recombinant technology


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recombinant technology

[ri¦käm·bə·nənt tek′näl·ə·jē]
(genetics)
In genetic engineering, laboratory techniques used to join deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) from different sources to produce novel DNA. Also known as gene splicing.
In genetic engineering, laboratory techniques used to join ribonucleic acid (RNA) from different sources to produce novel RNA.
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VIII produced second-generation or more advanced technology in the fifth recombinant technology.
Contract notice: Produced by recombinant technology for the treatment of a sale and purchase agreement with congenital haemophilia 1st generation viii.
These new genes could potentially be utilized in our dual recombinant technology which will incorporate different angiogenic genes into unique combinations that may be used to optimize the treatment of particular cardiovascular diseases and patient populations.
Contract notice: Produced by recombinant technology, for the sale and purchase agreement for the treatment of congenital haemophilia 1st generation viii.
Manon Cox, Protein Sciences' vice president, corporate development, commented, "We now have a broad relationship with Pasteur Merieux Connaught with four agreements that encompass three different approaches to bringing recombinant technology to influenza vaccines and an umbrella agreement that simplifies the process of initiating projects to develop new subunit vaccines for other diseases.
Part 1 A third-generation VIII produced by recombinant technology.
Eposis (EPO), a haematopoietic agent produced by genetic recombinant technology, is effective in treating the anemia of patients with chronic renal failure and has been exported to Turkey, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Syria, etc.

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