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Biotechnology

The use of living things, such as one-cell organisms, in technological innovations. Biotechnology has particular applications in medicine, agriculture, engineering, and similar fields. Biotech organizations may make and market their own products, or they may be departments within another company, such as a pharmaceutical corporation.
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The slight increase in this intensity for the biotechnologically produced graphene indicates a smaller number of graphene layers.
Nevertheless, differences between periphery and central countries will increase unless the less biotechnologically developed regions make economic, social and educative efforts.
According to the PU spokesman, Mohammad Mumtaz S/o Sultan Ali got degree in the subject of Kashmiryat after approval of his thesis entitled "The Status of Human Rights in Kashmir: An International Law Perspective", Sana Khurshid D/o Khurshid Ahmed in the subject of Biological Sciences after approval of her thesis entitled "Protein Antigens from Mycobacterium Tuberculosis: Recombinant Expression and Characterization", Rabia Tanvir d/o Tanvir Ahmed in the subject of Microbiology & Molecular Genetics after approval of her thesis entitled "Endophytic Actinomycetes: Isolation, Identification and In Vitro Screening for Biotechnologically Significant Compounds".
Similarly, IE research in paediatric intensive care units identified the often extraordinary distress that the nurses experienced as they endeavoured to make sense of their lived experiences of caring for extremely sick, and often dying children, while their work was being controlled by biotechnologically driven institutional processes (McGibbon & Peter, 2008; McGibbon et al., 2010).
At the heart of the novel stands the dichotomy between the lure of a biotechnologically modified life form that approximates perfection, and a natural development of living beings.
MoBiTec GmbH is the only commercial source of gene expression systems for the biotechnologically relevant protein production host Bacillus megaterium.
Biotechnology has grown substantially and found applications in many complex processes such as manufacturing of vaccines that can effectively treat many previously untreatable medical conditions, for the production of biotechnologically cured seeds that substantially improve yields of crops across the world, for the sequencing of chromosomes to closely study DNA and understand their relation with many diseases in living beings, and many more.
The result is a biotechnologically literate citizen who models the three dimensions of technological literacy (Pearson & Young, 2002) by being knowledgeable on aspects of multiple fields of technology, able to think critically to design and conduct experiments, and who can demonstrate the capabilities of carrying out research to solve design challenges.
Biopharmaceuticals (biotechnologically produced proteins, nucleic acids, antibodies and attenuated viruses and bacteria)
In this communication, we report preliminary data and principal thermodynamic analysis on the stabilizing impact of biotechnologically important concentrations of a protic ionic salt, choline dihydrogen phosphate, [ch][dhp], on the thermal stability of model protein, [alpha]-CT.
Endophytic bacteria such as Paenibacillus produce biotechnologically important enzymes.
Shao, "Understanding water deficit stressinduced changes in the basic metabolism of higher plants biotechnologically and sustainably improving agriculture and the ecoenvironment in arid regions of the globe," Critical Reviews in Biotechnology, vol.

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