Biotechnology for Biomedical Engineers – Martin L. Yarmush – 1st Edition


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With the advent of recombinant DNA technology, monoclonal antibody technology, and new for studying and handling and tissues, the field of biotechnology has undergone a tremendous resurgence in a wide range of applications pertinent to industry, medicine, and in general.

A volume in the Principles and Applications in series, Biotechnology for Biomedical covers the topics in biotechnology of interest to the practicing biomedical . Topics include protein engineering, monoclonal antibody production, applications of nucleic acid , antisense technology, applied virology, cell and function, and more.

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  • I Physiologic Systems
    1 An Outline of Cardiovascular Structure and Function
    2 Endocrine System
    3 Nervous System
    4 Vision System
    5 Auditory System
    6 The Gastrointestinal System
    7 Respiratory System

    II Biotechnology
    8 Protein Engineering
    9 Monoclonal Antibodies and Their Engineered Fragments Srikanth Sundaram and David M.Yarmush
    10 Antisense Technology
    11 Tools for Genome
    12 Vaccine Production
    13 Gene Therapy
    14 Cell Engineering
    15 Metabolic Engineering

  • Citation
    • Full Title: Biotechnology for Biomedical Engineers
    • Author/s:
    • ISBN-13: 9780849318115
    • Edition: 1st Edition
    • Publication date: 2003
    • Topic: Medicine
    • Subtopic: General Medicine
    • File Type: eBook
    • Idioma: English

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