With the availability of tailored recombinant proteins and the opportunity to produce high amounts of monoclonal antibodies new diagnostic applications have emerged and many therapeutic perspectives eg in the treatment of multiple sclerosis and of cancer are being discussed today. Get this from a library biotechnology vol 5a recombinant proteins monoclonal antibodies and therapeutic genes hans jurgen rehm gerald reed a mountain u ney d schomburg. Recombinant dna is a form of dna constructed in the laboratory it is generated by transferring selected pieces of dna from one organism to another the vial shown in the photograph contains human insulin one of the first therapeutic proteins that was genetically cloned the drug is used to treat diabetes credit wellcome library london. Among the classical products from cells one can find viral vaccines monoclonal antibodies and interferons as well as recombinant therapeutic proteins gene therapy opens up challenging new areas in this review a definitions of these processes are given and fields of application and products as well as the future prospects are discussed. Recombinant proteins monoclonal antibodies therapeutic genes volume 5a edition by a mountain in the field of medicinal biotechnology three major developments have caused a revolution in research that has a lot of innovative effects on clinical medicine and future applications on humans with the availability of tailored recombinant
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