super-weeds and stealthy genes associated with GM crops. We now undertake a sequential analysis of the various myths surrounding GM crops. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Carotenoids- Introduction, Origin and Properties    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    Carotenoids occur primarily in photosynthetic organisms but sometimes in nonphotosynthetic bacteria and eukaryotes as well. The carotenogenic organisms that predominantly carried out anoxygenic photosynthesis were eubacteria and cyanobacteria. Red and green algae, and terrestrial plants acquired stable endosymbionts complement carotenoids to prokaryotes, other fungi, and other algae >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Automated DNA Sequencing Technology- Near-Infrared Applications    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    The Human Genome Project, initiated in the year 1991, generated numerous activities in the field of DNA sequencing. The project not only generated data on humans and model genomes but also paved way for the development of better technology and automated the process for obtaining sequenced data. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Effects of Biogas Residues on Crop Production and Environment    By: Dilruba Peya

    The amount of biogas slurry residues has increased significantly worldwide due to people interest in utilizing renewable energy. Biogas residues are generated from anaerobic degradation of various types of urban and rural organic garbage and have been recommended as bio-fertilizers because of its valuable macro-nutrients and micro-nutrients and high content of ammonium. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Biosensor - An Integrative Detector - Characteristics, Types and Applications    By: Geetanjali Murari

    The device which produces electric signals from biological response. This has wide application in the area of medicines and treatment. This Professor Clark product is a great relief for all of us. This article depicts its definition, merits, applications and utilization. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Ultrafiltration in Vaccine Industry    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    The downstream processes in large-scale industries for producing biotechnological products have been using diafiltration/ultrafiltration processes since the 1970s; conventional centrifugation, lyophilization, and precipitation were replaced or supplemented with industrial ultrafiltration membranes. separation techniques, such as evaporation, membrane dialysis. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Jatropha - Control Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Reduce the Oil Import    By: Geetanjali Murari

    Information about Jatropha plant for production of Biodiesel. Biodiesel has become a necessity in today's life where we are left with limited resources of energy and fuel. In this condition, Jatropha is a boon for all of us. The plant can grow on barren land and result in great deal of energy which can be utilized for electricity and transportation. This article depicts the research in the field of bio-diesel. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Biotech Applications in Livestock and Medicine    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    The rare blend of biotechnology and genetic engineering has given rise to many products among which genetically modified (GM) foods have gained a concrete foothold in the food market today. The demand for dairy and meat products has reached immeasurable heights. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Cloning Vector For Plant Genes    By: Geetanjali Murari

    Transgenic plants can be useful in agricultural and industrial development. The gene of interest was introduced into the plant cells to genetically modify the properties of the plants. The achievements of Recombinant DNA Technology has benefited us in many ways in fulfilling all our requirements. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Chromatography - Purification Techniques of Different Biomolecules    By: Geetanjali Murari

    This article depicts the technique of chromatography and its various types. The separation and analysis of proteins, nucleotides and other macromolecules require a stable methodology which is the basic principle of chromatography. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Evolutionary Principles and Neutral Mutation    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    Modifications done to intermediate metabolism with use of recombinant DNA techniques is metabolic engineering. Related terminologies include molecular evolution, metagenomics, and proteomics. Genetic material cloning from microorganisms, which cannot be lab-grown, to identify new forms of genes is metagenomics. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Enzyme Applications in Vitro, Vivo, Industries and Systems Biology    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    Enzymes are amino acid polymers which have vast applications in Vitro, Vivo, Industries and Systems Biology. Their structures derive their definition from the genetic code stored in the DNA that determines the amino acid sequence of a protein, which defines the primary structure of the protein. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Lactose Biosynthesis | 4 and 5-Decanolide    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    Biotechnology has lent its helping hand in producing natural-flavor materials that are obtained as pure or complex mixtures of individual flavor compounds. Examples of puremixtures include esters, alcohols, lactones, acids, ketones, and aldehydes. Biotechnological methods are used in the production of lactones, which play an important role in the flavor industry. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Aerobic Bioreactors Techniques: Tools, Pathways, and Application    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    Aerobic reactors play a major role in the emerging industrial trends of biotechnology. These reactors provide numerous benefits in the form of valuable products that range from peptides to proteins, to organic acids and antibiotics. Aerobic reactors details on how cells use oxygen to generate products that have industrial significance. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Technologies Involved in Drug Development    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    Herbal medicines have played a major role in drug development, disease prevention and cure. The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that nearly 80 percent of the world population, predominantly from the developing nations, consumes herbal medicines to meet their primary healthcare requirements. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Seed Storage Proteins    By: Dr. Suresh Kaushik

    A major part of the human diet all over the world consists of cereals and legumes. Seed storage proteins are important for human nutrition but generally incomplete in nutrition due to their deficiency in several essential amino acids, for example, lysine and tryptophan in cereals and methionine and cysteine in legumes. Modern biotechnology offers alternative approaches for rectifying this nutrition deficiency. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • The Therapeutics of Biopharmaceutical Substances    By: Gayathri Raghavan

    The last decade could be rightly called as the 'Age of Biopharmaceuticals' because of the impact biomedical research has had on the molecular mechanisms. Biomedical research started way back in the 1950s when scientists pointed out host of proteins, with therapeutic applications, that were produced in the body naturally. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Plant Hypersensitive Response - Systemic Acquired Resistance (SAR)    By: sippy ISSAC

    Synthetic chemical fungicides have long served as agents for reducing the incidence of plant disease; however they are costly, cause environmental pollution and pathogens develop quick resistance >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Understanding Nanotechnology | Nanotech Strategies For Clean Water    By: Rani Jarkas

    The way forward for the twenty-first century and the refinement of surface water, ground water and wastewater: Nanotechnology know-how for the layman. New paradigms really are diminishing our world right now to simply open up the doors completely to another world tomorrow. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Making Cheese Using Genetic Engineering    By: Smyl Smyl

    How is milk converted into cheese? Rennin is an important enzyme used in cheese making. Earlier it used to be extracted from calf stomach now it is possible to manufacture through genetic engineering. Clifton Paul Fadiman states Cheese-milk, leap towards immortality, the art of cheese making utilizes the labor of millions of microorganisms. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Production of Insulin in Body - Artificial Synthesis    By: Syed Amir Manzoor

    The article focuses on the development and uses of insulin as a biotechnological product. Insulin is very affective for the treatment of diabetes type 1 in which body fails to produce its own required insulin. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Transgenic Animals - A Promising Biotechnological Product    By: Syed Amir Manzoor

    The article focuses on the development and uses of transgenic animals and the future concerns associated with them. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Biotechnology Foods, Evolution and Future Prospects    By: Syed Amir Manzoor

    The article focuses on the development of biotechnological foods and the future concerns associated with these foods. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Hazards of Genetically Modified Crops, a Myth or Reality?    By: Syed Amir Manzoor

    The article focuses on the perception about the hazards of genetically modified crops and logically analyses the issue. Genetically modified crops and organisms suddenly appeared on the big screen in the end of 20th century. They were largely viewed in the 2/3rd of all the US processed foods. In just a couple of years, as much as 1/4th of all American agricultural lands about 70-80 million acres were dedicated to raise genetically modified crops. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Immobilized Enzyme and its Applications    By: Shalini Balan

    An immobilized enzyme is one which has been attached to or enclosed by an insoluble support medium termed as carrier or one where the enzyme molecules have been cross linked to each other, without loss of catalytic activity. The immobilized enzyme system chosen for a given application should fit the requirements in terms of stability, activity, PH optimum and other characteristics. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Xanthan Gum - Bioindustrial Viewpoint and Applications    By: paridhi singhal

    XANTHAN GUM, is one of the most widely used industrial polysaccharides, since it exhibits three desirable properties: high viscosity at low concentration, pseudoplasticity and insensitivity to a wide range of temperature, pH and electrolyte variations. Because of these special rheological properties, it is used in food,cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, paper, paint, textiles, adhesives and oil industry. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Antibiotics Vs Probiotics    By: anisha kathpalia

    The various diseases caused by different pathogens are generally treated with the help of antibiotics which are sometimes accompanied by a number of side effects.So a new class of biotechnology products known as PROBIOTICS came.They are the live microbe or friendly bacteria ,as they improve the intestinal balance of the host & can be used with conventional medicine with least side effects. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Single Cell Protein - A Nutritive Food and Feed    By: Aritri Ghosh

    Single cell protein is microrganism derived protein compounds which is nutritive supplement for food and feed. It is a rich source of protein. Advantages and limitations of Single Cell Protein production. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Biodegradable Plastics Production and Applications    By: Aritri Ghosh

    Biodegradable plastics are chemical compounds produced by plants which can be used as an alternative to plastics. they are environment friendly and biocompatible. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Monoclonal Antibodies - Mechanism, Applications and Challenges    By: Pournami Gouthaman

    The production of monoclonal antibodies was indeed a breakthrough in the world of biotechnology and medical science. The applications and uses of monoclonal antibodies spread through a wide range and in spite of the obstacles and challenges faced, researches and detailed studies are being carried out to solve these and transform this into a technology extremely useful for mankind. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Benefits of Probiotics    By: Kanya Sasi

    What are probiotics and thier health benefits. Probiotics are generally fermented foods like yoghurt and dairy products fortified with active live cultures of beneficial microorganisms. Generally Lactic Acid Bacteria(LAB) and Bifidobacteria are popular probiotic cultures. However some yeasts and bacilli are also used. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Monoclonal Antibodies and Their Production    By: Pournami Gouthaman

    Monoclonal antibodies are antibodies produced by a single clone of hybrid cells which is formed by the fusion of an antibody producing spleen cell and a myeloma cell, selected and cultured using special technique. Due to its specific nature, monoclonal antibodies are considered to be the best choice for targeted therapy and are also used for research and in vivo as such. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Usefulness of Bioemulsifiers and Biosurfactants For Environmental and Medical Applications    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    Properties of bioemulsifiers (BE) and biosurfactants (BF) that makes them suitable for their environmental and medical applications have been discussed in the present article. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Cold Active Proteins in Food and Pharmaceutical Industry    By: Shekhar C Bisht

    The efficiency appears to be related to the high activity of the psychrophilic enzymes and their application in food and in baking trials have revealed that the psychrophilic xylanase was very effective in improving the dough properties and final bread quality with, for instance, a positive effect on loaf volume and a Antarticine is effective for scar treatments and re-epithelialization of wounds. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Biogas: Its Applications and Advantages    By: Muniba Safdar

    What is biogas and what are its applications and advantages? Biogas is basically a type of biofuel and is originated from biogenic material. For example, if we want to generate electricity from any waste material methane gas and carbon dioxide is used which is produced by the fermentation or anaerobic digestion of biodegradable material. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Microbial Production of Vitamin B12    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    Vitamin B12 is produced by microoorgamisms. There is no synthetic method known for the commercial production of this essential growth factor. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Biomarker: An Indicator of a Biological State and its Applications    By: Muniba Safdar

    What is a biomarker? Introduction and its role in different fields. Used as an indicator that can be used to distinguish between an individual and population. It indicates a biological state or may indicate a presence of disease. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Microbial Surfactants - Applications and Production    By: Sonali Bhawsar

    Biosurfactants and bioemulsifiers are microbially produced metabolites. They have potential applications in industry, agriculture, environment and medicine. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • How Biotechnology Impacts the Production of Beer    By: Padma Kumar

    Traditionally beer making involves enzymatic processes. Advances in biotechnology have greatly fine tuned this process over the years. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Biological Warfare and the Threat of Bioterrorism    By: Zandro Cabaral

    This article is about Biological warfare and Bioterrorism. the history of the use of each agent and the countries involved was based on facts and also mere hear-says. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • DNA Vaccine: A Promise For Cure    By: Richa Choudhary

    DNA vaccine encoding antigenic protein is injected into muscles of recipient which is followed by the uptake of DNA by muscles cells. Plasmid DNA expresses the antigenic protein leading to both humoral antibody response and a cell mediated response. >> Category: Biotechnology products
  • Biochip: Recognizes Thousands of Genes at a Time    By: Muniba Safdar

    What is Biochip and their history? Biochip is a microchip that uses tiny strands of DNA and recognize thousands of genes at a time. Biochips were first introduced by Affymetrix. Biochips have been started with the sensor technology and have a long story. In 1990, biochips were developed on a large scale with the advances of biochemistry and semiconductor fields. >> Category: Biotechnology products


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