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What are therapeutic recombinant proteins?

What are therapeutic recombinant proteins?

Therapeutic recombinant proteins provide important therapies for a variety of diseases, such as diabetes, cancer, infectious diseases, hemophilia, and anemia. Common therapeutic proteins include antibodies, FC fusion proteins, hormones, interleukins, enzymes, and anticoagulants. Currently, most of all therapeutic recombinant proteins

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What are the recombinant proteins used for?

Recombinant proteins have wide applications in medicine, research, biotechnology and agriculture.  The biologics industry typically uses recombinant proteins as therapeutics, vaccines and diagnostics.

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How are recombinant proteins produced?

Protein production is the biotechnological process of generating a specific protein through expression via a living host cell. It is typically achieved by the manipulation of gene expression in an organism such that it expresses large amounts of a recombinant

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What is recombinant DNA?

Recombinant DNA is a genetically-engineered DNA molecule formed by splicing fragments of DNA and then introduced into the recipient (host) cell.

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What are recombinant proteins?

Recombinant proteins are encoded by a gene — recombinant DNA — that has been cloned into a system that supports expression of the gene and subsequently the protein of interest which is typically the target molecule.

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