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Track 6: Pharmaceutical Biotechnology


Pharmaceutical biotechnology is the union of two disciplines, namely "PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE" and "BIOTECHNOLOGY."


The branch of science that deals with the formulation, compounding, and distribution of pharmaceuticals.

BIOTECHNOLOGY: The application of biological systems, live creatures, or their derivatives for the purpose of creating or changing products or processes.

Biotechnology is the study of instruments made from living organisms (Bios). Karl Ereky (Father of Biotechnology), a Hungarian agricultural engineer, used the term "biotechnology" in 1917 to describe methods involving the use of live organisms to create a product or conduct a process, such as industrial fermentations.

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When people began to cultivate their own crops, domesticate animals, ferment juice into wine, create cheese, and leaven bread, biotechnology was born.

The science that encompasses all technologies required for the creation, manufacturing, and registration of biological pharmaceuticals. The objective of this pharmaceutical biotechnology is to create and manufacture medications that are tailored to the genetic makeup of each individual, thereby maximising the therapeutic effect. By creating genetically engineered organisms that can be employed in industrial production, biotechnology plays a vital role in pharmaceutical science, particularly in the pharmaceutical industries.

Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology: Combination Benefits

When pharmaceuticals and biotechnology are combined, there are several healthcare benefits for humanity. This is made feasible by pharmacogenomics, which is the study of how genetic inheritance influences the reaction of the human body to medications. Biopharmaceutical medications strive to design and manufacture drugs that are tailored to the genetic makeup of each individual. Thus, pharmaceutical biotechnology businesses are able to manufacture customised medications with optimal therapeutic efficacy. As a result of the physician's knowledge of the patient's genetics and how the body processes and metabolises a drug, biotechnology drugs can be administered in the correct dosage. A further advantage of pharmaceutical biotechnology is improved vaccinations. Genetically engineered organisms are utilised by biotechnology businesses to research and manufacture safer vaccinations. These biotechnology-based vaccines reduce the risk of infection.


Products of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

Antibodies, proteins, and recombinant DNA products are common pharmaceutical biotechnology products manufactured by biotech pharmaceutical businesses.

Antibodies - Antibodies are proteins produced by white blood cells and utilised by the immune system to recognise and combat bacteria, viruses, and other foreign things. Monoclonal antibodies are one of the most intriguing advances in biotechnology pharmaceuticals in recent years.

Proteins - Proteins consisting of amino acids are big, complex molecules that perform the majority of cellular labour and are essential for the construction, function, and control of the body's tissues and organs. Protein biotechnology is emerging as one of the future's most important technologies for understanding the onset of numerous diseases, such as cancer or amyloid formation, in order to improve therapeutic intervention.

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Recombinant DNA Products Among the Recombinant DNA Products are the following:

Recombinant DNA Vaccines

Recombinant DNA Drugs

Recombinant DNA Enzymes

Recombinant DNA Growth Hormone

Recombinant DNA Insulin

Recombinant DNA Proteins

Recombinant DNA Yeast