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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Industry executives have long believed that material produced through recombinant technology will result in higher quality, more adaptable and more consistent biomaterials than that produced from bovine-derived matrix.
The federal government funding for stem cell research is favoring the cell characterization assays kits manufacturers for introduction of advanced kits employing latest recombinant technology. Application of Monoclonal antibody (MaB) therapeutics section is thriving and standout amongst the most dynamic and promising pipelines in the biopharmaceutical market.
Baxter licenses the HYLENEX recombinant technology from Halozyme, which discovered and completed development work to secure FDA approval.
This is now required for a recombinant technology used to develop transgenic animals, such as goats that produce recombinant antithrombin.
"Recombinant technology links the West Nile virus vaccine and the influenza vaccine," says Carol Polacek, Brand Strategist for Bader Rutter.
Some general topics covered include thromboembolic disorders in China and Asia, and recombinant technology in thrombohemostatic disorders.
Recombinant technology involves the insertion of a gene or genes for making a therapeutic protein into an organism, such as a bacterium or virus.
They consider whether attempts to improve crops through recombinant technology that cultivates transgenic crops in monoculture dangerously increases the creation of undetected, potentially feral volunteers.
The vaccine combines the potential safety benefits of a product made through modern recombinant technology with efficacy demonstrated in animal models.
Stressgen capitalizes upon the immunostimulatory powers of heat shock proteins utilizing recombinant technology to fuse, or covalently link, a heat shock protein with a protein antigen to create a hybrid protein that could trigger immune responses to the antigen.

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